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    Identify my return jet connector

    OK hopefully this is an easy one. My main return jet appears to have an outer housing that has threads, and then a 2" diameter inlet fitting that screws into it. My question is, how can I attach a hose for a fountain to this? This arrangement doesn't seem to match the standard fountain hose connectors. Would I just unscrew that inlet fitting and screw another fitting in its place? I've never attempted to unscrew it and am a bit skittish. That inlet fitting has a couple of ears inside of it, possibly to allow you to snap some sort of hose connector into it? The pool is about 15 years old.

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    Re: Identify my return jet connector

    OK I think this may be it (a Polaris UWF Universal Wall Fitting Connector). I know the original owner of the pool had a Polaris which he took with him.

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    So I guess I can just unscrew that and screw in a fitting better suited for connecting fountains?

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    Re: Identify my return jet connector

    OK so I unscrewed the dagum thing lol. So this is just a Polaris UWF screwed into a standard 1 1/2" return fitting. I've got it from here.

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