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The type of pool alarm suggested would probably be good, but I would suggest a perimeter type also there are door alarms. I would prefer to run after and stop my child from falling into the pool than to wait till he/she does falls in. The best alarm is yourself in doing things to prevent the child from getting out to the pool. I added a smaller type of dead bolt at the top of the door/doors leading to the pool and I make sure both dead bolts are locked at all times. If I'm out by the pool then common sense tells me to be aware of where my child is at all times. Also I have a home alarm system that is zoned so the rear doors and windows are armed.

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Ph level is at 'ideal' chlorine level is at 3.0 but the pool water is still cloudy. Please help?


The cloudiness could be suspended particles or algae. Use an algae k i l l er as recommended, then a flocculant (water clarifier) as recommended, then vacuum the pool bottom and run the filter overnight.

After that check the ph, alkali level, chlorine level, and adjust as needed. That should do it.

Feb 05, 2017 | Pool & Spa

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How much zeoclor in an LS 24 onga


Does not matter on pool size, but on the filter tank size!
Follow Zeo's label instructions, as they may recommend a reduction of their product vs. Sand, say 80% of recommended sand amount. Good luck

Feb 23, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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Lanson smoke alarm


Smoke alarms are finicky about battery brands. Look inside the alarm or on the back to see if specific battery brands/numbers are recommended.

See page 13 of the official instruction manual at:
http://psaproducts.com.au/Assets/documents/PDF/Fire%20DataSheet/5800%20and%205800RL%20manual.pdf

The following 9-volts are recommended:
EVEREADY/ENERGIZER 522
DURACELL MN1604, MX1604


If alarm is over 5 years old (or past the date printed on the alarm), toss it and get a new one. They don't last forever. Be safe!

Dec 02, 2013 | Home

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My in-ground pool pump...Sta-rite 11/2 hp...leaks at the outlet fitting. Changed fitting twice, using teflon tape as recommended...still leaks.


I don't recommend Teflon tape as it places outward pressure on the pump and can cause the pump body to crack. and if that happens the pump body will need to be replaced. I use black RTV silicone. smooshing it into the threads of both fittings and hand tightening the fitting.. then the glue the pipe as normal
REMEMBER to prime the pump after any pump repair !!
Teflon tape works well on metal pump like well and irrigation, they are a high pressure pump and are generally cast iron tanks.
Jay the pool pump motor repair guy longwood Florida 32750

Mar 14, 2012 | Sta Rite Pool & Spa

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The water is getting cloudy and the sides of the pool are slimy


If your pool water is clowdy and slimy then it is about to turn green. What you need to do first is shock the pool to recommended dose to start killing the algae.
The most common error users make in managing a salt water pool besides not having salt in the pool has no stabilizer in it. This is a chemical that has an affinity for chlorine ions and if it is not there the chlorine can be disipated in a few hours when the sun hits it. Another name for it is Cyanuric Acid. It can be purchased in granular form at many pool supply stores or in a liquid form at Leslies. In order to get your pool blue you need to have the chemistry checked at a pool store or with a test kit (either liquid or strips). Don't buy everything a pool supply tells you to buy but start out with vinyl safe shock, stabilizer and salt. The pool store should be able to help you determine the dose. The following is what I would do:
1. Make sure salt is at the recommended concentration.
2. Shock the pool to recommended dose to start killing the algae.
3. Place the recomended dose of stabilizer in the pool.
4. Make sure pump and filter are working properly.
5. Check the pool chemistry on a daily basis until it is ready for swimming.
6. Check the chemistry on a weekly basis and clean the pool and equipment according to the pool instructions.

Smile, you are a pool manager.

Jul 05, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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My water turned green after I boosted it with my salt water system


The most common error besides not having salt in the pool is not having the right amount stabilizer in it. This is a chemical that has an affinity for chlorine ions and if it is not there the chlorine can be disipated in a few hours when the sun hits it. Another name for it is Cyanuric Acid. It can be purchased in granular form at many pool supply stores or in a liquid form at Leslies. In order to get your pool blue you need to have the chemistry checked at a pool store or with a test kit (either liquid or strips). Don't buy everything a pool supply tells you to buy but start out with vinyl safe shock, stabilizer and salt. The pool store should be able to help you determine the dose. The following is what I would do:
1. Make sure salt is at the recommended concentration.
2. Shock the pool to recommended dose to start killing the algae.
3. Place the recomended dose of stabilizer in the pool.
4. Make sure pump and filter are working properly.
5. Check the pool chemistry on a daily basis until it is ready for swimming.
6. Check the chemistry on a weekly basis and clean the pool and equipment according to the pool instructions.

Smile, you are a pool manager.
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Jul 05, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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I have a 24x52 pool added 310# of salt . Have several times read high salt emptied some water, added and have good readings. Then a few days later will get a high salt reading again. i keep repeating the...


For starters I would bring a sample of your water to a pool store and they usually test it for free. They will then make recommendations. Be certain that everything you add to a pool is necessary based on the test results. If you are draining or partially draing the pool then sometimes chemicals recommended by the pool supply store will not be necessary. The following is what I would do to keep a pool blue:
1. Make sure salt is at the recommended concentration.
2. Only shock the pool to if the chloring level has droped below about 2 ppm.
3. Place the recomended dose of stabilizer in the pool.
4. Make sure pump and filter are working properly.
5. Check the pool chemistry on a daily basis for about a week to. I recommend test strips that at least measure chlorine, Ph and stabilizer.
6. Check the chemistry on a weekly basis and clean the pool and equipment according to the pool instructions.

Smile, you are a pool manager.

Jul 05, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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I own a saltwater system for my above the ground pool i am having trouble with the water turning green can you use other chemicals with this salt water system.if not wat can i do to solve this problem


Is the water turning green because of metal or because of growth? Is your salt water system making chlorine? If you are not making chlorine ... well that may be why you are green., On the other hand, if you have metal in the water and you ARE making chlorine, that is why you are green.

Please have your water tested for metal and if present, use the sequestering agent recommended by your professional pool supplier, to remove the metal.

A problem with the salt water system is the chlorine you make from the salt is not protected by cyanuric acid AKA stabilizer. I recommend you get your chlorine up to about 20 ppm (shock mode) using the kind of chlorine recommended (is compatable with the chlorine you are making) by your pool supply professional. Add enough cyanuric acid to achieve at least 60 ppm.

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Jul 04, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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Need code info


code 91 is low salt
do not just guess at it! even the recommended amount in the manual is just that, a starting point
It is up to you to fine tune it

Get a salt test kit that reads in #'s not color
Now get your pool to as close to 3000ppm as possible
under 2700 will cause the system to not produce enough chlorine
any higher than 3500ppm and you can go cloudy, trigger high salt alarm, and even taste terrible
Here is a link to manuals so you can see all other codes
http://www.intexcorp.com.hk/proifv/proifv_dl_client.jsp?source=intexstore

Jul 28, 2010 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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No chlorine being produced


although you are close to the amount of salt that is recommended all pools are just different enough that the salt table is just a starting point if you do not have enough salt it is still possible to not trigger the alarm but not produce enough chlorine.
Start by getting a salt test strip kit and get your pool to 3000ppm this may take a day or so since you really need to filter and circulate the pool for 24 hours in between adding salt
Once you get the salt right then move on to generating

also do not worry about total chlorine you just need to concentrate on free chlorine this is the amount available in the pool to do it's job and dont forget to ad a stabilizer to help hold the chlorine level on hot sunny days

Jun 05, 2010 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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