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Thread: Taylor 1766 Salt Water Test

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    Oct 2015
    San Diego, Ca.

    Taylor 1766 Salt Water Test

    I just received the Taylor Salt Water Teat kit.
    Is it normal to have the mixture develops "cottage cheese" size lumps as you add the second drops?
    30,000 Gal. - 40x20x8 - Plaster - SWG Pentair IC 60 - Hayward Pheonix 4x Vacuum - Hayward c1750 Cartridge Filter - Hayward 3/4hp pump - Pool is 45 years old.

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    May 2015
    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Taylor 1766 Salt Water Test

    Yup. That's insoluble silver chloride forming. Just keep going until you develop the first hint of reddish-brown.

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