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Thread: Upright post is pitched

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    Upright post is pitched

    I have a 20 year old pool, still in good condition. I noticed that the one upright post is off one quarter of an inch off ( I took a level and measured the top of the post and the bottom at ground level). I'm concerned if it is still safe to swim in this pool another season, of should just put in a new one. I thought I could keep this pool one more year and install a new one next year. Safety for my grandchildren is first.

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    Re: Upright post is pitched

    Welcome to TFP!
    A quarter inch is probably not an issue. Can you post a picture?
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    Re: Upright post is pitched

    I'm not very swift with technology. I will take a picture and have my daughter-in-law show me how to get it on this website and will post it. May take a day or two. I appreciate you taking the time to read my message.

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    Re: Upright post is pitched

    Finally got back to this issue. I have a few pics. to post. Can u tell me how I go about doing this. Thanks.

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