New Coleman 18' x 48" Power Steel Swim Vista Series II Swimming Pool Set Install - Legs not straight

TimandCeri

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May 13, 2020
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Vancouver, Washington
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6092
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Vinyl
Chlorine
Liquid Chlorine
Hi, All new here this is my first post! I saw another post with the same issue but I do not want to highjack so I am creating a new post. We have spent the last 2 weekends upgrading from a summer escapes 14 x30 frame to the Coleman 18' x 48" Power Steel Swim Vista Series II Swimming Pool Set. We did not focus as much on the install before but as this one is SOOO much bigger we have been taking our time. We measured out the ground, got pavers, even put the frame together without the liner to make sure paver placement was good and level. Yesterday we got the liner on and started to fill but the legs bow. We have about 6 inches of water in and I am concerned that it will get worse? What is the next step we should go to? My husband thinks it is OK and we should keep going, I am wondering if we dig the pavers out, and readjust them? I went with smaller ones so we would not kick our toes on them now I am wondering if we should have gotten bigger ones? Help!

Thank you so much this is a great place and gave me a good starting point. :)


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Mdragger88

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Jun 1, 2018
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Hernando, Ms
Pool Size
26000
Surface
Vinyl
Chlorine
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Intex Krystal Clear
I remember having to pull the legs out some & leveling them as it filled - back to front & left to right - you may need to move your pavers a bit .
 
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