My wife and I have a salt pool and currently use the CircuPool Chlorinator to generate Chlorine. I bought the new CircuPool Chlorinator because I thought the older Hayward Aqua-Rite Chlorinator cell was going bad. What made me think that is that when I had Leslie's Pool Supply test my water it was always low on Chlorine even though I kept up on adding Stabilizer to be at or slightly above 50 ppm. The problem was noticed this past October when the solar water heater was still in use and the pool water temperature was about 80 degrees F. Anyhow, the water level in my pool isn't changing very much so I don't think I have a leak (evaporates about 3/8" or less per day), so my question is where is all the Stabilizer going ? Is it possible that the Stabilizer I buy from Leslies (the granular type) is designed to dissipate so you have to keep buying more? I think I've added over four pounds of Stabilizer since October and now water testing says I have ZERO stabilizer at this time in my pool. One good thing is that now with the solar water heater turned off (bypassed) the CircuPool Chlorinator is generating Chlorine. Maybe there's some kind of algae growing in my solar pool heating pipes or bladder. I just tested my pool water and the level is up to 4.0, so if the pool tests are accurate the chlorinator is doing a good job of generating Chlorine even without any stabilizer. Please let me know if I need to test for Stabilizer content myself and if it is possible that the Leslie's Pool Stabilizer is dissipating that quickly. Thanks for your help.