Go to your nearest pool store and ask them for a vinyl repair kit. They are pretty cheap. Bring a water sample with you. Most pool stores will test your water for free. When you get home with the kit, open it up. It will contain a piece of clear vinyl and some glue. Cut a piece of the patch material that will cover the hole and about an inch around it. Then put glue on one side of the patch, cover it completely then fold the patch in half. Go under the water to the hole. Unfold the patch and quickly push the patch down over the hole. Stand up and stand on the patch for a minute. If the hole is to big for the patch kit, you are going to need a new liner. Folding the patch in half keeps the water from getting to the glue.
The previous answer to this question is almost word for word what's printed on the box that this vinyl patch kit is sold in. (for $12.00 in my area...more than a tad over-priced!) The vinyl in this particular kit is very thin, and I wouldn't trust it for much more than a pin-sized hole. Better to ask your dealer to order a patch kit for you right from the manufacturer of your particular pool. The patch kit is certain to be a heavier grade vinyl that the "off the shelf" repair kit. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions exactly for best results. I also bought this kit and followed the steps outlined above. After five tries (I used all the vinyl in the repair kit) the patch would not adhere to the liner. As soon as I unfolded the patch under water, the adhesive turned white and lost its stickiness. I am wondering if this is because I use Baquacil instead of chlorine. The repair kit does say to not use soap, which is technically what Baquacil is. If anyone has insight into this, or another repair method, please let me know. I had two 1mm holes in the side of my pool. I tried the other methods and the decided to use a spare piece of pool plastic (was attached to the air inlet) and araldite (strong adhesive). I used the vinyl patch to reduce the water-flow from the inside ( the stickiness has gone so had to hold it), dried the surface and then stuck the araldite patch to the outside. I held for a few moments and it stopped the leak.
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Buy a pool patch
Do a goggle search find above ground pool repair k
you can tell if there's a hole in your above ground pool because all of your water will be pouring out of your pool and by morning, well..... lets just say you'll be saying, bye bye pool! :(
No, better to rivet a piece of aluminium over it and silicon the seam.
Look for water
Install a new filter
An above ground pool vinyl liner repair kit may work. You can get these locally at most hardware stores and even Wal-Mart.
You can't ... since the above ground pool is made of vinyl material, you need to apply a vinyl patch. Has to be a like material to be compatible.
The cost of swimming pool repair can vary depending upon whether or not the pool is above-ground or in-ground. Above-ground pool repairs will generally be less than $25. In-ground pool repairs ranging from $500 to $1,000 are not uncommon.
Drain the water to below the level of the leak, and let it dry. Glue a patch over the hole, and let it dry according to the directions in the patch repair kit. Refill pool and enjoy swimming.
Many pools have vinyl liners. As the pool ages, the vinyl liner will oftentimes become cracked. These cracks cause water to drain out of the pool, which can result in greater damage. One should never fail to repair this type of leak. The best way to repair this is to patch the crack or hole with a patch kit. These patch kits can be bought both in stores and online. There are different types of patch kits, some of which are meant to be used above water and some below the water. This type of pool repair is relatively simple.
Dig a huge hole
Yes, if you know where the hole is. WalMart has a patch kit for underwater repair. Last year they were $5.95 - 4"x4" patch, cement, instructions. I am sure pool shops offer this too if you feel better about buying products there.
Absolutely. Many people excacate and then place an above ground pool into the hole such that a foot or two stays above ground. Also make sure you either have clearance for your filter system or run the line into the ground and up to the filter as well.
I didn't know that there were swimming metal walls.
To repair a leak near the filter return of an above ground pool, a marine patch should be used. Marine patches are available at home improvement stores like Menards and Home Depot.
You can use an above ground pool nearly any where. ther are many above ground pool dealers in Fl.
I read a magazine that talked about above ground pool liners. Where can I get some above ground pool liners?
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It is ok if you put an above ground pool on a bump.
How do I vacuum an above ground doughboy pool?
It should be alright so long as you fixed the subsidence underneath it.