Broken Pool Pump.....

kcmonarch55

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Apr 17, 2018
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.....or so I think. I have a Century ST1102 with Hayward Super Pump and after opening my pool this past weekend, the noise coming from it is obnoxiously loud! I have to turn it off right now until I get the new pump motor in.
What do I need to do to save my pool until I get this within the next 5 days? Liquid Chlorine? Right now, it is in a cloudy state after shocking it and taking care of most of the algae. Help please!
 

Richard320

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San Dimas, CA (LA County)
.....or so I think. I have a Century ST1102 with Hayward Super Pump and after opening my pool this past weekend, the noise coming from it is obnoxiously loud! I have to turn it off right now until I get the new pump motor in.
What do I need to do to save my pool until I get this within the next 5 days? Liquid Chlorine? Right now, it is in a cloudy state after shocking it and taking care of most of the algae. Help please!
About the best you can hope for is to hold things where they are. You'll do that by adding liquid chlorine and mixing it well by brushing. How much? Can't say. We need to know how much CYA (if amy) is in the water and how big the pool is to even make an educated guess.
 
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