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Old 11-21-2017, 10:04 AM  
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Item one on your graphic should be You're or You are, your is possessive "your shirt". The "your system" is correct.

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I really wish to know how much will that cost? and where can I get one when my units failed?
The first time mine failed was under warranty so the installer took care of it. The second time it was out of warranty so I called the supplier that the installer used and was told it was a flat rate of $200 to repair the powerhead with a 90 day warranty. That's when I went to the pleated filters, changing when dirty. It's been at least 10 years and I really can't tell any difference.




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