Where do I go from here? Just let it ride and add liquid chlorine a few times a week?
Now I have a inline tablet chlorinator, but i know from past experiences that the stabilizer can get too high so I am glad
I found this forum. The tablet chlorinator is turned off for now.
I do travel and have to leave the pool for weeks sometimes so I guess I will have to use the tablets then.
Pool is in full sun except for late in the day, gets some shade from the house then for a few hours as the sun sets. Pool can get
pretty warm in the summer, almost 90 deg. I usually run the pump about 7 hours at night with sprayers working to cool it down. Pump
speed is pretty low.
Input water is from city and is pretty alkaline, haven't had to add yet but will soon and that will raise the Alkalinity.
Ph will probably come up with the tables turned off.
Water is very clear, no problems with algae.
From the pool store:
Total Available 4
Pool store says they can't get liquid chlorine, but my local Lowes has it at 10% for $3.25 a gallon.