Perfect readings but no chlorine

Chlorinating, maintaining the right chlorine levels,
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devitocj
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Perfect readings but no chlorine

Postby devitocj » Mon 08 Jun, 2009 22:46

We have perfect readings for our in ground pool but no chlorine levels. I've been reading that extremely low chlorine levels is attributed to the chlorine smell but we have no smell. Our water is clear and we have shocked it twice. Any ideas?


Denali
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Perfect readings but no chlorine

Postby Denali » Mon 08 Jun, 2009 22:52

devitocj wrote:We have perfect readings for our in ground pool but no chlorine levels. I've been reading that extremely low chlorine levels is attributed to the chlorine smell but we have no smell. Our water is clear and we have shocked it twice. Any ideas?


What are you using to test the water? CYA level?
Bjorn
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Perfect readings but no chlorine

Postby Bjorn » Wed 17 Jun, 2009 16:24

You have to test your water for chlorine level before we can come up with any solution. Have you read the "pool school"? :?:

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