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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Too much salt in pool (4,100)
the leslies employe is right the only way to get rid of the high salt level is to drain the water i would say drain a 3rd and fill pool and check salt level some salt genarators can not make chlorine at high salt levels or when the water is cold
Posted on May 19, 2009
You are supposed to be maintaining between 4000-7000 ppm according to the manual you can read here...
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
You have too much salt in the pool ...dump some water.
You have too much CL in the pool ... turn off your cell ... add some chlorine killer if necessary. The sun will eat new CL pretty fast.
You have metal in the water ... the CL aggrivates the metal, turns the water green ... If your pool were plaster, you would be in danger of serious staining.
You may have some alg. but I doubt it with all the stuff you have inthe pool
Check the source of your information.
Here is what you should consider ...
Fill the pool ... get rid of the metal ... 3 oz per 1000 gallons is the recommended dose ... NO CL for two days. Metal out works best when there is no CL in the water.
Get the TA under control and the pH. With the TA at 100 and pH at 7.4, bring the CL up to 2 or 3 ppm. You don't need CA ... but you might want to add some for comfort purposes. You might want to add cynauric acid to about 35 ppm to protect the CL. CA and cynauric acid are not consumable ... if you have a lot and want to get rid of it ... the only way is to add fresh water.
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Posted on Jun 01, 2010
SOURCE: We have a 18x48 ultra
I can't explain all of this but to get the rid of the green and reduce the salt level you need to drain half the water and refill. At this you need to shock it so the chlorine is up to about 10 ppm. You need some way of testing to tell this. If your chlorinator is ok then when you start the pump and chlorinator it should continue cleaning it out. The dead algae will be filtered out with the filter. If the flow slows down you will need to clean the filter with a water sprayer on a hose. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
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