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    Total Drain for Repair

    Couple reasons... mostly I figured that it wasn't legal or ethical for the environment. If I were to let chlorine levels drift to 0, then slowly drain for a couple days... aren't I then running the risk of an algae bloom in the water that's left? I can't SLAM a pool that is only half full that...
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    Total Drain for Repair

    Thanks for your responses. Sorry this is so late. Can anyone provide me some instructions or advice as to the process I should follow? From what I understand from my pool builder, they will drain MOST but not ALL of the water from the pool. They said they won't drain completely because that...
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    Total Drain for Repair

    Hello all, The beginning of this season we noticed a crevice that had formed over winter under the liner on one side of the pool. It's about 3-4" deep, 2-3" wide and runs about 25 feet along the length of the pool. My pool builder came out early this season to look and said its either from...
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    "Channel" with soft spots under liner

    I'm thinking the fact that the liner is unsupported in some spots would be very troublesome down the road. Are they going to have to pull the liner up and re-level the sand?
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    "Channel" with soft spots under liner

    Hi all. I have an 18x32 Oval semi-inground pool (built into a hill... One side is level with the ground, other side is completely above). It was installe less than a year ago, so still under warranty. I few days ago we discovered a "channel" that has formed, presumably over winter, in the...