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Put 1in to 2in water in the pool to cover the floor. Once pool floor is slightly covered, gently smooth out all wrinkles. Start in the center of the
pool and work your way clockwise to the outside.
smooth out the bottom
Read and Follow All Safety Information and Instructions. Keep for future
reference. Failure to follow these warnings and instructions can result in
serious injury or death to users, especially children.
Prevent Drowning No Diving
Children under 5 are at highest risk for drowning.
Closely watch children who are jn or near this pool.
You can break your neck and be
Electrocution Risk Stay away from drains & suction fittings
Keep all electrical lines, radios, speakers,
and other electrical devices away from
pool. Do not place pool near or under
overhead electrical lines.
If drain or suction outlet cover is missing or broken, your hair, body,
and jewelry can get sucked into drain. You could be held under
water & drown! Do not use pool if drain or suction outlet cover is
missing or broken.
Prevent Young Children From Drowning:
Install fencing or approved barrier around all sides of pool.
State or local laws or codes may require fencing or other approved barriers.
Check state or local laws and codes before setting up pool.
Drowning occurs silently and quickly. Assign an adult to supervise pool and wear provided water watcher tag.
Keep children in your direct sight when they are in or near pool and when you are filling and emptying pool.
When searching for a missing child, check pool first, even if you think your child is in the house.
Pool presents a drowning hazard even during filling and draining of the pool. Maintain constant supervision of children
and do not remove any safety barriers until the pool is completely empty and stowed away.
Refer to the list of barrier recommendations and guidelines as described in CPSC Publication No. 362.
Assign an adult to be responsible for watching children in the pool. Give this person a “water watcher” tag and ask that
they wear it the ertire time they are in charge of supervising children in the pool. If they need to leave for any reason,
ask this person to pass the "water watcher” tag and the supervision responsibility to another adult.
Locate pumps and filters in such a way that children cannot climb on them to gain access to pool.
If you have a ladder, refer to the ladders manual for instructions.
If you have a pump, refer to the pump's manual for instructions.
Prevent Young Children From Gaining Access to Pool:
Remove pool ladders before leaving pool. Toddlers can climb ladder and get into pool.
Position furniture away from pool so that children cannot climb and gain access to pool.
When leaving pool, remove floats and toys from pool that might attract a child.
Be Prepared to Respond to an Emergency:
Keep a working phone and list of emergency numbers near pool.
Become certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) so you can respond to an emergency.
Electrocution Risk:
Keep all electrical lines, radios, speakers, and other electrical devices away from pool.
Do not place pool near or under overhead electrical lines.
Suction Risk:
Replacement pump should never exceed the maximum flow rate marked on the suction fitting.
For further safety tips check out the following websites:
httpowaw safety-council.orgimfo/childwater html
Safety Barrier Guidelines for Residential Swimming Pool
Section |: Outdoor swimming pool
An outdoor swimming pool, including an inground, aboveground, or onground pool, hottub, or spa, should be provided
with a barrier which complies with the following:
1. The top of the barrier should be at least 48 inches above grade measured on the side of the barrier which faces
away from the swimming pool. The maximum vertical clearance between grade and the bottom of the barrier should
be 4 inches measured on the side of the barrier which faces away from the swimming pool. Where the top of the pool
structure is above grade, such as an aboveground pool, the barrier may be at ground level, such as the pool
structure, or mounted on top of the pool structure. Where the barrier is mounted on top of the pool structure, the
maximum vertical clearance between the top of the pool structure and the bottom of the barrier should be 4 inches.
Openings in the barrier should not allow passage of a 4-inch diameter sphere.
. Solid barriers, which do not have openings, such as a masonry or stone wall, should not contain indentations or
protrusions except for normal construction tolerances and tooled masonry joints.
. Where the barrier is composed of horizontal and vertical members and the distance between the tops of the
horizontal members is less than 45 inches, the horizontal members should be located on the swimming pool side of
the fence. Spacing between vertical members should not exceed 1-3/4 inches in width. Where there are decorative
cutouts, spacing within the cutouts should not exceed 1-3/4 inches in width,
. Where the barrier is composed of horizontal and vertical members and the distance between the tops of the
horizontal members is 45 inches or more, spacing between vertical members should not exceed 4 inches. Where
there are decorative cutouts, spacing within the cutouts should not exceed 1-3/4 inches in width.
