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    top rail

    Hello all,

    From inside the pool, if I look under the top rail, I can see a small gap between the top rail and the actual pool wall, so that when water is actually splashed that high, it is able to escape the pool.

    Keep in mind, it is still covered by liner, so it is not going behind the walls, just on the outside and inside some ove the overlap that is outside the pool.

    Is this normal?
    24' AG Doughboy w/ 5'8 dish bottom, CWII DE Filter, 1.5 hayward 2 speed pump, Aquatrol SWG.

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    Re: top rail

    Yes it's normal. Mine does the same thing and it's a beaded liner with resin top rails.
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