Hot & Sticky tonight here in South Ms, after threatening to fill it (the pool) with dirt or make a fishing pond out of it, and be done with it, I decided to surf the web and find some assistance to a constant low flow issue with our DIG-220 SWG, I posted in the SWG forum have a look if you have any suggestions it would be most appreciated.
Anyway bought the house in 94, came with the pool that was installed in 86, been love/hate ever since, 4 liners across the years, last one was only 1 yr old until hurricane Katrina visited us and trashed the pool and all accessories.
I shifted to the SWG in 2007, & up until last 6 mos it has been a good thing. I've been working away out of town last 6 mos. and just got back, of course every thing broke while I was away the wife has been managing with tried & true chlorine pucks $$$. I have been catching up on the "honey-dos" and am back into pool-guy mode .
Looks like ya'll have a good site here I'll be passing along to my Diesel buddies @ http://www.thetruckstop.us if any of ya'll need help with your Diesel vehicle or vehicles in general, we have a pretty broad spectrum of experience there stop on in for a visit I'm TD there also; been dabbling off/on since 2000 with Diesel machinery of all types including running a large railroad repair shop servicing GE Diesel locomotives 2008-2010 in Ga.
Before that & now back in the field service game, I have 28 years in all facets of turbine repair & operation, mostly with modified aircraft small & medium jets modified for power generation, gas compression, oil pumpers, & ship propulsion, now I'm in steam & large gas turbines that make large power for the grid.