My new pool was completed at beginning of March and I noticed right away that at the closest return jet there are always bubbles coming out when the pump is running. My PB did a pressure check and was perplexed about it and had me turn the Hayward variable speed pump up 400 RPM which helped a bit but bubbles still were coming out just more spaced out. Eventually I noticed it was the Aquarite SWG that was producing the bubbles as they would disappear when it was turned off. From what I've found there is really nothing you can do to prevent this as it's normal for the SWG to produce hydrogen and chlorine gasses during operation. The problem is most likely that this return jet is too close to the SWG. My question is does this bubbling aerate the water and thus increase the pH the same as air bubbles from an air leak would do? It seems my pH is constantly high and I'm having to add acid every few days to bring it down. Thanks!