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    Hayward Sense and Dispense

    I recently installed a Hayward Sence and Dispense for my salt pool. Any idea how long to set the pH Feed Time-Out? I figured it should be as short as possible to avoid throwing the pool over to the acid side. Am I wrong? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    22K IG plaster, 36 sq ft Pentair Nautilus Plus DE filter, 1/2 HP Pentair pump, Taylor K-2006 test kit, Hayward Pool Vac XL, rotted out diving board

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    Re: Hayward Sense and Dispense


    No idea...
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    Re: Hayward Sense and Dispense

    Welcome to TFP!

    You can set it quite long. Your pool is quite large and it would take a while for the PH to change enough to be a problem. Meanwhile, you don't want the unit shutting down because something came along and raised the PH and it can't get it back in line quickly enough.
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    Re: Hayward Sense and Dispense

    thanks!!
    22K IG plaster, 36 sq ft Pentair Nautilus Plus DE filter, 1/2 HP Pentair pump, Taylor K-2006 test kit, Hayward Pool Vac XL, rotted out diving board

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