You will need to check with your airline carrier regarding transportation of Lithium batteries.
The device produces suction, Risk of entrapment present. Therefore, we warn, do not use when the operator or other are present as bathers.
No. All 8 batteries need to be used. Unit does not work if only 4 batteries are inserted on only one side of the chamber box.
A: Pool Blaster MAX and MAX CG – About 1 hour;
Pool Blaster Catfish – About 45 minutes;
Aqua Broom – 3 hours on 1 set of “D” cell batteries Q: How long will it take to recharge a Pool Blaster?
A: up to 4 hours Q: How long does the battery last?
A: It is rated at 1,000 hours, or about five years using it as frequently as 200 hours a year, more often than most pool owners will ever use it. Q: Can I buy a new battery?
A: You must purchase a battery motor box, which contains the battery, motor and electrical components but you probably will not need one for about five years. Q: How difficult is it to clean and replace the filter bag?
A: It is very easy and should only take you a minute or two to remove, clean and replace the filter bag.We recommend using a garden hose to rinse out the filter. Q: How long will a filter bag last?
A: That depends on the type of debris you are picking up. Larger debris such as twigs and leaves may punture the bag prematurely but you should get about two seasons depending on usage. Q: How often should I clean out my Pool Blaster Filter bag?
A: If you notice that the Pool Blaster is not picking up debris as you vacuum the pool, this is an indication that the bag needs to be emptied. The bag should always be emptied at the end of each use to prevent small particles from drying in the fabric and clogging the bag, we recommend using a garden hose to rinse the filter bag. Q: Are there any hoses?
A: There are no hoses, the Pool Blaster is battery operated, cordless and completely self contained. Q: What is the minimal inches my cleaner can work submerged?
A: Aqua Broom: 5 in. Catfish: 9 in. w/nose cap 11 in. w/vac head Pool Blaster Max / Max CG: 12 in. w/nose cap 14in. w/vac head Pro 900 15 in. w/nose cap 17 in w/vac head Pro 1500 15 in. w/nose cap 23 in. w/vac head Q: What do I do if my Pool Blaster unit has stopped taking a charge?
A: You can call the Water Tech call center at (800) 298-8800 prompt #2, or Click Here to access our Return Merchandise Authorization System. Q: Fine sand and silt is passing through my all-purpose filter bag, what can I do?
A: You can obtain a finer sand & silt bag or optional micro filter bags. You also may want to consider the Extreme multi-layer at this link for partsQ: Fine sand and silt is passing through my all-purpose filter bag, what can I do?
A: You can obtain a finer sand & silt bag or optional micro filter bags at this link for parts Q. What is the difference between the Max and the Pool Blaster CG?
A: Primarily the differences lie in their features and performance capabilities. Q. What is the difference between the iVac Aqua Broom & Aqua Broom?
A: The iVac Aqua Broom features 3 times the debris capturing capacity, twice the power and a 30% larger vacuum head compared to the current Aqua Broom model. Q. What is the difference between the Max and HD?
A: The HD has the same standard features as the Max except the HD provides you with a 40% larger capacity filter bag.
For best results we recommend where temperatures are between 50˚ F / 10˚C and 100˚ F / 37.7˚ C
We recommend to recharge the cleaner for 4 hours after each month. Remember this product has an internal battery and requires periodic charging when not in use.• Always clean the Nose Cap and Filter Bag before storing.
• Always store and charge your cleaner in a cool, dry indoor shelter.
• Recharge the cleaner indoors for 4 hours after each month of inactivity.
• Never leave your charger connected to the cleaner for more than 24 hours.