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How do you drain an inground swimming pool?


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Answered 2013-10-24 01:46:43

You don't drain an inground swimming pool, unless you are trained to do so. Doing it alone or even with assistance is extremely dangerous. Save yourself some trouble and go contact a local and trained swimming pool cleaning service.

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