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Thread: Should I use SWG or Non-SWG numbers

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    Should I use SWG or Non-SWG numbers

    I have a SWG installed and salt in my pool. Because of some issues with my equipment I've been manually chlorinating the pool for the past few months. After a vacation I see some green on the bottom and need to do a SLAM treatment.

    Should I be using SWG or Non-SWG numbers?

    Thank you.
    27K gal, IG pebble, Jandy JEP2.0 VS ePump, Jandy DEV60 filter, Jandy SW with ChemLink C1900, Zodiak MX8 vacuum
    The pool was repiped and new equipment installed Nov 2013.

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    Re: Should I use SWG or Non-SWG numbers

    Use the Non-SWG portion of the chart since your system in not operating at this time.
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