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Thread: Dropping calcium levels

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    Oct 2007
    Lafayette, La

    Dropping calcium levels

    This probably is a stupid question, but what causes the calcium levels to drop?

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    Sebring, Florida
    Added water with a lower calcium content. There's virtually no other way to get it out of your pool.

    BTW, welcome to the forum
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    It could also drop if the calcium came out of the water as either scale deposits on your pool or if it precipitated out as calcium carbonate, which would make your water very cloudy. High pH and/or high TA are the culprits.

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