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    Pool drainage question

    I have to drain my pool about 48% according to the pool calculator on order to reduce a very high cya. Using my wate setting on my Haywood will probably take quite a while I assume. Would an additional submersible pump be a wise decision. Pool is closing on Friday. Thanks
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    Re: Pool drainage question

    If the pool is closing, why are you replacing water to lower the CYA now? I would wait until spring.

    You can use the waste setting if you can isolate the floor suction, otherwise a submersible works great.
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    Re: Pool drainage question

    I could wait until spring. Maybe some cya will dissapate over the winter. We won't be using pool this week anyway. Thanks
    36,000 gal IG vinyl. Haywood pump and heater Hayward DE filter blue diamond robot. Hayward Aqua Rite SWG AQR-15

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