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    unlevel pool????

    Hi, i have an intex 18 x 48 metal frame pool and after installing a filling i noticed that the water level is about 3 inches higher in one section along the back ..should i drain and fix or no...i just dont like the idea of losing that much water. Is there a way to fix it without draining? Please help!

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    Re: unlevel pool????

    No way that I know of that is safe and may not damage the pool. One inch is the limit of "out of level" allowed before it starts to get unsafe.
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    Re: unlevel pool????

    What tim said. For your safety and your swimmers safety, please consider draining the pool and properly leveling it out. 3 inches is definitely not safe friend.
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    Re: unlevel pool????

    Welcome. Another vote for a redo. Sorry. 1" max is industry standard.
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