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    Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    I thanked you guys several weeks ago for your help in building and keeping my pool clear. Now here are finally pictures (after being in for a year). However, I have one piece of adivce. This was my first pool and I didn't remember the 3 most important rules of pool building: 1. Level, 2. level, and 3. level. Yes my pool bottom has a few small moguls. And while I measured side to side perfectly, I found out that the long ends can spread out while the side measurements stay the same. Therefore, my 30x15 pool is 31x15 But it is amazing how much the liner can stretch. (I know, save the comments for when I have to replace it soon.) Anyway, it has been clear and fun thanks to you guys. Enough talk, here the pictures.
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    15 x 30 Sharkline AG pool, Pentair cc100, Pentair 1hp 2-speed, Liquidator.

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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Here are some more pictures
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    15 x 30 Sharkline AG pool, Pentair cc100, Pentair 1hp 2-speed, Liquidator.

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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Pool looks great!
    I have the same sharkline, it is a great pool! My filter is no where near that fancy!
    Enjoy!
    Sharkline 18x33 54"AG, Hayward 1.5hp Perflex D.E., TF-100 test kit

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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Nice looking pool ! You did a great job with it. Your water is so clear in the one pic you cant even tell there is water in the pool ...
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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Nice picts, everything is organized and neet. The water looks very refreshing. Thanks for sharing. Kimrst
    5 years 18' Intex Frame pool, July 2009 upgrade, 28ft rnd used Doughboy, 1hs Hayward Power Flow pump, Doughboy DE filter.TF test kit

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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Nice looking pool! Very organized! Clean lines...well done!
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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Nice mounting job on the solar panels.
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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Your pool is beautiful!! Everything is so neat!!
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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Wow, it looks great! I love the light rock around the pool. Bet it was fun to put in. I also like how neat and organized the plumbing looks with the PVC and all.

    Just one thing, in the picture it looks like the water flows from the filter into the top of the panel, then back out the bottom. This is backward, it should flow into the bottom and back out the top. That way it has to fill the whole panel before returning to the pool.

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    Adam
    18' x 42" Intex Easyset Pool, with 16' x 52" deep end in the middle. Approx. 5500 Gal.
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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Absolutely lovely! Wow!
    15' ROUND, 52" AG
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    Re: Thanks for all your help, finally pictures!

    Congratulations! Beautiful water 8)

    You have a very neat and clean oasis and a great set-up for your solar panels and equipment! I love it!

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