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    Draining Excess Water From the Pool in Winter

    It's not as easy as it sounds. My pool has been iced over for some time. Yesterday I could see it was melting and I had high hopes I could pump off the water from the winter cover. Today I looked at it and it is frozen solid again. I am not going to worry about it.
    Coleman 16' x 48" power steel pool.

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    Re: Draining Excess Water From the Pool in Winter

    I am just down the street and thought the exact same as you lol
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    Re: Draining Excess Water From the Pool in Winter

    This is my first year leaving a pool up in the winter and it is a learning experience. But it sure beats taking it down and putting it up again.
    Coleman 16' x 48" power steel pool.

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    Re: Draining Excess Water From the Pool in Winter

    And today it is 59 degrees and the ice is melting again. There was 3" of ice that I was able to break up and toss out piece by piece and I got all the water off the winter cover.
    Coleman 16' x 48" power steel pool.

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