Finally took posession of the house and pool this weekend and was able to take some test results and here they are.
FC - 5.5 (There have been tabs in the chlorinator and I have been adding bleach so I assume that is why this is high)
CC - 0 (Not sure how accurate this is. When I added the drops it clouded the water but didn't change the color. Is it common for this to be zero?)
TC - 5.5
PH - 8.2 (After the test I added 3/4 gallon of acid and after 2 hours I retested and PH was 7.2)
T/A - 260
CH - 400 (This test is VERY inaccurate. I got tired of counting after 30 and just started releasing drops til the color changed.)
CYA - 100+ (Again I am not sure how accurate I was with this test. Pretty sure the black dot disappeared before I stopped pouring but when I stopped the water was right on 100.)
With these results I have removed the tablets from the chlorinator and plan on doing a 50% water change next weekend. What is the best way to change out the water? Can I remove and replace at the same time? Or should I remove half and then replace half?
Pool looks and feels awesome and I wasn't at all surprised by the CYA numbers. I added bleach Friday and Saturday due to high swimmer load so along with the tablets that probably contributed to the Chlorine being high.