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    June 12, 2009

    Points on Price

    While internet dealers may conjure more negative characteristics of underbidding and unaccountability, a dedicated effort by manufacturers has kept robotics viable for traditional industry players.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Dealing with Discoloration

    Perhaps the most common liner problem is discoloration.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Taming Stains

    A major factor in vinyl-liner pool care that should be considered is air temperature, which has a profound effect on water.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Basic Pool Tools

    Service techs turn to these trusty tools time and again when on their routes:Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Vinyl Basics

    If you have spent most of your career working exclusively on concrete pools, it’s crucial to learn about the distinct differences between vinyl and concrete before accepting maintenance jobs that involve package pools.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Enemy No. 1

    Besides harsh chemicals, one of the worst enemies of vinyl liners is ultra-violet light from the sun.Read More

     
     
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    Ultimate Tech Manual

    January 01, 2002

    Diagnosing Spa Problems

    One of the toughest things about fixing a portable spa is diagnosing the problem.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Tool Organization

    As any good mechanic will attest, the right tool for the job is essential.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Useful Tools

    Pool service technicians rely on a variety of tools made especially for their job, including nets, vac hoses and lid wrenches.Read More

     
     
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    January 01, 2002

    Electrical Examination

    When an electric motor stops running, use your ohmmeter or multimeter to check the electrical system.Read More

     
     
 
 
 
 

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