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    AGP not level...

    We just set up our Intex 18x48 metal frame pool. We placed it in an area of our yard, that we didn't realized was a bit sloped until we filled the pool, now one side of the pool is a foot deeper that the other. I am worried this can put too much pressure on the walls of the pool and it might burst, my husband thinks it will be ok. What do you think? Should we drain it and move it or leave it?
    Thank you!!!

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    Re: AGP not level...

    A couple inches----no. A foot--------------YEAH!
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    SW Wisconsin

    Re: AGP not level...

    umm....a foot is unacceptable. more than an inch is unacceptable for a pool...You need a LEVEL spot. Drain it and find a level spot..or your pool wont last long'
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    Orlando, FL

    Re: AGP not level...

    It will be prone to collapse. I'd level it.
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