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Thread: Pool Water Temp?

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    Glendale, AZ

    Pool Water Temp?

    I know that most of you who offer recommendations and help have a good idea what the pool water temp is for unheated pools from the poster's area in which they live. But would not it be in the best interest of most to include what their pool water temp is?

    I am just kinda thinking out loud..maybe a stupid thought, but as I play with the water temp in Pool Math, it can make a big difference in the CSI number.
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    Re: Pool Water Temp?

    You are right that the water temp impacts the CSI, but that is not looked at when helping most people. If the numbers are in range the CSI should be decent.
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