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    Splash pool Pole replacement

    Hey gang.... I'm new to this forum, so first off...Greetings!

    Second, I have a splash pool (above ground) and was wondering if there is a way to replace the side poles without draining the pool? I have a few poles that rusted out, I would like to replace them without refilling 7,000 gallons of water!!

    Any advice, pictures, warnings or info would be appreciated!!

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    Re: Splash pool Pole replacement

    Welcome to TFP.

    7,000 gallons of water would be about $25.00 for me so I'm not sure I'd want to take the risk to try and save $25. You may be able to do it, but then there's always the risk of something happening.
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    Re: Splash pool Pole replacement

    Thanks... Great point... Sometimes it might be better to simply drain and restart. Was hoping to avoid this step, but in the long run.... Might save some headaches as well!!

    Thanks for the kind reply!!

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