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Can't find my assembly instructions. Trying to disassemble. How do you get the plastic pins out?

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On the back of the plastic pins is a bit that looks like a plastic washer but it is soft ruber if you take that off the pins will pop out it should work because i hve the same pool.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

  • AmyP Sep 19, 2013

    I had tried that and it didn't work. I ended up having to tap a hammer on the bottom of the pin topop it throught the first whole. It worked great and thankfully none broke.

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