Double check the items in this section if your equipment is not working at all.
If your pool equipment is not turning on, first you'll want to check your breakers in your electric panels located on your home and in the sub-panel near your pool equipment. Look for any tripped breakers in the off position. If all of your breakers appear to be in the on position then proceed to the next step. Double check your GFCI outlets. Near your pool equipment you will have at least one GFCI outlet. Press the test and reset buttons to reset them if they tripped.
If your vacuum is working but moving slowly, here are some things to check on. Make sure your filters are clean. Dirty filters will increase your system pressure, causing your vacuum to move slower. Full skimmer and/or pump baskets can obstruct flow to cause your vacuum to slow down. If everything appears to be ok, double check your pump schedule and speed programming to verify your pump speed is high enough to adequately operate your vacuum.
Unfortunately the anti-siphon valves required by local code may drip while in use. It is important to note that it is not a leak and is instead a result of the valves small range of sufficient operating water pressures.