Media Master - Doughboy Pools
Media Master
Sand Filter with 6 Position Valve
Model 1900 — Item No. 0-1702-019
Model 2200 — Item No. 0-1702-022
Model 2600 — Item No. 0-1702-026
Owner's Guide
*Shown with Power Pak III, not included.
365-1916
“READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS” Failure to follow these important
safety instructions and other basic safety precautions may result
in serious personal injury.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before you begin installing your filter, refer to your pump
owner's guide for very important installation and electrical information related to your filter.
PREVENT SEVERE SHOCK
To prevent the risk of severe electrical shock, plug your
pump cord end into a grounding type receptacle protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI).
Contact a qualified electrician if you cannot verify that
the receptacle is protected by a GFCI.
ELECTRICAL/BUILDING PERMIT
Local building codes may require obtaining an electrical
or building permit and may have regulations on setbacks and barriers that must be followed.
DO NOT allow children to operate or play around this
product unless they are closely supervised by adults at
all times.
ELECTRICAL
We recommend you have a qualified electrical contractor install the electrical power supply as specified in your
pump instructions.
Replace damaged cord immediately to reduce the risk of
electrical shock.
INSTALLED LOCATION
DO NOT BURY CORD
Position filter, pump and any other related components
a minimum of 4 feet from pool to prevent their being
used as a means to climb into the pool by young children. DO NOT store toys, chairs, tables, containers or
other objects within 4 feet of the pool for the same
reason.
An exposed cord may accidentally become damaged or
severed by a sharp object or shovel resulting in severe
electrical shock. Position cord to prevent accidental
damage from lawn mowers, hedge trimmers or other
equipment.
BARE FEET/WET GROUND
WARNING
This is a dangerous combination around electrical
equipment. Always be sure the ground under your feet
and body is dry before you touch electrical equipment.
Failure to heed this warning may cause severe personal
injury or electrocution due to severe electrical shock.
SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK could result if you
install your filter and pump on a deck or above pool
water level. They could fall into the water, causing
severe shock or electrocution. DO NOT install on a
deck or other surface at, above or slightly below the top
rail of the pool.
WARNING
PROPERLY SUPPORTED
Avoid direct water spraying with a garden hose around
electrical outlets, pump or any other electrical devices.
Severe electrical shock or electrocution may occur.
Filter, pump and any other related components should
be properly supported to prevent damage from misalignment, settlement, vibration and mounted so as to
minimize the potential for the accumulation of debris and
moisture.
SERVICING YOUR PUMP
Always unplug your pump from the receptacle before
servicing, adjusting or repairing.
ACCESSIBILITY
The circulation system components should be installed
to allow accessibility for inspection, repair or replacement.
DO NOT alter the pump electrical cord in any way or
change the plug end to any style.
DO NOT use an extension cord(s). Severe electrical
shock may occur.
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Did you read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS? If not, READ THEM NOW. They contain very
important safety information related to the installation of
your filter. Familiarize yourself with the installation
sequences by reading these instructions first. AVOID
SHORTCUTS that may result in reworking the installation.
SKIMMER
RETURN
4 FT.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
The pool must be properly erected per your pool assembly and installation instructions before installing the filter.
Install the surface skimmer and return fitting.
PUMP
Before completing the filling of the pool to the water
level indicator marks on the skimmer face plate, the filter
and pump should be installed with all connections
secured tightly.
TO WASTE
FIG. 1
TOOLS REQUIRED
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FILTER
POSITIONING FILTER/PUMP
Flat head screwdriver
#2 Phillips screwdriver
1/2" wrench
Measuring tape
Carpenter level
Flat nose shovel
Rags
5/16" Nutdriver (optional)
Position filter base and pump on pad as shown in FIG.
1.
Suction and return lines should be partially buried to
prevent accidental tripping that could cause personal
injury or damage to the filter system. Starting at least
12" from the pool wall, make two 3-4" deep trenches,
one from the pool skimmer to the front of pump and the
other from the pool return fitting to the valve port
marked "RETURN".
Be sure the hoses are routed so that water flow through
them is not restricted.
The following tools are for Models 2200 and 2600 only:
• Hacksaw
• File
MATERIALS REQUIRED
POSITION FILTER ON BASE
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Nine 12" x 12" patio blocks
3" long rubber band
Ordinary plastic bag
#20 grade filter sand:
Model 1900 = 225 lbs.
Model 2200 = 300 lbs.
Model 2600 = 400 lbs.
