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    Hello from Delaware

    My husband and I just bought a house with an in-ground pool. We are very excited about having the pool (I'm a teacher, so I've got plenty of time to use it in the summer!). I've been reading a lot on this forum, and just ordered The Ultimate Guide to Pool Maintenance by Terry Tamminen. I owned a pool years ago with my ex, but we always had someone open and close it, and it had a SWG system, which this pool does not have. So I'm pretty much a newbie for this one. Looking forward to "meeting" people on the forum.
    Kelleyaynn
    21,000 gallon (+ or -) in-ground plaster pool with Nautilus DE filter, 1 hp pump, and Zodiac G4 automatic vacuum.

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    Re: Hello from Delaware

    Welcome to TFP!

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    Re: Hello from Delaware

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    Re: Hello from Delaware

    Welcome to TFP!

    The Ultimate Guide to Pool Maintenance for me is: http://www.troublefreepool.com/pool-school/ and you cant be the price
    18' x 42" Intex (4786 Gal @ 80% capacity) Intex 8110 SWCG, 2000 GPH cartridge filter.
    Full Sun, Well Water, Borates at approx. 50
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    Re: Hello from Delaware

    Welcome to TFP and THANKS for being a teacher!
    33,000 Gallon Vinyl Liner In-Ground Pool
    Intelliflo VS Pump; Triton II TR100 Sand Filter with Plumbed Waste Line
    IC40 SWG Cell; Easy Touch 4 Control Panel; Polaris PB4-60Q Halcyon Booster Pump
    Polaris 280 Automatic Cleaner; Dedicated return line; 1/2 Full Beer, Something on the Weber;
    AND, most importantly a TF100 Test Kit and a SpeedStir.

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