Model # T40FB
The Letro Automatic Water Filler
Take the hassle out of owning a pool with Letro’s Automatic Water Filler, the latest in automatic pool and spa water level controls. The Letro Auto-Fill is easy to install and includes predrilled mounting flanges that allow the unit to be leveled and attached to rebar stakes before the deck crew shows up. It measures a mere 7 inches in diameter for versatility of installation and includes matching rings and lids.
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how is this product connected to pool
Does a Letro Levelor require an electrical connection?
The short answer; no it does not require an electrical connection. The Levelor is operated and adjusted by the internal valve and float arm. You can adjust the water level by tightening or loosening the wing screw on the float arm. Also, take some time to review the Letro Auto Fill Installation Instructions.
(3 out of 5 stars)
Reviewed By: WILLIAM K. from LA VERNE, CA ()
Pros: fluid master ballcock - best design ever
Cons: not enough adjustment room on the collar
the basic unit is easy to install and with a fluid master ballcock, you know it will be easy to repair. This was the second unit I bought for the same pool however, because my deck height exceeded the adjustment available on the collar and I used this unit to cut up as a spacer. That worked out really well but it would have been nice (and cheaper) if the manufacturer made an extension collar.
(5 out of 5 stars) Great Auto Water Leveler
Reviewed By: Steven H. from Phoenix ()
I've had this product now for 6 years and have yet to have any really issues at all. Two or three times the leveler has gotten stuck, which caused the water level to rise a bit, but a quick readjustment fixes the problem. If that is it for 6 years I can't ask for a better product!
(3 out of 5 stars) Pool Water Leveler
Reviewed By: John W. from Los Angeles, CA ()
Pros: Works good once set
Cons: Coming in from the bottom with supply
The unit work fine, just like the new toilet levelers. They use to have the ones with a float attached to the end of an arm, I personally like those better. You didn't have to come in from the bottom of the tank with your pressure line. We use this device for small fountains, not pools. The old ones use to have a 2" outlet on the bottom for the leveler pipe, but this one has it on the side. Is easier to set with the 2" on bottom.