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Re: Bucket test

Harry, It is easy to misjudge the water levels on the inside versus outside. A ruler or yardstick helps. Also the water is getting colder, and sometimes leaks
pentode7591
Nov 25, 2015
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7170

Re: Bucket test

Evaporation?
dolphin999_1999
Nov 22, 2015
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7169

Bucket test

I've suspected a leak in my pool, so now that swimming season is over I'm ready to find out for sure and get it fixed. But the bucket test is puzzling. First
Harry Boswell
Oct 24, 2015
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7168

Re: granular chlorine

my story is similar but i still use the purer granules from the pool store. they also have me using a stabilizer which i'm not sure but could be I'm getting
jhnblngr
Oct 22, 2015
#7168
 
7167

Re: granular chlorine

Well, whattya know - I checked when I got home and found that I've been using a 4-in-1 for a while now. On 10/22/2015 1:43 PM, Harry Boswell
Harry Boswell
Oct 22, 2015
#7167
 
7166

granular chlorine

Since the last time I bought chlorine granules this summer, it looks like a switch has taken place - Walmart and the big box stores seem to have replaced
Harry Boswell
Oct 22, 2015
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7165

Re: Black Algee

The black algae treatments can contain high levels of copper so you have to be carers and add a metal control. I do agree about the phosphate remover .
Robert Allen
Sep 12, 2015
#7165
 
7164

Re: Black Algee

Hi Kevin,If I was asked what I use, I would use the Phosphate Free agent.It gets rid of the Phosphate that happens to be the food for algae.The way I look at
Ray Bernabe
Sep 12, 2015
#7164
 
7163

Black Algee

Question - Is it absolutely esential to add the black algee for winterizing an above ground pool? I've done so each season, but some people with pools do not
Kevin O'Malley
Sep 12, 2015
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7162

Re: leaking pump/salt vs chlorine

Thanks for your response. I've researched this before, and I did it again the past couple of days. And basically what I've found (and found again) is what
Harry Boswell
Sep 1, 2015
#7162
 
7161

Re: leaking pump/salt vs chlorine

This is what I tell customers when they ask me about upgrading to salt water; and I get asked alot. I ask why they want to upgrade. If they tell me because it
Paul Meza
Aug 31, 2015
#7161
 
7160

Re: leaking pump/salt vs chlorine

I'm a pool store owner and I own a salt pool. I would only have a salt pool. They easier to maintain. Replace the pump jacuzzi like to leak after repair.
Robert Allen
Aug 31, 2015
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7159

Re: leaking pump/salt vs chlorine

harry you have the perfect question here. many of us are in the same boat. my short answer is don't bother connecting the two questions together. replace the
jhnblngr
Aug 31, 2015
#7159
 
7158

leaking pump/salt vs chlorine

I've got a fairly old Jacuzzi Cygnet II pump on my in-ground pool, that has developed a small leak around the seal between the motor and housing. I've
Harry Boswell
Aug 30, 2015
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7157

Re: Liner staining issues

Sounds like ferric chloride stains. You can test this with the Jack's Magic Stain Identification Test Kit. Now that would only test for ferric hydroxide
intecamerica
Jun 16, 2015
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