First off, TFP has been a great resource for me since we made the decision to build a pool back in August last year. Thanks to all who've provided insight to me (even though I lurked anonymously from behind my computer ).
Anyway, as a new pool owner who's starting to enjoy the benefits of a pool while playing with my kids, I've noticed something that I figured I'd throw towards the forum...
Months ago, while the pool was being built, our construction supervisor said that the return closest to the pump would spurt air from time to time. I just shrugged.
Well, fast forward to the pool being completed and he was right. Being that this is a brand new construction with a very reputable pool builder in Central FL with all new equipment AND the fact that the supervisor said it would happen, I do not think I have a problem...I think I have a curiosity...
With the VS pump running less then 50%, that one return, closest to the pump spurts air bubbles.
Has anyone seen this? Does anyone have any idea why it happens?