I need to replace some parts on my above ground pool. Can you help me find the correct parts?
Yes, we’d love to help you find the correct parts. The easiest thing you can do is take pictures of your wall section, which should include shots of your, top cap, the top plate, the top rail, upright, and wall. The more pictures the easier it is to identify a pool. You want to email those to email@example.com. We’ll take a look, we’ll try and identify the pool and send you some recommendations.
If you’re not comfortable taking pictures for whatever reason, you can look for part numbers printed on the part, then see if that matches up with anything on our site. What you do is if you see a part number on the underside of your top cap, plug that number into our search box, and do a search and see if anything comes up. You can also look it up by the make and model of your pool. If you go to our above ground pool parts page, we have hundreds of schematics of different pools and you can do it that way.
No one has a manual. But, if you do have a manual, you can go that route.
There are no universal fit above ground pool parts. You want to make sure you get the specific part for your specific pool. Because some people will call us and they’ll for a top rail for 24-foot pool, and we’ll tell them what the make and model and they’re like, “I don’t think it matters.”
“I’ll just take any top rail.” Well, they’re not all the same. They’re different lengths, widths, and crimps. The channel for where the wall fits into is just a little bit different and that little bit, though it may be small, still matters.
It’s always best to identify your pool so send us those pictures and we’ll take care of the rest.
If you have any questions about finding your above ground pool part visit us over at inyopools.com or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.