When your swimming pool has stopped working, what should you do?
If you’re the only one at the pool, it’s easy to blame the temperature sensor for the problem.
The temperature sensor can be turned on and off at any time by turning a switch located at the base of the thermometer.
However, if the temperature in your pool is too high, you might have to go outside and turn the thermostat up.
Here are some tips to keep your pool safe.
When the thermometer goes on and you’re still having trouble getting the temperature down, call your local health authority.
The office may have an online service for people who have problems with their swimming pool temperature.
Ask them for advice or call your doctor.
If you can’t reach your local authority, you can also contact the Canadian Association of Home Health Care Providers.
If your swimming pools temperature doesn’t match your indoor temperature, or the temperature drops, the thermo-frosting inside your pool can cause problems.
If the frosting is on your pool floor, it can cause damage to your pool or water-treatment systems.
If water temperature in a swimming pool is above 70 degrees Celsius (160 degrees Fahrenheit), you can call the local water-quality department for advice.
Some pools also have thermostats that operate only when the water temperature is above 60 degrees Celsius.
The higher the temperature, the more heat is lost when the pool cools.
To protect yourself, you should keep your outdoor swimming pool at a temperature below 70 degrees and keep your indoor swimming pool within three feet of the water.
If a temperature gauge is working and the water in your swimming-pool starts to turn warm, you’re probably experiencing a problem with the thermometers.
If that’s the case, your pool should be closed and you should use caution.
The heat of the pool and the ice in the pool can melt ice and make it hard to see the temperature on the thermograph.
To make sure the temperature is accurate, turn off the thermos pump, shut off your water supply and close your doors.
If it’s not working, go to your nearest health authority office or call the office of your local water company to check the thermocouple temperature and see if it matches your indoor-pool temperature.