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Thread: Liner floated in shallow end

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    Liner floated in shallow end

    Now that I have my pool numbers in order, I want to see if I can find a way to get the wrinkles out of my shallow end. We have had lots rains and flooding. The water table is very high in my yard. I got to swim once though Next week is rain, rain, and more rain so I might be beating a dead horse with this. I have thought if I intentionally floated the shallow end with a hose in a corner, I could then use a shop vac and control how the liner went back in place. Is this a bad idea? I don't want to do a partial drain or pay to have it reset this year.

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    Re: Liner floated in shallow end

    I don't think that would be a good idea. Once all the ground water has gone back to normal levels the liner may go back in place on its own.

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