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    Unleveal pool

    Hello Everyone,
    I know this topic has probably been beat to death but I have to ask. We just installed a new 30'x52" AGP steel wall pool. We did everything by the book making sure that we leveled the ground using a laser level. After filling the pool I have noticed now that I have a couple of uprights(posts) that are leaning in and the wall also appears to be leaning in about 1/4". I checked the level of the water and I appear to be off about 1 1/4" on the high side. My question is, should I drain the pool and repair this or am I fine as is or is there something I can do while it is filled? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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    Re: Unleveal pool

    If it's just 1¼" out of level I don't think that's too bad. If it's more than that I'd drain and relevel. 1¼" over 30' isn't very out of level.
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