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Will your water softener interfere with a saline pool conversion?


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2008-06-28 17:14:40
2008-06-28 17:14:40

It should not be a problem at all.

A: you should not have a water softener tied into the swimming pool PERIOD. The product resulting from a water softener can be detrimental ( not good) to the pool plaster and the equipment. In fact, it may harm the salt system readings and components.

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