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Thread: Filling pool in the middle of a dust storm

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    Filling pool in the middle of a dust storm

    Hey all,

    The pool builders finished up the pool this morning and turned on the hose to fill it. Of course, with my luck, a dirty, gross dust storm came rolling through the valley and has littered my pool in debris and a dust ring is settling around the edges where the water level is (hasn't gotten up to the walls yet).

    I'm brand new to pools, and my builder gave me so many Do's and Don'ts as a part of this process (mostly Don'ts), I'm afraid to do anything. At the same time, I'm afraid of stains on the Ultra-Paz from the debris and dirt.

    Should I do anything? Should I just leave it? For the record, I am still filling it, of course, as I know stopping will most definitely leave a stain.
    In-ground pebble tech pool and spa. Cartridge filter pump. Chlorine sterilization. In-floor cleaning. Waterfall. Spa jets. Jandy pumps. Jandy Colors lights. Jandy control box with iLink PDA v3.

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    Jul 2012

    Re: Filling pool in the middle of a dust storm

    Keep filling, your filter should be able to filter that up when you get it started.
    11,700 gallon 21' round 54" deep all-resin AGP - June 2012
    Waterway 1HP 2-speed pump / 100 sq ft cartridge filter
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