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Thread: Pool Heater After Construction?

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    Jul 2012
    Fort Worth, Tx

    Pool Heater After Construction?

    Buddy of mine just had a pool built and he's being told not to run the pool heater for 30 days after plaster. Is this true?
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    Jun 2011

    Re: Pool Heater After Construction?

    Yes, very true. You can damage the heater by scaling it.
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    Nov 2013
    Miami, FL

    Re: Pool Heater After Construction?

    Our PB recommended leaving out the heater and the SWG of the contract. Since you can't run these things until 30 days after, he recommended adding them later.
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