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    pjk from CT

    Hi,

    I feel very lucky to have found the TFP. I recently purchased a house with a 2o year old inground vinyl liner pool that need lots of work. The info on this site has helped me open the pool that has not been opened for 2 years. I have been reading the old posts, lots of great info. Thanks for all the wisdom, and hopefully everyone will give me there two cents on renovating my pool

    Thanks,

    Peter
    27,000 gal. IG vinyl, Hayward pro grid DE filter, 1HP Hayward super-pump, Dolphin Dynamic cleaner, 1 skimmer 3 returns.

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    Re: pjk from CT

    Welcome to TFP,
    Having the particulars about the pool in signature will make it easier for people to answer questions. There is a large group of knowledgeable people participating here.
    IG 18x36 oval vinyl, Spill over spa, Northstar 2hp-2spd, 2.5" piping, S310T 500lb Sand filter, 400k gas heater, AutoPilot SWCG
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    Re: pjk from CT

    Thanks for pointing that out.
    27,000 gal. IG vinyl, Hayward pro grid DE filter, 1HP Hayward super-pump, Dolphin Dynamic cleaner, 1 skimmer 3 returns.

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    Re: pjk from CT

    Welcome to the forum

    Got a pic of your pool to share with us?
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    Re: pjk from CT

    Here is a picture of my pool. I purchased this house last September. I have got the pool up and running for the summer, hopefully it gets warm enough to swim, water temp is 68. I have ripped out most of the overgrown landscaping about 50 shrubs, replaced the fence, roofed the shed and gazebo, started working on the drainage and water problems including a curtain drain. I poured a pad to place my stand alone hot tub on. It’s a work in progress. My plan is to do what I can during the summer and maintain the pool in usable condition, I hope this will help me determine any unknown problems. Starting this fall I plan to start a total renovation. The main thing I need to address is why the liner is floating and the concrete deck is heaved.
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    27,000 gal. IG vinyl, Hayward pro grid DE filter, 1HP Hayward super-pump, Dolphin Dynamic cleaner, 1 skimmer 3 returns.

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