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miltvill

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You could let it leak until it stops leaking. Then you could locate the leak. If you suspect a location in the pool is leaking. Then use the dye to see if it gets sucked into the leak. In my inground pool I check for cracks in the pool walls. cracks in the tile and behind the pool light. On your pool I would slide my hands along the floor and walls looking for a non smooth surface.


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