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Thread: Chlorine test with Taylor K-2006 Kit

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    Chlorine test with Taylor K-2006 Kit

    Tomorrow I will do my first tests with my kit. A clarification please. It talks about viewing the test water as it turns from pink to clear. The front of the test tube is somewhat frosted, but the back has little Windows that are clear. Am I correct that I view the solution thru the little clear Windows while swirling and using the drops to turn the water to clear, or do I view the solution from the front thru the frosted part of the tub. The instructions don't tell which way. Thank you, John
    16100 gallon rectangle pool built in 1984 including a 5' X 5'x 3' Spa, Diamond Brite in year 2000, Non-SWG Pool

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    Re: Chlorine test with Taylor K-2006 Kit

    Look straight down into the tube. Here is a page that has video instructions for each test.

    http://www.taylortechnologies.com/produ ... ber=K-2006

    Choose "To Test (Free and Combined) Chlorine using FAS-DPD [updated 3/5/10]"

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    Re: Chlorine test with Taylor K-2006 Kit

    Apparently I may not be familiar with what comes with that kit. It sounds like you are describing the tube to test the pH? If there not a separate tube for the FAS-DPD test.

    The FAS-DPD test should be viewed through clear tube, not frosted.

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    Re: Chlorine test with Taylor K-2006 Kit

    Thank you to both of you, I'll do as suggested including the Taylor video that I was unaware was available, many thanks, John
    16100 gallon rectangle pool built in 1984 including a 5' X 5'x 3' Spa, Diamond Brite in year 2000, Non-SWG Pool

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