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- My Pool: Pool built around 1987. About 28,000 Gal. Diamatoceous filter with booster pump and polaris cleaner. Diving board and Slide.
- Location: Orange Park, FL
Question: What's the best way to fix this? Set up the cleaner with a new line or go under the deck and make the repair?
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- My Pool: 16 x 32 gunite21000 gal., Diamond Brite Blue, Swimquip XL pump, DE36
- Location: Texas
Going under the deck is expensive and cumbersome.
Consider direct excavating and replacing the section of deck with smartly design cover-up like a section of flagstones etc., even matching one more spot on the perimeter.
It all depends on the level of investment. You need a good reliable access to the repair spot.
You can postpone this till spring, by plugging the inlet with a threaded plug as well as the output on the booster pump. Make sure you disconnect the load side of the time clock for the booster !
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