Hi, I have a Jandy RayVac pool cleaner. Its 9 years old. I'm not a fan of this cleaner but it came with the pool and I have a brand new head which was part of my new pool deal so rather then drop $1000 on a new cleaner I'm going to try to keep this one going. My question is, I just started opening the pool and set up the Jandy and immediately noticed it wasn't moving. The next thing I noticed, even with the valve wide open there was no pressure indicated at the filter gauge http://www.discountcleaningproducts.com ... 4AodARIA7A. That's the filter. The filter element is 9 years old but looks essentially new still. I tried the new head, the old head, I tried taking out the filter element and running it without, tried taking off the Hydro-Timer and running it etc. I pulled the pressure gauge off and sent water to the filter and the water blasted out the pressure gauge hole and I feel water blasting out the side of the pool where the cleaner attaches so I replaced the gauge thinking it must be bad. With the new gauge installed the most amount of pressure I can get is 5psi. This cleaner requires 20psi. Where is the problem? The energy filter looks fine physically, and just seems to allow water through it and through the filter so I'm not sure why the whole housing itself would ever need replacing. Why am I not getting the 20psi I need to run the RayVac?