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    kjdiver's Avatar
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    Closing Numbers...good enough?

    Here my are numbers today.

    FC - 6
    CC - 0
    PH 7.8
    TA 70
    CH 200
    CYA 40

    Should I do anything with the TA and Ph before closing (plaster pool with plaster in bad shape)? Thanks!
    25k old school pool - new plaster and tile Dec 2017 -> Jandy FHPM1.5-2 -> Tagelus 60 -> CompuPool CPSC48 -> Raypak Heater -> RIP: Polaris 380 w/ booster pump - New Cleaner: S300i Mar 2018 -> TF-100 with many refills

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    Re: Closing Numbers...good enough?

    Those all look reasonable, I don't see anything that needs adjustment before closing. Long term you might want to raise the CH level a little, but is better left until spring.
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    Re: Closing Numbers...good enough?

    Thanks Jason! Looks like I'll be busy today. I did add 8 lbs of baking soda and the TA is already up to 90. Appreciate the quick response!
    25k old school pool - new plaster and tile Dec 2017 -> Jandy FHPM1.5-2 -> Tagelus 60 -> CompuPool CPSC48 -> Raypak Heater -> RIP: Polaris 380 w/ booster pump - New Cleaner: S300i Mar 2018 -> TF-100 with many refills

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