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Yes. Running the pool filter pump while swimming has no adverse effects to the swimmers.

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yes running the filter while swimming helps the filtration process. Also if the pool is saltwater then the system will replace chlorine being used while bathing.


Yes you can order your required swimming pool filter via the internet. You can go to the website of your pool manufactuer to order the proper filter.


A swimming pool filter can be dangerous because it operates under pressure and can explode.A fastener secures the top of the filter but in some cases the fastener can fail and allow the filter to top to blow off.


Backwashing a swimming pool cleans out the sand filter. It reverses the flow to push all the trappings from the filter out.


The pool filter needs to be "back washed"


The best or highest rated swimming pool filter depends upon the use of the pool because a high use pool needs a higher quality filter. The most popular and therefore rated highest in the popularity sense are the Pleatco cartridges.


You can not measure the pressure in a swimming pool. If you mean the pressure on the filter tank gage then you may have to backwash the filter. Talk to your local pool store for instructions as how to maintain a swimming pool and the equipment. Get some education on swimming pool maint. before you get into some real trouble. A pool is not too forgiving for someone without a basic knowledge of pools.


Yes. That is how the dirt is removed.


A chlorine generator, also known as a salt generator, is an addition to a pool pump and filter system that converts salt to chlorine. It is another method of adding chlorine to a swimming pool. You will still need a filter, like sand, to filter dirt and debris from the swimming pool.


If you have a sand or DE filter the setting is filter in the case of cartridge filters it is filter as always unless there are other settings for your particular setup.


If you have a sand filter just set it on Back wash


Are you sure that you mean the filter tank? and not the pump


The cleaning schedules varies from filter to filter, but a general guideline on any swimming pool filter is to take a reading when the filter is clean, then clean the pool filter when the pressure rises about 10 psi.


You may have to check the seals in the multyport on top of the sand filter.



Swimming pool pumps do not use sand. You may have sand in your filter. The sand has to by removed by hand after taking th etop of the filter off.


A pool skimmer is generally built into the side of or around the top of a swimming pool in order to skim debris from the surface of the water. A pool filter is built into the plumbing in order to filter fine debris from the water itself.


You can catch tonsillitis from other people, but not from the swimming pool itself.


If no water is visible around pump/filter mechanism then there is a crack somewhere in the pool or pipes leading to and from pump/filter.


Ladder's are very important in a swimming pool. If you don't have a ladder, people can get hurt. If there is an emergency and someone needs help, it would take a while for the person to get help.


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yes, germs can live on a public swimming pool. why? because a public swimming pool is used by the public and people have germs on their body and when they get in the swimming pool, the germs on their body will be transfered to the water on the pool, and germs will spread in the water and people will also get germs. after having a swimming on a public swimming pool, you need to take an immediate bath so that germs will be killed.


You shouldn't add chemicals to a pool in which people are swimming. Add the chemicals, ensure that you've made the correct adjustment to the water chemistry and that the water is safe, and then allow people back in. To be honest, it probably wouldn't hurt them - but it wouldn't be wise.



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