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    Polaris360

    My Polaris 360 is powered by the return line to the pool. Only problem is my pool only has that one return line. When the vac is hooked up and running it obviously restricts some of the pressure back to the pool. In doing so, my overall pressure spikes about 20% almost as if the filter needed to be back washed. My question is how long is it safe to run the vac with this "spike" in pressure?
    Thanks


    25K gal vinyl, hayward s200 sand, hayward 3/4 hp, newly adopted BBB pool care

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    Re: Polaris360

    Forever!

    Surprisingly, pool pumps don't care at what pressure they operate as long as it's within their usual range of 0-35 or thereabouts
    Dave S.
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
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    Re: Polaris360

    Awesome thank you!


    25K gal vinyl, hayward s200 sand, hayward 3/4 hp, newly adopted BBB pool care

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