I found this forum last summer, and you guys are all fantastic! Hopefully I can learn something today too, haha.
I've had Intex pools (round ones) for 4 years, and this year we bought a larger, rectangular one, 12x24x52. It's been a headache! First, we leveled the ground (or so we thought) and then set up the pool. After filling it about halfway, we realized its not level enough, drained it, adjusted it, and refilled the pool. Today, I noticed some of the legs are more vertical than angled ( | instead of / ). I tried and (obviously) couldn't pull them out, so I dug away some dirt in front of the pool to try to make room to pull the legs out. They shifted alright... shifted down. Apparently I had dug too deep. Now, it looks like this: pool.jpg (hopefully that attachment works).
Anyways- since there's still room for the leg to be pulled forward, should I attempt to move it outwards more, before resorting to draining it again?
Also, what sort of impact will it have if a few legs are not pulled out all the way?
Thanks so much.