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vi3tninja72
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Postby vi3tninja72 » Tue 06 Jan, 2009 20:43

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Postby Guest » Wed 11 Mar, 2009 06:59

Any feedback on the site?

How has the response been?
hookybill

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Postby hookybill » Tue 06 Apr, 2010 13:04

very new.I wa wondering if I needed to have the pump on when I first started the opening of my pool?I mean when I first shock the pool with chemicals does the pump need to be on?
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Postby Guest » Wed 07 Apr, 2010 03:30

The more you run the pump the better the chemicals mix and the faster they can reach the trouble spots. Extended filtration clears pools quicker, the exception being floc, in which case the pool should be left to 'rest' after a few hours of filtration to allow the dirt to settle.

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