Fixed one problem but another emerges.
PSI on filter is just too high (32 psi). 25000 gal in-ground multi level pool with
elevated spa and in-floor Paramount system. 3 hp pump.
Had a problem with pump which has been "corrected"...don't know what caused it.
Filter pressure had fallen to 0. Drain plugs replaced [actually just tightened?];
cartridges cleaned; even removed pop-ups and cleaned (ugh)...but the pressure on the filter PSI gauge is too high, and, the pressure on the pop-ups is between 10-15 max, not the
20 it should be.
I had the gauges tested, they are ok.
I though I might remove the cartridges and run the system to see if the filter cartridges
were causing a problem that I couldn't see.
I ran the system for what seemed like 45-60 seconds and the PSI jumped from
25-32 up and down back and forth. I am still not convinced the system won't
explode in my face. Should I have let it continue to "stablize" the pressure?
Or am I barking up the wrong tree.
Thank you, again.