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Thread: JHook Liner In Bead Reciever

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    JHook Liner In Bead Reciever

    My wife started to install the pool liner today before I got home from running an errand. There's no water in the pool yet. The liner is a uni-bead. You can take the j-hook portion off and then it becomes a beaded liner. She did the install with the j-hook in the bead receiver. Will this cause a problem in the future? Would it help to install bead-lock or is it best to re-install the liner by removing the j-hook portion?

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    Re: JHook Liner In Bead Reciever

    It would be best to remove the J-hook and install the bead in the receiver. Since there's no water in it, it shouldn't be too much to remove the j-hook section and insert the bead.
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    Re: JHook Liner In Bead Reciever

    thanks that's what I'm thinking. I got home during the install and helped finish it, but didn't catch it. Then last night something was bothering me about the install so I went out and looked things over again. FWIW, the pool at our old house I think I installed the liner with the j-hook in the bead receiver. That may be why I had some issues with it coming out.

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