Few walls leaning on butress free oval

dbrwnn

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Apr 21, 2020
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just finished installing a 18 by 33 oval pool. Resin rails aluminum wall .. side wall have the pressure plate under neath the liner and bed of sand. We back filled today and noticed two of the legs on one side are leaning outwards. They were leaning to the inside a bit as the instructions said to do. Is this going to be OK or do I need to fix as soon as possible? If I need to fix how do I go about that without disassembling the whole thing. I know I am going to have to do a drain and pull the liner on that side. Not exactly sure on how to get the our portion of the t brace back where it needs to be . As you can see the 3 middle legs. The floor inside the pool doesn't feel bad. I got in to make sure I couldn't feel the pressure plates on anything. Please let me know what you think
 

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mariane

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Did you put the uprights on top of buried cinder block or thick patio stones? Did the uprights sink a little after installation?
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dbrwnn

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T supports . Have pressure plates with straps connecting the straight walls. Yes put on cinderblocks with a 3/4" angle like directions said. Hubby was backfilling with a bobcat and I think that may have done it . Can't see the plates thru the liner so thats good . Can't feel them either. Only thing I know to do is watch it and be sure it don't get worse.
 

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