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Experience:  Over 24 years in pool and spa service and construction
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Have a vinyl pool lining that was replaced in april this

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Have a vinyl pool lining that was replaced in april this year. Water now has got behind the sides of pool
JA: Who manufactured the pool?
Customer: Vinyl polls from catherines field
JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?
Customer: No need help to drain out water
JA: Anything else we should know to help you best?
Customer: Some stones have also settled under vinyl on pool floor. Thanks
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Pool and Spa
Expert:  Fix my Pool and Spa replied 3 months ago.

Water can get behind the liner if the pool water level gets too high. The top of the liner goes into what is called the bead receiver, this is where it locks in at the top. If this part of the liner gets submerged then water can leak down into the side walls. Unfortunately the only way to remove the water is to lower pool water level, pull the liner out of the bead receiver and vac out the water. As for the stones this can be a bit more difficult. If they do not appear to be sharp edges then you can try using the heel of your foot to push the stone down into the sand bottom. If they look sharp DO NOT do this as you can put a hole in liner. You may have to empty pool and climb under liner to remove the stones then reset liner in place with vacuum to hold in place then refill pool.

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