Pool Chems High

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thewedge posted this 15 April 2020

Pool chemicals have been almost perfect for about 2 months now. Then I went out to check them this last weekend and they were all high. Well most of them.

PH 80, TA 120, CH 410, FC 0, TC o, CYA 60. The pool capacity is around 23,000 Gallons. What should I do?

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InyoRob posted this 15 April 2020

The pH of 8.0 can be reduced by adding 3.5 cups of muriatic acid. That will lower your 23,000 gallon pool to a pH level of 7.6. The only other concern would be the chlorine level. You'll need to shock the pool and get that free chlorine level back to 1-3 ppm.

lewisreed posted this 16 April 2020

I put the solar cover on at night to prevent heat loss and take it off most mornings so the pool is exposed to the sun pretty often through the daylight hours. The cover is never left on for more that a day at a time.

my TA shows as 130 ppm (with recommended range 80-120) the PH is 7.4 I don't see a seperate listing for CYA but I think that might be otherwise called stabalizer? if so it's 40 ppm.

I have a vinyl liner and the calcium level is 200ppm.

InyoRob posted this 16 April 2020

Hello Lewisreed - Yes, CYA is also called stabilizer. 40 ppm is a good level.

thewedge posted this 22 April 2020

Thanks much InyoRob. That worked perfect for my pool. I hadn't returned my answer because of this corona B.S. that has everybody preoccupied. Thanks again.

William Blankinship-

InyoRob posted this 22 April 2020

That's great, William. Thank you for coming back and providing an update.

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