• Waste hose - 1-1/2" inside diameter
(Model 1900 only)
Position filter on the base with the valve port labeled
“PUMP” pointing towards the pump discharge.
INSTALL FILTER SAND
Your filter is designed to provide peak performance
using #20 grade filter (.4/.5 mm) sand. The sand should
be uniform in size and appear as crushed sand with
sharp edges. Rounded river bed sand will impair
filtering performance. Consult your local pool store.
The following materials are for Models 2200 and 2600
only:
• 1-1/2" schedule 40 PVC pipe
Note: Quantity depends on length or pipe runs
desired.
• 10 to 12 - 1-1/2" 90 degree socket PVC elbows.
• PVC pipe primer
• PVC to ABS solvent cement with applicator.
REMOVE COVER CLAMP
Unscrew V-Clamp knob counterclockwise to loosen and
remove clamp.
REMOVE COVER
Lift cover with valve off tank. Remove large o-ring.
INSTALLATION
COVER RISER TUBE
Slip a plastic bag over the riser tube and secure with
rubber band.
INSTALLATION LOCATION
Install your filter and pump and any other related
components at least 4 feet from the pool to prevent their
being used as a means of access to the pool by young
children. Patio blocks provide firm support and keep
standing water and weeds away from electrical parts.
DO NOT install your filter and pump directly on the
ground surface. Settling and stressing circulation lines
may occur during wet seasons. Position patio blocks as
illustrated in the following, using a shovel and
carpenter's level to level ground before placing the
blocks.
INSTALL SAND
Carefully pour filter sand into tank. Refer to “MATERIALS REQUIRED” for quantity required for your filter.
Level surface with palm of hand. Remove any sand
from plastic bag and tank flange sealing surface.
Remove rubber band and plastic bag.
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REINSTALL COVER
Position large o-ring on tank flange sealing surface and
place cover with valve on top, aligning o-ring into cover
groove and riser tube with center of distributor. Install
v-clamp, sandwiching cover and tank flanges. Tighten
knob until ends of clamp are less than 3/8" apart.
INSTALL PUMP DISCHARGE HOSE
The pump discharge hose is provided with a hose barbed
fitting and a 1-1/2" pipe socket fitting. Install the hose
barbed fitting to the pump discharge per the pump instructions and discard the socket fitting unless your option is to
hard plumb this connection with PVC pipe. (Refer to
"Option For Hard Plumbing"). Slip a hose clamp over each
end of hose prior to installing. Push each hose end fully
onto the valve port label "PUMP", then tighten clamps
firmly using a flat head screwdriver or 5/16" nutdriver..
CORRUGATED HOSE
CONNECTION WITH WIRE CLAMP
MODELS 2200 AND 2600
These filter models are designed for a hard plumbing
installation and are provided with a special high flow
return fitting with a 1-1/2" pipe socket for installing 1-1/2"
PVC pipe.
TO FILTER/VALVE PUMP PORT
INSTALL RETURN FITTING
(MODELS 2200 AND 2600)
Discard the EYEBALL RETURN FITTING provided with
your skimmer and replace it with the HIGH FLOW
RETURN FITTING as shown directing it away from the
skimmer.
PUMP DISCHARGE INSTALLATION
(HOSE CONNECTION)
TO TOP PUMP PORT (DISCHARGE)
POOL RETURN
FITTING
TO FILTER/ VALVE RETURN PORT
OPTION FOR HARD PLUMBING
If your option is to hard plumb the pump discharge to
filter line, it will be necessary that you order a “hard
plumb” adaptor (P/N 348-1036) and one “Clamp” (P/N
387-1024). Refer to "Hard Plumb Installation" for PVC
piping assembly, then install as shown.
TO FILTER/VALVE PUMP PORT
HI-FLOW
RETURN
PACK
PUMP DISCHARGE
INSTALLATION
(HARD PLUMB)
Locate a board large enough to cover return fitting cutout. From inside of pool, use the board to hold liner
against cut-out in pool wall. Keep hands away from hole
to avoid injury. From outside of pool, use the cut-out as
guide and cut away liner with a razor knife.
TO TOP PUMP PORT (DISCHARGE)
INSTALL RETURN LINE
An 8 foot long hose is provided for filter Model 1900 and
a special high flow return fitting with filter Models 2200
and 2600 for adapting hard plumbing for the return line.
INSTALLATION
(without pressure type pool cleaner)
MODEL 1900 ONLY
Slip a hose clamp over the ends of the hose and push
one end onto the filter valve RETURN port and the other
end onto the POOL RETURN fitting. Tighten clamps
firmly using a flathead screwdriver or 5/16" nutdriver.
