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    Reasonable water loss?

    Just wondering if ~1" loss of water is reasonable over a week. Temps have been in the high 90's and the humidity "relatively" low.

    Should I do the bucket test or does this seem reasonable?

    Thanks,

    Rick
    18X39X32 T-Shaped vinyl liner IG pool, deep end is 8ft....Metal walls... Hayward Ecostar, AQL-Plus Salt, 30" sand filter...completed July 1, 2016!!

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    Re: Reasonable water loss?

    Yes, it is reasonable. 1/8-1/4" per day is normal.
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    Re: Reasonable water loss?

    Thanks,

    Rick
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