hard to say. If the shock is emanating from a defective pump then it may help. However if it coming from a stray voltage source then it won't. There have been several posts on here this year with people trying to figure out this same issue with varying results. I would say try it but that is entirely up to you to take the risklinadu said:I know this is going to sound stupid but until I get my pool bonded if I unplug the sand filter after it is finished filtering (usually 8 hours a night) will that prevent the little shocks that I have been getting?
I could not tell you any prices based on your area. I kknow one I did about two weeks ago cost the customer about $200.00 for material and labor. I would suggest calling a coulpe of electricians to get pricing. Maybe the local pool store has a list of installers in your area who are familiar with what to dolinadu said:I felt it one day last week and also today. I don't have the filter plugged in when we are in the pool. Also, how much am I looking at price wise to have someone bond it? I would attempt to do it myself but am afraid that I wouldn't do it correctly. This is my first year having a pool.