No. Your pool bonding and equipment ground are all exterior items. Copper is usually introduced by pool store gimmick products. Your water just looks like a normal cloudy algae issue. Maintaining the proper FC SLAM level and following all the items on the SLAM Process will do the trick. Be thorough and patient as it can take several days, but it works. Be sure to inspect absolutely anything submerged in the water. Anything that can be removed, remove it. Normally we would advise to remove any pool light with a niche behind it and leave it on the deck (or something clean), but your pool is new right? So I don't think that is necessary at this time.Could that be my issue?
another good reason to stay away from pool stores.So am I going to make an issue if I add chlorneutralizer from Leslie's? Everyone has me freaked about ruining my liner. He said sound like a chlorine block and that could possibly be causing cloudiness to persist.
Exactly! ^^ Don't panic or get overly concerned about what your installer said. You have a good level of CYA that is buffering the elevated chlorine. Members here run a SLAM for days or weeks with no issue. The FC will fall as long as the SWG is off and no chlorine is added.another good reason to stay away from pool stores.
the chlorine will come down on its own. your liner is fine