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    Question on Robot cleaner

    Hi everybody,
    I have a Hayward Robotic Cleaner.
    I've read that you aren't supposed to
    be in the pool while it is running. I
    would think it would be alright since
    it's run off a transformer and has the
    right plug in that will cut off electricity
    if it senses water.
    Thanks to anyone who answers.
    RoyT

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    Re: Question on Robot cleaner

    My bet is there is less than one chance in 10 million anyone would get fried from a robot.

    I sure hope you or me isn't that 10 millionth guy!
    Dave S.
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    Re: Question on Robot cleaner

    Roy,

    Good to see you back. As Dave pointed out, many of us swim with our robots. Mine even gets my toes every once in a while when he sneaks up on me.

    Did everything clear up from last year?
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    Re: Question on Robot cleaner

    Hi Tim5055,
    Thanks to you and others who answered my question.
    I don't know what we who aren't too up on pools would
    do without help from people like you.
    Thanks again, RoyT

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