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Thread: Installing a new pool pump

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    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Pensacola FL

    Installing a new pool pump

    Our power company just began offering a $600 rebate for variable speed pool pumps. I can get a intelliflo vs-3050 online for around $850. Installed form local pool stores would be around 1200-1300. How hard would it be to put it in myself? I've never done anything quite like that before.
    14.5 K inground vinyl
    1hp pump
    sand filter
    Taylor K-2006
    Aquarite SWG
    P'cola FL

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    Join Date
    May 2009
    Youngsville NC

    Re: Installing a new pool pump

    If you're comfortable with electricity (240V) and basic PVC plumbing - it's not too hard.
    16x32 IG 19,000 gallons, Pentair 1.5 hp Energy Efficient Superflo pump (348024),vinyl liner, Chlorine dispenser, Hayward S-244T sand filter

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    Jul 2011
    san jose, ca.

    Re: Installing a new pool pump

    Lots of videos on YouTube...
    20k gal. 36' In ground Med. Blue plaster, two-speed EcoPump EP6, Pentair 3.14 sq. Ft. Sand w/zeosand, Spectralight SL 500, RayPak 2100 heater, Polaris 360,GE Timer 15087, Borates 80 ppm.

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