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Thread: AGP Liner pulled out of track- help!

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    AGP Liner pulled out of track- help!

    We have a round AGP, sunk halfway, and are cleaning up for our 2nd swimming season. We did not winterize this year, so we thought we would drain some of the gunk and refill. Our liner has slipped out of the track on one section of wall. I have read other similar topics on this site describing using hot water to stretch it back into place. My question is this: Is there some type of adhesive that is used to keep the lip (or is this called the "bead"?) of the liner in the track? Any suggestions are appreciated!

    27x54 AGP with Waterfall, 18,500 gallons, Waterway Sand filter- Waterway 1.5 hp -1 speed pump , TF-100 test kit, BBB method.

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    Re: AGP Liner pulled out of track- help!

    Some AGPs have a bead or j - hook that tucks into a track and holds the liner in place. Overlap liners drape over the wall of the pool and are held in place with a clip. If you can post a picture of the problem area we can get a better idea how to help you.
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    Re: AGP Liner pulled out of track- help!

    If you do have a beaded liner you can buy some liner lock to help hold it in place if it keeps slipping out once you get it back in the receiver.
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