Hayward’s Poolvergnuegen is a great suction-side pool cleaner that comes with self-adjusting turbine blades to overcome one drawback of suction-side cleaners, which is that they often have a minimum horsepower threshold to reach before they operate correctly.
Also question is, how do I stop my pool cleaner from climbing walls?
Similarly one may ask, how do I adjust the speed on my pool cleaner?
What is a suction side vacuum for pool?
What is a suction-side pool cleaner. It’s basically a vacuum that uses the pressure from the pool’s intake to suck in water as it moves around the pool to remove bugs, leaves, hair, and other debris. The dirt is sucked into your pool’s filtration system, where you can easily remove the filter basket and clean it.
All pools both above ground and in-ground need to be vacuumed. Theoretically you can abandon all vacuuming duties, but watch your pool water look disgusting, dirty and cloudy. The process of vacuuming keeps chemicals working their best and increases the desire and appeal, especially on a hot summer day.
For pools 4′ deep or less, use 1 hose weight 4″ to 12″ from the cleaner. For pools of 4-7′ deep, use 2 weights, one 4″ to 12″ from the cleaner and one 6′ from the cleaner. For pools from 8′ to 12′ deep, use a third weight, placed 10 ft. from the swivel end of the cleaner.
There is an obstruction in the cleaner. Remove the consumer inspection plate at the bottom of the cleaner (one self contained screw needs to be loosened) and see if a rock, twig or large piece of debris has stuck between the bearings and turbine. Shake the head of the cleaner to dislodge any internal debris.