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Thread: Hello from Las Vegas

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    Cool Hello from Las Vegas

    My name is Paul and I am a retired disabled Navy Vet. I just bought this new pool and it even came with a house, what a deal. All I can tell you about the pool is it is approx 40 x 22 and deep, the shallow end if you want to call it that is just over 5 feet and the deep end is 12 feet or so. that is about all I know about pools.

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    Re: Hello from Las Vegas

    Welcome to the forum. That's a honkin' hole of water ya' got there! Don't let it get away from you. Do yourself and it a favor and order a TF100 test kit NOW! Then enjoy the rest of Pool School. We'll be here to help.
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    Re: Hello from Las Vegas

    I didn't realize it was as big as it is, it was in rough shape but the seller did a lot of work to bring it back, it still needs some work but slow and steady wins the race, I have a pool guy who has it dialed in but he is expensive when it comes to fixing leaks and anything other than cleaning the pool and balancing the chemistry

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    Re: Hello from Las Vegas

    I didn't realize it was as big as it is, it was in rough shape but the seller did a lot of work to bring it back, it still needs some work but slow and steady wins the race, I have a pool guy who has it dialed in but he is expensive when it comes to fixing leaks and anything other than cleaning the pool and balancing the chemistry

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