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    DLaplante's Avatar
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    Jun 2012
    Ham Lake, Minnesota

    Concrete pour.

    I poured a small slab to accomidate the pump, heater, and my SF, just off the pool deck. hind sight was this a bad idea for winterizing, or backwashing, or any other reason i may have forgotten?
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    Re: Concrete pour.

    From your pictures, I can't see why the new slab should give you any issues. It looks like all you're doing is elevating the equipment by a few inches.
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