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    Polaris

    Do I just plug this into the pool wall? Anything else?



    -Emily

    IG plaster pool, approx 12-15K gallons, Pentair IC40 SWCG, sand filter Pentair Triton II 325 lbs 24" 3.14 ft2, Sta-Rite Max -E-Pro pump, booster pump - Pentair LS-MS05, Polaris 380 vacuum, TF-100 Test Kit and K-1766 Salt test kit

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    Re: Polaris

    You should have a booster pump that is plumbed to an outlet on the pool wall. If you have all that, yes, plug it in, turn on your main pump and booster pump and it should be off to the races.
    ~john
    24.5K G, pebble, SuperFlo VS 1.5, 48sq DE filter, Hayward H250FDN, Autopilot RC-52, Poolvergnuegen & 3 daily swimmers in season.

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    Re: Polaris

    I should have everything. Sorry I wasn't clear. This was left from the former owner.


    -Emily

    IG plaster pool, approx 12-15K gallons, Pentair IC40 SWCG, sand filter Pentair Triton II 325 lbs 24" 3.14 ft2, Sta-Rite Max -E-Pro pump, booster pump - Pentair LS-MS05, Polaris 380 vacuum, TF-100 Test Kit and K-1766 Salt test kit

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