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    Hi there

    Just wanted to stop in and say hello, this will be my 3rd year using our index 15 ft easy set pool.

    I did not set it up last year because of work, and in that time I cancelled some of my extra email addy, one of them being the the one for this forum.

    2 years ago, i was shown a thread about the basics for maintaining a seasonal AGP, where the main effort was the chorline and the PH, I am trying to find that info again.

    My pool is up, and 95% filled, will finish tomorrow, I will be away with the family, but wanted to make some initial adjustments before I left.
    I will test the water in the AM.

    Anyway thanks so much, this site was a huge help, and I know it will be again.

    T

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    Re: Hi there

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    Re: Hi there

    Welcome to the forum!
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    Re: Hi there

    Thanks for the link, got the chlorine level good to go, need to add the CYA to help keep it from breaking down in the sun
    PH is rock solid at 7.5 with no adjustments.

    Will look to add the CYA soon, but need to find a way to mod my skimmer bracket, the 2500gph pump at it do not seem to get along.

    off to search!!!!

    T

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    Re: Hi there

    Nice work so far!

    Here is a handy page on pool chems for future reference, Pool School - Recommended Pool Chemicals
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