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    Cell Storage (or not)

    I have the option of either storing my cell out of my circuit and keeping it dry over the winter. What's the best solution?
    Another question: Thinking about just removing my cartridge filter from the system also. As I keep the pool pump on-line with a pumpguard timer, seems like a simple thing to do and get full flow when the pump does come on.
    Any thoughts??
    16,000 IG, SWG, 175 sq. ft. cartridge, 1.5 hp pump, vinyl, Charlotte NC
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    Mod Squad Bama Rambler's Avatar
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    Re: Cell Storage (or not)

    There are people that do that, an I'm sure it's not a bad idea depending on where you live. I'm not sure it's absolutely necessary in Charlotte but it won't hurt anything.
    Dave J. TFP Moderator
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    Re: Cell Storage (or not)

    We remove our cell and store it in the basement over the winter. We put a couple of those expandable rubber winter plugs in the pipes where the cell was removed.
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