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Thread: Unique "filling the pool" question.

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    Unique "filling the pool" question.

    Our installers came out today to fix an issue with the floor of our above ground pool installed a few months ago. The liner had divots after the floor was improperly packed I guess. We drained the pool, they pulled the liner off on the sides, filled and packed more sand into the affected areas and reset the liner.

    Here is my question:
    Am I okay to let my pool fill overnight since the liner has already been stretched once before? The floor of the pool looks great. I just don't want to damage the pool or liner. It was 85 degrees today and it is forecast to get down to 60-62 degrees tonight.

    Thanks for the advice!
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    Re: Unique "filling the pool" question.

    Sure.
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    Re: Unique "filling the pool" question.

    The longer it sits without water the better the chance of a it not setting back where it needs to........fill it.
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