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    Unhappy New Pool Unlevel

    My new Bestway 18' x 48" pool is filled, and I did check the land before. Now the water is 48" on one side and about 43" on the other. It is not leaning, but I really can't drain it now, the water here is pretty expensive. Anything I can do?


    Thanks

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    Re: New Pool Unlevel

    The only way I know of to level it is to drain, move, dig, and re-set... sorry.
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    Re: New Pool Unlevel

    I agree. That's just way beyond the recommended 1" level requirement. Not what you wanted to hear I'm sure.
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    Re: New Pool Unlevel

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Splash View Post
    I agree. That's just way beyond the recommended 1" level requirement. Not what you wanted to hear I'm sure.
    :/ That sucks. I'm draining it right now. I went out and bought some supplies to level the ground once the pool has drained. Thanks so much

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