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    Best way to replace tile

    Hi all,

    I searched the forum but didn't see an answer to this - maybe it's too basic. I had about 10 4inch square tiles fall off the pool over the winter - I guess the water got too high when it was way below freezing. What is the best way to replace them? If I'm not handy, is this something I should pay someone to do? Thanks!

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    I should have added the tiles are intact.
    1) 20K gallons 2&5)Tagelus Sand Filter TA60D, 60 gallons/minute
    3inground 4)gunite
    6) installed 1984

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    Re: Best way to replace tile

    Have a professional reattach them. There are probably more. Not a job for someone who is not handy or who has not worked with tile before.
    Dave S.
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    Re: Best way to replace tile

    Thank you!
    1) 20K gallons 2&5)Tagelus Sand Filter TA60D, 60 gallons/minute
    3inground 4)gunite
    6) installed 1984

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