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    Looking to learn

    Hi all, I was searching for some help in balancing our water... fighting w high PH and low chlorine at the moment. This looks like a good group to learn from, so here I am!

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    In Ground Gunite - 15000 gallons. WetEdge Prism Matrix pebble finish (Indigo Blue). Intellichlor salt cell. Pentair Easy Touch control system with DE filter (variable speed pump) and waterfall on separate, single speed pump. Pentair pool cleaner w collection bag. Pool Install 08/2015.

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    Re: Looking to learn

    Hello and welcome to TFP! Wow, what a nice looking set-up. Do you have a TF-100 or Taylor K-2006C test kit to test your water? That would be what we would need to see first to help you with balancing. Great to have you with us.
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    Re: Looking to learn

    Welcome to TFP I'm not sure which I like more- your pretty pool or those wooden loungers? What a nice area you have there.

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    Re: Looking to learn

    Welcome to TFP!

    We recommend testing your own water with a good test kit. I use the TF-100 from TFTestkits.net. It is the bestvalue, here's why, Pool School - Test Kits Compared

    Here is a little homework
    ABCs of Pool Water Chemistry
    Pool School - Getting Started
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