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    Shut off valves?

    Hi all. I have yet another question about my AGP. My filter pump setup is connected with clear tubing, and everything is connected to each other directly. I have seen mention of shut off valves being used and I am thinking that this is something I should invest in. Since my pull is set up, is this something I should wait to do till next year, and also, what do I need to do this right?

    Right now the skimmer attaches to a hose that connects directly to the pump. The pump has a clear tube that connects to the filter, and then the filter connects to the air jet in the pool.

    Thanks.
    24' Round 14K Gallons
    Hayward S180t Sand Filter
    1hp Hayward Powerflo Matrix Pump
    Aquabot Pool Rover Jr.

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    Re: Shut off valves?

    here is a recent thread on same subject...search is your friend! Bottom left of the webpage

    http://www.troublefreepool.com/no-va...gp-t21334.html
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    Re: Shut off valves?

    Quote Originally Posted by dmanb2b
    here is a recent thread on same subject...search is your friend! Bottom left of the webpage

    http://www.troublefreepool.com/no-va...gp-t21334.html
    Thanks! Excellent link.
    24' Round 14K Gallons
    Hayward S180t Sand Filter
    1hp Hayward Powerflo Matrix Pump
    Aquabot Pool Rover Jr.

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