No chlorine in late afternoon

Chlorinating, maintaining the right chlorine levels,
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No chlorine in late afternoon

Postby cab » Thu 22 Jul, 2010 17:15

hello all i have a SWG that has been running 24 hours a day for the last 6 days. i check my chlorine level in the mornings and all is fine but this afternoon i checked it and it was zero. any suggestions? it a 20.9 x 40. thanks in advance.


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No chlorine in late afternoon

Postby lbridges » Thu 22 Jul, 2010 19:53

And what is the CYA level in ppm?
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No chlorine in late afternoon

Postby Bjorn » Wed 04 Aug, 2010 15:42

It sounds as though you need to add cyanor to the pool water ... it can be done with chlorine Puch, because these also contain cyanor .... but you've probably solved the problem ...? :?:
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No chlorine in late afternoon

Postby swimfit » Fri 24 Dec, 2010 02:03

Could you share the readings of all of it that you got on your test?
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No chlorine in late afternoon

Postby floridapooltech » Sat 01 Jan, 2011 15:15

Bjorn wrote:It sounds as though you need to add cyanor to the pool water ... it can be done with chlorine Puch, because these also contain cyanor .... but you've probably solved the problem ...? :?:


Pool owners that switch to a chlorine generator do not want to add tri-chlor or other forms of chlorine as it defeats the purpose. It is recommended to just use standard Cyanuric acid which is available in both a dry, and liquid form. If you post your CYA levels along with the shallow depth + deep depth / 2 x L x W, we will be able to help you out.
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