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Thread: Bubbler and rising PH

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    Reddogdan's Avatar
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    Sep 2013
    Mansfield, Texas

    Bubbler and rising PH

    I am having to adjust my PH once a week I think due to my bubbler on the top step. My pool is kidney shaped with a lump on the side where the stairs are. PB told me the grand kids would love it, and they do. But, I think they added it to keep the water moving around the corner. My question is, would it be better to turn it off when the kids aren't here, or just suffer the consequences of having it. We're only talking a rise of .6 ppm.
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    Re: Bubbler and rising PH

    I'd take the rise in pH (easy fix as you know--just add MA) for the cooler pool if it helps much.
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    Re: Bubbler and rising PH

    I have the same problem, I turned mine off, I also have a spill over from the spa that drives the pH up...I would turn it off, its just adding to the pH rise..

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