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    new here

    Hi everyone. We are buying a house w/ a 2-year-old in-ground pool. We close on the new (to us) home on May 31st. We know nothing about pool maintenance so I will be checking in here for guidance!
    1996 18K IG gunite, 4 Spray Heads, SPA with Waterfall & Fountain. 06/09 New Plaster with Gorgeous Copper colored Slate.
    Pentair FNS48 DE filter @120 gpm. New AO Smith Hi-Eff 1.5 Hp motor driving WhisperFlo WF28c 105 gpm Pump and
    3/4 Hp Booster for Pentair JetVac in-floor cleaner. Laars Lite 400K Propane Heater.
    Jandy Aquallink RS4 controller. Chlorine. Taylor K-2005 Test Kit.

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    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    eastern washington state

    Re: new here

    you came to the right place, just remember that there is no dumb questions... There are a allot of great people here to help you along the way... just read read read!!!!
    good luck
    live in eastern washington state
    18x36, Vinyl inground 24k
    Hayward 1 hp filter pump
    1 skimmer/2 returns
    24" sand filter, polaris 280 with booster pump.

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    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Flower Mound, TX

    Re: new here

    Welcome to TFP!

    As hayfarmer suggested, be sure to start reading in Pool School and also check into getting yourself a high quality test kit. You can review the Test Kit Comparison page to see which one you think would work best for you. The TF test kits are excellent.
    10K gallon IG gunite with waterfall; Pentair CC320P filter; WhisperFlo 2 HP pump
    TF Test Kits - Pool Math - Pool School
    "It depends."- JohnT

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    May 2007
    South Carolina

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    Welcome to the forum. We're glad to have you
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    1)You lose 1ppm or less FC overnight, & 2)You have .5ppm CC's or less, & 3)your water is clear.

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