RETURN LINE
INSTALLATION
1. Slip a gasket (57) over the threads of the return fitting
(56) and push threaded end through the wall from
inside pool. Place the second gasket over the
threads now exposed outside the pool.
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MODELS 2200 AND 2600
2. Hold the return fitting (56) so the opening is facing
away from the skimmer and slightly downward.
Thread the union adaptor 58) onto the return fitting
and tighten firmly. Hint: Using an oil filter wrench to
tighten the union adaptor will make the job easier.
The pump suction is provided with a hose barbed fitting
and a 1-1/2" pipe socket fitting. Use the socket fitting
and discard the barbed fitting. Refer to HARD PLUMB
INSTALLATION and SOLVENT WELDING for assembling piping between skimmer and pump suction. Slip
clamp onto small end of hard plumb adaptor and push
onto skimmer outlet. Slip clamp onto large end of
adaptor and insert pipe. Tighten clamps firmly.
INSTALLATION
(with pressure type pool cleaner)
1. Slip a gasket (57) over the threads of the return fitting
adaptor (55) and push threaded end through the wall
from inside pool. Place the second gasket over the
threads now exposed outside the pool.
SKIMMER CONNECTION
2. Hold the return fitting adaptor (55) and thread the
union adaptor (58) onto it and tighten firmly. Hint:
Using an oil filter wrench to tighten the union adaptor
will make the job easier.
SUCTION LINE INSTALLATION
(HARD PLUMB)
3. Your pressure type pool cleaner will attach to the
return fitting adaptor.
HARD PLUMB INSTALLATIONS
Using a 1-1/2" Schedule 40 PVC pipe with ends cut
square, remove any burrs. Cut pipe to length as required between joints and loosely assemble for proper fit
prior to solvent welding. Slip the union nut (61) onto the
pipe with the female threads facing the union adaptor
(58). Then, solvent weld the union socket (60) onto the
pipe using primer and PVC/ABS solvent cement. DO
NOT Allow solvent cement to contact the sealing
surface of the union socket. When dry, assemble the
connections and tighten firmly by hand.
TO FRONT PUMP PORT
(SUCTION)
WASTE LINE HOOKUP
The discharge waste water will contain pool water
treatment chemicals that may harm certain plants and
vegetation. Therefore, position the discharge end of the
waste line in a safe, out-of-sight area capable of accepting 200 to 400 gallons of waste water.
Insert the o-ring (59) into the union adaptor groove, then
secure the cemented pipe assembly onto the union
adaptor (58) with the union nut (61).
MODEL 1900
Install a 1-1/2" inside diameter waste discharge hose
(not supplied) on the waste port located on the 6
position valve. Slip a 1-1/2" hose clamp (not supplied)
over one end of the hose. Then, push hose onto the
port fully and tighten clamp firmly.
SOLVENT WELDING
Contact your pool dealer for ABS to PVC Solvent
Cement and PVC Primer and follow directions on labels.
TO WINTERIZE POOL
IMPORTANT
Drain pool down below the return fitting. Loosen union
nut (61) and pull back the union socket (60). Insert the
winterizing disc (62) between o-ring (59) and union
socket. Retighten union nut onto union adaptor firmly.
The union plug (#340-2046) must be removed from the
waste port and replaced with the union hose adaptor
(#340-1969) prior to backwashing the filter. Replace the
union plug after backwashing.
INSTALL SUCTION LINE
MODELS 2200 AND 2600
An 8 foot long hose is provided for filter Model 1900 and
a hard plumb adaptor with clamps for filter Models 2200
and 2600 for adapting hard plumbing to the skimmer
outlet.
Loosen the waste port “Union Nut” and remove both the
union nut and socket fitting. Caution: Take care not to
lose the o-ring seated in the valve body. Slip union nut
onto 1-1/2" PVC (N.P.S.) drainage pipe (not supplied)
with female threads facing end of pipe. Then solvent
weld the union socket onto the pipe end, using ABS to
PVC Cement available at your pool store. Avoid
allowing solvent to run onto the end sealing surface.
Position onto the waste port, making sure o-ring is in
place and firmly hand tighten union nut.
MODEL 1900 ONLY
The pump suction is provided with a hose barbed fitting
and a 1-1/2" pipe socket fitting. Install the hose barbed
fitting to the pump suction per the pump instructions and
discard the socket fitting. Slip a hose clamp over each
hose end and push one end onto skimmer outlet and the
other end onto the pump suction port. Tighten clamps
firmly using a flathead screwdriver or 5/16" nutdriver.
