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    Slaming

    I did not adjust the PH prior to Slamming. Solution? Thank you

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    Re: Slaming

    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis T View Post
    I did not adjust the PH prior to Slamming. Solution? Thank you
    What's the CYA level and the shock level?

    If both are low, and the pool is really green, it shouldn't take long for the FC to drop below 10. When it does, test pH and TA and deal with it.

    If CYA and shock level are high and the water is just murky and already to the grey stage, deal with it afterwards. You don't want to lose momentum.
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    Re: Slaming

    Clear to the bottom. Somewhat cloudy. CYA 45. FC 20. Thank you

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