New here. Have a problem.
When we opened up the pool after a two-year hiatus (thanks to this forum we got it from brown to clear!), about four feet of liner and the tracking had come loose. I asked a PB to come out and fix it. (A 200 mile round trip, charged for the time and milage!) He did.
I now notice six protrusions from behind the liner. All in a line, all right under where he worked, all hard and pointy. It sure looks to me like the old track or the board on which the track is attached fell behind and the screws are sticking out. He is claiming it was not caused by him.
Setting aside the issue of who is to blame, who will pay, and all that - I don't know if I want him to come out and do the repair and any other person would also be more than a hundred miles away.
How hard would it be for me to remove the coping, remove the liner from the track, get behind the liner (the objects are about 18" down), remove the offending objects without puncturing the liner, and then reattach the liner and the coping?