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Thread: Rusted side wall - repair steps

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    Rusted side wall - repair steps

    I have an above ground pool that has a 4" rust spot at the bottom of my side wall that is getting soft. It is below the skimmer. So, here is what I am thinking of doing. Drain the pool, leaving the skimmer attached. Pull liner back far enough to get to the rust spot, cllean up rust spot, epoxy a piece of galvanized metal to sit over the rust spot between the liner and the pool wall. Fill the pool back. I then need to replace my my skimmer. I am trying to not replace my liner since it's only about 4 yrs old. Does this sound like it will work? I was thinking if I left the skimmer attached everything would line back up.


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    Mod Squad Patrick_B's Avatar
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    Re: Rusted side wall - repair steps

    Sounds like a pretty good idea to me.
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    Re: Rusted side wall - repair steps

    Use about three layers of duct tap over the edges of that patch if you do.
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