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    CYA Correction to TA

    I saw this chart in the Taylor Test Kit guide book that has you use a "Cyanuric Acid Correction to Total Alkalinity" chart to make a correction to your TA reading. Is this chart useful or no?? It drops my TA from 100 to 77 when applying that correction.
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    Re: CYA Correction to TA

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    Re: CYA Correction to TA

    Here at TFP, we always use TA directly from the test, and never the adjusted TA level. Adjusted TA levels are only useful for calculating LSI, which we also don't use (we use CSI instead, which is calculated by my Pool Calculator).
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    Re: CYA Correction to TA

    Thank you.
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