Aquabot Pool Rover and Turbo T-Jet Motor Removal

by Brent

Aquabot Pool Rover

Aquabot Pool Rover

Remove the bottom plate. Remove the debris shield. There may be zip ties that need to be cut.
Inside the robot, at the top on the Jet-Valve assembly, are several push tabs. Squeeze them with a screwdriver and push the the Jet-Valve assembly and motor out.
Turn the robot over and remove the screws holding the motor to the Jet-Valve assembly. DO NOT LET THE MOTOR DROP.

Separate the assembly from the motor very slowly so you can see how the other parts and hoses are connected.

If the cable must be cut then it must be re-spliced using heat shrink butt connectors and heat shrink tubing all available at home stores.

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