Maximum mesh size for chain link fences should not exceed 1-3/4 inch square unless the fence is provided with
slats fastened at the top or the bottom which reduce the openings to no more than 1-3/4 inches.
Where the barrier is composed of diagonal members, such as a lattice fence, the maximum opening formed by the
diagonal members should be no more than 1-3/4 inches.
. Access gates to the pool should comply with Section || Paragraphs 1 through 7,and should be equipped to
accommodate a locking device. Pedestrian access gates should open outward, away from the pool, and should be
self-closing and have a self-latching device. Gates other than pedestrian access gates should have a self-latching
device. Where the release mechanism of the self-latching device is located less than 54 inches from the bottom of
the gate, (a) the release mechanism should be located on the pool side of the gate at least 3 inches below the top of
the gate and (b) the gate and barrier should have no opening greater than 1/2 inch within18 inches of the release
. Where a wall of a dwelling serves as part of the barrier, one of the following should apply:
(a) All doors with direct access to the pool through that wall should be equipped with an alarm which produces an
audible warning when the door and its screen, if present, are opened. The alarm should sound continuously for a
minimum of 30 seconds within 7 seconds after the door is opened. Alarms should meet there quirements of UL2017
General-Purpose Signaling Devices and Systems, Section 77. The alarm should have a minimum sound pressure
rating of 85 dBA at 10 feet and the sound of the alarm should be distinctive from other household sounds, such as
smoke alarms, telephones, and door bells. The alarm should automatically reset under all conditions. The alarm
should be equipped with manual means, such as touchpads or switches, to temporarily deactivate the alarm for a
single opening of the door from either direction. Such deactivation should last for no more than 15 seconds. The
deactivation touchpads or switches should be located at least 54 inches above the threshold of the door.
(b) The pool should be equipped with a power safety cover which complies with ASTM F1346-81 listed below.
(с) Other means of protection, such as self-closing doors with self-latching devices, are acceptable so long as the
degree of protection afforded is not less than the protection afforded by (a) or (b) described above.
. Where an aboveground pool structure is used as a barrier or where the barrier is mounted on top of the pool
structure, and the means of access is a ladder or steps, then (a) the ladder to the pool or steps should be capable of
being secured, locked or removed to prevent access, or(b) the ladder or steps should be surrounded by a barrier
which meets Section |, Paragraphe 1 through 9. When the ladder or steps are secured, locked, or removed any
opening created should not allow the passage of a 4-inch diameter sphere.
Section II: Barrier Locations
Barriers should be located so as to prohibit permanent structures, equipment or similar objects from being used to climb
the barriers.
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fou can be permanently injured. Watch children at all times.
Only for outdoor use.
Teach your children to swim.
Never dive, jump, or slide into the pool.
Adult supervision is always required.
Parents should learn CPR.
Never swim alone.
Keep all electrical radios, speakers and other appliances away from the swimming pool.
When you touch the filter, pump, or electrical parts, be sure the ground under your feet is "Bone Dry.”
All electrical outlets should have a GFCI and connections should be a minimum of 5 feet (1.52 m) from the outside perimeter
of the wall of the pool. From 5-10 feet (1.52—3.05 m), there should be either a fixed connection [outlet box) or twistlock
connection witha GFCI,
Connect power cords to a 3-wire grounding-type outlet only.
Keep all breakable objects out of the pool area.
Alcohol consumption and pool activities do not mix. Never allow anyone to swim, dive or slide under the influence of alcohol
or drugs.
Severe electrical shock could result if you install your pump or filter ona deck. The pump or filter could fall into the water,
causing severe shock or electrocution. Do not install on a deck or other surface at, above, or slightly below the top rail of the
Do not use the pool during severe weather conditions, i.e. electrical storms, tornadoes, ste.
Be aware of overhead power lines when vacuuming your pool or using a telescoping pole.
Do not allow diving, climbing, sitting, or standing on the top rails of the pools.
Do not allow roughhousing and horseplay.
Do not engage in extended breath holding activities underwater; you may black out and drown.
Install a pool ladder(s) or staircase for entry and exit from the pool.
Keep deck clean and clear of objects that may create a tripping hazard.
Check regularly for signs of wear or loose bolts that could make the deck unsafe.
Instruct pool users about the proper use of all pool ladder(s) and staircases.
Face ladder going up or down,
Allow only one person at a time on the ladder.
Check all nuts and bolts regularly to ensure that the ladder stays sturdy.
