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    cya and chlorine level

    I currently have my chlorine a bit high due to my wife adding too much bleach this morning. I'm fighting getting my cya in the 70 range, especially with the 5 inches of rain I had last weekend. My question is, is my current reading of 40 of cya correct, even with the chlorine reading at 8 or 9? Does chlorine levels mess up cha readings?
    14000 gallon 16x32 roman in ground vinyl, Hayward 140k heat pump, swg, de filter 1 1\2 HP v.s. pump. Built in June 2014. Tf100 test kit.

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    Re: cya and chlorine level

    FC does not affect the CYA test.
    The only real interference is that the pH test is inaccurate when the FC > 10ppm.
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    Re: cya and chlorine level

    OK, thanks
    14000 gallon 16x32 roman in ground vinyl, Hayward 140k heat pump, swg, de filter 1 1\2 HP v.s. pump. Built in June 2014. Tf100 test kit.

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