HIGH CYA

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KC1
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HIGH CYA

Postby KC1 » Tue 29 May, 2007 10:39

I HAVE HIGH CYA FRON USEING THE 3'' PUCKS. I NEED 1/2 GAL. OF CYA REMOVER OR DRAN 1/2 OF THE POOLS WATER. WE ARE IN BAD DROUGHT HERE IN GA. ANY CHEEPER WAY THAN $44.99 TO GET CYA DOWN


bryant1976
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Postby bryant1976 » Tue 29 May, 2007 14:25

Same problem here. CY A is double what it should be and my pool place told me that I may have to drain half of my pool and add fresh water. I don't really want to do that, but I'm now considering it. Yesterday, my water became a little cloudy. I shocked it and then took a water sample to my pool place and that's when they told me. I'm new to the pool thing, and I've had my pool open for over a month (and it's really been crystal clear). Anyway, this is frustrating...I would definitely love to find a way to lower CY A so that I don't have to drain my pool...
Buggsw
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Postby Buggsw » Wed 30 May, 2007 00:51

I've never heard of a CYA remover. What is the brand, name and the ingredients?

What are your CYA levels?
What is the volume of your pools?
KC1
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CYA

Postby KC1 » Fri 01 Jun, 2007 10:32

CYA IS 150 .POOL IS 18' ROUND 8,000 GAL.
IN THE SWIM .COM HAS THE CYA REMOVER FOR 44.99

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