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Thread: RP001 - Bulges in fiberglass pool wall

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    RP001 - Bulges in fiberglass pool wall

    I am having the same issue with a 41 year old pool. Question: if I leave the water in it and replace the decking and backfill in sections will the sides straighten out due to the water pressure being exerted in the pool? Do I risk the wall bursting by leaving water in the pool?

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    Re: RP001 - Bulges in fiberglass pool wall

    I have put your question in your own thread. Asking a question in another's thread can often result in incomplete and confusing response. You now have a new thread all to yourself
    Dave S.
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    Re: RP001 - Bulges in fiberglass pool wall

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