If on the top, no. If on the side it should be fine. I did this on ours and no issues in 15+ years.Random question - parapet walls - can I run a conduit against them (screw mounted), or is it ill-advised?
And on the same project - any issues taking wiring from a plug point to feed two spot lights?
yes all the parts are available separately.So re my renovations and pool with cement and other stuff falling in.
Started to vacuum to waste. But stopped when I couldn't see any further in the pool due to cloudiness. Amount of **** caught in Weir basket meant I couldn't lift it out. Ended up breaking basket and vacuum lid. Today put new parts in, to resume vacuuming.
Speck pump is dead. Looks like the debris got in through the two baskets and read the pump it's last rites.
Can speck pumps be serviced. So gatvol thinking if I need to get a new pump installed, will just get professionals to come solve everything including getting all the debris out of the pool
Leave the wiring go to China mall and buy led solar floodlights.Will have to check, can't recall how the gutters are spaced - its for two spotlights, the garden is too dark for my liking.
I had some before that I bought from Builders, they ended up with moisture inside, and lasted about 3 months... will have a look what they have at China town though.Leave the wiring go to China mall and buy led solar floodlights.
They have day night sensors and work throughout the night.
I just out up 6 around the property
Pump powers up but just hear a humming sound. I can see sand and small stones in the filter cage - something that was never there before. Now just wondering - as I did want to do pool pump enclosure and was planning to replace pool filter sand, do I try repair or just do full replace of everything - then will be happy that everything is hopefully sorted for the next few years.yes all the parts are available separately.
when you say pump is dead, what does it do?