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I was doing a water change out and forgot to close the outlet valve. My pond was nearly drained and my EPDM liner lifted as if there was trapped air under it. I refilled the pond as much as I could (higher than the normal level) and the liner still is puffed up around the edges of the pond. How do I get it to lie down against the walls of the pond again?

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There is traped air in there you are going to have to lift the edge of it and let the air out

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