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I also have a similar valve (Jandy) it is not broken but the unit when it was new was clear , now it is hazzy, and I can't figure how to clean it so I can read the pressure gage again, any suggestions ?
I think that the thicker the tile in almost any installation would keep it from popping off more. You would have thinset and grout that have more lateral surface area. So yes I would say it matters. How much? Not really sure. If you adhere to all installation procedures for your tile it will work. Maybe the thicker tile has less long-term upkeep (due ...
A basic installation, would look something like this. Equipotential Bonding You'll bury a continuous loop of 8 AWG solid copper conductor around the pool 680.26(B)(2)(b)(1 & 2). The loop should be 4-6" deep 680.26(B)(2)(b)(5), and between 18-24" from the pool 680.26(B)(2)(b)(4). You'll then bond the frame of the pool to this loop, at 4 uniformly ...
You need to BOND the pool structure and any equipment (motors, etc) or metal parts associated with the water circulation system. You also need to bond the water itself. Ground rods are NOT required other than for a sub-panel (if installed outside the house). Pools are quite complicated as far as the electrical requirements go. IMO this is NOT a DIY job and ...
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