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Thread: Pool opening question

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    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Pool opening question

    Hey guys back for Season 2 of BBB. Under the cover the pool is blue and clear I'm opening this weekend and I have plumbing antifreeze in my return lines and pump basket, should I make an attempt to remove all of that before I start the pump back up for the season or is it fine to just let it mix in the pool?

    What effects will it have on the water? if any.

    Also I have a significant amount of water on my cover. Do you think I can hook up a hose to the skimmer and run the pump with the filter on drain to drain the water from the cover. I don't have a cover pump

    Sydney Nova Scotia Canada
    Pool size: 26,500 gallons, Laser Sand filter 225(250lb), in ground, vinyl, hayward pump 1hp pump, Taylor Test Kit k-2006

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    May 2007
    SWSuburban Chicago, IL

    Re: Pool opening question

    Is your cover solid? Maybe rent or borrow a pump? Or just create a syphon? Do you have a shop vac? Otherwise I am intrigued by your idea....

    The antifreeze won't hurt anything and it's minor amount compared to size of the pool.
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