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    pool winter cover pump

    Hi, i usually just use a hose to syphon water off my winter cover because i get alot of leaves that blow in and the water just gets all brown and yucky.Also i have a problem with water getting syphoned out of the pool.It is like it sucks right through the cover.I was thinking of buying an electric pump to syphon the water.Does anyone know if they work and if it will syphon out of the pool? Thanks
    - Brandon.
    27,300 gallon in-ground Gunite pool
    1.95hp AC Smith pump
    150 gpm Hayward cartridge filter
    3 Volkswagens and a 73 Plymouth.

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    Exeter, PA

    Re: pool winter cover pump

    I like rule, they have a good customer support program. ... cover+pump
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    May 2012
    Huntington, IN

    Re: pool winter cover pump

    +1 for the Rule pump. I've had one for over a couple years now, and been very happy with it. works well for draining water off winter cover. Just my 2 cents. I think I found it on eBay for ~$100.
    1970's kidney shaped pool. 23,000 gallons with concrete bottom and fiberglass walls, both painted in 2012 with epoxy paint. Single speed "energy efficient" 1 hp hayward super pump and hayward S-200 sand filter. Main drain leaks, and is thus disconnected. 16 mil ultraclear solar cover. Located in Northern Indiana. TF-100 Test Kit

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    Re: pool winter cover pump

    They work great, I have a extra, new in the box for 75.00 Shipped.
    Asahi (used) 27' 52", 18,000 gal, Cartridge filter, Above Ground, 1 1/2hp pump, New install 8-1-12

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