http://www.parpool-spa.com/Page/Pool/Pa ... tting.html
Is this a good idea?
As a quick aside I just Flocced the pool and it says to wait a day and than vacuum. I Flocced the pool at 8:45 and the pump after its 1 hour run was done at 9:45. Should I wait all the way till 9:45 tonight?
At 9:39 in the morning it looks pretty settled on the bottom...my pool actually looks sorta clear with all the junk that floated to the bottom. Should I wait?
Thanks for the help
Oh and one more thing I read my cleaner manual and it says for optimal coverage to point the returns downward. What is the best method to move them? I was thinking maybe I could grip them with something as I can't turn the nozzle that lets you move the return with my hand.
They haven't been moved for awhile we think. We got this pool in January last year, and the return dials or whatever you call them are stuck. My mom is worried about breaking it trying to turn them.
Some pool guy said they should be pointed up at the water. Confused about the discrepancy. Is it better in general to have them pointed up for general circulation, but for cleaning pointed down? They don't move very well lol.
http://www.zodiacpoolsystems.com/~/medi ... -2050.ashx
The manual says down, but that is for cleaning so not sure if that's ideal to use them that way in general or not.
I just read a bit on the why of using different return flows. I guess a picture of where all the returns would be would help. I have an irregular shaped pool with 4 returns. I think I'll get a picture of them up later don't know where the camera is. For now would all down be ok for the cleaner?