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    New to forum - please help

    I have enjoyed the pool school and am searching for the exact information for spas? Does that exist on this site? For example, is there a spa calculator that tells you exactly what to add to the spa based on test results? What are the recomended levels for the different readings (ph, alkalinity, etc.)? What chemicals are recommended to be used? I am great at following instructions I am just searching for the instructions. Thank you, in advance, for helping a new spa owner.
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    Re: New to forum - please help

    Pretty sure if you follow the same advice for a pool it will work fine ... although there are some things you don't have to worry as much about since it is easy to dump and refill.

    Here are some threads from the Further Reading in Pool School:
    how-do-i-use-chlorine-in-my-spa-or-pool-t10095.html
    how-do-i-use-bromine-in-my-spa-or-pool-t102.html
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