Setting the filter to backwash cleans the filter, running your pump to filter cleans the water in the pool. Brushing the walls of your pool cleans the walls of your pool... and so on.
Yes, the solar pool cover does not effect the filter.
No,unless you can fit into the filter which is impossible,so yes,its safe.
Add the aluminum sulphate to the pool. Run the filter for two hours. Wait overnight to vacuum the bottom of the pool.
Yes. Running the pool filter pump while swimming has no adverse effects to the swimmers.
No, turn the filter off so that you do not forget it and drain it past the filter and burn it up.
Heaters are usually plumbed in after the filter. The pool filter/pump is what circulates the heated water. Ans: The heater will not work or fire if the pump is not running.
Pray for a salt water system
There are ways to clean without draining or running through your filter but they would include the use of a separate filter which would be as much hassle.I would recommend draining the pool and lightly acid washing to properly get out all the mud and bacteria it may have left behind.
If its not closed properly water will leak out when the pump us running.
not a good idea - the whole point of shock is to circulate it through the system
You don't . You chlorinate the pool with chlorine . You filter the water with a sand filter.
The circ pump is used to circulate the water thru the filter. The booster pump is for running the pool sweeper.
The filter doesn't run, the pump does. A good rule of thumb is that the pump be sized so as to turn the entire amount of water in the pool over in 8 hours.
There is no diference. There are different types of pool filters, but it has more to do with how they filter then their application or location.
To maintain a small Intex pool you will need a filter, pool vacuum, pool test kit, net, and chemicals. Keep the filter running to clean the water, test the water daily. Adjust chemicals for chlorine, and PH. Use the net to scoop out leaves and debris as needed, vacuum the pool as needed as well.
If you use a test kit and your chlorine level is high I would say no, let the filter run and while the filter is running vacuum the bottom of the pool to remove some of the mud off the bottom of the pool floor and check the filter for high pressue, so the filter can do its job and get the pool clean. You want to keep your chlorine level above normal during the cleaning level so when the pool is clean your are ready to use it, also I do not know how brown or muddy the water is.
Pour it into the skimmer while the pump is running.
you are better of running it then running the risk of the water in the system freezing as this can seriously damage you filtration equipment.
So long as there is water coming through the pump when it is running it doesnt matter what the water level in the pool is.
They are probably a sign that it is time to replace the filter of your pool.
If your pool filter is up and running, also it is best to clean the walls and floor if you have a normal to high chlorine level because this will be also your cleaning agent. Take a soft bristle brush, get in the pool and start cleaning, all the above should come off. it is better if the filter is running so you can vac out the dirt, when the dirt goes to the bottom of the pool.
Assuming the heater is running properly, is sized correctly the filter is clean it could possibly mean that the run time for the pump is not sufficient. How long is the filter/pump running? The water returning to the pool may not feel "hot" to the touch and shouldn't. Ken
A pool is work, you have to know that going in, the purpose of the filter is to keep the water clean, the pump will make the meter spin the longer you run the filter, however the longer you run the filter the less problems you will have, if you get a rainy season, you need to recycle the water if its hot the chlorine is going to be consumed by the sun, an idle pool can be more costly than by letting the filter run constantly,if you are going to cut back on running the filter do it in the night and not during the day light hours. You will hear all kinds of answers to this questions. My personal opinion is when you open the pool up that is when the pump and filter go to work. When you shut your pool down for the season that is when you pull the plug on the filter and pump. The above is for a pool that is outside, Also the reason I say this we use to get pools also where the filters and pumps where undersized. So once a pool get out of control its harder or takes longer to get it back to its proper levels when running a pool only part time.
No. Leave your filter running at least 8 hours per day, longer if your pool appears cloudy.