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    rdkll's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    Huntsville, AL

    Pool and Spa Warehouse

    Well I just pulled the trigger and got an Aquabot Turbo T from Paul. I should be getting it in a few days. In fact, I am probably wait to turn my green pool sparkly until I can get after it with the robot. Actually I will probably get started and hopefully most everything in the pool will be dead and the 'bot can sweep it up.

    Paul is first class and we are fortunate to have Pool and Spa warehous onboard as a sponsor.

    1) The size of your pool in gallons = 33,500 16x32x40 L
    2) The type filter you have = 300lb Sand
    3) IG
    4) If it's IG, vinyl liner
    5) pump is 1.5hp

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    polyvue's Avatar
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    Aug 2009
    Sacramento, California USA

    Re: Pool and Spa Warehouse

    Quote Originally Posted by rdkll
    Well I just pulled the trigger and got an Aquabot Turbo T
    What's the news on the Turbo T? The reviews I've read previously indicated that it tended to get tangled up on its own power supply cord. Have you found this to be the case? Thanks.
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