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    Success...

    All,

    The water is clear, clean and pretty, no CC, holding 15 and will keep it that way for another 24 hrs then I am going to turn on the SWG.

    Thank you all for your words of encouragement and your patience, otherwise I would still be wrestling the pea soup and baquacil. Folks, this forum is priceless.

    Regards,
    Roberto
    Long time BaquaXXX user and hating it,
    15X30 AG, 11,000GAL, Hayward Xtreme filter, SWG in place, conversion almost over!

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    Glad to hear it.
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    Roberto,

    Yeah, this forum is a great place......your success, however, is indicative of how willing you were to learn and do the work.......Very nice job!!
    Dave S. - Forum owner
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