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    Need advice!!

    I have a 24'52" above ground pool,I've just started filling it and there's about 2' of water in it,I noticed a dent in the side behind a wall support, after a little checking I found a paver that was just a little high so I tapped it down and it worked but I cracked the block,my question is will it be OK to leave it and continue filling the pool??
    I have and above ground 24'52" above ground paradise pool

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    Re: Need advice!!

    Welcome!

    pictures would help- no one from here was there and it's hard to describe such problems in words.
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    Re: Need advice!!

    I will get some pics in the morning. Thank you for your response!!

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    Re: Need advice!!

    It will be better if you fix the dent now itself.. The dent may become large within few days. Prevention is always better than cure

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    Re: Need advice!!

    You will need to replace the block. A broken block will not provide the support needed and may sink as the pool fills with water.
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