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  1. M

    Pool is clear, all levels are in the "ok" range, but chlorine is at zero. :(

    Very true. I'll test again in the morning. The sun was still up above the tree line when I tested, but I'd rather retest to make sure. Oh really? Ok! Thanks. Total rookie. Just going by the pool math app. Love it! I'll throw some in tonight after the hockey game. :)
  2. M

    Pool is clear, all levels are in the "ok" range, but chlorine is at zero. :(

    So I got the test kit a day early! A bit disappointed in the results, but they definitely could be worse. Here they are: FC- 2ppm CC- 2ppm pH- 7.2 TA- 80ppm CH- 230ppm CYA- 90ppm Looks like I'll do a partial water change to get the CYA and CH levels down and keep using liquid chlorine to make...
  3. M

    Pool is clear, all levels are in the "ok" range, but chlorine is at zero. :(

    Sounds great! Thanks jblizzle. I did add those refills on to my order as I'd read that they'll run out quickly. :) I ran out to the store this morning to grab a couple of gallons of liquid chlorine to have on hand, so I'll definitely check the poolmath to see how much to add. Thank you Hootz...
  4. M

    Pool is clear, all levels are in the "ok" range, but chlorine is at zero. :(

    Thanks so much for the advice! My apologies for not reading the before you post info. I've ordered the Taylor K2006 test kit and it will be here Thursday. I'll stop using the tablets and start the SLAM process. It sounds as though I should wait to SLAM until I can use the better test kit. The...
  5. M

    Pool is clear, all levels are in the "ok" range, but chlorine is at zero. :(

    Moved into a house with an in-ground pool in the fall. Used it twice, then closed it with the help of a pool company. Not wanting to shell out the money to have them open it, I researched and opened it on my own. I've managed to get all of the levels into the "OK" range, except for the chlorine...