So 2 years ago we shelled out the cash to have a new liner installed. Last year I bought a loop-loc cover and installed it myself. I was happy that we were protecting our new liner.
Well it has RAINED and RAINED nonstop for about a month here - floods, etc. One day I noticed water sitting on top of my cover in the middle and not draining. Then it dawned on me that the water had actually gotten up that high. So I went out and started the pump up and drained it down some.
Today I took the cover off and was happy at first - cover did it's job and just some silt on the bottom.
Then I saw it. A whole corner of the cover had come out of the track and it looks like it has a lot of slack in it. If I put it back in it just tries to fall out of the track again.
Then I saw the bottom - wrinkles everywhere. Not huge ones but LOTS of them. My wife and I just stood there feeling sick.
I guess the corner popped off and some water got under the liner. I have NO idea how it left little wrinkles from the shallow end - all the way down to the deep end.
I'm hoping somehow all the massive rains had maybe caused the ground to be so saturated that water was pushing up from underneath and somehow this would correct itself - but I'm about done with that thought. I assume I'm screwed.
Any semi-easy fix I can do here?
Thanks for the help.