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Is there a vinyl repair that will hold up the air pressure of the ring on an easy set pool ring?
I assume you have a leak - yes you can use a standard repair patch on it usually a vinyl pool comes with a repair kit but just go to your local pool supply place and pick up a vinyl repair kit. MP email@example.com
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This info would be best attained by inquiring directly with the manufacturer of the pool as this would depend on such things as the n=material the pool is made from.
I couldn't find a repair kit, but what I did last year was went to home depot and bought a 4"x4" sheet of very thin rubber, I cut this into a 2" strip which I wrapped around t…he nozzle then put the hose back on over this. (the hose had to be heated in boiling water to stretch it over the additional width) This worked really well no leaks for the whole summer.. That was ingenious but the next time that same fitting leaks you will most likely have to replace the hose. It could split from age and sun damage without notice.
Yes, there are two types of repair kits - ones that work under water and ones that need to be dry. Check your local pool place for both. I am wagering that you mean the inf…latable ring around the top. You need a standard vinyl repair kit. Rough up the patch using a fine grit sand paper and rough up the area to be patched. Use glue - hold in place until dry. The repair kit should have instructions.
If you have an easy set pool with a plastic rim filled with air around the top which actually holds the pool up how do you find a hole in it if you've tried dish soap but to no avail?
Answer . \nHi. I have had this happen before and I found the hole by putting my ear aganst the plastic and listening to where I thought it was. I was able to just about pi…n point it. Then I used the soap to see exactly where it was.\nI have also heard that this pools have a problem with leaking at the valve where you blow them up. You might want to check there.
How do you fix a hole at the base of the air outlet in the top blue ring of an Intex pool after you have used two different glues that will not hold because of the location and air will not stay in it?
answer . Walgreens sells a vinyl repair product called POWER POXY that works well when used as directed. Depending on what glues you may have already tried, it may be diffi…cult to remove them to provide a clean repair surface.
Answer . \nYou can purchase a patch kit at any swimming pool retailer and use the same type of patch that is used for an above ground swimming pool liner - the kit is rela…tively inexpensive but it takes a while to seal but around the slash it should be clean as possible and the drier the better
Have an inground pool that has a metal ring around pool that holds the liner in place. It rusted to the point that it no longer will hold up the liner. Is there anything on the market that we can use?
Answer . Another new or used retainer.
First, find the leak. Using a vinyl patch kit, cut a patch that isan inch bigger than the hole. Make sure the spot is dry. Apply theglue around the hole and place the patch ov…er it. Seal the patchwith more glue. Allow the glue to dry for several hours.
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\nNo, but the pool will kill the grass underneath if the pool stays in one place for a long time
One of the biggest fears that most pool owners have when it comes to their vinyl pool liner is discovering a rip or a tear in it. The fortunate thing about holes in vinyl line…rs is that they are very easy to repair. . http://www.pondpro2000.com/epdm-pond-liner.html.
Garrett Vinyl Pools in Houston does a good job and has been around since the 70's.
To fix air ring leaks in an above ground pool, a person can usewhat is called a marine patch. Marine patches can be purchased atmost hardware stores. A good tip to remember is… that tiny air leakscan be found by spraying a mixture of dish soap and water on thepool ring. Air leaking will cause bubbles to form.
A setting is the part of a ring that holds a stone. There are different kinds: Bar, Channel, Pave, Prong, and Tiffany settings (a prong setting with six prongs), among others.… A jeweler can show you more.
listen all the way round the edge with your ear against it and you'll hear. hope this helped.