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    Stabilizer then slam

    I opened pool up for season. Added stabilizer via hanging sock and this morning started slam process. Hoping to have it clear soon.

    16x32 AG Oval-54", 15k gallons, Cornelius Monterrey Resin
    Hayward S series sand filter, Hayward powerflo LX series 1-1/2 HP pump, hard PVC plumbed with 2 floor drains, 2 jets and wide mouth skimmer, TF-100 test kit
    My pool build thread: http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...120#post642120

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    Re: Stabilizer then slam

    Water looks fairly good for right after opening. Good luck!
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    Re: Stabilizer then slam

    Yep, I had it covered which helped when that huge oak tree started dumping leaves.
    16x32 AG Oval-54", 15k gallons, Cornelius Monterrey Resin
    Hayward S series sand filter, Hayward powerflo LX series 1-1/2 HP pump, hard PVC plumbed with 2 floor drains, 2 jets and wide mouth skimmer, TF-100 test kit
    My pool build thread: http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...120#post642120

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