My neighbor in NH has a old in-ground pool with a very old liner. The liner is likely 20+ years old and is in remarkable shape considering, mostly just bleached-out. There is one significant issue, the liner has a major sag at the shallow end (about 3-1/2 feet deep) and has pulled from the coping track about two inches. Can a liner this old typically be reinstalled in the track and if so how much water would need to be removed and what process would be required? Is there another way to repair this? It seems to be mostly aesthetic, is it even worth repairing? There is a thin foam sheet directly behind the liner in this area and there is what appears to be a cement/plaster surface behind that.