And rhawke posted a pic on how it looks 1507. Also the Rough Filter.
Brand new Active 20 purchaser and bought based on this thread. Hopefully, you guys are right!To safe myself posting another separate thread. I have an outlet that’s not sure is GFCI. It’s difficult to access in the water heater closet (copper line blocks access). Wanted to see if anyone can speak to a plug-in GFI like this one (revised link).
I’ve replaced many outlets, but this would be a challenge so a plug in would save me a lot of trouble.
Just a little update for anyone who may find themselves in this boat in the future: My sweet Bobo is at Marina awaiting a swap out of his motor (under warranty, thankfully!). I miss him dearly and I cannot wait to have him back. We haven't had our typical spotless pool without him. The weather has been super windy in Vegas (figures!!) and downright chilly. It's only 62 degrees here today - a record low temperature! The cool weather has made it hard for us to get in and clean the pool with a hose, so we've been doing our best with brushing and skimming. Fingers crossed that Bobo comes home soon so I can get him back to work!I have an Active 20 and his name is Bobo. He has worked wonderfully for exactly 2 years, but today he has an illness that I hope is not terminal. I started him up from the deep end, and maybe 20 minutes later I peeked outside and noticed he was stranded on the tanning ledge. I watched him for a minute because he has always managed to get down, but this time he wasn't moving. He was tilted up on his wheels. I turned him off and put him in the deep end and he won't work. The power supply is turning on, the blue light on the bot is functioning, and the water is bubbling (it seems more so than usual), but he won't move. I called Seth at Marina and he gave me a couple of troubleshooting options to try, but I'm hopeful that my fellow TFP members might have some additional guidance. I hope the motor didn't burn out. Thanks in advance for any feedback/guidance.
One option is to get a programmable outlet or timer and set the robot to the Automation mode. Then you can set any schedule you want.Does the S200 really not have a repeating schedule function? My Nautillus CC has that and I like it.
Joe, lay the cord out as straight as you can in the sun from time to time, it will keep the cord from retaining a “memory” of bends in it.So far so good with my Active 30i! Mr. Ray does a fine job. I'm certain the Active 20 would've been fine though. The Bluteeth isn't all that and I didn't really need the cart. But the better warranty,longer cleaning cycle and higher rebate (which I received today btw) swayed my vote. It's surprising how dirty the filters get,besides picking up all the bamboo leaves. Running my pump at the lower speed is a plus.
Even though it has a swivel I do get a lot of twists in my cord. Usually have to unwind them every day. Just wanted to say thanks again for this awesome resource. Couldn't have done it without you