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This retirement home was purchase in 2001 and has an in-ground pool. The pool has been used minimally only by grandchildren. One day I noticed the cover to the main drain on the bottom was askew. I had someone dive down and look at it. Cover screws were broken off. I thought the screws were supposed to be SS and wouldn't rust or break off. Pool walls appear to be concrete. Pool is 7 ft deep. It has been maintained regularly. Initially water was treated with salt, then switched over to chlorine. Short of draining the pool or hiring a diver, is there an economical way to fix this problem?
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Thank you in advance.