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    How are these numbers?

    Hey folks,
    Just got my TF-100 kit and ran the numbers. I am new to pools so I am still on a big learning curve. How do these numbers look? and for the ones that are off how do I make them right? The pool is only 4 months old so I assume the new plaster will make the CH a little high from what I have read. Any help is greatly appreciated.

    FC = 5.5
    CC = 0
    TA = 60
    CH = 250
    CYA = 55
    PH = 7.2

    Thanks again!
    Eric

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    Re: How are these numbers?

    Your numbers are excellent. How does your water look? Very clear, I presume.

    To learn the normal ranges, the ABC's of Pool Water Chemistry will give you the rnages up in Pool School.

    Looks to me like you don't need to change a thing!
    Dave S.
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    Re: How are these numbers?

    Thanks for the replies guys, I feel much better now. Yes the water clarity is crystal. I do get a little algie in the corner that I have to hit with the brush about once a week and it comes right off. Not thick, most people probably wouldn't even notice; but I have a touch of OCD LOL. Thanks again.

    Eric

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    I do get a little algie in the corner that I have to hit with the brush about once a week
    Not always, but sometimes you can rotate a return eyeball to get a little increased circulation in that corner and the algae will not reform.
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