To check whether your pool has a leak, try placing an empty 5 gallon water bucket on the second step of your pool and fill the bucket to match the pool's water level. Use a marker to mark the level of water in the bucket and wait 24 hours - if the pool level is lower than the bucket, you may have a leak in your swimming pool.
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