Remove or secure the ladder to prevent entry to pool when not in use.
Please contact pool site dealer or manufacturer for additional safety signs f deemed necessary.
For pool service, select a certified pool professional.
Any equipment connected to the circulation systems shall be positioned so as to prevent their being used as a means of
access to the pool by young children.
The installation must comply with the codes of the authority having jurisdiction and may require permits for building, plumbing
electrical, zoning, etc.
The pool shall be located a minimum distance of 6 ft. (1.83 m) from any electrical receptacle.
All 125 volt, 15 and 20 ampere receptacles located within 20 ft. {6.0 m) of the pool shall be protected by a ground fault circuit
interrupter (GFCI). The 20 ft. (6 m) distance is measured via the shortest straight line distance the supply cord would follow
without piercing a floor, wal, ceiling, doorway, window, er other permanent barrier.
Prior to use of the pool, the installer shall affix all no diving signs and safety signs in accordance with installation instructions
so they can be easily visible.
A barrier is necessary to provide protection against potential drowning and near drowning and that barriers are nota
substitute for the constant supervision of children.
Alist of emergency telephone numbers shall be posted, such as the nearest available police, fire, ambulance, and/or rescue
unit. These numbers are to be kept near the telephone that is closest to the pool.
Toys, chairs, tables, or similar objects that a young child could climb shall be at least 4 feet (121% mm) from the pool.
If deck is used by the installer, it will need to comply with APSP-8.
Basic lifesaving equipment, including one of the following, shall be on hand at all times: a. A light, strong, rigid pole
{shepherd's crook) not less than 12 ft. (3.66 m) long. b. A minimum ‘Ain. (6 mm) diameter rope as long as 1% times the
maximum width of the pool or 50 feet {15.24 m), whichever is less, which has been firmly attached to a Coast
Guard-approved ring buoy, or a similarly approved flotation devices.
The swimming pool cover is not designated as a safety barrier.
Please use artificial lighting during nighttime pool use, to illuminate all safety signs, ladders, steps, deck surfaces and walks.
The pool is subject to wear and deterioration. If not maintained properly, certain types of excessive or accelerated
deterioration can lead to failure of the pool structure that might release large quantities of water that could cause bedily harm
and property damage.
The bottom of the pool shall be visible at all times from the outside perimeter of the pool.
The installer of the vinyl liner shall affix on the original or replacement liner, or on the pool structure, all safety signs in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
FF you have a filter pump, refer to the pump's manual for instructions.
The ladder shall be located on a solid base and the ladder shall be installed per the ladder's instructions.
Publications are avallable that describe the risk of drowning, entrapment, and diving accidents. Avallable publications related
to pool safety include the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals’ (APSF) booklets entitled: The Sensible Way to Enjoy
Your Aboveground/Onground Swimming Pool, Children Aren't Waterproof, Pool and Spa Emergency Procedures for Infants
and Children, Layers of Protection, and the latest published edition of ANSIAPSP-8 Model Barrier Code for Residential
Swimming Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs.
For additional safety Information, see www, APSFora,
(Only for USA € only for pools with a water depth of more than 36in (914mm}}
Please read carefully and keep for future reference
Installation usually takes approximately 20 -30 minutes with 2-3 people excluding earthworks and filling.
