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    Pool cover pump needed

    Hello everyone!

    With all the rain we've had here in Northern Indiana, I found that my pool pillow collapsed and alot of water pushed the cover almost down to the bottom of my pool. I've lost the majority of water in the pool (will the sides collapse???) I can't use the cover pump now (tried doing that and almost drowned myself). Can anyone recommed a good pump that doesn't cost too much so I can get the water off of the cover? BTW, I got the pillow out, and refilled it and it's perfectly fine, no holes, so not sure why it deflated!
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    Re: Pool cover pump needed

    Not sure where you are in Northern Indiana but I'm in Winona Lake and I rent a submersible pump from my local rental shop. It's called The Rental Shop in Warsaw and the owner's name is Scott. $15 for 24 hours. Good Luck!
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