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    Newbie need to sweep help recommend

    Hello all and thank you in advance for answering. I currently bought anew house and it came with a hummer like cleaner that just does not keep the pool clean nor does it go up the walls. I am constantly brushing and cleaning the pool. I do have large redwood trees surrounding the pool and those don't seem too bad it is the dirt that drive my family crazy. I have dedicated pump now

    So what do I buy help!!!!!
    Angie M.

    AG, 26' x 52" Intex Ultra Frame, vinyl, 14667 gal. And LOVING it!!!
    Hayward S15922S 1HP, 2SP pump and Hayward S220T Sand Filter
    Liquid chlorine since my Intex SWG died. Thinking of adding a HASA Liquidator
    widemouth skimmer
    Set up in May 2012!
    N.E. Florida
    TF100 - Best investment EVER! (Well, for the pool anyway)

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    Re: Newbie need to sweep help recommend

    Tell us what pool you have and the model of the cleaner and we'll be able to give you better advice.
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    Re: Newbie need to sweep help recommend

    I have about 28k Gallon pool In ground with pebbeltech Finish. I dont know about the sweeper other than it looks like a hummer.

    Thanks any help would be very much appreciated
    Angie M.

    AG, 26' x 52" Intex Ultra Frame, vinyl, 14667 gal. And LOVING it!!!
    Hayward S15922S 1HP, 2SP pump and Hayward S220T Sand Filter
    Liquid chlorine since my Intex SWG died. Thinking of adding a HASA Liquidator
    widemouth skimmer
    Set up in May 2012!
    N.E. Florida
    TF100 - Best investment EVER! (Well, for the pool anyway)

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    Re: Newbie need to sweep help recommend

    Cleaners can and do wear out and require parts to b e replaced from time to time to stay working. If you were to maybe post a picture of your cleaner, we could ID it and give you some suggestions based upon this.

    For what it is worth, pool cleaners are rarely perfect. Many are very sensitive to water flow, whether flow is too strong or too weak. Among the best cleaners out there are the robots. They do get fairly expensive though when compared to the suction side and pressure side cleaners that are out there.

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