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    Barbara C's Avatar
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    Eyeball positioning

    So this is probably a no brainer but I need to ask any way. I have one return outlet in our 24" round pool. Is there a best way to have it positioned? I needed to move it and I'm not sure if I can get it back to exactly where it had been placed. Debris would round up in the middle making it easy to clean up but I don't know if that's best for water circulation.

    Thanks for any insight.
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    Re: Eyeball positioning

    Most on here recommend to have it pointed away from the skimmer and down at an angle. I put mine between horizontal and vertical, opposite the skimmer. Does that make sense? I can't think of a better way to explain right now, so I hope this helps!
    John

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    Re: Eyeball positioning

    Sounds good. I'm assuming you mean pointing down below the horizontal line?? I'm probably way over thinking this!
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    Re: Eyeball positioning

    Yep, down below. You're not the only one over thinking it! I'm racking my brain trying to find a better way to explain it!
    John

    24' round Vogue AGP 12,000 gal. Flotec AT251001-01 1HP pump, Hayward S310T2 sand filter, Aquarite SWG T-15
    TF-100 (found at TF Test Kits) with Speedstir and Samplesizer

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    Re: Eyeball positioning

    It's all good. I just wanted to make sure things are at their optimum. You can stop racking the brain. Sounds like that might hurt!
    24' AG Vinyl
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    1hp Hayward pump
    Sand filter
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