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Swimming pool leaking!!!

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
Set my swimming pool up yesterday and it's leaking !!!

Anyone knoe a cheap place i can replace it looked on ebay the cheapest is £199.99, after an 18ft either round or oval.

Thnaks
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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banned 1 Like #1
Fix the leak ?

By set it up, is it new ?

Take it back ?
1 Like #2
I noticed a sign in Argos window yesterday advertising a pool .I think it was a 10foot and only £39.99 .
Cheap or what , for that price you can buy 2 :-)
#3
wierdowoss
Fix the leak ?

By set it up, is it new ?

Take it back ?


Cant fix the leak as i have no idea where it's coming from, there's water seeping out the sides of the pool from somewhere.

Not new i bought it from ebay last winter as it was cheaper, but where i had to keep shuffling about i may have torn it.
#4
ricko
I noticed a sign in Argos window yesterday advertising a pool .I think it was a 10foot and only £39.99 .
Cheap or what , for that price you can buy 2 :-)


That is cheap! but unfortunatly to small
#5
Try putting some food colouring in the water and find out where the leak is coming from, you never know, it may be a tiny hole.
1 Like #6
you tricked me into thinking this was a thread about urinating in swimming pools - my favourite kind of thread.
#7
Tatey
Try putting some food colouring in the water and find out where the leak is coming from, you never know, it may be a tiny hole.


How does this work? :oops:
#8
morris7
you tricked me into thinking this was a thread about urinating in swimming pools - my favourite kind of thread.


Hahaha that made me laugh :-D
1 Like #9
http://www.essortment.com/home/repairholeabov_trhy.htm Here is a guide to fix holes in above ground swimming pools. Suggests repair kits or replacing the lining rather than the whole pool (if possible).

http://www.splashandrelax.co.uk/acatalog/bestway_steel_pro_rectangular_frame_pool.html Large rectuangular pool, not round though and still over the £100 mark.

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-9423.aspx If you have a few tesco vouchers you could put them towards it. £149 for 15 foot pool.
1 Like #10
The coloured food dye will be much easier to spot than clear water, so you should be able to spot the hole.
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Tatey
The coloured food dye will be much easier to spot than clear water, so you should be able to spot the hole.


I'll give that a go, thanks rep left

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