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What should you do if algae formed while waiting for the salt water unit to be hooked up to the electrical?


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2005-03-01 08:10:48
2005-03-01 08:10:48

Add unstablised chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) at a rate of 2 litres per 50 cubic metres. This will SUPERCHLORINATE the pool water to between 6 and 10 parts per million. The sodium hypochlorite disappears quite quickly (24-36 hours) but will have killed any algae.


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