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    Pool Liner

    I have a in groung pool with a vinyl liner. I drained it to clean and i have under liner. Any suggestions.


    36x18' rectangle in-ground pool, Vinyl, approx 28k gal; Sta-Rite (S7D75) 37 Sq. ft DE filter -currently trying ZeoFiber DE replacement powder; Sta-Rite Dyna-Glas 1.5 HP (uprated) pump; electric timer, 3 hr on / off cycle; BBB method; The Pool Cleaner (4-wheel side-pressure).

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    Mod Squad jblizzle's Avatar
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    Re: Pool Liner

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Would you care to elaborate? Because what your wrote does not make sense.
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    linen's Avatar
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    Re: Pool Liner

    Welcome to tfp, frenchy

    I am going to take a guess that your saying you have water under the liner? How far did you drain in the shallow end? If your local ground water table is high, then you do not want to drain below it, or you risk having the liner lift. With that said, often just refilling the pool will fix the issue once you have refilled up above the water table, though wrinkles can show up, these can sometimes be worked out.
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