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    pool not level

    we had a 30 round put in last year and I have never felt the vertical support legs (what ever you call them) were straight. Everyone told me it was in my head. I just held a level up to them and they are indeed not straight up and down. They are odd by a small amount maybe 1/4 of an inch. meaning id I adjusted the bottom of the leg 1/4 of an inch it would be straight.

    What will this mean for the pool and its life span? am I worried about nothing?

    The installer did use a laser level and sand and the whole 9 yards.
    25,500K gallons; cartridge; IG; plaster; I'll have to look up the pump size and flow rate

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    JasonLion's Avatar
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    May 2007
    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: pool not level

    If the legs are out 1/4 inch across their entire height, that is fine. Small angles like that are not a problem. It is extremely difficult to get everything exactly perfect. There will usually be some tiny error like that left over after you do the best possible install.
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