Part # 3295-454
Manufacturer Code 3884997
Dimensions 2" X 15/16"
Alternate Part #'s 3884997, MAY3884997LM, 3884997-R3, 87-111-1284, MAY3884997
SINGLE GUIDE WHEEL (3884997) Single Wheel Only!
I have a Dolphin DX 6 and i have found several stainless steel ball bearings inside the cleaner housing. I first noticed this when i took it out to clean it and i heard a rattling sound inside the cleaner. The cleaner seems to be working ok . the only part i see in the parts diagram that would have ball bearings are the 4 wheels. Are there any other parts that would have ball bearings that could show up inside the cleaner filter compartment ?
Are the being rings inside the wheel guide supposed to split? Cannot tell if mine are broken since they appear split so uniformly????
Hi, Robert. The inner part of this guide wheel is a solid unbroken ring with groves on the outer portion as shown in the product images.
One of the guide wheels on my Dolphin Nautilus broke and lost some of its bearings into the pool. Do I need to replace all four guide wheels at once (so they are of the same age/wear), or can I just replace the one? The bot seems to be working well otherwise and I wouldn't have known that anything was wrong with it if I had not found the bearings in the pool. I have since stopped using the bot though, until I can replace the Guide Wheel. Thanks.
Hi. It would be better to replace all of the bearings if you're able to or just the one that is bad.
I have a Leslie dolphn deluxe 4, I have found the chasis replacement part i need (9980630) but I dont know where to find other parts such as
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I had a diver coming and and retreaiving a bunch of the small steel bals, which we figured out to be form my robot Dolphin DL. I had to take it apart tp find out that both leading wheels snapped open and shedding the balls from the bearings. Wend on-line and luckily found inyopools web site that directed me to the manufacture. I ordered the parts througvh the Inyopools, thay cmae in a mail fast, ci fixed the robot. Now it's up and running again !