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Thursday, 21 July 2011

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My pool (80F) is growing tiny little bugs that seem to "fly" in the water. I shocked the poo, and they disappear for a while. A few days later, the chlorine level dropped a little -still reads pretty high- the bugs came back. If I add chlorine I will not be able to use the pool.
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