The sand has to be scooped out or can be shop wet vaced out. Replace with #20 silica sand only but first add water to the filter tank to about half way and cover the stand pipe in the middle of the filter so the sand will not spill into it.
Buy the correct sand and ask the pool shop where you get the sand about a ventury sand sucker. These attach to the garden hose and will suck all of the old sand out of the unit.
If you are getting sand blowing into the pool through the returns You have a problem with the radials in the sand filter. this will require removing the multiport system from the top of the unit . removing the sand, and replacing the worn radials. Get advice from your pool shop.
A good way for getting sand out of a sand filter is to get a sand venturi with this attached to the end of a garden hose you will be able to suck all of the sand out of the unit easily. Check with your pool shop as they may be able to sell, hire or lend one to you.
Remove the multi port control from the top of the sand filterremove the sand inside the unit, this can be a next to impossible job to do by hand as they are not really built with this job in mind, however help is at hand with a little venturi pump that hooks onto your garden hose that will suck the sand out of the unit without having to scoop it out see your pool shop about getting hold of one of these.When its empty replace the sand or whatever media you are using and screw the port back on.You can also suck the sand out using a plain old shop-vac.
if it is an LED unit you cant you have to change the assembly as a unit
Take the mutiport controls of the top of the unit. This will allow you to see inside where the sand is. The easiest way to remove the sand is to get a venturi pump these go on the end of the garden hose and use the taps water to suck the sand out of the filer housing. (ask your pool shop about this device) Once the filter is empty replace the sand with whatever you want to throw in there. Screw the multiport back on and you are done
1 unit sand
unit wight sand
There is no such measurement as a "unit".
Take out the two rubber grommets behind the light unit and use the flat blade of a screwdriver to press down the spring clips inside. Pull the unit out and replace the 18watt wedge-fitting bulb.
Sand, dirt, gravel and even concrete is measured by the cubic yard and each cubic yard is 1 unit. therefore 1 unit of sand = 27 cubic feet Hence 1 unit of sand = .772 cubic meters
The local currency unit.
There is no official unit. It can be in feet, yards, or meters.
If is a 2 stage air conditioning unit. You might want to replace the furnace.
you have to remove the fuel pump it is connected to it, it has to be replace as one unit
Depending the which Hyundai the starter will have to be reach from either underneath the vehicle or above. First disconnect the battery and remove the starter mount bolts. Disconnect the solenoid and remove the old unit. Replace with a new part.
The unit is called Litters
You don't change the filter on a sand filter, you back wash it. Unless you mean how to you change the sand in a sand filter. This is done by removing the multi port control from the top of the unit sucking out the sand with a venture made for the occasion (ask your pool shop) and replacing the sand. This needs to be done about every 3 to 5 years. Furnace Filters, Air Conditioning Filters at Air Sponge Filter Company http://www.airsponge.com You can suck the sand out using a shop-vac
It only comes as one whole unit. and yes you will need to replace it as one
Need to know which sending unit you want to replace, there are several.
it the bulb or socket not flasher unit
An erg can be a unit of energy or a sand dune.
The base unit of volume is the cubic metre.