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: Your situation sounds quite different from the original post. I think
: you are on the right track with the detergent sources. I'd try a
: clarifier and/or a heavy shock before looking at anything else.
: I believe Doc was the one who posted the testing methods. I don't
: remember the concentrations he recommended. I'm guessing it was just
: enough straight acid, and bleach to cover the material(in different
: containers of course).
When you say straight acid...what are you refering to if I have to go buy something? Muriatic acid, vinegar, lemon juice? Battery acid....?????? bleach I can figure out...since I cleaned out the filters again, and they were full of this stuff, almost like strings of something or another, little clumps, whathaveyou???, it's been better...but my hunch is that it is leftover detergent that was in the pipes from the last drain out and if it ever gets warm again....I will drain and refill maybe twice or three times....before I stay with the water for a few months...(probably in two months ... we have a wind chill factor of about -34 here in southern Wisconsin this afternoon....it's pretty bad...but nowhere's like Florida!!!!
We are now living in a topsy turvy world of weather...wow...
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