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    Milky white after phosphate remover

    Had the water checked again. They didn't have an answer for why it was cloudy. FC 15 TC 15 pH 7.5 TA 147 CH 280 CYA 37 Iron 0.1 Copper 0.2 Phosphates 0 (remover worked) TDS 1600
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    Milky white after phosphate remover

    I have a 30,000 gallon gunite inground pool that had some pool chemistry issues that I typically don't have. The past few days I had to shock the pool, raise the alkalinity, lower the pH, add calcium, and add chlorine stabilizer. I had my water tested again when it was almost clear and had 3300...
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    Green pool shocked -> recurring brown algae

    I'll have to buy a test kit. Good advice I didn't buy anything. I did the pool store one the numbers were: pH 7.6 FAC 5 TAC 5 Calcium Hardness 200 CYA 60 Total Alkalinity 90 pH 7.6 Copper 0 Iron 0 Total Dissolved Solids 900 Phosphates 100
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    Green pool shocked -> recurring brown algae

    Yeah hopefully that's all I will need. I had no prior pool experience until we bought our house 3 years ago and honestly didn't realize the pool was 30,000 gallons because it was covered when we bought the house, so I have always tried to do what I can not to drain the thing because it is a lot...
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    Green pool shocked -> recurring brown algae

    I know my local pool store does testing I will take it there today and see what my levels are. I will also read through the process. Thank you.
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    Green pool shocked -> recurring brown algae

    You guys seem very knowledgable and I was hoping you could help me with this one. Over 4th of July I was out of town and came home to a dark green pool. I shocked it twice and got rid of the cloudiness which took a week of running the pump constantly. Since then I have a recurring algae...