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    leg slippage

    I just installed a 24' x 52" Intex round metal frame pool. I made sure the legs were level and filled the pool. After a rain overnight I found 2 legs out of level directly across from each other and the legs are bowing outward as if the legs had moved inward. On one side it is about 1" high for about 3 feet and on the other side it is about 1-1/2" high for about 3 feet. Basically it is just high exactly where the 2 legs moved. How big of a problem is this? Should I try to jack these 2 points up and put something under them.
    24'x52" round intex metal frame pool saltwater using chlorine generator. First time pool owner

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    Re: leg slippage

    Can you post a picture?
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    Re: leg slippage

    I would not worry too much right now, just keep an eye on things if they get worse.
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    Re: leg slippage

    This is my first pool and it may be ok, just thought I would ask people that know more than me.
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    24'x52" round intex metal frame pool saltwater using chlorine generator. First time pool owner

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