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duraleigh

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Sebring, Florida
Purchase enough CYA to get to 30 and get it in the pool now. Then, when you start the SLAM, your CYA will be at the correct level - 30 ppm.
 
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Hottsies5

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Jul 20, 2018
14
Smithton, il
Ok just wanted to check in and post my current numbers.

FC - 2
CC - 1
TC - 3
TA - 40
CYA - 50
PH - 7.0
CH -75

Any suggestions?
Pool looks awesome!

any ideas on keeping my White Vinyl Steps clean?
Seems to always get a yellowish ring around the water level, especially after a lot of swimmers

Thanks!
 

mknauss

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May 3, 2014
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Laughlin, NV
Your FC is below your minimum for your CYA. See FC/CYA Chart

Why are you not populating your PoolMath app with your test results? I see chemical additions but not the test data.
 

Richard320

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Jan 6, 2010
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San Dimas, CA (LA County)
Ok just wanted to check in and post my current numbers.

FC - 2
CC - 1
TC - 3
TA - 40
CYA - 50
PH - 7.0
CH -75

Any suggestions?
Pool looks awesome!

any ideas on keeping my White Vinyl Steps clean?
Seems to always get a yellowish ring around the water level, especially after a lot of swimmers

Thanks!
Did you complete the SLAM? 1 CC says you didn't.

Yellow ring sounds like pollen.
 

Hottsies5

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Jul 20, 2018
14
Smithton, il
I did complete the SLAM

I do live in the country and have ALOT of pollen

I noticed that on the POOl Math also that it doesn't show my test results

I will try again
 

mknauss

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May 3, 2014
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Laughlin, NV
There they are. You might want to go into your Setup and untrack CSI -- not really applicable to a liner pool.

The 1 CC is problematic. Raise your FC to 20% of CYA for a couple days and see if that clears up. Also start testing every day and adding liquid chlorine. You need to be sure your FC stays well above the minimum.