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    Poolmiser autofill cracked at water inlet

    I have a poolmiser autofill that has a crack going through the part of the inlet recess where the fill valve beveled o-ring seats. It leaks at all times coming up around the inner cylinder of the unit. The unit is concreted in. I have tried a silicone to seal the crack and threads of the float device. Still leaks... Is there any realistic way to replace the unit without breaking the concrete apart?

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    Mark
    55000 Gallon freeform plaster. Paramount pv3 infloor. TR-140C. 2ea VS-3500. 2ea IC40 cells. 2ea 1.5hp Whisperflo pumps. Intellibrite 5g lighting. 144 square foot SR Smith Wet Deck. xAP and PLC pool control and automation with homeseer PRO. TF-100 test kit. Built in 2010.

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    Re: Poolmiser autofill cracked at water inlet

    Well, I got my hands on a boroscope. Found that there is another crack going down the manufacture seam of the 90 deg elbow. So, I'm hosed. The manufacture is sending me a new unit. I think it will make a nice lawn ornament, next to a gnome. It doesn't seem that I could replace it without at least going under the concrete decking. Anyone have any links to a diy ttl output water level sensor?

    Thanks,

    Mark
    55000 Gallon freeform plaster. Paramount pv3 infloor. TR-140C. 2ea VS-3500. 2ea IC40 cells. 2ea 1.5hp Whisperflo pumps. Intellibrite 5g lighting. 144 square foot SR Smith Wet Deck. xAP and PLC pool control and automation with homeseer PRO. TF-100 test kit. Built in 2010.

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