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    Just too easy! Thank you TFP!

    FC 7.5
    CC 0
    TA 80
    ph 7.5
    CYA 60-70

    Water: perfectly clear!


    Soooo glad I found this place! Any adjustments that I should be concerned about?

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    Re: Just too easy! Thank you TFP!

    CYA is a little on the high side, but I wouldn't do anything about it, it is manageable at that level. The only other adjustment needed is your bathing suit. GET WET!!!!!!
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    Re: Just too easy! Thank you TFP!

    The CYA is a little on the high side for a non-SWG pool, but you seem to have compensated with FC

    Just be careful not to add any more CYA, and maybe let that level come down some.

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    Re: Just too easy! Thank you TFP!

    Great Job!

    Assuming that your pool is not a salt water pool, just keep an eye on the CYA level to make sure it does not get any higher. Also, I do not see a calcium (CH) test. At some point, I would test for that just to see where it stands. Since your water is perfectly clear along with the fact that your numbers look good, I do not see the need for any adjustments right now.
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    Re: Just too easy! Thank you TFP!

    Quote Originally Posted by northrn View Post
    FC 7.5
    CC 0
    TA 80
    ph 7.5
    CYA 60-70

    Water: perfectly clear!


    Soooo glad I found this place! Any adjustments that I should be concerned about?

    Yes, your number of posts is too low. Get out there and answer some easy posts!
    It's obvious you know how to balance the pool chemistry. graduate.gif
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