If it ain't broke, should I fix it?

Jan 25, 2019
14
Florida
#22
These are the results I got today, using the TF100 kit from TFP. Thankfully, the pH is actually just fine. I repeated the tests with the strips from my Acucheck 7 and still got a pH of 6.8. I think it's safe to say there's a significant error in the Acucheck strip test.
Thanks so much everyone!
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Test Results 02-07-2019 @ 11:15 am
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Free Chlorine: 6.5
Combined Chlorine: 0.5
pH: 7.5
Total Alkalinity: 70
Calcium Hardness: 250
CYA 60
Salt. 1440
 
Jan 25, 2019
14
Florida
#26
Good job. Follow the recommended ranges. Your current data is great. Salt will have to come up when you want to start your SWCG.
We have a Pool Pilot Digital Nano. It runs 4 hrs/day when the pump is on. It gives me a salt reading of 3100 ppm. That's so far off from the 1440 I got from the Aquacheck strip. I think I'll clean up the Pool Pilot & recheck it's reading, while I buy some salt just in case.