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    diy replacement of booster pump?


    is replacing a dead booster pump something I can do or do I need a pool pro to do it?

    37x20, 28,300 gallon gunite, irregularly shaped, hayward 1.5 super pump, hayward 4820 DE filter, northeast geo

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    Re: diy replacement of booster pump?

    Depends on how handy you are. How would we know what you are capable of?

    Should just involve disconnecting some hoses and the electrical and hooking it back up to the new one. Do you need a whole new pump or just the motor?
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