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Thread: liner wrinkled from vacuum

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    wmorge's Avatar
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    Jun 2013
    Terre Haute, Indiana

    liner wrinkled from vacuum

    Last year my vacuum kept getting stuck and by pulling it off without turning pump off realized I wrinkled my liner in 3 spots. I discovered my brush bristles on the vac were all broken down..which caused it. Should I be concerned.. fix it now or ignore the wrinkles until I spring a leak? Hopefully that wont be the case. I bought a new great white auto cleaner and have been using it this year to clean up the green so hopefully it wont wear down those wrinkled areas..

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    SouthWest Alabama

    Re: liner wrinkled from vacuum

    You can take a plumbers helper (rubber plunger) and see if you can move them, but you probably won't be able to and it full of water. I wouldn't worry too much about them.
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