I have my SWG wired to the low speed outputs on my timer. It is a Compupool replacement for a Jandy Aquapure 1400. Here is my issue: when the pump is running on low, which is how I would like to do it most of the day, the cell itself is only 1/3 to 1/2 of the way full. The flow is fine for the SWG to operate, but I am concerned that a) the electrolysis plates might get damaged because there is no water on the upper portions of the plates, and b) my chlorine generation is being severely compromised or the cell is thinking it is generating much more than it is (since water is not flowing over parts of the plates). Was wondering if anyone has run into this - at this point, my only thought is to perhaps run the SWG only on the high speed side, but that would ramp up the cost quite a bit.