Part # PL0110
Dimensions 7" L x 7" W x 29.375" D
Alternate Part #'s 17506, C-7475, C-7676, C7475, C750RE, C7676, CX750RE, FC-1250, FC1250, NFC1250, PA75, PA75-4, PA754, R173414, UNI605244, XLS-775
PureLine Aftermarket Replacement Cartridge for Hayward Star Clear C-750 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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Does this filter replace the hayward 750-RE ?
Hello, yes this part will fit your current system.
In researching pool pumps there are references made to proper sized filter (cartridge type) specified in GPM. I do not see that spec on any filters. How can I determine that based on sq ft data?
Hello Wayne- You can reference it if you know the model of your filter, which is located on the sticker on the filter housing. That would pretty much be the only other way.
Less than 1 hr
Hayward C-750 cartridge filter. The new filter fit fine and replacing it is very straight forward. However, I was still getting dirt coming out of the returns. I double checked the filter for torn pleats and found none. I double checked the filter body and lid for cracks and found none. I did a lot of research on the internet and looked at the manual/parts breakdown but nothing was shown that could let dirt past the filter. I drained the filter body and after a close inspection with a flashlight I found a small round white piece in the bottom of the body that was letting water past the filter. There is a 3/4 in diameter hole in the bottom of the body that has a plastic plug in it. This plug was blown out. I put a rubber plug in this and it fixed the problem.
It was very frustrating because I found nothing on the internet or any of the manuals that indicated there is an opening in the bottom of these filter bodies with a plug that can go bad.
If you have dirt going through the filter I would recommend checking this first.