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    OCLT Test

    just wondering does the pump need to run all night for this test? Or can i turn it on 30 min or so before i test the following morning?

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    Re: OCLT Test

    If it was in conjunction with a SLAM it would be running all the time. But if you are just performing an OCLT out-of-the-blue, then a 30 min mix prior to testing should suffice.
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    Re: OCLT Test

    That's what i thought, thanks
    IG Pebble sheen blue surf approx. 14k gallon, beach entry, 7' spa, 3.5 ton jumping rock/waterfall, Pentair 2hp whisper flo, booster pump, 520 cartridge filter, Stenner Econ T, 400k master temp heater, easy touch controls,TF-100 w/speedstir

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