First time post, but I'm sure many more are to come.
We recently had some trouble with algae and have really needed the help of our automatic pool cleaner to pick up the mess. We've done everything that our near by Pinch-a-Penny has told us to do and our pool is now starting to look a little better, but we keep noticing one problem. Our pool cleaner likes the deep end too much and won't stay in the shallow area. We keep having to pool its hose over to the shallow end. Our pool goes from about 3.5 ft to 9 ft causing a gradual, yet steep decline. The pool cleaner connection is in the shallow end it seems almost to avoid being tangled up it just keeps the line extended into the deep end. Every time I pool the pool cleaner into the shallow end it does a few turns in that area and then runs right back over to the deep end and continues to run circles in the deep end.
I truly have no idea why my automatic pool cleaner likes the deep end so much, but I need some tips on getting it into the shallow end. I pretty much have to walk outside and pull it over to the shallow end every time I want it to clean in that area. Any tips?