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Posted by George Cullen on July 26th, 1997 04:55 AM
In reply to replacing pool liners by Bill Sinclair on July 22nd, 1997 05:14 AM [Go to top of thread]

Dear Bill,
Thanks for the step-by-step instructions. It does
sound like a job for the pros. I'm thinking I'd rather
pay for the labor, rather than pay for another
liner after I screw up the replacement...and THEN
have to pay to have it i nstalled correctly.
I think I can get through the summer with this one, and
hopefully get a sale price after the swim season
(?). Another education has been the chemicals. I
have learned alot, but still have much to learn.
It seems th e prior owners used stick chlorine for
years, and now the stabilizer in it has become a huge
problem. I have a very good pool store in town with
a full service computerized analyzer lab to help
sort out my water woes.
"a pool is a hole i n the ground that ones fills with money."
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