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Thread: Hello - New to this website. from Michigan

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    Jun 2016
    Macomb, MI

    Hello - New to this website. from Michigan

    Having trouble clearing up a cloudy pool. Very cloudy - can't see the bottom. Have completed all suggestions from a local very reputable pool service who's been in business since 1965. They are baffled. Could my next step be emptying the water and refilling the pool.
    18'x4' Above Ground
    Hope I didn't post this in the wrong area of website.

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    Jul 2013
    Fletcher, OK

    Re: Hello - New to this website. from Michigan

    Welcome to TFP

    You may not have to empty your pool but you will need to start testing your own water to see what is going on, while there are very helpful and nice pool stores they just can not do the same thing you can with a great test kit

    Check out my links below and let us know if you want to do this and have crystal clear water (I love and use the TF100)
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    Jun 2012
    DFW, Texas

    Re: Hello - New to this website. from Michigan

    Welcome to the forum!

    To help us better assist you, we suggest adding information about your pool and related equipment in your signature. By doing this, it will automatically appear in all your posts so you do not have to re-enter it each time. If you have a SWG, please include those letters in your signature so it stands out as the advice for SWG vs. non-SWG is often different.[/list]
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