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    Shocking and SWG

    Can I or should I run my SWG while shocking pool with bleach? Or should I leave it off until shock process is complete?
    Pool: 25k gal, IG Vinyl, built 2008, DE, Hayward Progrid 4820 - 96 GPM 48 sq ft filter area, 1.5hp Hayward Super Pump, 3/4hp Hayward booster pump 6060, Aquarite SWG T-Cell-90 Rev 1.40, Hayward Phantom, Hayward H350 heater.
    Hot Tub: 2008 Sundance Cameo, 450 gal

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    Re: Shocking and SWG

    You can use it to help maintain shock level if you want, but be sure to turn it off for the OCLT.

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    Re: Shocking and SWG

    I would leave it off.


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    Re: Shocking and SWG

    Thanks for responses.
    Pool: 25k gal, IG Vinyl, built 2008, DE, Hayward Progrid 4820 - 96 GPM 48 sq ft filter area, 1.5hp Hayward Super Pump, 3/4hp Hayward booster pump 6060, Aquarite SWG T-Cell-90 Rev 1.40, Hayward Phantom, Hayward H350 heater.
    Hot Tub: 2008 Sundance Cameo, 450 gal

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