The reality is that the average inground pool liner will last 8-12 years.
A light acid wash should remove the chalk.
the concrete should be 6" according to this site http://www.de-fontenay.com/poolcon4.htm
Last one I installed was in excess of $750,000 with the filtration system
You should replace a digital thermometer when it becomes inaccurate. You should also replace it when it is damaged or cracked.
ive seen free pools given away by owners and ive seen them 10k, so very hard to answer that
replace the starter
how often should I replace the tires on my motorcycle>
You should replace your running shoes every year.
what should your psi be around in a inground swimming pool andt it hold 12,000 gallons of water
An in-ground pool should be just at the level of the center of the skimmer openings. If higher than the center of the skimmers, the skimmers will not function propely and the pools surface will collect debris.
Probably shocking it and adding an algaecide wouldn't hurt.
At least 20 degrees lower than the air temperature.
No. You just drain out enough water to close up the skimmers/plumbing, but the pool remains mostly full.
I have the same problem. From what I've been able to find it is probably the mechanical seal between the shaft of the electric motor and the pump body or housing. Directions are on the net to replace these. Should be fixed as it can ruin the bearings on the motor. RJ & Eddies Dad
when should the vapor canister be replace on a 1996 pontiac sunfire
Yes you Should
replace? why not fix it?
Replace it only if it becomes defective.
I am assuming some variables here but if it is just the bulb then there is one screw (Phillips head small) at the 12oclock position unscrew and the bulb unit should float to the surface there should be enough cord to reach the deck unscrew the 10 or 12 flat head screws and pop the casket from the glass take out old bulb replace it with new and reverse the process. The new lights have just one Phillips head screw that holds the gasket so even easier
The clutch should last approx 150,000 miles. There is no need to replace this if it isn't abused
You should replace the water pump on a 1999 Toyota Avalon when it becomes worn out. You can also replace it when it begins leaking.
It is highly recommended.
No, you should keep and reuse the old sink.