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Water bugs, swimming insects and sweat bees.
Foaming bubbly water. Frogs in the pool.
Dead animals in the swimming pool.

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Postby jkalpayne » Fri 26 Jun, 2009 20:14

I am out of ideas on this one. It is early in the season and my above ground 15x30 pool is already above 90. It is not refreshing, or enjoyable, and harder to take care of. I have tried a fountain in the past and have very little difference. I dropped the level three to four inches and refilled the other day and not one degree of difference. We are experiencing 100 plus temps right now. Any ideas are welcome!!!

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Postby Crimson » Mon 29 Jun, 2009 10:16

Same problem here.. central FL.. its finally dropped to 88 in the past few days which is better.. but the spring has been hotter than normal and my pool gets a ton of direct sunlight. I was thinking of some sort of cover to block the light.
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Postby skinsfan44 » Mon 29 Jun, 2009 10:40

Too bad we couldn't average ours out- 74 degrees on my inground in South Jersey. OK for me, but too cold for the wife and family.

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