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Maintenance Kit Instructions and Tips

Using the leaf net:
• Insert the leaf net into the end of the telescopic pole (A).
• Adjust the pole to desired length. (FIG 3)
• Use the leaf net (B) to scoop out leaves and debris inside the pool.

Tip:

For larger pools, stand in the center of the pool, and scoop out debris from the center outward. A second person standing outside the pool can pick out anything that remains in the net when you turn the leaf net upside down outside of the pool. You can tap it lightly on the metal frame to shake off debris.

Using the vacuum head with PolyPool or Summer Escape’s patented SkimmerPlus® Filter Pump System: (FIG 1)

Note: Unplug pump from wall outlet before installing / removing vacuum. 


• Insert the vacuum head (C) to the telescopic pole (A). Adjust the pole to desired length. (FIG 3)
• Tighten the plug located at the rear of the vacuum head (C).
• Connect the flexible hose (D) to the vacuum head (C) and secure with the hose clamp (G).
• Connect the other end of the flexible hose (D) to the vacuum adapter (H).
• Place the vacuum head (C) in the water.
• Remove the weir from the skimmer pump by turning it away from the pump and pull.
• With the Skimmer pump running, insert the vacuum adapter (H) through the skimmer pump intake opening and place the adapter on top of the skimmer strainer.
• The vacuum generated will suck the vacuum adapter (H) in place. Vacuum the pool by slowly moving the vacuum head (C) across the pool floor.
• Avoid stirring up piles of debris or dirt that might have accumulated on the floor.
• After you finished vacuuming, remove the vacuum head (C) from the water. Detach the vacuum adapter (H) from the SkimmerPlus® filter pump. Reattach the weir to the SkimmerPlus® filter pump.

Tips:

Once vacuuming is complete, wash out the filter canister thoroughly, utilizing the drain cap to let water wash out the canister. Detach the pump and clean it out, it is possible that the pump will fail to start after a vacuuming session.

Do not use the Deluxe Maintenance Kit with the CP-2000c pump. The water intake passes through the pump before it reaches the filter. The vacuuming might cause debris to enter the pump and damage it. When cleaning is required, use the leaf net and the Venturi or Standard Maintenance Kit.

Using the VENTURI action system if you do not have a SkimmerPlus® filter pump: (FIG 2)
• Connect the vacuum head (C) to the telescopic pole (A). Adjust the pole to desired length. (FIG 3)
• Unscrew the plug from the vacuum head (C).
• Connect a 5/8-inch garden hose to the vacuum head (C), tighten by turning the lock nut.
• Attach the vacuum bag (E) to the vacuum head (C), use the draw string to tighten the bag.
• Place the vacuum head (C) inside the pool.
• Connect the garden hose to a water supply and turn it on. This will create the venture vacuum action at the vacuum head (C), and dirt will be sucked into the vacuum bag (E).
• Vacuum the pool by slowly moving the vacuum head (C) across the pool floor.
• Avoid stirring up any piles of debris or dirt that might have accumulated on the floor.
• After you are done with the vacuuming or when the vacuum bag (E) is filled, move the vacuum head (C) to the side wall of the pool, turn the vacuum head (C) upside down, shut off the water supply and remove the vacuum head (C) from the water slowly. Detach the vacuum bag (E) and rinse with running water.
Hang dry and store the vacuum bag for future use.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 1-888-919-0070.  You can also contact us at warranty@polygroup.com

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