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Thread: Switch from SWG to "Regular" Pool

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    Switch from SWG to "Regular" Pool

    My main question is, is it possible to switch from SWG pool back to "regular" pool without having to drain and re-fill the pool?

    I am having issues with the "low salt" warning and will likely have to replace the titanium plates (after adding plenty of salt and cleaning them with vinegar). But those plates are $50-60, so would be cheaper to switch back to "regular" pool.

    Thanks for looking and helping me out.
    10 Ft X 30" Intex Metal Frame Pool = 1185 gallons,
    AG, Vinyl liner
    Cartridge filter 1050 gph
    Seasonal pool, put it up on May 17th
    SWG

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    Re: Switch from SWG to "Regular" Pool

    Deja Vu .... this exact question was asked yesterday I think.

    No issue. Just start adding bleach everyday to maintain adequate non-SWG FC levels depending on your CYA.
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    Re: Switch from SWG to "Regular" Pool

    Thank you. My bad for not searching through the forum for previous posts on this.
    10 Ft X 30" Intex Metal Frame Pool = 1185 gallons,
    AG, Vinyl liner
    Cartridge filter 1050 gph
    Seasonal pool, put it up on May 17th
    SWG

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    Re: Switch from SWG to "Regular" Pool

    No worries, just was not sure if this was a duplicate post from the same member of not
    Jason, TFP Moderator
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