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Thread: Nautilus NS Stainless Steel D.E Filter (but what model?)

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    Nautilus NS Stainless Steel D.E Filter (but what model?)


    I have a Nautilus NS Stainless Steel D.E. Filter that I am looking to clean out and also replace the grids.
    Unfortunately, it is an older filter and I cannot read any of the necessary information on the identifying sticker to see which model I have. I purchased the house a while back, and while I do have the manual for the filter, it also doesn't list the specific model that I have.
    When looking for grids I've noticed that sizes are listed, I've measured a spare grid and it came out to a length of 31 inches.

    Does anyone know if there is a way to identify the model by the grid size or is there another way in which I could identify the model that I have?

    Thank you,

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    Re: Nautilus NS Stainless Steel D.E Filter (but what model?)

    I bet if you post up a picture someone will be able along shortly to help
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    Re: Nautilus NS Stainless Steel D.E Filter (but what model?)

    Based o the parts list here Pac Fab Nautilus Stainless D.E. Parts -
    it sounds like the 60 square foot filter. It calls for grids 30" tall
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