Xclusive wrote:I'm sorry I'm not in to bashing other pool companies but whomever is telling you it's normal is doing you a disservice. Sounds like there is water or air behind that liner and the only option to get it smoothed out is to drain the pool, vacuum the air between the wall and liner OR pull the liner off the tracks and reset. Have you noticed any drop in water level in the meantime?
I don't think it's an air pocket - yes there is air but only because the liner is tight. If the liner were to stretch and reach the wall the air would be gone. The question is will it stretch or should it have been against the corner from the start.
I was thinking the liner was not cut properly or it is what they said. Let it heat up and it will stretch into place. I am sure if I let the pool water overflow the sides it would get pushed against the wall but once I let the water down to normal levels it would come back.