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Ken Testa

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  1. I have a problem. The evel if my winterized oval oil has risen to the level of the top rail. The pool is covered with a layer of about 4 or 5 inches of ice which is now up against the underside of the metal top rail., I afraid that any additional rain or melting snow will cause the ice to push up and destroy the top rail. But likewise, I’m afraid to drain out any water for fear that the movement of the ice layer will tear the brand new liner. Can anyone offer me any advice on what to do please!! Thanks.?
  2. Yes, I plan removing stairs this weekend and I'm hoping for the best and preparing for the worst (liner replacement)! Thanks for the reply and info. Ken
  3. I have a problem. I have an 18 x 33 semi in ground pool with a vinyl liner. I also have the semi circular sinkable stairs in the pool. They type you put concrete blocks in to sink the stairs and hold in place. I put stabilizer I the pool for the first time about a month ago. I must have poured it into the skimmer too fast because the suction pipe got clogged solid with the stabilizer granulars. I had to use a garden hose to unclog the PVC suction pipe connected to the skimmer. In the process a lot of the stabilizer granulars got flushed back into the pool. I quickly vacuumed it up but a lot got stuck under the stairs which sit directly on the liner. I tried to flush it out but probably only pushed it further under the stairs. Now, a month later I'm losing a lot of water from the pool and I don't see any obvious leaks. Do you think the cyanuric acid stabilizer burned through the liner under the stairs?? Thanks! Ken
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