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Thread: Above Ground liner replacement

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    Join Date
    May 2011

    Above Ground liner replacement

    Just wanted to show off our re-built pool. We changed from baqa-goo summer before last, then last summer got a new filter switching from sand to DE and then lo and behold this winter, our liner sprung a leak. It was over 10 years old so instead of trying to find the leak, patch it, and worry all summer we decided to just put a new one in. Took hubby and I the weekend to do it, one day to remove, one day to install (could have pushed it to one, but decided better to not rush things). This youtube video helped a lot (parts 1 and 2), especially the shop vac part. Never would have thought of it. And it came out better than the install we paid for 10 years ago. We have one small wrinkle, the installed liner had a few. Also anyone doing this themselves make sure you have a nice warm sunny day. Helps strech out the linter.

    Now we just need some warm weather to enjoy it. 65 degrees is the warmest the water has been yet. My 5 year old went in, but way too cold for me.
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    13500 gal 15x30 oval AG, Hayward DE filter

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    Jun 2008
    Suffolk County, NY

    Re: Above Ground liner replacement

    That looks awesome! It makes the water look amazing
    18x38 Inground Liner (25k gal) Paver surround, multi-speed pump, DE Filter, Raised spill over spa, TF-100

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    Mar 2013
    Central Iowa

    Re: Above Ground liner replacement

    2014 Used 33'x54" Wilbar Morada,deep end approx 28,800 gal.
    Hayward S180T1580S pump/filter combo, Hayward Wanda the Whale cleaner
    Pentair Aqualuminator light/return, Aquabot S2-50
    TF-100 kit, Initial fill with pond water
    South Central Iowa

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    Re: Above Ground liner replacement

    Great video. Looks like hard work but it's definitely worth it to have a pool!

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