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Asurion Lawn & Garden Extended Protection Plan 4 Yearfrom Asurion, LLC
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XtremepowerUS Automatic Suction Vacuum-generic Climb Wall Pool Cleaner
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- 10 hoses included for up to 30' pool
- Require at least a 1 hp swimming pool pump or 1600 GHP to function properly.
- No tools required and no electricity needed
- Attaches to your existing filtration system
- We recommend to adjust the weights and the regulator valve to get the best results for a clean pool
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Requirements and Instructions
Connect to Pump
1 HP power pump or the pumps which are above 1 HP are recommended to use for this pool cleaner.
Connect to Filter
For better usage, the filter is recommended to wash every week and to keep it clean.
Function of yellow seal clip
Weighted stabilizer properly use the seal clip to keep the balance when you clean the pool. Recommended each Clip is for every 3-foot of depth of your pool.
How to use eye ball divert
Adjust or twist eye ball divert to change the flow of water and to make sure the water flowing can be inside with right direction.
Hoses need to be right length
The length of the hose is very important while using a pool cleaner. With a hose that is too long you can get it tangled while moving around and with one that is not long enough you may get some spots that are not clean. Provided with adjustable hose lengths you can add or take off the amount of hose needed for your pool for the best fit.
Clean up debris from flapper regularly
When using the pool cleaner you should always remember to clean the flapper regularly. Before and after you start using the pool clean cleaning the flapper can greatly increase the flow of the cleaning making it more efficient and fast. Check inside the flapper for debris that might be stuck or debris that is building up and may cause future problems.
Tips: Please do not put the pool cleaner into the pool during the non-pool season to avoid the debris get into the flapper, and clean up it first before you start to use it in the beginning of pool seaon.
No air in the hoses
To get the optimal use out of the pool cleaner you would want no air in the hose when running it. Before letting the pool cleaner do run its course around your pool leave the cleaner inside the pool for a couple of minutes to let all the air in the hose be pushed out by the water. After all the air is out of the hose you can enjoy using the pool cleaner to clean your pool with ease.
Most of pool chemicals or bleach would erode the materials of this pool cleaner. For avoiding the pool cleaner get eroded , you are supposed to wash the pool cleaner after using and also keep it away from water without using it. Specifically, except pool season , store the pool cleaner be outside of the pool in order to make it avoid erosion.
Smart Design - Adjustable Cleaner
Adjustable cleaner and diverter make it climb the walls of your pool and being a new cleaning pattern, also, it can be used by different positions by opening to redirect the return line water flow to clean properly in your pool, both of above ground and in ground.
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Instructions: Cleaner will not go into a shallow end that is less then 3ft deep.The hoses may not connect too tight so that the pool cleaner can move freely and reach more spots. Minor air leaking from the connection is normal. The cleaner won't pick up leaves and articles.
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First - my pool is an old 20x40 vinyl lined, sand bottom pool. It's literally got nothing but sharp corners and angles that eat pool vacuums for breakfast, or any other time it's hungry. It's surrounded by trees, big trees. This pool is where vacuums go to die.
That said - this is a 4 star review solely because there is nothing helpful included with the vac to explain WHY it might not be working. So here we go:
1) Hose, weight, return management:
Line one - don't use all the included hose sections if you have old ones! The "heavy duty" hose is cool in theory, but its weight and relative inflexibility caused movement issues for me. My pool is 9' deep, and I found that using only two sections of the aqua hose was sufficient - but use them! This machine is designed to work with that weight, but the sections that always sit at the surface should be replaced with something lighter and more flexible.
This vacuum works by "hopping" with the motion and weight of the flapper inside, and without a separate power source, it can have trouble consistently fighting the hose, especially on walls.
Weights- I found the third yellow weight to be unneeded, and it's been on my table out here for months. I put the first weight right on the end of the vac, and the second one mid way through the second section of hose. That's it, just check on it because it will slide down due to vibration.
Returns- for the love of God, don't point your returns up at the surface while using this! The current will catch the hose like a sail and you'll never get good coverage. Just point them down a little.
2) Things get stuck in it!
So this guy has already munched away hundreds of leaves. Does it occasionally get caught? Yep, but the easy fix for me (aided by the fact that I have wall suction right next to returns) is to pull it off suction, put it in front of the return until you see it jump off the floor, and put it right back on suction. So far, has gone right back to putting instantly.
3) It sucks! It just sits there or doesn't climb the walls!
Well guess what - I would bet you my pool that it's your filter/pump, and not this vacuum. My pool laughs at vacuums with its angles, bumpy surfaces, and other assorted pitfalls - kind of how you caught at the cat trying to catch a laser pointer dot. This vac laughs at the pool trying to stop it.
