Honestly, the best thing to do is call your local pool store and have them send someone to do it. It's fairly tricky to do, and it really easy to tear the liner during install. Also, the temperature outside has to be just right. If it's too cold, the liner will crack and tear very easily. If it's too hot, the liner will over-stretch. You can go to www.backyardescape.com to find a pool store in your area. They seem to be the best place. The site is put together by the biggest pool companies in the country, and all the stores that buy from them are listed, so it seems to be the most comprehensive list I've found yet. Good luck! Maybe this will help, but it is a lot of work and things could go wrong. Installation instructions are available at instheswim.com. These instructions seem to be a bit simplistic, but who am I to criticize. It probably would be good to consult a pool shop professional if you can. When I installed my liner I did not follow these instructions. Anyway, to locate the instructions, go to the main page at intheswim.com. Click on the category
form_title= Pool Liner form_header= Replace or install a liner for your pool. Do you need to replace an existing liner?*= () Yes () No Is it an in-ground or above-ground pool?*= () In Ground () Above Ground What is the size of your pool?*= _ 
== == I think you may mean How do you replace the above ground pool liner? Avoce ground pools usually have a vinyl liner. You do not paint them.
no, replace liner
You have no choice but to replace the liner
a lot of money totes :)
If it is under the pool liner then logic dictates you have to empyty the pool and remove the liner. Then replace the vermiculite with whatever eles you want to use as padding
google above ground pool repair
Our pool liner is ripped and needs to be replaced. Where can we purchase liners for an above ground pool?
You can rehang the liner on your above-ground pool if it fell over in the winter but you will need to remove the pool corner caps, the rail, and all of the water. You can then re-stretch the pool liner and refill the pool.
form_title= Swimming Pool Liners form_header= Take a dip in your pool with a new liner. What is the square footage of your swimming pool?*= _  Is your pool in ground or above ground?*= () In Ground () Above Ground Do you need to remove an old liner?*= () Yes () No
form_title= Above Ground Pool Liners form_header= Swim your days away with a new above ground pool liner. What color liner do you need?*= _  What are the dimensions of your pool?*= _  Are there any other issues with your pool?*= () Yes () No If so, please explain them in detail.*= _ 
That would depend on the size of your pool
Do a goggle search find above ground pool repair k
form_title=Swimming Pool Liner Installation form_header=11633 What type of pool do you need the vinyl liner replaced in?*= () Above ground () In-ground What is the shape of this particular pool?*= () Round () Rectangle () Oval () Other
One way to find a leak in a pool liner of an above ground pool is by using food coloring. When you add the food coloring in small amounts, you can see it leaving the pool through the leak.
UH! No! That is not a good idea, if you have had it that long just replace it!!!!!
Regarding pool: a liner refers to an in-ground or above ground pool that uses a Vinyl Liner to hold the water. The liner is a custom fit to the shape of the pool, in-ground pools utilizes steel, or composite walls to hold the earth back and the floor can be a thin concrete or a sand bottom.
If your pool is above ground it does not matter, But if your pool is in ground and you drain it it will act like a boat and float if the water table rises.
you put a couple of inches below the liner of your above ground pool A: Taken literally, why would you want to put sand IN your pool?
Hmmm, you should only drain a small portion of the water unless you are going to replace the liner. The liner and/or the pool walls could collapse or the liner could pop out of the retaining track. k
You should never completely drain an above ground pool. The chemicals in the vinyl liner that allow it to stretch when originally installed do not last. If you drain the water, the liner will shrink and when you refill the pool there is a good chance that instead of stretching back the liner will rip instead. NEVER drain your pool.
Think about it for a minute> It can not be done.