New RJ45+ Install, I glue like a 5 year old.

DSK

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Jun 29, 2014
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Havre De Grace, Maryland
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I decided to have my install face down considering I had the room. I put the flow sensor 1st so the water would hit it from above. I am currently running off the 120v plug to a timer. I think next season I’ll may replace my Polaris 380 and booster pump with a robot and convert the SWG back to 220 and use the timer that the booster pump uses now.
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Looking clear but too cold to swim in yet, only about 61 degrees. Lol
 

mguzzy

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Jul 8, 2015
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OV, CA
If there was a way to post a "HaHa" like to a thread title, this would be it... The "pros" aren't any better.. They just have special tools, like a can of spray paint so you can't tell;)
 
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djdonte

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Mar 25, 2019
326
Houston, TX
1.jpgDon't worry mine isn't much better, and I was careful this time to not go crazy with the primer and glue. In the manual it says the corded side is the inlet. I think it would also be prudent to have the corded side facing downward for water intrusion purposes.
 
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