Model # 4511
Model # 4511
Game SandPro 75 Pool Filter System
Quality filtration for above ground pools at a value price point. Cleans up to 10 times faster than standard cartridge filter systems. Affordable and efficient, our sand filter system outperforms cartridge filter systems and allows above ground pool owners to enjoy the cleaning benefits of a powerful pump and multi-port valve.
can I buy the wet part of the pump? I don't need the motor just the plastic side that attaches to it. Mine has a crack in it.
Unfortunately, we do not carry the wet end parts for those pumps.
How do I clean out the garbage that the filter collects when running? Its my first time using this filter. Thanks
Hi Fernando, Pages 18-21 of the Game SandPro Owner's Manual explains how to clean the filter.
I need to know how much sand brings the warehouse , if you have marked the warehouse for filling sand
We do not retail the filter sand.
the motor went out on it turns out the capacitor went out. are those sold separately?
For this pump model we unfortunately do not carry the capacitors. The complete pump would need to be purchased.
My bottom part of the sand filter split and they ordered me a new one with Game on it . Now that I have it working again . The top has a small crack and shoots out water. Can I order the top piece? I have $800.00 dollars already in this piece of junk and bought it in the mide of the summer. Thank you. My email is email@example.com
Yes that lid is sold seperately. Click here to go to the lid's page.
Are parts available?
Hello Allen yes part are available at this link
we have had the sandpro 75 for our 2nd year now. when we hook it all up its runs good for a very short time then leaks heavily from the lid area. cannot figure out was is causing this any suggestions please
I have a sand pro filter that I can not stop it from leaking. I think it is the gasket,under the lid. Also how tight should the ring be ?
Moe, I would recommend replacing the VALVE GASKET KIT so that way you don't change one gasket and then have to replace another because you're still having the same issue.