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    Changing filters

    We currently have a Hayward Pro Series S-210T filter.

    It is at least 10 years old (had it since we bought the house).

    Our multiport valve is leaking and needs to be replaced.

    We did have a bit of luck and we inherited a nearly new Hayward Pro S-224T filter including a multi port valve.

    Should I replace the filter as well, since I have one anyway.

    Also, is there any issue with moving to a slightly bigger filter?

    Do I have to worry about my motor or anything else?

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    Re: Changing filters

    I'd go with the bigger filter. The bigger filter will be slightly easier on the motor, so it's not an issue.
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