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    Jun 2015
    Columbus Indiana

    Need some help

    Finally got the chlorine down. It's still a bit high but no longer orange color when I test it.

    PH- 7.2
    FC-10 ppm
    CC- 0

    I don't know how to get my CC Up or how to get my TA up or what to use to get PH up
    45,000 gallon, in-ground pool. Hayward-200 sand filter. Hayward chlorine feeder.

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    Jun 2011
    Midland TX

    Re: Need some help

    Welcome to the forum

    You don't want the CC to come up, so perhaps you mean something else? 0 CC is actually good. Do you have a Chlorine drop test that turns pink, or just the one on the block with pH that turns yellow?
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    Re: Need some help

    Welcome to TFP! As long as your PH is stable there is no need to adjust your TA. 70 is good. 0 CC is the right number!

    Have a look at this, Pool School - ABCs of Pool Water Chemistry
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