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    Hello From Vegas

    Hello I am Chris and I currently live in North Las Vegas. I have a about an 12-15,000 It has been empty for about 6 months and well It is time to get this pool back up and running. Some of the pop up have filled up a bit with dirt so I am afraid of just filling the poll only to have sandy water. I will replace the filters and scrub the pool but I am not sure what else I should before I fill the pool with water or how to clear out the pop ups.

    Any advice will be most apprenticed.

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    Re: Hello From Vegas

    Northtown huh? My old stomping grounds. Rancho Class of '81. The old Rancho, not that new thing. Anyways, welcome to TFP! Stick around here and ask all the questions you need to. Once your pool is full you'll definitely want your own TF-100 (link below) or Taylor K-2006 to test levels and adjust. Not really sure about the pop-ups though - sorry. Hopefully someone else will have an idea for you. Great to have you with us.
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    Re: Hello From Vegas

    Can you manually lift the popups and get a shop vacuum in there?
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    Re: Hello From Vegas

    That was my thought on it, I think I can.

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