I have a rock feature on my pool.
It appears the salt in my salt water pool is causing the rock to degrade quicker than normal - I found a pool guy I trust in the Houston area and he said this is pretty common on SW pools he has seen in the area.
I tried a rock sealer, but it didn't do too much to the amount of rock coming off.
- I've got the salt down to ~2100 ppm, but the SWG is reading 'general fault, low salt level'
- Does the SWG turn off the cell in a low salt situation?
- Once I get to near zero salt, what is the best way to turn the unit off? I may go back to salt in the future (I'm going to try the summer with the BBB method) can I just unplug the leads from the wall mount to the cell and call it good? Is there a good way to put the cell and wall unit into hibernation?