Concrete inground 16x32 with liner

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daweart
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My Pool: 16 x 32 concrete inground with vinyl liner- 3ft to 8ft deep, diving board
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Concrete inground 16x32 with liner

Postby daweart » Thu 29 Jul, 2010 17:28

Shallow end is 3 ft. sloping down to 8 ft.

Two questions I hope someone out there can answer.

1. How tight should my liner fit? All wall corners as well as the the walls to bottom are 90 degrees?

2. Just below the skimmer my liner has some large wrinkles. There are also some small ones at the two "eyeball' inlets. How can I "remove" the wrinkles?


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Concrete inground 16x32 with liner

Postby floridapooltech » Fri 06 Aug, 2010 21:03

daweart wrote:Shallow end is 3 ft. sloping down to 8 ft.

Two questions I hope someone out there can answer.

1. How tight should my liner fit? All wall corners as well as the the walls to bottom are 90 degrees?

2. Just below the skimmer my liner has some large wrinkles. There are also some small ones at the two "eyeball' inlets. How can I "remove" the wrinkles?



I believe you moved the question (which was answered) HERE?
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