ELECTRICAL OUTLET
Refer to your pump owner's guide for detailed information pertaining to the requirements and regulations for
safe electrical installation of the power supply, receptacle outlet, switching and ground fault interrupter.
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FINISH FILLING POOL
1. Loosen the pump strainer pot lid to allow air to
escape. Tighten lid when water begins to flow
between strainer pot lid and strainer body. Do not
over tighten.
2. Plug in your pump to the GFCI protected receptacle.
Refer to “WARNINGS”.
3. Push down on the valve handle and rotate to the
BACKWASH position. Make sure valve handle
indexes into the tabs on valve.
4. Start pump. During this initial start-up, allow 4-5
minutes to flush out the superfine sand grains to
prevent them plugging the underdrain slots. Because pool water is lost during this operation (200 to
400 gallons) keep a close check on pool water level.
Never let water level get so low that no water flows
to pump. Replenish as required.
5. Stop pump. Push down on the valve handle and
rotate to the FILTER TO WASTE position. Start
pump and allow to run approximately 10 seconds to
eliminate any “cloudy puff” out the return fitting inlet,
then stop pump.
6. Push down on the valve handle and rotate to the
FILTER position and start pump. Note the pressure
reading on your pressure gauge for future reference
of when to backwash.
7. Check all fittings and hoses for leaks and correct if
necessary.
Finish filling your pool, referring to skimmer installation
and pool assembly instructions for proper water level.
VALVE OPERATION
Your new filter has six positions of operation, which are
explained below. To change positions of the valve,
make sure the pump is OFF. Press down on the valve
handle enough to free the locking tab. Rotate the
handle so the tab LOCKS in the desired position.
FROM
PUMP
TO
WASTE
TO
POOL
RETURN
FILTER OPERATION
A newly filled pool is normally filled with unfiltered water
and usually requires continuous filtering for 24 to 48
hours along with chemical treatment of the pool water.
Because all pool installations vary in environmental
conditions (wind, rain, airborne debris, heat and pool
FILTER: Normal pool filtering position. May also be
used when vacuuming the pool.
BACKWASH: Backwashing reverses the flow of water
through the filter to flush out dirt and debris, and waste
water is discharged to waste from the valve body port
with sight glass. (Duration is normally 1-1/2 to 2
minutes or until water runs clear.)
FILTER TO WASTE: Place the valve handle in the
“Filter to waste” position after backwashing your filter.
(Normally, for only 10 seconds).
PUMP TO WASTE: This position allows you to vacuum
heavy debris or larger amounts of settled contaminants
from the pool floor directly to waste.
RECIRCULATE POSITION: This position allows you to
increase the water flow rate to circulate chemicals
throughout the pool more quickly. Pool water passes
through the valve on top of the filter bypassing internal
filter components and travels back to the pool at a rapid
rate.
WINTERIZE POSITION: This position allows you to
drain trapped water from the filter valve and relieve
compression on the rotor valve gasket during winter
storage. CAUTION: Do not operate pump in this
position as waste water contaminants will be discharged
from the filter back into the pool.
use, etc.), it is impossible to provide an accurate filtering
time for normal usage. Use a trial and error method to
determine how long your filter must operate each day.
Generally, 6 to 8 hours of filtering each day is sufficient
to maintain pool clarity if the pool chemical treatment is
correct. As the water clears, the backwashing intervals
will be extended (less frequent), allowing longer time periods between cleaning. Consult your local pool store for
helpful advice in keeping your pool clean and sanitary.
When possible, avoid operating your filter during peak
electricity demands in your community. Check with your
local electric utility company for the best times they
recommend for operating your filter pump.
WHEN TO BACKWASH
As your filter removes debris from the pool water during
the filtering process, the return flow will gradually
reduce. Backwash when the pressure gauge increases
5 to 7 pounds above the clean filter starting pressure.
VACUUMING YOUR POOL
INITIAL START UP
When vacuuming your pool, depris is caught in the filter
at a very rapid rate. Consequently, the filter must work
harder, causing a rapid increase in filter pressure as will
be indicated on the pressure gauge. Frequent backwashing could be necessary during this process de-
Before you begin filtering your pool, the filter sand must
be backwashed thoroughly to remove the extra fine
sand grains normally found in new filter sand.
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pending on the amount of dirt being vacuumed off the
pool floor. Keep a check on the pool water level and
refill as required.
