Hello. When my pool was built, the installer plumbed in a Pentair Rainbow 300 offline puck feeder. I don't use it, but I have just left it there because I figured that removing it would involve trying to plug up the installation holes in the pipe, or cutting out sections of pipe and putting new sections in their place. But looking at the installation, it looks like it might be possible to just remove the feeder housing and the hoses, and cap off the connectors that are still installed in the pipe. Is this possible? This way I could always re-connect it again if I decide to use it for some reason.
If my question isn't too clear, I can post a couple of pictures of the connectors if anyone requests.