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    TFP method works

    My pool pump motor went out last saturday. Ordered a replacement motor from inyo pool supply. Motor was scheduled for delivery on 9/22 and arrived on time. While waiting on the new motor to arrive, I simply followed my daily routine with adding bleach. I turned on the water hose and poured the bleach onto the stream of water as it filled the pool and then did my daily leaf raking hile letting the water fill for about 15 minutes. Installed the pump and let it run overnight. Took my first water sample since the motor went out and all of my readings are spot on. I am sold on the tfp method and the advice you can get from reading all the posts in the forums...
    I live in Arlington TX. It is a in ground plaster pool approx 25,000 gallons. It has a Nautilus NS DE filter with a 1 1/2 hp starite pump. It has a pool cleaner brand suction style pool cleaner. TF-100 test kit.

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    Re: TFP method works

    That is AWESOME to hear!

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    Re: TFP method works

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    Re: TFP method works

    We heard that somewhere!
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    Re: TFP method works

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