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Thread: Would you lower the TA a tad ?

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    May 2013
    Long Island NY

    Would you lower the TA a tad ?

    It's working like a charm. Thanks to this site. My CC is now at .05 and my FC loss drop to 3ppm

    I just added a 1 1/2 cup of DE to my sand filter to help mop up the fine pollen dust that happen 4 days ago.

    I can see the drain fine but the pollen particals is keeping from turning clear, thus the DE.

    My question is my TA is right at 100. Should I arrate this to get it around 90 or not bother yet?

    Since I'm a little low on water level, I could hook up my hose to a jet nozzle and try that it that way while filling the pool back up a couple of inches. Any thoughts?

    19,000 gal - Vinyl IG - Sand filter -1.5hp. - Taylor k 2006 - Loop Loc cover

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    SouthWest Alabama

    Re: Would you lower the TA a tad ?

    If the pH isn't rising too fast I wouldn't worry about it. It'll find it's happy place by normally adjusting the pH over time.
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