Easiest auto cleaner to self repair

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Easiest auto cleaner to self repair

Postby streamer1 » Sat 06 Jun, 2009 13:21

We have had a Great White pool cleaner for several years, and have been quite happy with it. However, once a year we have to have many parts replaced and it is quite expensive.

I would like to find a automatic pool cleaner/scrubber that works well, but one that I can just buy the replacement parts and repair myself.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Pat


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Easiest auto cleaner to self repair

Postby mr_clean » Sat 06 Jun, 2009 15:46

Poolvergnuegen 2-wheel cleaner

very easy to maintain & can not get stuck on any shaped pool.
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Easiest auto cleaner to self repair

Postby streamer » Wed 10 Jun, 2009 15:16

Can I replace worn parts myself?
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Re: Easiest auto cleaner to self repair

Postby Rowdyron » Fri 27 Apr, 2018 22:20

I have found the sand shark easy to repair it’s the same mechanism as the pool shark and clever cleaner it’s nearly always the ocilator and the clutch in other words the bits that move the fastest, it’s a brilliant bit of gearing and once you’ve done it you can see there’s no reason it can’t go on forever
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Re: Easiest auto cleaner to self repair

Postby Teapot » Sat 28 Apr, 2018 07:21

Save your money and time and do it manually. Straight to the dirt patches, no missed bits and less stiring up of the pool water so it looks like you have a clean pool until it re settles the following day. Ex pool robot owner!

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