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    bad liner install?

    First of all thanks to this amazing forum for all that I've learned here, trully great place!!!

    My inground vinyl liner pool was just finished. It is gothic shaped. My question is about liner fit in the corners. I realize due to the fact that my corners are squared the liner cant take that angle perfectly and most of the corners seem ok, but 1 really concerns me that you can see in the pic. Is this acceptable for 1 corner or is it a problem? is my liner doomed to fail early? thanks for any input figured i'd get feedback prior to calling pb
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    Sebring, Florida

    Re: bad liner install?

    Welcome to the forum. I think you will need a better pic. I can't tell what you are talking about.
    Dave S.
    42k vinyl and concrete pool, 1.5hp pump, 140gpm filter
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    Re: bad liner install?

    sorry i know its bad pic. maybe this will help until i can get better pic

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    there is a gap between the liner and corner

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    Re: bad liner install?

    personally, I would have extended the notched horizontal extrusion another foot and bent it into a ~6" radius corner so your liner bead would be fully in the track, and then used some sort of a filler to make the 6" corner along the height of the wall panel. Not sure how your current setup will affect liner longevity in the future, though. Good luck!
    Eric Adams, Technical Specialist, Radiant Pools

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