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kimkats

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Jul 10, 2012
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Tallahassee, FL
That is tight! Every once in a while mine get a little stuck but nothing I can't just pop out with a little pressure with my thumbs. See if you can smooth the eyeball some or maybe not screw the ring in as far so the eyeball will not get pressed in quite as far.
 

IMissNimoy

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Jul 3, 2018
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Columbia, SC
My return jets are a mixed bag. Some are tight and barely moveable. Others move too freely and are a constant source of maintenance since I have many Paramount in-wall returns as part of the cleaning system. I plan to swap the loose ones soon and have ordered a few replacements. Some of the new ones have the same issue of being loose even though they've never been installed. I have looked and can't visibly see a difference in new ones that work and those that don't. Here's what I have: Aquadaptor 2 Slip 004-252-3020
 

frogabog

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Jul 16, 2010
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Portland, Oregon
Maybe your neighbors know what those are. Looks like it's some kind of something's anual birthday...

So do they have legs? Worms or larvae? Not caterpillars, right?
 

kimkats

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Jul 10, 2012
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Tallahassee, FL
centipede is what I was thinking but their legs are not as big as the ones I just looked up. There has to be some kind of "nest" or what ever they come out of. I would ask your neighbors if they have seen them before. They may be special to your area and this could be their hatching time?????

Hoping they get done fast!

Kim:kim:
 

IceShadow

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Jun 8, 2019
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Milwaukee, WI
Here’s a funny thing - we got a home warranty with the house which has already proven less than useful. I went to see if maybe our heater would be covered under the additional Swimming Pool / Spa Combo & Heater policy.

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Sigh.