"T" Nut and
Filter Clamp Ring
3.5 Clamp Installation
Be certain the o-ring is in position in the lower
sandwiching the o-ring between the two halves.
clamp in the proper orientation (See Fig. 9).
clamp ring halves touch each other, or are within
but do not overtighten as the
clamp can break. If unable to tighten as indicated,
and retighten if necessary.
Follow these instructions carefully.
Improper clamp installation can cause
the filter lid to be blown off, which can
result in death, serious personal injury,
or property damage.
Section 4. Start-Up and Operation
NOTE This section applies to both new pool and
Turn off the pump. Switch off the circuit breaker
to the pump motor.
Cartridge Pool Filters - CL and CV Series Filters
call a service
Check that the tank clamp is correctly seated and
tight (See Figs. 9 and 10).
NEVER start pump while standing
the pump while there is pressurized air
in the system can cause the filter lid to
be blown off, which can cause death,
serious personal injury or property
NEVER operate the filter system at
cause the filter lid to be blown off, which
can cause death, serious personal injury
or property damage.
DO NOT operate filter at water temperatures above
manufacturer's recommendations will shorten the
life span of the filter and void the warranty.
basket with water to prime the system. Replace the
lid. (You may have to do this several times on new
and seasonal start-ups.)
Completely open the air release valve on the
the back of the assembly fully counterclockwise
(do not remove the knob).
were installed in the system.
circulate water through the system. When a steady
stream of water starts to come out of the air release
valve, close the valve.
Watch the pressure gauge to be sure that the
pressure does not exceed 50 psi (with clean
cartridges). If the pressure approaches 50 psi,
immediately turn the pump off and clean the
troubleshooting guide in Section 8 for possible
causes and solutions.
and start the pump to