Bubbles coming out of the water fed pole

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Jonathan Harwood, Sep 17, 2016.

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  1. Jonathan Harwood

    Jonathan Harwood Newcomer
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    I noticed I am starting to see fine bubbles coming out of my water fed pole. I have a water tank going to my pump, then to my resin tank then to my watered pole, the TDS reading is at 0, and I checked my tubing lines going from water tank to pump to filter for fine holes but I see nothing. Any suggestions on why and how to repair the problem? Much appreciate your feedback.
     
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  2. Solarpanelcleanington

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    Is it first thing in the morning?
     
  3. Jonathan Harwood

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    Not really. I notice it through out the day, and it just started within the last week?
     
  4. CHWS

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    That happens to me sometimes , I haven't a clue why either lol
     
  5. peter rogers

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    there is a small hole somewhere on your reel or hoses to reel
     
  6. Marko067

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    If you've got bubbles coming out all the time, your pump is sucking air in somewhere and pumping it out. Check your hose and connections between your tank and the pump. Maybe a hose clamp just needs tightening.
     
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  7. David K

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    Agree with mark . When I get " champagne "out of my brush , I know there's air in the system . I usually disconnect the hose to my reel and crank the pump up to max , then it caughs a bit ,and I'm good to go ...
     
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