Polaris Vac-Sweep 65

Powered by the pressure of clean water returning to your pool

Polaris' best above ground automatic pool cleaner is powered by the pressure of clean water returning to your pool.

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Powered by the pressure of clean water returning to your pool

The Polaris 65 is our best above ground automatic pool cleaner. It installs in minutes and is suitable for all aboveground pools up to 5-feet deep. It loosens debris in hard-to-reach places and traps large debris, like leaves and pebbles, in its own filter bag. The Polaris Vac-Sweep® 65 is designed for all aboveground pools up to five feet deep, even those with an uneven bottom.

Features

  • Installs in minutes. Operates with pumps and filtration systems normally found on aboveground pools and vacuums the bottom and sweeps the sides in three hours or less.
  • Patented jet sweep assembly blows water against the pool wall to loosen debris in hard-to-reach places and then sweeps it into an easy-to-remove filter bag. Powered by the pressure of clean water returning to your pool, leaving both the filter and skimmer free to eliminate contaminants. Unique filter bag removes debris before it reaches your pump basket or filter, prolonging the life of your filtration system.

Models

Model Description
6-130-00 Polaris Vac-Sweep 65

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Polaris 65 Parts List

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Accessories

Model Description  
6-206-00 Polaris All-Purpose Bag, 165/65/Turbo Turtle 6-206-00
6-207-00 Polaris Leaf Bag, 165/65/TurboTurtle 6-207-00

Frequently Asked Questions

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Bag does not stay on pool floor.

1. Verify that the bag has been installed correctly.

2. Check for air bubbles around the jet body assembly. This may indicate air in the plumbing lines.

3. Ensure the jets are spraying evenly.

4. Verify that the water pressure is between 5 and 10 psi.

Note: The cleaner is operating too fast if the sweep hose and bag are not in contact with the pool bottom a majority of the time and the surface module changes directions more frequently than every 15 to 25 seconds. In this case, unscrew the pressure relief valve until the surface module slows down.

Polaris does not clean the entire pool or runs slowly.

1. Verify that the pressure relief valve is releasing water. If it is not, clean or backwash the pool filter.

2. Check the filter screen in the Quick Disconnect and clean if necessary.

3. Check that the eyeball regulators are installed in all of the return lines.

4. Verify that the float hose is the proper length.

5. Remove the surface module top. With the Polaris operating, verify that the randomizer tube is moving back and forth.

a. If the randomizer tube is not moving: Turn off pump, disconnect hoses, look into the mechanism and locate the filter connector inside the randomizer tube. If it is covered with debris or algae, remove the connector chamber, cylinder, and piston. Pull out the randomizer tube and clean the filter connector. If the connector is clean, replace the piston.

b. If the randomizer tube is moving: Watch the randomizer ball in the mechanism. If it does not move within 2 minutes, replace the randomizer tube and piston.

6. Verify that the water pressure is between 5 and 10 psi. A pressure tester (part #6-113-00) is available through your participating Polaris dealer.

Surface module dives under the water or leans to one side.

1. Straighten twisted hoses.

2. Lift surface module out of the water, empty it and then shake it. If water is still heard inside, remove the top, pull out the drain plug assembly and drain the module.

3. Adjust the pressure relief valve until the surface module levels off.

4. Verify that the water pressure is between 5 and 10 psi. A pressure tester (part #6-113-00) is available from an authorized Polaris dealer.

Surface module moves too fast.

1. Adjust the pressure relief valve until the surface module slows down.

2. Remove one of the eyeball regulators and readjust the pressure relief valve if necessary.

3. Verify that the water pressure is between 5 and 10 psi.

The float hose remains coiled.

1. Lay the float hose out straight in the sun to remove the coils.

2. Check the float hose length.

Resources

Polaris Above Ground Cleaners Family Brochure

Item #: SL826
File Size: 4246762
Language: EN

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Zodiac 65/165 Turbo Super Turtle Owner's Manual

Item #: TL-1021
File Size: 4722280
Language: EN

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Float Hose Replacement Instructions

Item #: TL 1017
File Size: 503284
Language: EN

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