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    Pressure Switch??

    So I by-passed he pressure switch and now it seems to work. I priced these **** things to find out the are $60. I have seen universal ones online. I have a h200. Are all univeral switches the same and is there a cheaper place to get these?

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    Re: Pressure Switch??

    A universal switch would work. Here is one on Amazon:

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004M623WG/?ta ... B004M623WG

    Or you can use this one as well. I prefer this one.

    http://www.amazon.com/Tecmark-Universal ... m_sbs_lg_2
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    Now what is the difference between the 2? I have seen many universals but have no idea what the difference is between them. Thanks for the input.

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    Re: Pressure Switch??

    Quote Originally Posted by Pool Clown
    Make sure that the new switch is set for the proper pressure. Usually around 2 to 3 lbs. when the heater is at the same elevation as the pool deck.
    I have never had to adjust any pressure switch unless the pool sits up really high as compared to the heater. One example was a condo building where the equipment room was in the underground parking garage and the pool was at ground level.
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