Too Much Algaecide in Pool?

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To correct too much Algaecide in a Pool, the water threshold of the pool should be noted. The Algaecide to be put into the pool depends upon the gallons of water in the pool. Know how much mineral treatment is to be added, such that the metal content is stabilized.
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1. Write down the total gallons of water that the swimming pool can hold. Obtain this number from the manual that comes with an above-ground pool or from the dealer who installed
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Ignore it it will go away eventually.
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You can find out for sure by e-mailing Bob. He helps me with everything. Bob@bobspoolservice.com. I wouldn't do anything to it until you hear from Bob. You could also find a pool
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