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    Need to purchase ANOTHER new liner

    Can anyone here recommend a quality internet site where I can purchase a new liner. We bought one from our local pool store last summer. Turned out it was defective and the seam blew out. Back to square one.
    Also, should I consider 25 gauge over 20 gauge, or is it not worth the extra $$?
    thanks!
    Theresa
    Theresa and/or Gary

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    Re: Need to purchase ANOTHER new liner

    You should have a pretty good warranty on that one year old one that "blew out". I'd probably follow up with them first.
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    Re: Need to purchase ANOTHER new liner

    If you have no luck w/the warranty, Namco carries decent liners for around $300 on a 24ft round
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    Re: Need to purchase ANOTHER new liner

    We are boycotting the pool store altogether. We had terrible customer service to begin with. Because the liner was bad, it also caused the walls to buckle and now they are un-usable. The pool store won't help with anything but giving us another liner. Won't help with new walls, the $ we spent on water or the $ we spent on install. The liner was much more expensive at the pool store, but we bought local because we thought we would get better service face to face. Lesson learned! We did get a refund for the liner and now plan to purchase online. Thanks for the link!
    Theresa and/or Gary

    Complete DIY: 20x40' rectangle. Resin walls, vinyl lined. 33000 gallons. Full width steps. 8' deep. Diving board, slide. Hayward pro series super pump, sand filter. Raypack 336K BTU heater. Main drain, 2 skimmers, 3 returns, 2 amerilite lights with quick change lens Aquamatic auto cover and a partridge in a pear tree.
    Breaking our backs in the hopes that one of our six kids will care for us when we are old ;)

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