I am fairly new to the whole pool world. I recently installed a 24' AGP with a 1HP Hayward pump and sand filter and a automatic chlorinator. Before starting the pool up I loaded the chlorniator up with about 8 3" pucks and started it up. Well I plumbed the filter and chlorinator with the wrong PVC glue so it leaked. I had to cut the chlorinator out and use flex line till I could get a day off to re-plumb. I went out last night to take a few pucks out to throw into the skimmer and was nearly overtaken by the burning smell that came out of the chlorniator when I opened it. I had to literally run away from the pool to get away from the smell. I could see it easily overtaking somebody and possibly severely hurting them. Does anybody have any tips to lessen the effect of opening and servicing the chlorinator? I don't want to have to put on a haz-mat suit and respirator everytime I service it.