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    CPSC36 or CPSC48

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    Would you guys recommend I get the CPSC36 or CPSC48 for a 20k gal pool? It seems most here recommend upsizing their cell, but the cost difference could pay for the installation of the CPSC36.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: CPSC36 or CPSC48

    Either unit would work. I pretty handy and was able to install it myself. I've recently posted some info in this post:
    tme-to-change-to-salt-t40600.html

    Here's my install:
    cpsc48-install-mostly-new-reports-of-pool-conditions-t32089.html

    Hope that info helps.
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