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White Deposits in a Watermaid Cell

White deposits in a cell are normal and are a by-product of the generation of chlorine by the cell.  The white deposits that build up in the cell are calcium.  The most common cause for the calcium is from the products that you put in the pool.  Granular shock is about 1/2 calcium.   Chlorine […]

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Watermaid cell connector

There have been a number of people (me included) that have difficulty with the new solar connector on the Watermaid EZY clean cell. I am attaching a small video to show how the connector comes apart. I hope this helps.

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Pool Cleaning Robot Basics Choosing the right automatic Pool Cleaner Episode 5

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Choosing the right Pool Cleaner Point me in the right direction This will be the last post in this series (I think).  I hope that these posts have helped you in choosing the right pool cleaner for your needs. Choosing the right automatic Pool Cleaner. Is a remote control model what you are looking for? […]

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Pool Cleaning Robot Basics What is the Right Pool Robot for Me Episode 4

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What is the right pool robot for me Driving me up the wall We have figured out how these things vacuum and move but there are a few features that need to be understood before we can decide what is the right pool robot for me.  How a robot climbs walls and cleans the water […]

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Pool Cleaning Robot Basics What is the best Pool Robot for Me Episode 3

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Pool Robot Basics Lets get moving We are well on our way to choosing the best pool robot our you specific requirements.  Now that we have figured out how to suck up the dirt in the pool, we need to move the robot to get the pool cleaned.  Wheels, tracks and jet propulsion are used […]

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Pool Cleaning Robot Basics What is the best Pool Vacuum Episode #2

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Pool Vacuum Basics How do we get the Dirt http://youtu.be/sMQH1rHVaz4 To start out, we need to have a bit of knowledge of how these things work.  The obvious idea is to vacuum the dirt out of the pool and save the owner the task of doing it manually.  All pool vacuums use a pump to pull water […]

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Keegan Joins Watermaid

Hello everyone, my name is Keegan Manning; I am a 20 year old marketing student from Georgian College.  Currently I am on my Co-op term here at Watermaid of Canada Inc.  Watermaid has asked me to come on and help them with their marketing activities.  This is of a great help to me since I […]

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Pool Robot Logic. How does it work?

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  There are often questions about the logic of the pool robots on the market.  There is a lot of mis-information about what is going on inside of these things and how they figure out where they should go to get a pool cleaned.  One of the best programs for doing this is the Aqua […]

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Real Energy Savings with your Pool Robot

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As the popularity of Pool Robots increases, the true benefits of these machines becomes more and more clear.  Most are purchased to get the dirt out of the pool and for some it is simply an alternative to pushing a pole around the pool with a vac head plugged into the skimmer or suction fitting. […]

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Using an external timer with your Aqua Products pool robot

The procedure below is from Aqua Products. It explains how to use an external timer with your pool robot. It is often convenient to have your pool robot come on after the pool pump has been switched off for an hour or two. This gives suspended debris time to settle to the bottom where it […]

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