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    Srbinette's Avatar
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    May 2015
    Berlin, NH

    Dolphin nautilus

    I am currently shocking my pool at around 20ppm. Trying to clear a bad algae bloom. Anyway.. Can I use my dolphin nautilus while shocking the pool? The instructions say nothing over 4ppm. But that seems crazy!
    Hayward S180T #150 sand filter. 1hp Hayward Super Pump. 19,200 gallon vinyl, semi-above ground. Dolphin Nautilus.

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    Central Minnesota

    Re: Dolphin nautilus

    I used mine during my one and only SLAM procedure, but it may prematurely age/wear some components in the unit. What is your current CYA ppm? If you're worried about it, just resort to manually brushing/vacuuming. It's a good arm workout for a few days!
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