I general, the answer is yes. It the crack comes from the pool moving, and the gunite has cracked, then the gunite has to be repaired before the plaster. Sometimes opening up the gunite crack and refilling with concrete will answer the problem. If movement of the soil is the problem then that has to be fixed first.The soil getting excessivly wet and dry can mean that the pool will move, if it is only part of the pool then there will be a structuaral crack. Only opening up the crack will tell you whether it is a plaster crack or a gunite crack. A replaster is from about $2000 up and structuaral repairs from about $1000
An empty pool in inviting mother nature to float your pool like a boat when the water table is up.the weight of the water keeps the earth from pushing it's way into your pool, Also the plaster over the gunite needs water to stay healthy.The short story always keep water in your pool unless you are going to remove it soon.
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