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    Second time around

    Hi, I'm new to the forum but I grew-up swimming in my parents pool all summer long in southern California. Many years later I fine myself with a fiberglass in ground pool in Idaho with lots of neglected maintenance issues. There is a leak I assume from the missing Pentaire pool light probably from the conduit. The concrete pool deck needs a refresh Cem-Coat paint and the rope from the automatic pool cover broke inside the track, the cover is about ten years old with a few small patches but otherwise in good shape, can't decide if I should replace rope or replace cover. I'm sure these topics have been addressed before I just have to find them.
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    Re: Second time around

    Welcome to TFP! Hopefully you'll find all the information you need just from searching a few old threads. If not, feel free to post back and we'll try to help. Nice to have you with us.
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    Re: Second time around

    Someone just mentioned auto cover advice over the weekend. I'll see if I can find it.
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