How To: Replace Foam Filters in a Laguna Pressure Flo Filter How To: Replace Foam Filters in a Laguna Pressure Flo Filter Today I'm going to show you how to replace the foam filters in your Laguna Pressure-Flo Filter.
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How To: Replace Foam Filters in a Laguna Pressure Flo Filter

How To: Replace Foam Filters in a Laguna Pressure Flo Filter

Hi, I'm Joe from webbsonline and today I'm going to show you how to replace the foam filters in your Laguna Pressure-Flo Filter.

The foam filters in your Pressure-Flo Filter won't last forever and eventually will need to be replaced. To do so:

1. With the pump running, go ahead and pull up on the cleaning handles to their max. This will get the cleaning blades out of the way around the foam. Without the pump running it's almost impossible to move these handles.

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2. Now, make sure the pump and filter are both unplugged and disconnect all tubing.

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3. Remove the lid clamp and pull up on the filter lid.

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4. You now have access to the foam filters. Pull up and remove the support frame.

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Remove the old pads. Go ahead and replace with the new. Reassemble the filter in the reverse order.

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Article Posted: 03/01/2017 09:00:03 AM

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