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Thread: Need clarification on FC levels.

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    Nov 2010
    South Central Kentucky

    Need clarification on FC levels.

    According to the chart, the FC level for my pool with a CYA level of 70 is 3-5 ppm (SWG). Typically my pool hovers in the 6-7 range. Is there a reason why I should let it fall lower to keep it around 5 instead of where it stays most of the time? Will I notice any differences in the water? Is it affecting anything negatively?
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    May 2007
    South Central NJ

    Re: Need clarification on FC levels.

    The only difference will be in your salt cell's life being extended.

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    Apr 2007
    Sebring, Florida

    Re: Need clarification on FC levels.

    I agree with poolguynj and would only add that if you have it dialed in and things are running well, I probably wouldn't change a thing.

    A little bit of extra chlorine is ALWAYS a good thing and it will not result in too much reduction of you cell life.
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