1. Remove skimmer cover and basket and plug inside
bottom hole with rag.
2. Referring to the instructions for your return inlet.
Install the “SHUT-OFF” disc.
3. Disconnect hoses on filter or pump as necessary
when removing for service or repairs.
MAINTENANCE
Preventative maintenance will provide continued,
smooth performance and extend the life of your filter for
many years. Neglect will cause parts to wear or bind,
leaks to occur and result in costly repairs. Keep moving
parts lubricated and a clean environment around your
filter and related components.
DRAIN TANK
See Caution Above
1. Remove v-clamp from filter and remove cover with
valve and o-ring.
2. Remove tank drain cap to drain.
3. Place plastic bag over riser tube in tank and secure
with a rubber band. Scoop out sand with a medium
size can and place in plastic bag.
4. After servicing, reassemble and install in reverse.
Make sure tank o-ring and sealing areas are free of
any sand and that the o-ring is properly seated in
the cover groove before replacing cover.
LUBRICATION
There are various types of lubricants available. However, most are intended for moving metal parts. Unfortunately, these lubricants will harm or degrade plastics.
DO NOT use petroleum base lubricants. Many people
consider “PETROLEUM JELLY” safe for babies and can
be applied to anything. But, it will DESTROY most
plastics. Silicone lubricants are available at your pool
dealer and are safe for use on plastics.
WINTERIZING FILTER
In areas subject to freezing damage, it is mandatory that
the filter, pump and any related components be removed from the pool and stored indoors. (Refer to
individual components owners guide such as pump,
skimmer, chlorinator, etc., for specific winterizing
instructions.)
1. Backwash the filter.
2. Siphon pool water level down below skimmer
opening by using your vacuum hose and allow
water to flow to an area that can accept a couple of
thousand gallons or more.
3. Remove v-clamp from filter and remove cover and
o-ring.
4. Remove tank drain cap and allow tank to drain fully.
5. Disconnect all hoses or piping.
6. Place plastic bag over riser tube in tank and secure
with a rubber band. Scoop sand out with a medium
size can and place in plastic bag. If sand is not
badly contaminated, save for next season.
7. Store all components in a warm dry area indoors.
LUBE VALVE SHAFT
To lubricate the O-Ring on the valve shaft, depress
valve handle fully and apply lubricant on the shaft
between handle and valve cover. Then, rotate handle to
distribute lubricant. Resume normal filter operation by
rotating handle to the Filter position and start pump.
REPAIRS
Servicing should be performed by a qualified dealer. If
disassembly is attempted, mark each of the parts
assembled position as it relates to its mating parts. This
assures proper alignment when reassembled. Malfunction will occur if not properly assembled. See your
dealer for original replacement parts.
CAUTION
BEFORE removing filter or pump from pool for servicing, prevent the backflow of water from your skimmer
and return inlet from flowing out of disconnected hoses.
DAMAGE CAUSED BY FREEZING
TEMPERATURES IS NOT COVERED BY
PRODUCT WARRANTY.
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TROUBLESHOOTING SAND FILTERS
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1 - High gauge pressure,
low return flow.
1 - Insufficient backwashing.
2 - Excessive contaminants or
algae in sand.
3 - Filter sand is too fine.
4 - Underdrain plugged.
2 - Low gauge pressure, low flow.
Pump suction drawing in air.
Pump sounds like marbles
rattling in it.
1 - Water level too low in pool.
2 - Restriction on suction side of
pump.
3 - Skimmer or strainer basket filled
with debris.
1 - Fill pool so water is between
marks on skimmer face plate.
2 - Clear obstruction in skimmer,
hoses or pump.
3 - Clean skimmer and strainer
baskets.
3 - High flow, low or normal
gauge pressure but pool water
will not clear up.
1 - Pool water is chemically out of
balance.
2 - Sand too coarse.
3 - Sand grains rounded or worn.
1 - Check with test kit or contact
dealer.
2 - Use #20 filter sand.
3 - Use crushed #20 filter sand.
4 - Short filter cycles.
1 - Excessive contaminants or algae
in sand or pool.
2 - Improper backwashing.
3 - Sand too fine.
1 - Check chemical balance.
Filter will require frequent
backwashing.
2 - Backwash filter thoroughly.
Waste hose too long or
restricted.
3 - Replace sand with #20 filter
sand.
5 - Sand entering pool.
1 - Defective underdrain.
2 - Sand too fine.
1 - Replace underdrain.
2 - Use #20 filter sand.
6 - Water leaking to waste.
