It is not uncommon for something to move inside a solar pool ionizer during shipping. This can be a cause for concern for many pool owners, as the movement may indicate a damaged product. However, this is not necessarily the case.
The movement inside a solar pool ionizer is likely due to what is known as an air bubble. An air bubble is an air pocket or small gap that exists between the product and the packaging. This often occurs when the ionizer is shipped in a cardboard box. What happens is that the air pressure inside the box increases as the box is shipped through the mail. This increase in air pressure causes the air bubble to expand and press against the ionizer, causing it to move. While this is not typically a cause for concern, there is a chance that the ionizer may be damaged due to the movement.
The best way to tell if the ionizer has been damaged is to inspect it for any signs of physical damage. If there are no visible signs of damage, then the ionizer should still be able to function as normal.
In conclusion, it is not uncommon for something to move inside a solar pool ionizer during shipping. While this is not typically a cause for concern, it is important to inspect the ionizer for any signs of physical damage in order to ensure that it is functioning properly.
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