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    hello from walnut creek

    Just wanted to say hello. I am planning upgrades in the near future to hopefully lower my cost of ownership, and also gain convenience and functionality.

    My initial move is to replace my single speed 1.5hp pump with a vs 3050.
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    32,000 gallons, gunite, 4 jet spa, 1.5 hp hayward pump, 60 sqft DE filter, polaris 280, 3/4 hp booster,
    TL 300,000 gas heater, 2" return, 2" suction (reduced to 1.5" supply/exit of heater)

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    Re: hello from walnut creek

    Welcome....you have came to the right place.
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    Re: hello from walnut creek

    Thanks!

    My initial calculation shows me at around $500 per year in electrical savings. $1000.00 for the pump is a no brainer. I plan to post in the pump central forum!
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    32,000 gallons, gunite, 4 jet spa, 1.5 hp hayward pump, 60 sqft DE filter, polaris 280, 3/4 hp booster,
    TL 300,000 gas heater, 2" return, 2" suction (reduced to 1.5" supply/exit of heater)

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    Re: hello from walnut creek

    Welcome to TFP!

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    Re: hello from walnut creek

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