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    Pool results

    I tested my pool water and here is what I got.

    Total Chlorine 0.2
    Free Chlorine 0.2
    pH 7.3
    Total Alkalinity 120
    Calcium Hardness 150

    How is that looking to everyone? Thanks for any input...

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    Re: Pool results

    What is the CYA? And clearly you should know that the FC is much too low.
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    Re: Pool results

    Quote Originally Posted by jblizzle View Post
    What is the CYA? And clearly you should know that the FC is much too low.
    I am raising the FC.

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    Re: Pool results

    To what? Depends on the CYA.
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    Re: Pool results

    Quote Originally Posted by jblizzle View Post
    To what? Depends on the CYA.
    Raising the chlorine to 1-3 ppm since that is all that is needed.

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    Re: Pool results

    Says who? If you are going to follow inaccurate pool store methodologies, why do you keep posting here?
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    Re: Pool results

    Quote Originally Posted by mkdsk101 View Post
    Raising the chlorine to 1-3 ppm since that is all that is needed.
    Then you must do what you will. Many here have tried helping you and they've been very patient.

    If you refuse to listen to the advice given, there is little point in you being here or asking questions Like "how do my numbers look?"
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