Part # PL0124
Manufacturer Code C-8413
Dimensions End Cap = Round, Length = 28 3/16", Outside Diameter = 8 15/16", Inside Diameter = 4"
Alternate Part #'s 25230-0125S, 252300125S, 817-0125PB, C-8413, C8413, FC-2575, FC2575, PL0124, PWWPC-125-B, PWWPC125B
PureLine Aftermarket Replacement Cartridge for Sta-Rite Posi-Clear Filters PXC Series(2009 to Current) and PXC ABOVEGROUND 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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My P/N on the filter is 1732.00 or R178671 125 sq ft, 23.622 long. Is this the same filter? This filter came up when I googled this P/N
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I have been switching cartridge filers (and cleaning the old) everytime the pressure went up to 25 PSI. More recently I noticed upon installing a 'clean' filter, the pressure was 10 PSI. A day later it might be 15 and within a week it was back up to 25 or higher! Switching the filters did not solve my problem. I figured that my filters were clogged with particles I could not remove by high pressure washing.
1. Order a new filter from INYOPOOL to see IF that was going to correct my problem.
2. New filter arrived a couple of days later (live about 50 miles from them).
3. I installed the new filter.
4. I watched to see IF this was going to correct my problem.
5. The pressure started off at the usual 10 PSI.
6. Next day the pressure was up to 12 PSI.
7. The following day it was down to 11 PSI.
8. Now 2 weeks later, the pressure is holding around 11 PSI.
9. My "old" filters: one about 4 years old and the second just over 2 years. I can only surmise that my problem is with my filtered well water. Something microscopic is getting through my 10 micron filter and clogging my pool filter (from the auto fill line).
10. I reckon I'll be replacing my filters about every 2 years or when I see the problem again.