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    apwelb's Avatar
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    May 2011
    Apple Valley, MN


    i have been taking care of the pool by myself while my husband is out of town. this is our first year. the chlorine and ph is fine. heater not on yet. we live in mn and it's still cold. but the water is still cloudy. it's a healthy green but not clear. we have been told to just keep running the filter and it will clear up. been a week now that the chemicals have been good. i have been vacumming every day too. how long till it gets clear or do we do something else?
    30,000 gallons, Hayward S244T Sand Filter; 160 lpm, WhisperFlo; 1HP, IG, vinyl

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    Denton, TX

    Re: cloudy...

    Welcome to TFP!

    Please post your test results for us to see. We need to see FC, CC, pH, TA, CYA, CH, and what your water looks like.

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    Jun 2009
    SouthWest Alabama

    Re: cloudy...

    Since your water is green and cloudy, you need to shock. Read Defeating Algae in Pool School. Go out and buy plenty of bleach to start with.

    Tell us about your pool and equipment, as much as you know.
    Dave J. TFP Moderator
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