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    clog for inground

    I have tried to look at the archive for my issue and seem to still have problems.

    Pool: 20x40 inground, DE filter, calculator says 30,000 gallons, two skimmers

    Shallow end skimmer was ok a month ago, then slow, then gone a week ago.

    Pool guy says that the hose might have collapsed in on itself, so go ahead and dig the hose up. I opened the deck and was able to get under the skimmer but don't see any problems outside so far. Thats when I got on the internet/this site. So I ...

    A. Got a plunger, nada

    B. Got a snake, which seemed to go in a few feet, then nada

    C. there was a suggestion for something called (blank) King, which is what, a chemical?

    Simply put, now what do I do?


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    Re: clog for inground

    C. there was a suggestion for something called (blank) King, which is what, a chemical
    Drain King. A hose accessory that when inserted into the suspect pipe, will inflate and seal itself, pushing water backwards thru the pipe and, hopefully, loosening any clogs.
    Dave S.
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
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