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    Howdy evereyone!

    Name is Mike, live in NJ, Ocean county.

    Own two places (hopefully temporarily, will soon list one for sale - have moved), one (former) - has above ground Doughboy, the one we moved to - an inground.
    I know fairly well above ground pool, ran it both chorine and non-chlorine. The inground I run as a chlorine pool. I figured, they are big and less forgiving, so will run it conventional for now.

    I have been reading this forum occasionally. so decided to register. Plus a question popped up, so maybe someone could help.

    Anyway, nice meeting you all.

    Cheers!

    Mike.

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    Re: Howdy evereyone!

    Welcome to TFP and congrats on the new pool!
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    Re: Howdy evereyone!

    Howdy! What's the question?

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    Re: Howdy evereyone!

    Welcome to the forum!
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