Part # F9300
Alternate Part #'s F9, POL-20-555, PV9300, ZODF9300
The Polaris 9300 Sport is Polaris Pool Care's first entry into the in-ground robotic automatic pool cleaner market. Polaris didn't want to only enter the robotic end of the business, but also vastly improve upon current designs from other manufacturers. The unique aqua dynamic design integrates bold styling, advanced engineering and unmatched intelligence. Faster navigation and enhanced agility result in rapid and accurate cleaning action. Without a doubt this pool cleaner is a smarter, faster way to clean your pool than you ever dreamed possible.
The console lights start blinking and the cleaner stops. How do I fix. This a new problem.
Hi, I have a Polaris 9300.My problem is I will start to vacuum and it will shut off in about 30 seconds and will flash. I shut off and restart same result? Should I take head apart? maybe spider nest or corrosion on contacts?
I have a cut in the electric cord for my Polaris 9550 pool vacuum and need a replacement cord. What is the recommended best method to get this resolved?
Hi, Randy. The replacing the Swivel Floating Cable Kit 21M - R0726700 is the best way to resolve this problem.
how do I remove the bag
To access the filter canister on this cleaner, you will need to press the "Z" emblem on the top front of the cleaner and lift the lid like lifting the hood of a car. The debris canister will have a handle on it that you will lift straight out.
How do you replace the power cord for the 9300
Here is the parts listing for the Polaris 9300 Sport Robotic Cleaner. When you are referring to replacing the power cord to the cleaner, I will assume you are referring to the cord on the Power Supply R0516500. That cord is not a replaceable part. The only other part would be the Cable R0516800 that connects between the cleaner and the power supply. Please utilize the parts diagram for reference on which item you would like.
(3 out of 5 stars) Still looking for the best gunite pool cleaner
Reviewed By: poolEd from Louisiana ()
Pros: Cleans better than most cleaners, no booster pump needed
Cons: Can't set for automaticily timed cleaning
Latch for cover broke within one year and will cost over $50 to replace. works great for scrubbing the sides of the pool. Doesn't require a booster pump. However, you need to remove after each use. Not having the cleaner on a timer makes it an inconvenience to remember to place in pool before each use.
(5 out of 5 stars) Awesome cleaner
Reviewed By: Paddlegradent from Atlanta, Ga ()
Pros: Extremely simple to set up and use, catch bag for debris catches everything from sticks to algae and everything in between, easy to clean
Cons: Does get caught in odd corners occasionally, be careful with top hing door when emptying the catch container
I've got a pebbletech pool surface that has had a few rounds of algae bloom this year. My Polaris 360 just couldn't get into the tiny rocks. My neighbor bought a 9300 for this reason and I've been mooching his for a year and finally decided to bite the bullet and buy my own. I read all the reviews and they are, as you would expect, often colored by what brand is being sold. One of the negatives I heard about the 9300 was that it was merely OK cleaning up algae. That proved to be wrong as it does a great job cleaning up algae (green, yellow, and brown). I did buy the extra fine catch filter but the original worked just great. The issues that some folks talk about with the chord getting twisted and such have not happened with either the borrowed unit or this new one. I have had occasion to get it stuck on some odd steps I have but that has happened on any cleaner I've tried and it isn't a big deal happening rarely - but it does happen.