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Thread: Why is my FC and salt level rising?

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    May 2016
    Oklahoma city

    Why is my FC and salt level rising?

    My pool has been used quite a bit lately, and the temps have been high, but I am only running my salt generator at 35% to keep the FC level at about 4. If I raise the generator percent to 60% the FC raises up to about 7 or 8. The salt level was hovering around 3,400 when I replaced some water, but now it's up to 3,700. My TA is 80, the PH seems to creep up to 8.0 (because of the bubblers/ aeration?), and the CYA is at 50. Just wondering what is causing the FC and salt levels to raise so easily.
    SWG pool, 23,400 gallons
    in-ground plaster/ rectangular shape/ Cartridge filter/ pentair equipment
    just ordered test equipment- think it is Taylor
    filled using city water, not expensive in OKC

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    Re: Why is my FC and salt level rising?

    Where are you getting the salt number?

    The FC is rising because you increased the SWG output (more than doubled it).
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    Re: Why is my FC and salt level rising?

    And the pH up is probably because of bubblers/ aeration and the SWG.
    Bob - INTEX 12x24 owner, 'New to me' Kreepy Krauly Sand Shark, Test kit: TF-100 w/Speed Stir

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