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Maintain your pool water level halfway up the skimmer  box opening
▪ Normally, a pool should lose no more than 1/4 inch of water per day. If you notice a greater loss, suspect a leak.
▪ Loose tiles or cracks in the pool deck may be an indication of a leaking pool.
▪ Cracks and gaps in the bond beam may be an indication that your pool is leaking. If you notice water-saturated soils in the area around the pool, pool pumps or plumbing, your pool may be leaking.
▪ If you see bubbles in the return water when the pool's pump is running, it's likely there's a leak in the suction side of the filtration system.

Pool Safety
The Queensland government has provided a comprehensive pool safety website at the following link:

Swimming Pool Clarity
When opening your pool at the beginning of the season, run your filter around the clock until the water is completely clear. If your pool water appears green or has an unpleasant odor, the problem is probably caused by algae.
Test for proper chlorine level, and consult a pool professional if the problem persists. Keeping your filter, pump, lint trap and skimmer baskets clean and in proper working condition will help ensure that your pool water stays sparkling clear.
Pool inlets should be adjusted so the surface water is moving in a circular direction.
Make a habit of checking and emptying skimmer and pump baskets regularly.