Sorry for this long post, but the distributor who sold me our 21' Doughboy Resin Pool led me to believe setting it up would be more straight forward than it is. I have water in the pool but the pump/filter situation is daunting. The pandemic has delayed for months the usual pump and filter for my pool so I ended up grabbing a Pentair Superflo single speed (I think usually used for inground pools) which they had lying around. This thing isn't "plug and play". The guy suggested I just strip a heavy duty extension cord and run it to the external outlet on our house. (Something I could do comfortably.) Its on a 20amp breaker though not sure if GFCI. The more I read the pump installation instructions and posts in this forum it appears this plan may not be safe. I'm pretty handy but haven't done a ton of electrical work and am just learning about bonding the pool. Do all above ground pools need to be bonded? I just watched a youtube video where the electrician ran a bonding wire the entire circumference of the pool and attached to 4 vertical posts of the pool (mine are resin ?!?). Is there a pool school entry about this sort of thing? Or am I wading in waters that should only have professionals in em? (Meanwhile the water in my pool will slowly grow something green, I presume) Thanks!