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ugh oh!

Discussion in 'Water Features' started by Comet, Apr 18, 2002.

  1. Comet

    Comet LawnSite Member
    Messages: 165

    Thanks all, Im absorbing it all,,, get it LOL
    Having heavy rain fall right now and yesterday, Yeasterday at noon justbefore the rain it was 2.5" below my original level which was 1" from the top of the opening.
    There was only 1.25" going into skimmer at noon (pump is shut down)

    Have no clue what this rain is doing except raising the level and messing things up.. Ill go in there or send someonetat knows ponds soon as it clears up and ill rememmeber all that has been said here,,thanks much

    Was suppose to start on a roma wall today,,rain kept the babys at home, <grrrr>

    I should think (corrcect me if Im wrong) that with thisfowl weather it justdoesnt mak sense to try and find a leak when itspossible that the water may or can still drop etc.....
    I know its noithing major,
  2. Comet

    Comet LawnSite Member
    Messages: 165

    The leak wound up being a bad seal around the right side of the skimmer just about 1" above the opening...
    All fixed now and looking good.
    Next one I ever do If I do one,,I ll take extra care and apply more attention to these areas.
    The HO did the softscapes and it looks mint,,Wish I could post it, Ivetried several times,,, hasnt worksed
    thanks for all the replies
  3. Fishwhiz

    Fishwhiz LawnSite Member
    from Oregon
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  4. Comet

    Comet LawnSite Member
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