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Thread: Low suction vacuum

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    Join Date
    Jul 2016
    Highland, Mi

    Low suction vacuum

    Hi all! New to site and new to pool ownership. I have chemicals all set and water is very clear. Only problem is that now you can see the crud at the bottom from when the chemicals were not in check and some algae had grown. It will not suck up with such a low powered suction. Any suggestions on amping up the suction. By the way, I've scrubbed the sides and bottom numerous times...

    Thank you.

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    May 2014
    Western Chicago Area, IL

    Re: Low suction vacuum

    Welcome to the site! In order to help, you will have to fill out your signature with your pool's details. Only then can someone help recommend a solution.

    If your on a computer, your signature can be found under "My Settings" on the top right of your screen then click "Edit Signature" on the left side. I am unsure if you are on a phone.
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