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    Polaris Turbo Turtle Automatic Above Ground Pool Cleaner

    Polaris Turbo Turtle Automatic Above Ground Pool Cleaner is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
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    Item # E1496
    $244.99

      Turbo Turtle Combines a Fun Design with Powerful Pool Cleaning Action

      Make pool cleaning a blast with the Polaris Turbo Turtle. This automatic above ground pool cleaner may feature a cute and lively design, but it means business when it comes to cleaning. Powered by water pressure as it returns to the pool, the Turbo Turtle is ideal for all above ground pools with depths up to five feet. It will suck up debris in even tricky and hard-to-reach spots like pool corners while also trapping even large debris in a self-contained filter bag.

      • The Polaris Turbo Turtle Automatic Above Ground Pool Cleaner operates with standard pumps and filtration systems
      • Powered by the pressure of clean water returning to the pool
      • Sweeps the bottom and side of your above ground pool in three hours or less
      • Leave the filter and skimmer free to capture contaminants
      • Comes with 24 ft. of floating hose
      • Features a one-year warranty

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      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic aid for pool enjoyment! We've had Tyler (the turtle) since we put the pool in over 10 years ago. He really takes a lot of trouble out of pool care. He even picked up a nail that I dropped in the pool while taking the cover off. With him and our Frog clorinating system, my whole pool care regiment takes under an hour each month. And I have crystal clear water with all the chemicals in balance.
      Date published: 2015-06-18
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from auto vacums these little guys are great, hook them up and let them go! with in couple of hours your pool is ready to go. Just empty the bag and go!
      Date published: 2014-01-26
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product This is the second one we've gotten and it's a great product !
      Date published: 2015-07-17
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does great Fast shipping, received today, installed quickly and pool is clean. Hope it last as long as last one I bought. Thank you
      Date published: 2016-08-24
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      • This cleaner is for above ground pools up to 28 feet round, and up to 5 feet deep regardless of uneven bottom.
      • If the pool is greater than 28 feet, customer will need an extension. 7 foot extensions available – ZZOD0051 (Polaris# 6-221-00).
      • Weighs 19 lbs.

      Problem: Polaris Turbo Turtle does not clean the entire pool or runs slowly.

      • Feel around the pressure relief valve (#27). If it is not releasing excess water, clean or backwash the pool filter.
      • Check the filter screen (#33) in the quick disconnect for debris and clean it, if necessary.
      • Check that the float hose (#25) is adjusted correctly. See page 4.
      • Check the surface module operation by following the steps below:
      1. Remove the surface module top(#1) by unscrewing the two phillips-head screws (#14) from the body bottom (#11) and lifting slightly at the rear of the surface module top.
      2. Turn on the Polaris. Make sure the randomizer tube (#8) is moving from front to back. If it is, refer to step c on page 7. If it is not, the filter connector (#8) may be clogged. To check the filter connector, disconnect the float hose (#25) from the mechanism (#2) and look into the mechanism. About half way down in the center of the randomizer tube, you can see the white filter connector. If it is covered with debris or algae, remove the connector chamber (#9), pull on the randomizer tube and clean the filter connector. If it is not, the piston (#5) will need to be replaced.
      3. While the Polaris is operating, watch the randomizer ball (#7) in the mechanism (#2). If it does not move with two minutes and the randomizer tube (#8) is moving back and forth, the mechanism will need to be replaced.
      • Verify that the water pressure is between 5 and 10 psi. A pressure tester (part #6-113-00) is available through your participating Polaris dealer.

      Problem: Surface module dives under the water or leans to one side

      • Make sure the hoses are not twisted.
      • Hold the surface module out of the water and drain. Shake the surface module. If there is water sloshing in the body bottom (#11), it will need to be drained. To drain the body bottom, disconnect both the float hose (#25) and the sweep hose (#17) from the surface module. Remove the two phillips-head screws (#14) on the bottom of the surface module.
      • Unscrew the pressure relief valve (#27) until the holes are exposed. Adjust it in or out until the surface module levels off.
      • Verify that the water pressure is between 5 and 10 psi. A pressure tester (part #6-113-00) is available through your participating Polaris dealer.

      Problem: The float hose remains coiled.

      • See “Polaris does not clean entire pool” on page 6.
      • Lay the float hose (#25) out straight in the sun to remove the coils.

      Problem: Surface module moves too fast.

      • Unscrew the pressure relief valve (#27) until the holes are exposed. Adjust it in or out until the surface module slows down.
      • Verify that the water pressure is between 5 and 10 psi. A pressure tester (part #6-113-00) is available through your participating Polaris dealer.

      Problem: Bag does not stay on the pool floor.

      • Check that the bag (#23) has been installed correctly, see page 5.
      • The flow of water through the Polaris Turbo Turtle could be too high. See “Surface module moves too fast.”
      • Check for air bubbles around the jet body assembly (#18). If bubbles are present, there may be air entering the plumbing line. Contact a pool professional.

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