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Thread: Jets too strong... just need advice on best dustbuster

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    Jets too strong... just need advice on best dustbuster

    Had a Kreepy Krauly but it got pushed all over the pool by the jets. I bought the aftermarket plugs but the pressure is still too strong.

    I have a 1 1/2 hp pump that is not variable and overpowers any type of setup that runs the same time as the pump.

    My main concern is the dust/dirt on the pool. I don't get a lot of leaves that don't get taken in by the skimmer. Any suggestions on a robot or something similar that is battery powered or plug-in and can clean the dirt while the pool pump is off?
    In-Ground 12000 Gallon Pool/Plaster Walls/Hayward S244T Sand Filter/Chlorine/1.5 HP pump
    Phoenix, AZ

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    Re: Jets too strong... just need advice on best dustbuster

    Flat bottomed pool, or a deep end too?
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    Re: Jets too strong... just need advice on best dustbuster

    Deep end too. Slow steady drop from 3' to 6' kidney shaped pool.
    In-Ground 12000 Gallon Pool/Plaster Walls/Hayward S244T Sand Filter/Chlorine/1.5 HP pump
    Phoenix, AZ

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