4 inches of rain in the past 2 days. Not good for swimming but lots of free water to help with the high cya problem. Time to go drain it down again so I can run the pump.
I am liking the liquid chlorine we switched to after discovering the high cya (150). I used to have to take apart the auto feeder to check the tablets and then try to regulate how much chlorine was going into the pool thru the feeder. It was a pain. Now I can just dump in the proper amount of liquid chlorine to get the level up to where I need it. Also the 1" tablets were very expensive and since we get full sun 10 hours a day we went thru a lot of them (thus the high cya issue).
Pool is holding its own so far even with high cya and high alkalinity (200). Working on bringing both down but as of now we are staying crystal clear with no algae and minimal chlorine smell.