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High Efficiency Filtration:
The filter pump has low energy consumption and high efficiency during operation.
The pump has a flow rate of 300 gallons per hour, helping your swimming pool maintain a stable, clean and hygienic water flow.
The filter pump is suitable for most brand types of inflatable swimming pools, 8-12 feet children and adult swimming pools, 10 feet / 12 feet frame pool models.
Easy to Maintain:
Ground pool pumps and filters are easy to clean and maintain.
You only need to rinse or replace the filter element (Type H) from time to time to keep the filter pump in the swimming pool running vigorously, and replace it every 2 to 3 weeks.
✨ STEPS FOR USAGE:
✔Step 1.Screw in the clasp and put the ring on the water pipe
✔step 2.Place the water pipe into the inlet and outlet
✔Step 3.TIghten the screws that hold the water line and the filter pump
✔Step 4.Install one end of the hose at the pool outlet
✔Step 5.Insert the filter into the outlet from inside the tank
Package Dimensions：9.17 x 9.13 x 8.78 inches
Item Weight;3.14 pounds
Flow rate: 300 gal / hr
Voltage: AC 110V, 50Hz,
1.We recommend operating the electric swimming pool filter for no more than 8 hours a day.
2.Conveniently replace the filter element. Suitable for type I filter element.
3.The pool pump must be used under the condition of water flow, otherwise it will be burnt out.
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