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Thread: Anyone use the Liquidator on an AGP?

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    Anyone use the Liquidator on an AGP?

    I have read the limited information and spoken to someone at HASA about it. It sounds good, but I was wondering if anyone has tried it on an AGP? The guy at Hasa said to use 2 check valves and install the unit between the pump and the filter. I don't see how I could do that since they are connected. We also have flex hoses from the skimmer to the pump and the filter to the return. He said the unit needs to be installed in PVC. I think we could figure out some kind of mod for that, but does anyone have any idea how it could be installed between the pump and filter?
    Nicole

    21' AGP (10,400g)
    Hayward PowerFlo Matrix dual-speed 1HP pump, 75 sq ft Waterway cartridge filter
    4G Liquidator, Aquabot POOL ROVER S2-40

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    If your pump and filter are a single unit, you would install the input connector after the filter where the hose returns to the pool and the output connector before the pump. As long as you use the check valves, you can store it below water level. And yes you would have to bod your hoses to introduce a section of hard PVC or flex PVC to attach the connectors to.

    Keith
    6000 gal inground fiberglass
    1.5hp pump / sand filter
    Liquidator

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    Ok, that sounds simple enough. Thanks a bunch. I'm going to order it. I hope it works.
    Nicole

    21' AGP (10,400g)
    Hayward PowerFlo Matrix dual-speed 1HP pump, 75 sq ft Waterway cartridge filter
    4G Liquidator, Aquabot POOL ROVER S2-40

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