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Thread: Help with paramount mvfuse!

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    Apr 2015
    Carroll County/MD

    Help with paramount mvfuse!

    As some of you know my PB went belly up right before my plaster. So, I am having trouble finding solutions to a problem with my MVFUSE for the paramount drain.

    If I split the pressure to the pump 50/50 between the skimmers (2) and main drain, the MVFUSE sucks dry and kills the system. I literally have to almost completely shut off the main drain to get it to not suck dry. By doing this my main drain is completely worthless. I can brush debris right into the main drain and they still float right back out.

    Anyone know why my MVFUSE would be sucking air or how to fix this issue?

    Gunite 35X15 rectangle w/15X5 tan ledge (giving it an "L" shape) and 6X2 swim out love seat; white marblelite plaster; depth: 3'6-7'6; 24,750 gallons; SWG (Mineral Springs); Pentair C&C 420 w/ VS 3050 pump; 400K Natural Gas heater; coping: 12" PA Full Range Flagstone; 2 Color Change LED Lights; jump rock; 2' exposed backside wall; 700 square feet exposed aggregate decking

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    Apr 2007
    Sebring, Florida

    Re: Help with paramount mvfuse!

    Sorry no one has responded.

    You might need to contact a PB.....I have no idea what an MVFUSE is.
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