1 - Valve not seated in filter position.
2 - Defective gasket in valve body.
1 - Actuate valve handle and make
sure valve is seated.
2 - Replace gasket or contact
dealer.
Note: Contact your pool dealer for any problems you cannot solve.
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REMEDIES
1&2 - Backwash filter.
3 - Use #20 filter sand.
4 - Replace sand after cleaning
underdrain slots.
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EXPLODED VIEW
MEDIA MASTER MODELS 1900, 2200, and 2600
TO TOP PUMP PORT
TO WASTE
30
TO POOL RETURN
TO FRONT PUMP PORT
TO SKIMMER
HI-FLOW
RETURN PAK
OWNER'S GUIDE
WARRANTY CARD
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PARTS LIST
MEDIA MASTER MODELS 1900, 2200, and 2600
ITEM
PART #
1
1121-1540
1121-1541
1121-1542
1107-1488
1
1
1
1
1107-1491
1
3
4
5
6
7
340-2096
1107-1575
330-1023
330-1172
1121-1543
1
1
12
3
1
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
308-1225
330-1245
340-2148
340-1962
307-1001
340-1970
308-1206
340-1957
340-1201
308-1251
340-2017
308-1234
387-1030
330-1024
340-1190
330-1235
1121-1472
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
6
1
2
QTY
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
19" Tank (Model 1900)
22" Tank (Model 2200)
26" Tank (Model 2600)
Top Underdrain Assembly(Model 1900)
Top Underdrain Assembly(Models 2200 & 2600)
Underdrain Spacer
Threaded Underdrain Ass'y
#8 x 5/8" Screw
#10 x 1/2" Screw
Tank Internal Adaptor
w/ Insert
5/16" Thread Seal
5/16-18 x 1-1/4" Bolt
Tank Base
Drain Cap
Drain Cap Gasket
Drain Fitting Nut
O-Ring - 1.287 I.D.
Drain Fitting
Sand Filter Drain
O-Ring - 11.475 I.D.
Valve/Tank Adaptor
O-Ring - 5.850 I.D.
V-Clamp
#12 x 3/4" Screw
Upper Distributor
12-24 Hex Nut
Valve Body/Gasket Ass'y
PART #
QTY
25
26
27
307-1022
308-1241
340-1969
1
2
2
28
29
30
340-1835
340-2046
340-1837
2
1
2
31
387-1017
4
32
346-1035-1
2
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
343-1100
340-2229
308-1044
327-1007
327-1006
396-1023
1107-1486
330-1234
376-1050
340-2228
------387-1023
346-1049
340-1224
308-1039
395-1014
---365-1916
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
6
1
1
----2
1
1
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
Valve Gasket
O-Ring - 1.984 I.D.
Union Hose Adaptor
(Model 1900)
Union Nut
Union Plug (Model1900)
Union Socket
(Models 2200 & 2600)
1-1/2" Hose Clamp (Model 1900)
1-1/2" x 8' Hose(Model 1900)
Air Relief
Valve Rotor
O-Ring - .862 I.D.
Friction Washer
Bearing Washer
Spring
Valve Cover w/Decal
12-24 x 1-1/4" Screw
Handle Pin
Valve Handle
------#28 Band Clamp
1-1/2" x 4' Hose
Hose Adaptor
O-Ring - 1.925 I.D.
2" Pressure Gauge
Warranty Card (All Models)
Owner's Guide (All Models)
HI-FLOW RETURN PAK & PARTS
(MODELS 2200 AND 2600 ONLY)
ITEM
PART #
QTY
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
PART #
QTY
52
53
54
55
56
57
387-1024
348-1036
387-1023
340-1791
340-2051
308-1110
1
1
1
1
1
2
#36 Band Clamp
Hard Plumb Adaptor
#28 Band Clamp
Return Fitting Adaptor
Return Fitting
Return Gasket
58
59
60
61
62
340-2052
308-1241
340-2047
340-2048
340-2099
1
1
1
1
1
Note: Item #24 includes Items #25 and 33.
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DESCRIPTION
Union Adaptor
O-Ring - 50mm I.D.
Union Socket
Union Nut
Winterize Disk
Change of Design: Doughboy Recreational expressly reserves the right to change or modify the design and construction of any
product in due course of our manufacturing procedures, without incurring any obligation or liability to furnish or install such changes
or modifications on products previously or subsequently sold.
DOUGHBOY RECREATIONAL • 315 North Sebastian Street, • West Helena, AR
DB 0902-034
Made in the United States of America
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