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    Texas Splash replied to the thread New member.
    Welcome to TFP! :wave: Don't forget to update your signature. :) Have a nice weekend...
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    Texas Splash replied to the thread Pump stall error.
    You can get to the impeller by first turning off the pump power and close any 3-way valves to the pad. Then open the clear lid to the...
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    Texas Splash replied to the thread New member!.
    Welcome to TFP! :wave:
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    Texas Splash reacted to Donldson's post in the thread TA question. with Like Like.
    Sometimes I feel like a bot being called up on Discord. 🤪 For the comparison, at zero CYA an FC of 3.0 at a pH of 7.5 is about the...
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    Texas Splash replied to the thread TA question..
    Sounds as if your TA is indeed very close to being in a good, stable place. :goodjob: I suspect you're not seeing the TA fall much more...
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    Texas Splash replied to the thread TA pH issues.
    Paula, both the TF-100 and Taylor K-2006C are outstanding products. But IMO, the TF-100 is the better value (packed w/ Taylor...
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    Hello and welcome to TFP! :wave: Have a great T-day as well. https://www.troublefreepool.com/blog/category/pool-school/pool-care-basics/
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    Hello and thank you for posting on TFP. :wave: I'm going to tag @JoyfulNoise for some assistance on this one. Have a nice day.
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    Texas Splash replied to the thread TA pH issues.
    Sounds like there are a few things to discuss: 1. You must test your own water with either a TF-100 or Taylor K-2006C. While you may...
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    Hello Dave ad welcome to TFP! :wave: https://www.troublefreepool.com/blog/category/pool-school/pool-care-basics/
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    Texas Splash replied to the thread CYA, CYA, CYA.
    Welcome to TFP! :wave: My guess is that you are still relying on pool store testing correct? We highly encourage you to test your own...
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    Troy, it would be helpful if your signature listed all of your pool and equipment info. You should also post a pic or two of your...
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    ooh ok, got it. Since we got the solar cover, we've been keeping the temp in the 90's for evening swims. Cover and heater will be off...
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    As water gets colder, the pH tends to rise a bit. In most cases, as long as your pH is in the recommended ranges of 7.2-7.8, you are...
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    Since our water temps are getting cooler, I wouldn't lower the pH any more than 7.2. That way when you do increase the FC, it will have...