How to PRIME a Swimming POOL PUMP | Swim University

When your pump is not drawing any pool water, it means it needs to be primed. Priming is the act of adding water to the filter system to kickstart it. Matt goes over each step to properly priming your pool pump at the beginning of the season or if your pump doesn’t have enough water to create the proper suction and flow.

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