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12222 Polaris® RANGER CREW® XP 900
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Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I didn't install it yet. But how do I use the red and blue chip? My old one does not have it. Install either the red disc smaller hole or blue disc larger hole if water pressure is too high and adjust with the releif valve.
Seems to be a genuine Polaris part, but when I replaced my old with the new, the end with the hose connector popped right off! Even with the pressure reducer installed, the top just pops off and won't stay on. My 7-year-old Polaris was operating sluggishly, so I took it to the local pool store. They replaced several of the "wear" parts, which didn't hurt, but didn't solve the problem of slow operation.
I then found that the source of the problem was the pressure relief valve that is part of this fitting.
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As soon as I replaced it, the Polaris operated up to speed. Depending on the condition of your wall fitting, you can either replace the entire assembly, as with this unit, or just the relief valve itself, which just screws out of the assembly. Seems to be genuine brand name product they Replaced the broken one easily. My little pool cleaner is back and running again. It only took a minute to put in Pool repair guys told me to order this and fix it myself to save plenty money, and I was not disappointed.
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Maybe it was glued thier since you would typically only use it for the polaris. So to solve I went and purchased another polaris adapter and attached it to the fountain hose. Which does solve my connectivity issue the problem is the polaris adapter contricts the water flow to the point the fountain only goes about 3 feet when an I turn on the auxillary pump. I also tried connecting the fountain the main return jet and put a plug in the other just to test and I got about a 15ft spray. However, I would like to conncet to the polaris line and get a 15ft spray if possible.
After a closer inspection I beleive my problem is the restrictor that is part of the fitting that goes in the outlet for the polaris. If I could somehow remove the fitting that goes in the outlet for the polaris then I could hook it up just like I did to the main return Does anyone have any suggestions? If so what can you use to remove it I tried a wrench and it wouldn't budge. I'm afraid I might break it if I apply to much pressure.
Our pool has a Polaris The pool came with the house and is at least years old, inground plaster. When we first tried to remove the Polaris connector, it typically unscrewed the adapter from the wall of the pool, so this one at least was meant to be unscrewed. I now know 'the trick' to wiggle it a little as I twist it so it doesn't unscrew the adapter. Maybe a pair of channel lock pliers?
If you break it though, don't blame me! Actually its the adapter I want to get out.