18' above ground pool not level

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Re: 18' above ground pool not level

Postby lore7460 » Tue 22 Aug, 2017 13:55

I have a 18' above ground pool metal wall and I did the installation myself.
I did the leveling with the long 2x4 and a level; ground was tamped down pretty good and my post blocks were fairly level.
I was half way done filling the pool when i noticed it was off kilter a little.

It looks like what happen was the pool rail was move and it wasn't sitting on the block and as the pool filled the edge of the rail frame hit the block and stopped it from settling over the block. I managed to lift up the lip of the post rail so that it would skid onto the block as a shake the pool and it did just a little. Here are the end results it is still a little off. What do you all think it OK to continue filling?

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This first image shows you the gap difference only about a half inch.
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lore7460
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My Pool: 18' Steel above ground pool (Galaxy)

Re: 18' above ground pool not level

Postby lore7460 » Wed 23 Aug, 2017 14:07

Found another issue with the skimmer. It looks like i was given a butterfly style gasket but was told nothing about it. Instructions said nothing about how to install it.
I'm finding out now that you need to open it up and put it on both sides of the pool wall. Problem was at the time there was no hole in the liner to do this so i didn't even think about it.

Going to try and undo the bolts and get it in there hopefully the liner will cooperate with me.

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