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Thread: help replacing skimmer on AGP

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    help replacing skimmer on AGP

    I can't find a replacement lid for the skimmer on my AGP (bought used). I'm tired of water splashing out so guess I'll just need to replace the entire skimmer. But the problem is the skimmers I'm finding appear to be too big unless I'm not measuring correctly.

    Plus, are all skimmers universal? Meaning the screw holes? Obviously I want something I can just screw back in exactly as the old one is now.

    Is the only thing important the cut out? I don't see outside measurements on the skimmers I've seen, mostly Haywards.
    24' x 52" AGP = 13.5k gallons
    Dynamo 2.0 HP pump,Sand Dollar sand filter
    Polaris 65 vacuum (good when there are a ton of leaves on bottom), Pool Rover Jr. (LOVE it, but power box dead right now), AquaCritter (an excellent suction side cleaner)

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    Re: help replacing skimmer on AGP

    your best bet is to either post a picture, or try to find a model number somewhere on the skimmer.
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    Re: help replacing skimmer on AGP

    There are no markings, numbers or anything, anywhere on the skimmer, very strange.

    It's usually cleaner than it shows in the pics, these were taken after a heavy rain and it had a lot of junk in the pool.

    It doesn't look like it in the pic, but it's a wide mouth.





    24' x 52" AGP = 13.5k gallons
    Dynamo 2.0 HP pump,Sand Dollar sand filter
    Polaris 65 vacuum (good when there are a ton of leaves on bottom), Pool Rover Jr. (LOVE it, but power box dead right now), AquaCritter (an excellent suction side cleaner)

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