BUT WHY? You need great flow and heavy suction. I think that might even be a movie title. I have one skimmer operating, the other half is the vacuum on wall. That's it, the second skimmer stays off. I DO NOT use that regulator pipe they gave me. I'm not even sure where it is.
But here is the rub - even with a 1hp pump, if my FILTER is not clean, the vacuum will not, I repeat, WILL NOT WORK. As another reviewer said, "it just sits there in the deep end and sucks."
No. You suck at maintaining your pool! This vacuum even tells you, if you listen. On a recently backwashed or clean filter, the vac goes "rata-tat-tat-tat" in very fast succession - multiple times per second. The vacuum cruises fast and powers through everything. As the filter fills up, and water flow slows down, the frequency decreases and the vacuum starts to suck, figuratively. But not anymore literally.
I need to backwash my filter EVERY WEEK to maintain efficiency. I was doing it less frequently until this vacuum showed me the light.
CHECK YOUR FILTER! It's 90% more likely that is causing any issue than the vacuum itself - barring broken parts or defect, obviously.
So look - I almost bought a vacuum twice as expensive than the paltry $90 I paid for this one, which has already paid for itself in time saved, how awesome the pool looks, and lower maintenance elsewhere. I'm glad a review swayed me to give it a shot, because it's been fantastic.
Remember, be smarter than the machine you're using and find the root of the problem! Great product.
The kit came with all the necessary parts - the cleaner itself, the hose sections, the hose weights, and the pressure regulator that allows you to adjust the water bypass at the skimmer connection. The hose sections are the same size as the ones you can buy for a Barracuda or Kreepy Krauly at your local pool supply store.
One guy at a pool store told me they only expect them (the name brand ones) to last about two years, so if you believe that you'd spend about $175-$200 per year on average. I figured that for about $80-$85, I could buy one of these every year if necessary and still save money!
I did run into one problem though and it took me a while to figure it out. It may be a coincidence, but once the water got cold all of a sudden my generic Kreepy Krauly wouldn't move when the pump came on each day. The flapper seemed to get stuck against one side. Interestingly, if I reached into the water and fiddled with the flapper with my fingers, I could get it moving again and then it would run for several hours until my pump cycled off. But the next day when the timer started the pump again, it wouldn't move again until I started it manually.
I did all the usual fixes - I made sure the pool was backwashed and the pressure was correct. There was no debris inside the head obstructing the flapper, or in any other part of the cleaner. There was plenty of suction - obviously that wasn't the problem because once I started it manually it would run just fine.
After much trial and error I finally figured out that the baffle plate was rubbing against the flapper, just barely, but enough to keep the flapper from starting to move. It always got stuck against the same side where the screw holds the baffle plate on.
All I can guess is that the flapper is mostly rubber and expanded just the slightest bit now that the water is cold.
One side of the baffle plate is held with a screw, and the other side is held in place by two small protrusions from the plate that fit into holes in the cleaner head. The holes allow the baffle plate to move up and down just a little bit on one side, maybe just 1/8", but the other side where the screw is cannot move.
I tried loosening the screw, but the suction just pulled the plate against the flapper. So I finally hit on the solution of putting a small washer under the baffle plate, held in place by the screw. This lifts the baffle plate just enough to keep it from rubbing up against the flapper.
I bought a stainless steel washer at my local hardware store so that it wouldn't rust. The screw that comes with the Kreepy Krauly is also stainless steel. I have posted photos of the fix with this review - I hope it saves somebody else some time! In the picture the screw is not tightened all the way down yet, just for illustration purposes, but I did tighten it snugly against the washer before I put it back in the water.
Please see the other posts and replies from other users - there is lots of good information. I did buy another one of these in Feb 2016, so the original one lasted about 21 months. See the third picture that shows the wear on the original one compared to the new one just out of the box. The baffle cover tabs eventually wear against and enlarge the slots that they fit into. So my original washer technique only worked when the holes were only beginning to wear. But the larger the slots got, the more drastic the effort became to keep the baffle plate from touching and thus hindering the movement of the flapper.
It has been four months since I got the new one, and there is no sign yet of the slots getting larger. It's still working great. Hopefully the manufacturer has used harder plastic or increased the thickness of it around the tab slots.
I know there are some doubters, but I still think it's worth it. I just checked a national pool supply web site and the name brand Kreepy Krauly is listed for $350 and the Baracuda G3 is listed for $280. (I'll never get a Baracuda again - those rubber "throats" wear out too quickly and I just checked that same pool supply web site and they list for $52!!)
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