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What setting should the sand filter be at when using the the above ground pool cleaner?

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2012-08-14 02:01:28
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It should be on "FILTER"

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If you're talking about your pool filter, it should be set to filter or run. Use the bypass or recirculate setting if you wish to circulate the water without having the water pass through the filter. Use the backwash setting to clean the filter.


pull the filter out and hose it off, replace the filter, if you vaccum your pool more frequently it should help keep the filter cleaner


The setting of the sand filter should be on filter for a normal vacuum. However if you are getting rid of the results of using clarifier from the bottom of the pool you would be beter of vacuuming to waste.


Filter or circulation with pump running add chemicals.


Technically, you don't backwash the pool, you backwash the filter. This is assuming you have a sand or DE filter. The filter valve should have a backwash setting. Turn off the pump, set the filter to backwash, and turn on the pump unitl the water runs reasonably clear.


The "Rinse" will also take water out, but you should really have a waste setting. Call a local pool company or the maker of your filter system.


It should be inside the air cleaner housing.


You should ALWAYS use an air cleaner on any vehicle. The filter prevents contaminates from entering the fuel and combustion system.


Ideally none! You will always get a bit in there from people bringing it in on their feet, and from the wind blowing in in but you should try to keep it well-vacuumed so that the water stays cleaner and so that your filter will last longer.


you should clean it at least once a month because it can get damaged if you don't. your water will also be cleaner.


about an inch below the TOP of the filter...there should be a line on your filter...


Always run the pump in filter, for atleast 4 to 5 hrs a day , never run the pump in anything else but filter , only time you change filter setting is when you back wash you filter, also when you ope your pool and shock it for the 1st time run the filter over night then back wash next day


You can either buy filter cleaner or use gas, either way they will both clean the filter. You will need a 5 gallon bucket or a large plastic bag. It is best to clean several filters at once, because it is a dirty job. Fill the bucket with a little bit of gas or cleaner and place the filters in. Soak the filter in the cleaner for about five mins. Then carefully squeeze the excess liquid and dirt from the filter. Be careful not to tear the filter. Repeat if necessary. Allow the filter(s) to dry then soak them with filter oil. A good air filter should last through several cleanings.






Just keep the setting on filter you may find that the preasure increases and if it does just give it a quick backwash to reduce it if needed.


If you vacuum cleaner is using a three blade plug (cap) on the cord you should not be getting static discharges from it. Make sure that the receptacle you connect to is grounded and that the ground is connected to the body of the cleaner.


change the spark plugs and wires and change the oil and change the oil filter and air cleaner filter and you should get better gas miles


Just enough so that the skimmer is above the water and the pipes to the filter and filter can be drained.


An upright vacuum cleaner costs can vary depending on brands, features, filter type. In average an upright vacuum cleaner costs 150 to 300 us dollars.


It should be in the tubing in the air filter running into the throttle body. They are usually after the air cleaner.


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.


That's quite possible. A filter, or filter change should do the trick.



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