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    Talking I see bottom!!!!

    After restarting my SLAM last Thursday due to some issues at first, I am now really starting to see results. Chlorine is holding fairly steady, the "chlorine smell" is gone, the water is cloudy but blue, and I can see the bottom, barely, but still a huge improvement!!! This site is great, I wish I found it 8 years ago! Thanks to all for the great info here...it is truly a must read for any pool owner!
    24ft x 5ft above ground pool (16,900 gallons), Hayward Sand filter, located just outside of Syracuse, NY, in direct sunlight from sun-up until about 6pm. Controlling algae is a "Time Vampire"

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    Re: I see bottom!!!!

    That is great to hear keep up the good work, I see crystal clear TFP water in your future..
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    Re: I see bottom!!!!

    Uh-oh! Time Vampire may end up with the dreaded sparklypool-itis disease
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    Re: I see bottom!!!!

    What? You can't have a thread title like that and no pic! That has to violate a forum rule somewhere!

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    Re: I see bottom!!!!

    LOL. It has been rainy and cloudy since yesterday, plus it still doesn't look great. I wanted to wait until it was crystal-clear, but I will try to get a pic tomorrow.
    24ft x 5ft above ground pool (16,900 gallons), Hayward Sand filter, located just outside of Syracuse, NY, in direct sunlight from sun-up until about 6pm. Controlling algae is a "Time Vampire"

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    Re: I see bottom!!!!

    Ok, we'll accept that for now.
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