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    New Pool Owner in North Carolina

    Hey everyone!

    New pool owner in NC here. Recently moved into a house in July and was using a pool company but decided to take over myself. It is a 40,000 gallon pool with a Jandy salt water system. So I have finally got the chemicals and filter system down but have tons of other questions to ask in the forums, most importantly how to operate my pool in winter (no cover) and also why there is almost no suction in my skimmers. I will post my questions in a different thread or 2 and would really appreciate any help. I an pretty ignorant on pools other than what i have read here and a few other sites and what I learned just messing around.

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    Re: New Pool Owner in North Carolina

    Welcome to TFP!
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    Re: New Pool Owner in North Carolina

    We'll watch for those other posts. Nice to have you here.
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    Re: New Pool Owner in North Carolina

    Welcome

    Pics of your pool and equipment would be appreciated as questions arise.
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    Re: New Pool Owner in North Carolina

    When you post up your problems, please keep them under one thread. It is much easier for us to help if we see your whole story.
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