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The same as a non-salt system pool. Disregard answer above. The only reading that will remain constant, in the above situation, is the alkalinity =80 - 120 ppm; pH = 7.4 - 7.6 For a salt system pool your conditioner/stabilizer should be slightly higher than a namually fed pool. You should achieve readings of 75 - 85 ppm.

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Q: What should the readings be for alkalinity and stabilizer for a salt water swimming pool?
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