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    Wrinkles after Opening

    After opening this year and getting the pool clean I found some wrinkles on the floor and some on the wall. I know the liner is at least 8 years old, so I am not sure how to proceed.

    They are not very noticeable when vacuumed around, but don't want any long term problems if I can avoid now. Also want the robot to be okay around them. Still waiting to clear the deep end to be able to see there as well.

    What is my best course of action?

    These were my opening numbers. FC is maintained around 16 for SLAM. pH was reduced prior to starting SLAM.

    FC = 0
    CC = 0
    pH = 8.2+ (
    TA = 70
    CH = 25
    CYA = 0



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    Re: Wrinkles after Opening

    Nothing to offer, sad to say - we had the same problem this year. Following discussion though...


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    Re: Wrinkles after Opening

    Draining is the only solution, but if you dont mind then leave it as is.

    Felipe
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    Re: Wrinkles after Opening

    Nothing to be done without an expensive solution. It should be fine. Vinyl liners dont last as long as they used to unfortunately.


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