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    Chem question about PH accuracey when FC is above 10.

    There are chlorine neurtalizer drops when conducting a TA test. . Why can't drops be added when the FC level is higher to get an accurate reading of PH?
    22,000 gallon in ground, gunite, Hayward pump 1.5 hp and 36sq DE filter. Pool installation date unknown, at least 10 years. Screened enclosure.

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    Re: Chem question about PH accuracey when FC is above 10.

    http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...-FC-pH-testing

    Check my response and follow the link
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    Re: Chem question about PH accuracey when FC is above 10.

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard320 View Post
    http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...-FC-pH-testing

    Check my response and follow the link
    Very informative. Thanks.
    22,000 gallon in ground, gunite, Hayward pump 1.5 hp and 36sq DE filter. Pool installation date unknown, at least 10 years. Screened enclosure.

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