It should be on "FILTER"
about an inch below the TOP of the filter...there should be a line on your filter...
Is a sand filter system or a saltwater filter system for above ground pools?
Absolutely. Many people excacate and then place an above ground pool into the hole such that a foot or two stays above ground. Also make sure you either have clearance for your filter system or run the line into the ground and up to the filter as well.
Just enough so that the skimmer is above the water and the pipes to the filter and filter can be drained.
YES it should be no problem
Generally, that should not be a problem.
Install a new filter
What is a normal operating pressure for a jacuzzi sand filter for an above ground pool?"
Attempting to obtain step by step diagrams connecting an above ground pool to a sand filter.
Probably not going to be adequate.
It should be on filter and don't forget to backwash at least once a week.
That's quite possible. A filter, or filter change should do the trick.
To repair a leak near the filter return of an above ground pool, a marine patch should be used. Marine patches are available at home improvement stores like Menards and Home Depot.
That all depends on the size of the filter. It should say how many pounds of sand you need on the side of your sand filter.
Just leave it on filter
I haven't had an above ground pool for a while. Things might have changed. I recommend going with a filter that is rated higher than your needs. We actually used a lower-end model inground pool filter, because the stock one wouldn't keep the water clear.
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It is usually seen as two words, but technically should be hyphenated as the adjective above-ground because ground is not an adjective by itself.
I have a above ground pool from wal-mart 15 foot round 4 foot deep metal frame. How many hours a day should I run the filter pump? Also can I buy a more powerfull pump that want tear the pool up?
No, unless there is something wrong with the water that can't be handled by the filter and normal chemicals.
To evenly distribute the water and mix the cold with the warm the pump should be on.