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    Bees and yellow jackets!!!

    What about using a handheld mirror (like one would use to do their hair)?
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    Dent/Buckle in pool wall

    If the paver doesn't extend very far under the upright, I wonder if you could just tap it down with a board and a small sledgehammer. The weight of the pool pushes on the ground under the liner. It is not supported (in the vertical direction) by the uprights. The only weight the paver should...
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    Intex Skimmer Problem

    First, make sure the adjustable clamp is nice and tight on the inflatable ring. Second, there is a nut to adjust the height of the cylinder up and down on the support. You can run it several inches below the water without a problem, because the blue sleeve in the center will float up to...
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    New Pool - Complete

    Scott, His center drain is connected to his skimmer, so I think that's acceptable with the code. From what I understand you can: a.) Have two drains connected to the same suction pipe b.) Have one drain connected to an air pipe (so when the drain is covered the pump sucks air) c.) Have...
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    Probily a silly question.....................

    Wow! Never seen an Intex built into a deck. Did you cut down the ladder yourself? Again, I haven't done it, but based on what I have done I can't see any reason why you couldn't install a normal skimmer in the wall. You could probably even provide some additional support from the deck...
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    Probily a silly question.....................

    I would say that it depends on whether your pool has the inflatable ring at the top or is the metal frame style with straight walls. If you installed a skimmer in a wall with an inflatable ring at the top, you would need to lower the water a couple of inches so it wasn't above the top of the...
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    AGP Expandable Liner Construction

    Hi all. I will be installing a new liner on a 27' round above ground pool. I have not decided whether to use an expandable liner, or a standard beaded liner. I'm thinking about digging down the floor and using an expandable liner to give the pool a deep end. My question is, how are the...