#1 Drain Water from the top of the cover.
#2 Insert all baskets at skimmer and pump, insert all plugs & pressure gauge & gently tighten.
#3 Before turning on pump be sure that it is primed. Pour water into the pump basket until water enters the line to the pool, then secure the lid.
#4 Turn on pump with the filter set on backwash.
#5 Run until the backwash water clears, turn the pump off & set to rinse, run until water is clear. Now you are ready to filter.
Enzyme Water Treatment
The purpose of an enzyme is to break down organic matter. They do it very well, in plants and animals. Enzyme use in pools help reduce sanitizer demand by consuming invisible organic matter in the pool or spa. For large commercial pools, using enzymes in the pool can reduce sanitizer demand and shocking, while breaking down the oils that deposit themselves on the tile line and skimmers. regular enzyme use in such pools will increase filter run cycles and lifespan of the pool filter media. For mesh covers pools that always tend to open green, using an enzyme as part of the winterization process can greatly reduce spring clean up. In the winter the enzymes stay active, unlike chlorine which evaporates leaving the pool defenseless for months against algae growth.