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The key to any pool regardless of sanitization or oxidation method used is to keep the water balanced. This means keeping pH, total alkalinity, hardness and total dissolved solids in-check. If the water is not balanced then you will overtime do damage to your pool and equipment regardless. Well balanced water should not be corrosive. There are lots of ...


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When you added the algaecide it contained a flocing agent which clumps up the dead algae which it then settles to the bottom of the pool. Filters do not filter out dead algae and all you're doing is recirculating the dead algae. How to Fix Some pool owners will need to fill their pool up with water in order to proceed to the next step. You may not. The ...


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From experience an extra wire with a different shield color might indicate it as the "Positive" wire in a circuit (or Hot). The electrician may have been planning ahead and to save time ran the extra wire. What I would do is to pick the most likely route of the yellow wire starting from the opened junction box. I believe you said there was a spa circuit ...


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If you have an inground pool, when you closed the pool you likely plugged the drains in your skimmers so there is no need to drain the pool to specifically protect the skimmers. Generally, if you live in an area where the pool will likely freeze over the winter you should keep the water level below the level of the tiles so they do not crack from the freeze. ...


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I found one answer to my own question today. Although I still don't know why the cap was so tight I managed to remove it. At first I used a 2x4 across the cap top and a rubber strap wrench to hold the feeder from turning. But I broke all 4 cap fins plus the pvc fittings which were connected to the feeder. Then I removed the feeder and placed it in a vise on ...



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