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Thread: So.. I have an AMERICAN COMMANDER Filter and I need...

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    So.. I have an AMERICAN COMMANDER Filter and I need...

    I either need a Air BLeeder assembly, which I find OBSOLETE everywhere..
    or a BYPASS PLUG for it... Can I just plug it something else?
    I cant find any parts anywhere online...

    Its the 25sqft filter

    anyone have any suggestions?
    16x48 intex ultraframe. 5300 +or-
    cheapo intex filter for now.
    Taylor k2006.
    Working on the partial wrap around deck
    NEED to add a skimmer!

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    Re: So.. I have an AMERICAN COMMANDER Filter and I need...

    You should be able to plug it off. If you do that, I'd make it a habit to open the air bleed valve once in a while. The air bleeder is to keep air from building up in the filter, so you need to manually do that if you plug it off.
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