Forum Title: Obviously shouldn't have done that
I have a 30' round above ground pool. When I closed the pool this fall I decided to drain it completely, looking forward to putting in a new vinyl liner next spring. Now I am paying for this mistake. The walls began buckling in. My theory was if I added water that would force the walls back into place. Not so much. I now have walls that have separated from the top rail. My pool is falling apart. Any suggestions on what to do next? I have no idea at this point. Gonna try to add a couple pics here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Category: pool Post By: ROSA CHAPMAN (Garland, TX), 03/15/2019

Welcome to the forum. I wish I could offer some good advice but I have no experience with AG pools. Others will be along soon to help if possible

- JOY TERRY (Evansville, IN), 04/05/2019

Is there still a liner in that pool? If so, I'd fill it half way up, remove only two sections of top rail at a time and try to put the top of the wall back in the top track. It doesn't look rusted or ripped. Your posts I can see look fine. Is this pic the only section of pool that looks this way? Any wind is gonna buckle it and finish it off if not at least semi filled.

- JULIE COLLINS (Bend, OR), 03/28/2019

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