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Welcome to the webs Original "On-line" Help Desk for pool and spa problems.Your questions have been surprisingly diverse and if common or interesting enough, may be posted to the FAQ page. If you have a question, we'll run it by whomever is most experienced to answer.
For chemical problems, please see our links page. The info's complete and the sites are comprehensive. We're versed in real-world pool chemistry, but these guys argue Periodic Theory. Chemistry gets real technical, real fast and that's good enough reason for us to avoid chemical disputes.
Anything else to do with a pool or spa is fair game. Simply answer the questions on the checklist to the best of your knowledge.
NOTE: Your e-mail address is required for a personal reply.
What is your name?
What is your e-mail address?
If you have a pool, what kind?
If you have a spa, what kind?
What kind of pool surface do you have?
Where do you get your supplies, chemicals, and advice?
What kind of filter do you use?
When was your pool or spa built?
The following questions apply to leak problems:
Can you isolate the pool(s) at the equipment?
How does this affect the leak?
How much water are you adding daily or weekly?
When you turn off the pump does the leak noticeably slow down or stop?
What is the stop level of the leak when you don't add water?
Do you live near a:
Have any modifications been made to the original pool shell or plumbing?
Any other observations you've made about your pool?
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