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Thread: Clarity of my new pool

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    Apr 2012
    Sydney, Australia

    Clarity of my new pool

    Ok, awaiting my TF-100 test kit to arrive to see what is going on chemically in my new pool. But I think it's running ok so far with the chemigen dosing the chlorine and acid. This is my first ever pool so have a look at this video of the Polaris hard at work and let me know if the water clarity looks ok. I think it's good but have nothing to compre it to.


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    Jun 2012
    DFW, Texas

    Re: Clarity of my new pool


    The water looks good to me. In all likelihood, you have no issues. Still, I would run a full series of tests when your kit arrives. Although clear water is a good indication that all is well, it is not conclusive. See Myth 1 in this article:
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