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8ft x 24in 10ft x 30in 12ft x 30in 12ft x 39 Sin 12ft x 48in 14ft x 33in 14ft x 39.5in 15ft x 33in 15ft x 42in 15ft x 48in 16ft x 33in 18ft x 48in
Part NO. Description (2.44m x 61cm) | (3.05m x 76cm) | (3.66m x 76cm) |(3.66m x 1.00m)|(3.66m x 1.22m)| (4.27m x 84cm) |(4.27m x 1.00m}| (4.57m x 84cm) |(457m x 1.07m)|(457m x 1.22m)| (4.88m x 84cm) |(5.49m x 1.22m)
A Top Rail 8 10 12 12 12 14 14 14 15 15 16 18
B Vertical Pool Leg 8 10 12 12 12 14 14 14 15 15 16 18
Cc T-connector 8 10 12 12 12 14 14 14 15 15 16 18
D pin 18 22 26 26 26 30 30 30 32 32 34 38
E Footing 8 10 12 12 12 14 14 14 15 15 16 18
F Pin Gasket 18 22 26 26 26 30 30 30 32 32 34 38
J Pool liner 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
H Hose adaptor 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
8ft x 24in 10ft x 30in 12ft x 30in 12ft x 39 Sin 12ft x 48in 14ft x 33in 14ft x 39.5in 15ft x 33in 15ft x 42in 15ft x 48in 16ft x 33in 18ft x 48in
Part NO Description (2.44m x 61cm) | (3.05m x 76cm) | (3.66m x 76cm) |(3.66m x 1.00m)|(366mx 1.22m)| (4.27 m x 84cm) [(4.27m x 1.00m)| (4.57m x 84em) |(457mx 1.07m) | (457mx 1.22m)| (4.88m x 84cm) [(5.49m x 1.22m)
Part Code
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Complete structure P2A022017 P2A010Q17 P2A049017 P2H071017 P2A026017 P2A099017 P2A087Q17 P24137017 P2A081Q17 P2A027Q17 P2A138Q17 P2A028017
A Top Rail Р61023 P61013 P61049 Р61008 Р61032 P61084 P61084 P61084 Р61029 Р61029 Р61595 Р61029
B Vertical Pool Leg P61024 P61014 P61014 P61085 P61415 P61410 P61088 P61088 P61087 P61416 P61596 P61417
С T-connector P61025 P61001 Р61001 Р61001 P61411 P61004 Р61004 Р61004 Р61088 Р61412 P61597 P61413
D pin P61012 P61012 Р61001 Р61012 Р61012 P61007 P61007 P61007 P61007 P61007 P61007 P61007
E Footing P61026 P61010 P61010 Р61010 P61010 Р61005 Р61005 P61005 P61005 Р61005 Р61005 Р61030
Е Pin Gasket P61028 P61028 P61028 Р61028 P61028 Р61028 P61028 P61028 P61028 Р61028 P61028 Р61028
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J Pool liner 56544ASS17 | 56493ASS17 | 56500ASS17 paske 56421ASS17 | 56597ASS17 | 56423ASS17 | 56653ASS17 | 56490ASS17 | 56439ASS17 | 56654ASS17 | 56463ASS17
H Hose adaptor P6D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420 P&D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420 P6D1420
14ft x 42in 14ft x 48in 16ftx 48in 18ft x 48in 18ft x 52in 20ft x 48in 22ft x 52in 24ft x 52in 26ft x 52in
Part NO. Description (4.27m x 1.07m) (427mx 1.22m) (4.88m x 1.22m) (5.49mx 1.22m) (5.49m x 1.32m) (6.10m x 1.22m) (6.71m x 1.32m) (7.32m x 1.32m) (7.93m x 1.32m)
A Top Rail 14 14 16 18 18 20 22 24 26
= Vertical Pool Leg 14 14 16 18 18 20 22 24 26
C T-connector 14 14 16 18 18 20 22 24 26
D pin 30 30 34 38 38 42 46 50 54
E Footing 14 14 16 18 18 20 22 24 26
F Pin Gasket 30 30 34 38 38 42 46 50 54
J Pool liner 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4
H Hose adaptor 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
14ft x 42in 14ft x 48in 16ftx 48in 18ft x 48in 18ft x 52in 20ft x 48in 22ft x 52in 24ft x 52in 26ft x 52in
ario: Deserlption (4.27m x 1.07 m} (427m x 1.22m) (4.88m x 1.22m) (5.49m x 1.22m) (5.49m x 1.32m) (6.10m x 1.22m) (6.71m x 1.32m) (7.32m x 1.32m) (7.93m x 1.32m)
Part Code
Complete structure P2136 P2116017 P2117017 P2119017/(01) P2121 P2122 P2124Q17 P2126 P2128
A Top Rail P61676 P61676 Р61681 P61681 P61684 P61684 P61684 P61684 P61684
B Vertical Pool Leg P61336 P61343 P61346 P61346 P61352 P61352 P61352 P61352 P61352
с T-connector P61677 P61680 P61682 P61682 P61685 P61686 P61687 P61688 P61688
D pin P61678 P61678 P61683 P61683 P61683 P61349 P61349 P61349 P61349
E Footing P61338 P61338 P61348 P61348 Р61348 Р61348 P61348 P61348 P61348
F Pin Gasket P61679 P61679 P61679 P61679 P61679 P61679 P61679 P61679 P61679
J Pool liner 56643ASS17 56445ASS17 56453ASS 17 56391ASS17 56459ASS 17 56388ASS17 56392ASS17 56394ASS17 56395ASS17
H Hose adaptor PE6H1420 P&H1420 P6H1420 P&H1420 P&H1420 P6H1420 P6H1420 P6H1420 P&H1420
NOTE: The pool must be set up on à completely flat and level surface. Please do not install the pool if the
surface is inclined or sloped.
