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    Unfortunate Situation

    Long story short-!82 0z of 6% was added to bring cl from 0 to 13 (as per calc) for shock level on opening. A good deed added another 182 oz which pushed it now to 26. Organic material in pool with extreme pollen drop from trees. Cya didn't register at 20 and none has been added yet. Where do i stand

    1. will organic's deplete cl quickly to lower
    2. drain off and refill to lower(at work so it won't be for 7 hrs)
    3. Weather today, sunny and 20+knt winds(will this aid in depletion quicker for any help)


    No good deed goes unpunished !

    Thanks
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    Re: Unfortunate Situation

    Don't worry about it. If you got no CYA and organics in the pool that FC will be half or less by now and a lot less in a few more hours.
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    Re: Unfortunate Situation

    Thank ya kindly, had a feeling just wanted second opinion. Made up a system like you use on a dishwasher(clean/dirty) to prevent this from happening again. We'll see.
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