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Thread: Goldline System.

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    Goldline System.

    When I started (installed the system) I had high salt and drained water till I hit the 3200 mark. It has stayed that way for about 3-4 weeks but then I noticed that the salt levels started going up first to 3300 and then to 3400. What can cause this. I did have to add about 3 inches to water to allow for evaporation. I run the pump about 9 hours a day.

    Also had chlorine at 3 ppm and last weekend it read 0. We have high winds in the area, does that make a difference?

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    JasonLion's Avatar
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    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Goldline System.

    The salt measurement is not completely temperature compensated, so they tend to read higher salt levels as the water warms up.
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    Mod Squad Bama Rambler's Avatar
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    SouthWest Alabama

    Re: Goldline System.

    Temperature can make a difference in the reading. I'm assuming you're reading it off the swcg. Have you inspected the cell?

    Post a full set of test results and how you got them.
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