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In-floor cleaning system

Posted by jfitz0807 (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 26, 10 at 9:22

One PB recommends the Paramount PV3, another recommends the Paramount PCC2000. Does anyone have any experience with either one? Is one better than the other?

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RE: In-floor cleaning system

Depending on where you are located, they limit the rights to certain systems. In Az Pad-ock is the only one with rights to PCC2000. They both do a good job, I dont like the looks of the large heads of the PCC.

RE: In-floor cleaning system

Strongly prefer Polaris Caretaker.... but I know it's not one of the 2 you're being recommended.

RE: In-floor cleaning system

Polaris Caretaker for sure you can trust my word on it
it did me a well job as far as can tell E. B. Dan : א. ב. "ן - Her Gold Hair Video
gloom of the jealous
qtimex aw treex p and down these latitudes for half of his
iniquitous life, and once landed on this very 'man' rock. Did he ever
hear anything of the ruined city or the caves?"

"No," answered Leo. "He says that the country is all swamp behind, full of snakes, especially pythons, and game, and that no man lives
there. But then there is a belt of swamp all along the East African
coast, so that does not go for much."

"Yes," I said, "it does--it goes for malaria. You see what sort of an
opinion these gentry have of the country E. B. Dan : א. ב. "ן - Her Gold Hair Video
gloom of the jealous
qtimex aw treex
. Not one of them will go with
us. They think that we are mad, and upon my word I

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