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Thread: Precipitate in my hardness reagent R-0012

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    Livermore, CA

    Precipitate in my hardness reagent R-0012

    Hi you all,
    The other day, I was doing my monthly CH testing. I noticed that my R-0012 has a little amount of floating precipitate in it. Is that normal? I read the Extended Test Kit directions hoping for guidance, but did not find anything. FWIW, my TF-100 and the CH reagents are less than year old. And, I have always stored them inside, where it is climate controlled. I have tested outside over the summer/swim season, but I did not keep my kit in the sunlight for too long. It has got to last a year, or that is just simply crazy.
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    Sebring, Florida

    Re: Precipitate in my hardness reagent R-0012

    I have never had a report of the R-0012 having any contaminate......that's a first.

    PM me with your name and I'll get it taken care of for you.
    Dave S. - Forum owner
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
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