Yes there is no need to drain a chlorinated pool to change it to salt water pool all you have to do is add the salt install the new equipment and run it as usual.
no, and I think you mean "salt water chlorine generator" not "salt water pump"
If that will work then, yes. Most inflatables have no fittings that are compatible with a garden hose fitting. K
That's possible but difficult and seemingly unnecessary. Why not just lead it's drain to the garden or to perimeter drain.
Don't use any drain cleaners, highly chlorinated products or much bleach. Do not use 'anti-bacterial ' washing soaps.
Drain it to your sewer if possible DE as a powder is hazardous to health so don't water the garden with it.
Suck it out with a piece of garden hose or a piece of tubing
The battery should drain slowly on an iPhone 5s. If the battery was charged correctly the first time. It should take around 10 hours to drain.
siphon It out with a cut garden hose..
There are multiple reasons to get your drain pipe inspected. One major reason to inspect a drain pipe is before buying a house to make sure everything runs correctly.
Believe it or not, it's safe to put down your drain. (Our drinking water systems are chlorinated / chlorine kills harmful bacteria.) But why not give it to a friend or neighbor who use it.
Lift the external grate in your garden,, get hold of a flexible drain kit ,push it in the drain holes, and push back and forth, put taps on so water can help to flush away the build up in the drains.
if i remember correctly, once plug is turned counterclockwise to a stop, you must pull drain plug out slightly for antifreeze to drain.
Our major problem is passing a balanced budget. Everything from education to roads is going down the drain.
With a garden hose. Start suckin'....lol
only way to fix it is relevel it drain it all out and level the ground correctly
I think it's a 17mm....if I remember correctly. Maybe a 16mm.
Luckily, at this time of year it is probably still warm and dry and nature will take care of the problem. You could possibly drain the garden, if there is a patio, using a shop vac.
Get the garden hose, run it from the pool to a drain and siphon the water out.
No, you have to attach a garden hose to the fitting at the bottom of the tank. Often the tank will have sediment built up in it and the water will drain very slowly from this.
Unless you had the pool installed with a bottom drain there is not a drain on an above ground pool. You'll have to pump the water out using a sump pump or siphon it out using a garden hose. Please note having a bottom drain in any pool does not indicate that it is an actual drain as in house plumbing. The word "drain" or "main drain" is used most likely for lack of a better term. The only way to drain any pool is to use a portable pump and pump the water out. k
If I remember correctly it is 15. Thanks, Wes
No dont even think about putting a cap on it, its dripping for a reason, call a plumber to fix it, a hot water heater is a dangerous appliance and should not be dealt with lightly. If you have a drip, but can't fix it or get a plumber out right away, use a garden hose to route the water to a drain nearby. Most drain valves are threaded with garden hose fittings.
Locate oil drain , usually a small pipe with a cap on it, open it, remove the dip stick let drain, replace cap , fill to dip stick level,
you can try a garden hose down the vent on the roof use it like a drain snake with the water on