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    Hello - another new member and 1st time pool owner

    Howdy,

    I'll get my signature setup finished when I can gather all the required information.

    Best Regards,
    Tony
    ~2000 cuft / 15000 gal, plaster, in-ground, built 1991
    Jandy SHPM2.0-2, DE filter (Jandy Dev60)
    Polaris Vac-Sweep 380 w/PB4-60
    Small waterfall feature

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    Re: Hello - another new member and 1st time pool owner

    Welcome to the forum, and enjoy your stay!
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    28K Gal IG FreeForm, CLI Quartz, Pentair 36"SF & VS Pump, Dolphin M5, Rheem

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    Re: Hello - another new member and 1st time pool owner

    Good job letting us know you know what to do. That is so awesome to see!

    We can't wait to see your pool!

    Kim
    TFP Moderator 33x52 round AG 25,600 gals Sand Filter 1.5hp Pump - 2 Speed, SLAM, Pool School, Recommended Levels, Recommended Chemicals, Pool Math, Chlorine/CYA Chart, TF-100 Test Kit

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    Re: Hello - another new member and 1st time pool owner

    Welcome to TFP!
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