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Old 01-12-2015, 09:25 PM  
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I figured out where they go. I tore back a little insulation and yes one of the pipes that goes to those 2 is completely broken. Its the one that goes to (or from more likely) the main filter. The other one goes to one of the jet pumps. Looks like I should be able to get a union/PVC splice and glue it in. Ill have to jack this thing up though.
I am still bothered by the fact that we couldn't find anything about these thing and the fact that some were recalled because thry could hold some one to the surface. At least have a look at how hard it would be to remove if it looks like a standard size hole. I would be a shame to be that close and leave possible hazard in place.


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I am still bothered by the fact that we couldn't find anything about these thing and the fact that some were recalled because thry could hold some one to the surface. At least have a look at how hard it would be to remove if it looks like a standard size hole. I would be a shame to be that close and leave possible hazard in place.
What was the recall for exactly?


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Old 01-12-2015, 09:35 PM  
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I don't know if it appied to yours but if some one covered a drain it would suck them to it and they could not move. Scary stuff with kids.
That might b worth a call to the company
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After looking again it does look like they have holes all around the sides so maybe that's nothing to worry about.
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Ill keep it in mind.


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