Split by moderator from HERE. Sorry that this now appears out of context, but the advice was likely to cause confusion and discussion in the original thread. jblizzle
Start off by brushing all the green to the deep end.
The best thing to do when adding chlorine to a salt water pool, is to shock the pool with chlorine granules. Dilute them, and add it in the deep end.
It is hard to know exactly what is wrong with your chems without a water sample, but if the pool is green, I'm willing to bet there is no chlorine. If I were you, I would go ahead and brush it all to the deep end, and shock it with 6 pounds spread around the deep end. After a day or so, it should be clear enough to vacuum on waste. One thing about having a salt system, is you have to maintain your stabilizer. Chlorine sticks add this, but you never use tabs/sticks with a salt system, so you have to add the stabilizer yourself. Adding chlorine through the skimmer will damage your salt cell.
After you get your water sample back, I would be happy to help you get your pool clear and balanced.