Do I drain it or is there some other way to level it
Sorry...gonna have to drain that rascal. Dig down the high spots rather than building up the low areas to get it level. Welcome to the forum.
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Gosh, it's always one spot to ruin the whole deal huh?
As Woody mentioned, you're going to have to take it down and start at the lowest end and remove the dirt so you're on virgin soil. Adding dirt will not fix the problem.
I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!
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Sorry your first post is such a downer, but what they say is the unfortunate truth. For leveling, check out this thread for ideas: http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...ling-my-ground
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I am in agreement. you have some leveling to do. I speak from experience and with sorrow in my heart for the task in front of you. HOWEVER once you get that leveling done AND you follow the TFP practices. You WILL have many wonderful swim seasons in front of you.. Kids giggling and splashing. Adults smiling and chasing.. Good times are in front of you, invest in the leveling and have the GOOD Life!!!! Good Luck...
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I am sure the linked thread recommends this but make sure to place paving stones, flush with the soil, under the support bars of the pool or they will likely sink over time.