Do not add any more m.a. for now. That pH needs to go back up. The CYA will also pull the pH down a little bit. You can roll your returns up to roll the water good and turn on any water features you have to work on getting it up.
High TA can cause calcium flakes to be created in a SWCG. Keep the TA below 90 and the CSI between 0 and -0.3The reason I ask if the CH is too high is that (I'm guessing calcium) flakes are coming thru the returns and sit on the floor. Other than that the water is clear.
No. I have no eyeballs in the returns. When I tiled the pool I cut the pipe back and tile the inside for an inch so they are invisible. Just my thing. I did the same on my last pool and had some clear eyeballs that worked but didn't look into those yet.Gold can you turn your returns at all? If so then you can turn them to they roll the water. That is what I do and it works well!
Yes I have a pump I can throw in there. On with the Borax. Thanks KimThen Borax it is! Get that pH up to 8.0 as fast as you can THEN lower it to 7.2. Do this yo-yo until you get your TA to 80 or so.
Do you happen to have a subm. pump? You can have it pretend it is a fountain! Just make sure to put the pump in something so it does to mark any of that pretty tile!