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Why am I still getting algae even with perfect chemicals?

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This is a sample question for this forum, but to answer the question it's going to be circulation or phosphates. Examples of circulation would be things like a dirty filter or too short of a run time. Phosphates should be less than 200ppb (parts per billion). 

I hope this helps! :classic_biggrin:

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APPLY CLARIFIER. The water might be shady in the wake of treating the pool for green growth. This is ordinary and ought to leave by running the channel and cleaning it after the pool has been running for 24 hours. On the off chance that darkness still holds on, keep running your channel and apply a clarifier, for example, Ultra Bright.
Dark green growth is maybe the hardest green growth to dispose of. It has profound roots that can develop into the side of mortar or solid pools. It additionally has numerous layers that shield it from ordinary chlorine levels. ... A typical path for you pool to be contaminated by dark green growth is by a swimsuit that has once been in the sea.
On the off chance that there isn't sufficient chlorine to murder the green growth, there is unquestionably insufficient chlorine to eliminate microscopic organisms, infections, parasites and different pathogens, which could perhaps at the same time be in the water. These can enter the body of a swimmer by means of a little skin cut, or through eyes, ears, nose and throat.

Summer waves above ground pool

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On 11/24/2018 at 7:25 PM, seeting83 said:

APPLY CLARIFIER. The water might be shady in the wake of treating the pool for green growth. This is ordinary and ought to leave by running the channel and cleaning it after the pool has been running for 24 hours. On the off chance that darkness still holds on, keep running your channel and apply a clarifier, for example, Ultra Bright.
Dark green growth is maybe the hardest green growth to dispose of. It has profound roots that can develop into the side of mortar or solid pools. It additionally has numerous layers that shield it from ordinary chlorine levels. ... A typical path for you pool to be contaminated by dark green growth is by a swimsuit that has once been in the sea.
On the off chance that there isn't sufficient chlorine to murder the green growth, there is unquestionably insufficient chlorine to eliminate microscopic organisms, infections, parasites and different pathogens, which could perhaps at the same time be in the water. These can enter the body of a swimmer by means of a little skin cut, or through eyes, ears, nose and throat.

Summer waves above ground pool

Great information. Thanks so much for your post! 

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