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Keep it full of water. Otherwise, put gravel below and around the pool before it is built, then install a shaft and put in a sump pump. make sure the sump pump is on whenever the pool is to be empty.

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Q: How do you prevent an inground pool from being pushed up from water pressure under the pool if the deep end is below the water table of a nearby pond?
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