I just installed a 24' round pool, and I leveled the ground per the instructions with a 2X4 and level. Florida is flat ground, but it was a lot of work. I worked for weeks to get it right before we installed it, and moved a ton of dirt. Well it is now filled, and I notice the water is higher in certain points, based on the line on the liner. Not sure if that is a good measuring stick or not. But it is about 1" or less i would say, maybe 1.5". It is like one of the 16 pillars is lower than the others, and not a whole side. I don't see any bulges, the skimmer works fine and it is barely noticable. But being the perfectionist my wife is, she mentions it, and i notice it too. So I would like to know:
-How do you measure "out of level"?
-What is a good range of out of level...from 0" to a max of X" is OK?
-If so, how can you fix it without draining the pool? Can you jack up one side and shim it with something?
Any thoughts and comments are much appreciated. Thanks!