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    Jim - Nebraska

    Hi All -

    New pool owner and excited to be getting along with it.

    My son (engineering student) calculated our free form vinyl lined in ground to be 12,000 gallons.

    We have been fighting cloudy since opening but generally can see the bottom of the pool. I have a walmart test kit and have been diligently working to get my readings inline and have fallen into the trap of over-compensating and bouncing my numbers around. I am certain that admitting my problem is the first step

    So hello from Nebraska and I will be back with some questions once I finally get done reading everything and then trying about a dozen things. Oh.. and after buying a decent test kit.
    Jim -Nebraska
    12,000 Gallon, Vinyl In Ground
    Filter Flow Rate 120GPM, 3/4 HP pump
    Pool Built 1973

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    May 2012
    Western, Wisconsin

    Re: Jim - Nebraska

    Welcome to TFP

    First step head over to pool school read and reread till you know it better than anything (tons of helpful information there)

    Next step order one of the recommended test kits.

    Feel free to ask any questions everyone here is more than happy to help with any issues you come across. edit your sig. and post test results.

    Once again welcome
    POOL SIZE: 27 FT round 52" Deep on edges 66" Deep in center
    FILTER TYPE: Hayward Sand Filter
    PUMP SIZE: Hayward 1 HP Pump 60GPM
    HEATER: None at the moment but in process of making my solar panels should be operational by next season!

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    Sebring, Florida

    Re: Jim - Nebraska

    Welcome to the forum.
    Dave S.
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
    TFTestkits , PoolMath , Pool School

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