I have an 24' AG pool with venyl liner. I have the Aqua Trol SWG from GOLDLINE (Hayward).
In the manual it says that I should respect the following recommendations (I put in BOLD the result of my last water test):
FC: 1 to 3 ppm (3)
PH: 7.2 to 7.6 (7.4)
Alkakinity: 80 to 120 ppm (90)
Salt: 2700 to 3400 ppm (3000)
Stabilizer: 60 to 80 ppm (20 to 30)
Calcium: 200 to 400 ppm (250)
As you can see, with the very good help of this forum I succeded to get my water in a good shape (BOLD numbers).
My question is: Is it a big deal if I don't respect the Stabilizer recommendation?
In the Aquatrol manual they say it is very important to respect the salt and Stabilizer level in order to prevent corrosion or scaling. My FC is always 2, 3 or 4 ppm. I don't undersatnd the relationship between the Stabilizer and corrosion. I thought theb Stabilizer was there to protect chlorine from the Sun ray effect (my understanding is that the sun kills the chlorine ).
Should I add more Stabilizer? The pool store says "NO" because my FC seems to be ok.
Any advice is welcome, thanks in advance