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Clogging pump making me crazy!

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Old February 16th 11, 04:46 PM
kartlonbaugh kartlonbaugh is offline
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I have been thinking, I need to concentrate my efforts in the colander.First, I glued a scrap of nylon window screening in exports skimmer hose skimmer out there, but this is a bad idea - it Completely blocked immediately. I think I need to roam on the screen skimmer basket, but it must be a close fit to capture everything.
Old May 30th 11, 07:40 PM
alvirrojohnn alvirrojohnn is offline
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I accumulate cerebration that I charge to apply my efforts at the skimmer. At first I alert a atom of nylon window screening over the aperture in the skimmer area the corrupt leaves the skimmer, but THAT was a bad abstraction - it completely chock-full appropriate away.

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