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Thread: Pool/Spa Automation Recommendation - possible DIY

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    Pool/Spa Automation Recommendation - possible DIY

    Hi TFP Community!

    I have a Compool 2000 (very old system) that is now starting to give issues. I'm in need of some recommendations on a replacement system and whether it's something I could tackle on my own or not. Someone recommended the aqualink/iaqualink system which sounded interesting allowing me to control from a smartphone. Here's my setup that I think is relevant to the system:

    main pump (single speed) - probable upgrade to variable speed in future
    booster pump
    valve to control flow to pool or spa
    1 light in pool
    1 light in spa
    waterfall pump - currently out of service
    spa air blower - also currently out of service
    solar/gas heater valve - currently broken, I just manually turn it - not terribly important to auto control

    Thanks for your input!

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    SW PA

    Re: Pool/Spa Automation Recommendation - possible DIY

    I'm not sure Snoopy but I'm sure someone can help you!

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    Aug 2011
    Middle TN

    Re: Pool/Spa Automation Recommendation - possible DIY

    The answer probably depends on what you want the system to do, what your budget is and how handy you are.
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