Having an automatic pool cleaner can ease the life of a pool-owner on so many levels – it doesn’t take your time, it saves you energy and your pool is much cleaner. It doesn’t matter which type of automatic pool cleaner you have, they satisfy the specific needs that they are made for.
However, when it comes to the first steps like installing them, there can be many questions asked and a lot of information about installing an automatic pool cleaner is unknown.
In order to help responsible pool owners who have automatic pool cleaners or intend to have one, we managed to find some information about how to install and hook up an automatic pool cleaner – it will surely be helpful and it will definitely save you from having to lose nerves the first few times.
There are three different types of automatic pool cleaners and they require different hooking up methods and ways, which is how we divided them in order to give you accurate and helpful information.
This type of pool cleaners are supposed to be attached to the suctioning side of the pool, more accurately in the plumbing as the water is getting drawn out of it in order for it to filter as it is supposed to. If hooked up correctly, they will clean leaves and other small debris. However, these types of pool cleaners are the hardest to hook up. There are numerous things the user must do before they can expect for the pool cleaner to do its magic. Whether you have an above-ground or an in-ground pool, the operation is the same, and here it is:
These cleaners that use pressure to move around in your pool are excellent for those who have problems with branches or acorns as a larger debris that can be found in the pool. They filter the water and push it back in the pool. There are several things that should be done to get a pressure-side cleaner working.
As robotic cleaners are found as most helpful – it is known that they are the easiest to hook up – you just need to plug it in an outlet (GFCI protected one). After it is plugged in, you carefully drop the robotic cleaner in your pool and it does the job itself.
It moves by itself on different surfaces of the pool and it takes the dirt in a mesh bag. They are known to be beneficial to the duration of the whole pool’s filtration system and they are helpful if you want to save on chemical usage.
With these tips on how to hook up your automatic pool cleaner we can assure you – your pool will be clean and your device will be protected from possible negative effects. However, as universal these rules are, they can be different when it comes to a specific product so make sure that you have carefully red your owner’s manual before hooking up your automatic pool cleaner.
Being careful can never be a bad thing – be protected and have your pool as clean as possible with these small but meaningful steps.