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Thread: Getting the water out of a polaris 280 and the backup valve

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    Getting the water out of a polaris 280 and the backup valve

    So maybe this is a non typical closing question, but I thought I'd ask. I think I got most of the water out of my 280 cleaner. I'm not worried about freezing, as it's in the basement, but just the smell from water sitting all winter. Same with the backup valve. I can actually hear some water swishing around in the valve. I can't get it out, but I'm thinking it doesn't matter. Does it?

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    24'x40' 25k gal Imperial Mountain Pond IGP, full 28 mil VynAll Ocean Breakers liner. All Hayward system: 140k BTU HeatPro heat pump, 3/4HP single speed TriStar 2" Pump, DE6020 filter, AquaPlus Automation/Salt Chlorination, remote controls, ColorLogic 4.0 lighting. Polaris 280 w/PB4-60 BP. TF100 & K1766 test kits. Rinox Palazzo pavers and Spherik coping. Pool installed 9/2013, project completed 6/16/14.

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    Re: Getting the water out of a polaris 280 and the backup va

    Are there any opinions on this? Thanks!
    24'x40' 25k gal Imperial Mountain Pond IGP, full 28 mil VynAll Ocean Breakers liner. All Hayward system: 140k BTU HeatPro heat pump, 3/4HP single speed TriStar 2" Pump, DE6020 filter, AquaPlus Automation/Salt Chlorination, remote controls, ColorLogic 4.0 lighting. Polaris 280 w/PB4-60 BP. TF100 & K1766 test kits. Rinox Palazzo pavers and Spherik coping. Pool installed 9/2013, project completed 6/16/14.

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