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Filter Wont Pick Up Fine Dust In Pool

Filter Wont Pick Up Fine Dust In Pool

Aug 15, 2012 I then put mixed up a little DE and put it into the skimmer slowly 13 of a cup mixed up, then wait 20 minutes. Repeat this process until the filter pressure reads 1 pound higher than clean. This puts some DE at the top of the sand filter, and helps to pick up the fine particles. Then I vacummed up with the filter on Filter mode.

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    Aug 15, 2012 I then put mixed up a little DE and put it into the skimmer slowly 13 of a cup mixed up, then wait 20 minutes. Repeat this process until the filter pressure reads 1 pound higher than clean. This puts some DE at the top of the sand filter, and helps to pick up the fine particles. Then I vacummed up with the filter on Filter mode.

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