Hi. I've got a Aqua Rite T-15. Instructions say that salt should be between 2700 - 3400 ppm for it to work. Below 2700 lights blink and or come on continuously meaning it is partially or not working. My question is is there a relationship between the salt level and the output of chlorine from the unit. If I had 3400 ppm salt would the chlorine output be more than if I had say 2800 ppm salt? I've always tried to keep it at no more than about 3200 for fear of tasting salt in water. Obviously, I know this unit is slightly undersized for my pool. Just trying to optimize performance. Thanks all.