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A lot of dishwashers do not have salt dispensers. If it does, the salt is added to a container which has a lid on the base (floor) on the inside under the bottom basket. Unscrew the lid and add the salt. Use normal pool salt. It is the same as "special dishwasher salt" that you pay a lot for. When full, the salt will last for 12 to 18 months. Most machines that have a salt container, also have a warning light on the panel to let you know it needs refilling. Dishwasher tablets do not add salt to the machine. Make sure you wipe up any salt that you may have spilt on the base of the machine, it will stain or rust the cabinet.
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yes. the saltwater is merely a substitute form of chlorine. you must still balance the water as you would with any pool. you will need to adjust ph, alk, calcium, stabilizer. you also need to check the chlorine level on a regular basis as these systems are either on or off. they dont regulate the amount of chlorine in the water
You need to know how much salt is currently in pool...
then what is total gallons of your pool?
Round pool? 22' round?
Use only Pure Pool Salt, NOT Softener salt!
2700 ppm to 3400 ppm is the range for ideal levels in your pool.
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1st... Your salt count should be at 3000 ppm... For your size pool, the start-up salt needed should be about 95 to 110 lbs.. 2nd... Run your pump for 24 hrs without the chlorinator after you have reached the 3000 ppm to properly disolve the salt and use only "pool salt" 3rd... Set your pump at 12 hrs and your chlorinator at 10 to 11 of those hrs until you have reached the desired chlorine level. 4th.. After your pool water has cleared, within 2 to 3 days...clean your chlorinator electrolytic cell and adjust your time down to maintain the proper chlorine level..
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what is the average depth... your going to take your widthxlengthxaverage depth and then multiply by 7.48... thats how many gallons your pool makes up.... most salt chlorinators call for 2700 to 3700 ppm ... get yourself a salt test kit, and make sure you use salt made for swimming pools....