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    DIY Pool Liner


    I want to replace my liner myself but I dont want to mess it up and some one let me know how hard it is to replace a pool liner your self. I seen some video's but I did not see a video with the liner being set in the coping ( I have PVC coping).

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    Re: DIY Pool Liner

    Well I'm pretty new to pools... As I am just building mine... I'm doing it all myself..... I just reached the liner install part... I have to say that was one of the easiest things I'vf done on the pool... From opening the box to starting to fill was maybe 1.5 hrs.... And it was the first time I ever did it... My wife helped me.. The main thing is to get the corners right and everything else went very easy... We have aluminum bull nose coping... We set the liner and sucked it in place with shop vacs.... Worked awesome...
    20x40 vinyl liner IG pool, 20x16 shallow end, deep end is 8ft....Metal walls... 1hp single speed Pentair Pump..... 24" sand filter... build in progress....

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    Re: DIY Pool Liner

    Ditto on using a shop vac to set the liner. It makes it real easy, and the best part is if you don't have it just right, all you have to do is release the vacuum and reset it till you get it right.
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