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    Smile new pool

    i have a intex 14x42 above ground. really dont want to take down for the winter. live in Washington state. almost always have days of freezing and some snow. I've heard people who do take their pool down, drain below the inlet, do the chemicals and cover, etc..... thoughts

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    Re: new pool

    Hello and welcome to TFP. Many pool owners leave their pool up all winter in much colder climates than yours. Make sure to start at the TFP Pool School - Closing (Winterizing) Your Above Ground Pool page and then post back with any questions. Lots of folks willing to help you.
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    Re: new pool

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