I'm getting puzzling salt level readings from my SWG. I think it's reading way low. Earlier in the spring I added 4 bags of salt. My reading was 2200 I think. That should've put me well over 3000. The reading on my SWG went to about 2900. I didn't really care since it was generating chlorine. Fast forward to last weekend. We've had a lot of rain lately which has required me to drain some water periodically. So I wasn't too surprised to see my salt level drop. I kind of forgot about it and let it get too low. The panel said 2200 but it stopped generating chlorine and I got a small amount of algae. After a quick weekend slam I added 4 more bags of salt. Reading didn't change overnight. Ended up adding a total of 7 bags. Reading went to 2900. So I just assumed my starting point was actually less than 2200. Again, it's generating chlorine so whatever. I did a full suite of analysis today including my Taylor salt kit. It gave me a reading of 6600! I've used this test a few times before and it has always read higher by about 1000. But this is much much higher. I'll admit I haven't cleaned my cell with muriatic acid in a long time. Could that be giving me a low salt reading? If the SWG is happy right now, I'm a little reluctant to clean the cell in case it does start reading much higher and stops generating chlorine. Does too much salt matter if the SWG is working? Any advice?