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    CH for Vinyl pool

    I know the level doesnt matter for the pool as far as CH goes, but is there a min or max as far as equipment is concerned? Mine is at 75 and my buddy who just received his TF100 kit tested at 350. The pool store tested him at 150 2 weeks ago and had him dump 45lbs in the pool. I told him thats exactly why i had him buy the kit.
    40x18 Lazy L Rectangle
    29500gal IG w/ vinyl liner
    HAYWARD S244T 300lb sand filter
    Hayward Super Pump 1 1/2hp

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    Re: CH for Vinyl pool

    Once you start getting into the 300ish range with CH pH becomes more importNt to keep scale from forming. The only reason to sell CH to a vinyl pool owner is to put money in the cash register.
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    Re: CH for Vinyl pool

    So 75 for my pool wont hurt anything
    40x18 Lazy L Rectangle
    29500gal IG w/ vinyl liner
    HAYWARD S244T 300lb sand filter
    Hayward Super Pump 1 1/2hp

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    Re: CH for Vinyl pool

    Quote Originally Posted by TrevNJPool View Post
    So 75 for my pool wont hurt anything
    nope, it's wonderful. Go,to the pool store and they are going to try to sell you calcium to "protect your liner".
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