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    new pool owner

    I´m Mich, and I live in Spain, moved to a house with a desjoyaux pool. And boy am I having trouble.

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    Re: new pool owner

    Welcome Mich.

    We specialize in eliminating trouble here, so you've found the right spot.
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    Re: new pool owner

    Mich, welcome to TFP!!

    As John said, ask us any question you may have and we'll do our best to get your pool 'Trouble Free'
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    Re: new pool owner

    Hi Mich and welcome to the forum
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