- Hello everyone. Sorry, this is a double post as I originally posted to the wrong section.
- Love the forum. Love the knowledge. Need the help.
Long story hopefully made shorter:
I guess on one of the last cleanings of the year, before covering the pool, I accidentally cut the liner near the bottom in the middle of the pool. Didn't know this happened until I removed the cover this spring. I was able to find the cut and successfully patch it. The placement of the liner looked pretty bad from all the shifting but wanted to fill the pool and see how it turned out. The liner stretched and went into place fairly well with the exception of under the skimmer. I'm prepared to buy a new liner but would rather try and save this one to get some exte life out of it. I attached a picture... hope it helps.
I was thinking of removing the skimmer plate and using the same patch method to build the vynal up to where its supposed to go. My worry is since there was obviously a lot of tension at that point that when I remove the plate its going to stretch more. Do you think this will happen or will the pressure thats now exerted on the sides prevent any movement?
Please give me your opinions, suggestions, recommendations and comments. Thank you all!!
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