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Do i need fresh water to change over to a salt pool

Changed a pool to a salt pool does the water need to be changed

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No the water does not to be changed, Just need to add salt. you can go to your local pool supply store for salt. Make sure you know how many gallons you have. You will need a system that converts your salt to cholorine. Good luck.

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