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Thread: Easytouch install - DIY? Yes or No

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    Easytouch install - DIY? Yes or No

    Is the easytouch load center very hard to install and setup for a 2 speed whisperflo pump and a intellichlor SWG? I'm trying to decide if I want to get the easytouch or a less functional (and less $) intermatic time clock to handle the 2 speed pump and booster pump.

    Thanks for your help.
    19,600 to 22,500 gallon plaster pool. (Every calculator is different)
    1 1/2 hp pump Don't know the flow rate
    48 sq. ft. DE filter
    Polaris 280
    Real POS Laars LX Low NOX 400k heater (5 years old and it's DEAD)

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    Re: Easytouch install - DIY? Yes or No

    I just finished installing an Easytouch. I don't have a SWG or InteliFlo but it was pretty straight forward. You will need some electrical experience and if you're not comfortable with sub-panel installation I would recommend an electrician install it.
    20x40 35k IG vinyl liner pool with automatic safety cover
    Pentair Whisperflo 1.5 HP pump - Pentair TA60D sand filter - Pentair MiniMax NT 300 - Liquidator

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    Re: Easytouch install - DIY? Yes or No

    Thanks for the reply.

    I wanted to make sure I didn't have to have a PhD in Pentair to make everything talk.

    I guess there is always tech support if needed.

    Thanks again.
    19,600 to 22,500 gallon plaster pool. (Every calculator is different)
    1 1/2 hp pump Don't know the flow rate
    48 sq. ft. DE filter
    Polaris 280
    Real POS Laars LX Low NOX 400k heater (5 years old and it's DEAD)

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