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    Zodiac Watermatic L-2

    I'm considering an automated liquid system & found the Zodiac Watermatic L-2, basically because all our equipment and valve automation (Aqualink) is Jandy / Zodiac. Is the system worth it? Are there drawbacks? Any advice is greatly appreciated!
    16,661 gal IG PebbleTec w/ Spa; 60 ft2 Jandy DE filter, 2 HP Jandy Variable Speed pump; 2 skimmer; 400K BTU Jandy heater; Polaris Sport; opened 9/15/14; TF-100 test kit

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    Re: Zodiac Watermatic L-2

    Bump?
    16,661 gal IG PebbleTec w/ Spa; 60 ft2 Jandy DE filter, 2 HP Jandy Variable Speed pump; 2 skimmer; 400K BTU Jandy heater; Polaris Sport; opened 9/15/14; TF-100 test kit

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    Re: Zodiac Watermatic L-2

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Do you need 2 pumps? Those are likely basically the same as Stenner pumps that many other member use, which are likely cheaper. I am not sure what integration would need to be done with the Aqualink, usually it is just a timer.
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