This is my first season with a SWG. I have the Circupool RJ45+ installed in May. I've adjusted down to 12-hour pump/SWG run time and at 5% power, which is expected as we have lower chlorine demand now. This is keeping chlorine levels perfect. However, now it's getting to where the water temp in the morning is just below the operating temp of the SWG (63 this morning and the SWG cuts off at 65). It's blinking the generate light and complaining about the water temp, as expected. My question is if it's ok to leave it in that state and just let it start generating when the water warms up (it's going to be sunny and 75 today so it will warm up) or if I should disable the SWG now and go back to manually adding liquid chlorine. My main concern is damaging the cell. I have historically not closed down the pool until water temp stays consistently below 60, so not quite there yet.