could this be from a floating liner?

ErinKline

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May I ask where you live? You must be not far from me! I remember that snow in 93' as a kid ;) I'm in Lancaster, Pa

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ouachita

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Yes. My pool was full and the wrinkles were in the shallow end. You would need scuba to use a plunger in the deep end.
 

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Ive got about 2 more hrs to go until shes full. Gonna finish it tomorrow. Waiting to here back from the store to set something up. Is it possible to reset a liner with it full and fully up and running?
 

ErinKline

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I really think you should try it yourself, trust me if I can, you can!

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Our pool is a Crystal Pool, but we put a new liner in when we bought the house 19 months ago from Goodall Pools (across from park city mall) I priced around about having it professionally done and they were all about $500 with water and labor. We had an appointment for tomorrow for them to come out to fix it and we were going to drain it for them. At that point I thought I would give it a try myself since I had nothing to loose!

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ErinKline

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Our pool is a Crystal Pool, but we put a new liner in when we bought the house 19 months ago from Goodall Pools (across from park city mall) last week I called around and I found having it professionally done and they were all about $500+ with water and labor. We had an appointment for tomorrow for Goodall to come out to fix it and we had to drain it for them exposing the shallow end. At that point I thought I would give it a try myself since I had nothing to loose!

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ErinKline

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Ouachita- I bought a new plunger today and I'm able to suck beside the crease and pull it to the side, it looks flat as in pulling it but as soon an the plunger looses suction it returns. Did you use two plungers and suck both sides and pull in opposite directions at the same time? I'm not sure if that's what you meant after attempting it.

Yes. My pool was full and the wrinkles were in the shallow end. You would need scuba to use a plunger in the deep end.



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ErinKline

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Newbpooler- how long have you been a pool owner? How big is your pool?

This month is 2 years since we moved into our new home and became first time pool owners. Our pool is pretty large (18ft X 40ft) so it took forever to drain down the shallow end, and it's take forever to refill :(

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