Basically, you just put a few 3" tabs of chlorine in the dispenser and set it in the pool. Sometimes they have adjustments on the bottom which regulate water flow. I usually leave them open for max flow at all times in order to get the maximum amount of chlorine into the water. Also, make certain that you attach it to the ladder or somewhere convenient because it can float and block the skimmers.
That's not necessary unless it becomes a nuisance
You can not use a floating chlorine dispenser and a solar pool cover at the same time. The solar blanket sits on the surface of the water, thus, a floating dispenser would be unable to float freely. It would end up sitting in one spot, unable to circulate in the water. This would result in spot chlorine damage to your solar blanket, and possibly to your pool finish.
I use 2 in the floating dispenser but this is for a 4,000 gal pool. I'd use 4-5
It probably would make it worse. Chlorine is heavier than water, so when the dispenser releases chlorine, it would sit at the bottom, rather than drift down.
Depends on the keg dispenser. I recommend the Hoff-Stevens Keg Dispenser available at http://homebrewheaven.com/hoff-stevens-keg-dispenser-tap.htm
As long as you keep your pH and your chlorine at the proper level it should not matter what technique you use.
if you are floating chlorine tabs take them out it the chlorine will eventually turn back to it's natural state which is a gas and just simply go away
If you put TNT in a dispenser then activate the dispenser with a redstone current, the TNT will be dispensed already primed and will explode shortly afterwards. This is useful for making automatically reloading cannons and some traps.
None unless you have a leak.
Chlorine tablets should be placed in a floating tablet dispenser and positioned in an area where the water flow will slowly dissolve the tablets (over a return jet). Never place in the skimmer box unless you want to fork out for a new pump every 2 years.
It can, a vending machine is a dispenser
form_title= Soap Dispenser form_header= Rid your office of germs with a soap dispenser. What scent do you have in mind?*= _  Will the dispenser attach to the wall?*= () Yes () No What color do you want the dispenser?*= _ 
Bleach has a type of chlorine in it..just like chloring tablets I have floating in my pool with a floating clorinator. If you breathe to much of that cholorine, it could result in severe damage to your body.
I can't answer the initial question if chlorine generators give off high chlorine false readings. I have an inline chlorine dispenser and it seems to work just fine for me. But the second part of the question asking if high chlorine will give false readings for pH and TA. I have read that somewhere and I am currently researching to validate that finding.
Chlorine does not have a full set of valence electrons (it has 7). Chlorine will participate in chemical reactions that provide it with this eighth electron.
Sure you can use liquid chlorine and walk around the pool. You can use granular chlorine directly into the pool. If it doesn't disolve before it gets to the bottom you should brush it around so it won't stain. Never add pucks/tabs directly to the pool OR THE SKIMMER. (BAD FOR THE EQUIPMENT) They will sink to the bottom and stain.
Yes. Do you not use them in your home. Soap dispensers are very popular, especially since the time liquid soaps have gained poplularity. The main advantage of soap dispenser are that they avoid wastage. Whether the soap dispenser are manual or automatic, they only ejects a set amount of liquid soap.
I use the floating dispenser on a 13 foot pool and keep 5 1" tablets in it all the time. I use an algecide about every other week. I went almost 2 months doing this before the water started to get a little cloudy, so I just shocked it which should clear the cloudiness in a day or so.
The soap dispenser was invited by Mr. Soap
DISPENSER[dis'pensə]1. фармацевт, аптекар2. човек/прибор, който раздава/разпределя
Usually chlorine will evaporate in 24 hours if set out in an open container.
Are your readings at zero or are they at six? How old is your test kit an solutions? Replace and test again. When did you back wash or clean the filter? Have you added chlorine stabilizer? Ken
It is recommended to remove before swimming because there will be a higher concentration of chlorine around the float. Since chlorine is toxic in high levels, you should not swim while it is in the pool.