Is there a "proper" way to inspect the bottom of an automatic pool cleaner that doesn't suck air in? Should I not be running the pump when I do this?
Currently, I pull it out of the water for 15-30 seconds, look at it and put it back in. Air does get sucked in, however I am not sure if this is a problem or not.
I only have been doing it this because that is how I observed the pool service tech do it previously. Thoughts?