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Thanks - I thought as much. They do offer free testing, and the one time last year we did it before we closed the pool, they had us paying big bucks for all kinds of stuff, and they won't tell you how to use them, you have to schedule a $200 "pool orientation" appointment.
So how do you know its balanced then? I know how to manage the chlorine, but I don't get the other stuff. Alkinity and whatever - do you just add the various chemicals at regular intervals? At the end of the season last year I woke up one morning to find fuzzy algae all over it.
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