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    First pool Opening Part Duex

    Hi Guys,

    Ok so I have completed the shock process, everything is looking good.

    Clear pool water
    CC is less than 1, really less than 0.5, barely there
    Not only was my overnight loss nearly 0, but with my aquamatic cover on I lost almost no FC during the day.

    So things are looking good.

    Questions:
    1. Do I wait for the chlorine level to drop from my shock level to a normal range prior to adjusting Ph, TA, and CH?
    2. Correct me if I am wrong, but I should adjust PH, then TA, then CH in that order?

    Thanks! So far this forum has helped me tremendously!
    32000 Gallon 18'X40' Rectangular Gunite pool. Pentair 60sqft DE filter. Electric heat pump. Aquamatic Pool Cover.

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    Re: First pool Opening Part Duex

    Yes wait for the FC to get below 10 ppm, then adjust. You may have to take the cover off.

    That is the suggested order, too.

    Nice work!
    Dave S.
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
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    Re: First pool Opening Part Duex

    Thank you. Pool is looking crystal with just BBB!
    32000 Gallon 18'X40' Rectangular Gunite pool. Pentair 60sqft DE filter. Electric heat pump. Aquamatic Pool Cover.

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