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Thread: Losing water at corners of intex rectangular pool

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    Losing water at corners of intex rectangular pool

    Hello all,

    I have the INTEX 16 ft x 8 ft x 42 in Prism Frame Pool and the pool loses quite a bit of water in the open corner area. Has anyone had any luck in fabricating something to fix this? I found an old post on this but it was in the wrong forum: Losing water at corners of intex ultraframe rectangular

    Thx!!!
    T

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    Re: Losing water at corners of intex rectangular pool

    It sure looks like what you can do for cheap to fix that problem. I bet you could use just about any plastic tube from anywhere. Let us know how it goes.

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    Re: Losing water at corners of intex rectangular pool

    You could also try some of that new flex seal tape at the corners.
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    Re: Losing water at corners of intex rectangular pool

    Thanks guys. I will give either idea a shot. I was thinking this should be a common "fix" give the popularity of these pools. Thanks!

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