Thanks Jim! So it sounds like, if I'm gone for say 2 weeks, I'll need to have someone come over and restart the programming? Do your renters do that for you at your rental homes?Most of them will only run a week at a time. It does not need to be removed, but the power supply must be reset.
That’s my only grip is it won’t keep running the next week but guess they want to make sure you clean itDan,
One of the great things about a robot cleaner is that you can easily put it in, or take it out, of your pool.. This allows those of us that don't think that a pool cleaner adds to what a pool should look like, to remove them when not in use.. It also allows those that don't care if a hunk of junk is in their pool 24/7 to just leave it in there..
Most of them will only run a week at a time. It does not need to be removed, but the power supply must be reset.
As an example.. the one at my house only spends a day or two in the pool each week, as I do not enjoy seeing it in the pool.. But I have two rent house pools with robots that spend their whole life in the pool.. They only come out once a week, when I clean them, or when the renter wants to use the pool.