Part # PL0156
Part # PL0156
Dimensions End Cap = Round, Length = 33 3/8", Outside Diameter = 7 7/8", Inside Diameter = 3 1/16"
Alternate Part #'s 174980, 25001, C-7679, C7679, FC-1960, FC1960, PFAB150, R173301, UNI605217, XLS-761
PureLine Aftermarket Replacement Cartridge for Pac Fab Mytilus FMY Filters
Is your pool water starting to look a little dull? Is your pressure gauge reading a higher PSI than normal? Are your pool jets a little less powerful? These are all signs that it is time to replace your pool filter cartridge. Replace your pool filter cartridge today and regain that crystal clear pool water and extend the life of your pool pump.
Typically for single cartridge pool filters we suggest replacing your cartridge every 6-12 months and for filters which take multiple cartridges, we suggest replacing your cartridges every 3 years.
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4 Pac Fab filters. model f, serial 01 filter area 420 square feet
Hi, Since you have a 420 Sq. Ft. Pac Fab Filter then most like you will need the PL0120 Clean & Clear Plus 420 Replacement Cartridges The PL0120 cartridges measure 26 1/16" Long x 7" Wide with a 3" Center Hole so I would double check those measurements against your current cartridges.
For my Mytilus FMY 150, I see you have both the -50 and -100 filters which I use today. However is the -150 filter compatible so that I can just use this single filter? And if so, what are the advantages/disadvantages of doing so?
Hello Dan - The 150 cartridge can be used to replace the 100 and 50 cartridges. Originally, the single 150 cartridge was not available for the Mytilus. There are no disadvantages to using the single cartridge. The advantage is the cost. It is cheaper to buy the single 150 cartridge.
Less than 1 hr
Simple. Open butterfly release valve at top of cartridge assembly. Release collar clamp, then remove hood to Cartridge assembly. Unscrew plastic nut, then pull out existing filter. Replace with new filter. Reattach collar, then reattach the Cartridge cover. Turn pump on and allow air to bleed out. Then close Butterfly valve. Done