Our salt water cell has died so we are using liquid chlorine to chlorinate our pool until we can afford to replace it. We recently completed a SLAM, passed the OCLT, and bumped up the CYA to 55 with liquid CYA. We are losing 4-5 ppm of chlorine a day which is more chlorine loss than I expected with that high of a CYA. Liquid chlorine prices have gone up because of the reported chlorine shortage and it is becoming hard to find, so I need to get chlorine consumption down, if possible. I tested my water and here are the results: FC 6.5, CC .5, PH 7.4, TA 70, CH 200, CYA 55. I did an OCLT last night with chlorine at target level and only lost .5 ppms of chlorine overnight. Water is crystal clear and I don’t see any hidden algae anywhere. Pool is surrounded by trees and I have no pool robot but I’m removing any leaves that blow in at the end of each day, dump out the skimmer once or twice a day, and vacuum once a week. Since our pool has 1900 ppms of salt, I’m wondering if I need to increase CYA higher than 55, like you would for a salt water pool. If increasing the CYA might help, how high should I increase it? I don’t plan on using any chlorine tablets this year, since they are impossible to find, so I’m wondering how high I can go with the CYA without causing any problems. I might buy a replacement salt cell later this year, but I’d really like to just continue using liquid chlorine for awhile since I love that I don’t have to add muriatic acid often like I did with the SWG.