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    LOWER CYA BY OVERFILLING POOL

    Thank you all. I greatly appreciate the help. I think I have a track to run on now. It looks like it's going to be a long process, but worth the effort.
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    LOWER CYA BY OVERFILLING POOL

    I forgot to mention, it's a vinyl liner pool.
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    LOWER CYA BY OVERFILLING POOL

    I merged the threads --- TFP Mod Please see my new thread. I'm very new at all this, so please bear with me.
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    LOWER CYA BY OVERFILLING POOL

    I see from a previous post that the CYA is not at the top of the water. Will over filling the pool get rid of enough of the Cyanuric Acid to allow me to balance the water?
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    LOWER CYA BY OVERFILLING POOL

    I just recently got a Taylor test kit, (K-2006), because I was tired of taking samples to the pool store and coming home with a hundred dollars worth of stuff that doesn't fix the problems. The FC was off the chart high, and the CYA test was so high I couldn't see the black dot after only a...
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    LOWER CYA BY OVERFILLING POOL

    My CYA is waaay too high, so a friend who is a pool tech told me to put water in the pool and let it drain out the overflow. In other words, since the CYA is mostly at the upper level of the water, over-filling it will push the top layer out, along with a lot of the CYA. This seems like a...
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    Vinyl Liner Pool in Hot, Humid Naples, FL

    Ok, thanks. I'll do my homework. I appreciate your help. Lee
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    Vinyl Liner Pool in Hot, Humid Naples, FL

    Hi everyone. I found this website while reading a review of test kits on Amazon. We have been doing our own pool maintenance since we added the pool, 15 years ago, and I still have lots of questions. We mostly rely on our local pool supply store to test our water and recommend what's needed...