As I said in the thread I posted about hard plumbing my pool, I thought I had a leak. I was having to add about an inch of water a day. It was suggested I do the bucket test, even though an inch of water a day, with a solar cover on most of the day seems, to say the least, excessive. Well, I did the bucket test, and, as expected, it failed miserably. So for the past 2 days, I have been diving in the pool looking for leaks. And wow, have I found leaks. First thing I found was a smallish tear, less than 1/4 inch long. I patched that. As I was diving, I also noticed probably at least 30 other small holes, all pinhole size or maybe just a tiny bit bigger. I am in the process of patching them. They are all on the bottom of the pool where the floor meets the wall. Some are on the wall, some are on the floor. Does anyone have any idea what could be causing these? Also, does anyone have any idea how I could get a picture of them, without an underwater camera? The liner and pool is maybe 6 or 7 years old. I never let pH get below 7.2, so the liner shouldn't be brittle from low pH. Sand bed. Also, I am running out of patch from my old patch kit, do you have any recommendations for a patch kit? I'm looking at a Boxer kit on Amazon, which is the same I have been using, only double the size. Thanks for any help.