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    Pool Pump in Pool

    Is it common to place a pump in the pool during the winter to control water level?

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    Re: Pool Pump in Pool

    a submersible pump - yes, it's not uncommon with uncovered pools or mesh covers that allow water thru.
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    Re: Pool Pump in Pool

    Additionally, only if you have a tile line. It keeps the tiles from cracking when the surface freezes. Normally seen in concrete pools but some fiberglass pools may be tiled too. There are a couple of liner pools that have a track mounted tile mounting system that need it too. All other pools should be allowed to fill to capacity.


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