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    Robotic cleaners and pool chemicals

    In what way do chlorine and ph levels affect robotic cleaners?

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    Barry, Central GA
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    Re: Robotic cleaners and pool chemicals

    If PH or FC are wildly out of range they can cause some very slow corrosion/damage to a cleaner. But in anything even remotely close to the normal ranges there shouldn't be any effect.
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    Re: Robotic cleaners and pool chemicals

    Thank you for the reply!
    Barry, Central GA
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