Correct conditions to set up the pool:
The selected location has to be capable of uniformly supporting the weight for the entire time the pool is installed,
moreover the location must be flat and must be cleared of all objects and debris including stones and twigs.
+ We recommend positioning the pool away from any objects children could use to climb into the pool.
NOTE: Position the pool near an adequate drainage system to deal with overflow or to discharge the pool.
« On uneven ground the pool may collapse causing serious personal injury and/or damage to personal property and will
void the warranty and prevent any service claims.
« Sand should hot be Used to create a level base; the ground must be dug out if necessary.
= Directly under overhead power lines or trees. Be sure the location does not contain underground Utility pipes, lines or
cables of any kind
* Do not set Up the pool on driveways, decks, plafforms, gravel or asphalt surfaces. The selected location should be firm
enough to withstand the pressure of the water; Mud, sahd, soft / loose soil or tar are not suitable.
« Grass or other vegetation under the pool will die and may cause odors and slime to develop, therefore we recommend
removing all grass from the selected pool location.
= Avoid areas prone to aggressive plant and weed species that may grow through the ground cloth or liner.
NOTE: Check with your local city council for by-laws relating to fencing, barriers, lighting and safety
requirements and ensure you comply with all laws.
NOTE: If have a filter pump, refer to the pump's manual for instructions.
NOTE: The ladder must match the pool size and should to be used only for entering and exiting the pool. It is
forbidden to exceed the permitted payload of the ladder. Check regularly if the ladder is properly assembled.
Bestway Inflatables will not be responsible for damage caused to the pool due to mishandling or failure to follow these
1. Lay out all parts and check that you have the correct quantities as listed in the components list. If you are missing
any part do not assemble the pool, contact Bestway Customers Service.
2. Spread out the pool and make sure the pool is right side up, let it sit exposed to direct sunlight for 1 hour or more so
that the pool is more flexible during set up.
3. Place the pool near an adequate drainage system to deal with overflow water and ensure the pool's inlet A and outlet
B are correctly positioned to allow your filter pump to connect to a power source.
NOTE: Do not use extension power cords to power your pump. ATTENTION: Do not drag the
pool on the ground, this can damage the pool.
4 : ` ™ To keep your pool clean:
| ax . Contact your local pool supply shop for advice and purchase of chemicals and pH kits. One of the most important
| factors to increase the life of the liner is to keep continously clean and healthy water. Please strictly follow the
instructions from professional technicians for the water treatment through the use of chemicals.
Locate a bucket of water next to pool to clean users’ feet before entering pool.
Cover the pool when notin use.
Skim pool regularly to avoid settled dirt.
Check and wash the filter cartridge regularly.
Gently clean any scum from below the top ring with a clean cloth.
Please be careful in case of rain water, kindly check that the water level is not higher than the expected. If so, YOU
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| Proper maintenance can maximize the life of your pool.
During the season of use of the swimming pool, the filtration system must be necessarily put into service every day,
enough time to assure at least a complete renewal of the volume of water.
ATTENTION: Do not use pump when pool is in use.
During the season of Use of the swimming pool, the filtration system must be necessarily put into service every day,
| enough for a long time to assure at least a complete renewal of the volume of water.
~ A Check pool for any leaks from valves or seams, check the ground cloth for any evident water loss. Do not add chemicals
until this has been done.
Connection Valve Assembly | № ОТЕ « Inthe evert of a leak, patch your pool using the Underwater adhesive repair patch provided.
For pool with connection valve Dismantling
r Unscrew the drain valve cap on the outside of the pool counter clockwise and remove.
. Connect the adaptor to the hose and put the other end of the hose in the area where you are going to drain your
и © В pool. (Check local regulations for drainage by-laws).
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GY . Screw control ring of the hose adaptor clockwise onto the drain valve. The drain valve will be open and water will
start to drain automatically.
A | ATTENTION = Water flow can be controlled with the control ring.
. When draining is finished, unscrew the control ring to close the valve.
. Disconnect the hose.
. Screw the cap back onto the drain valve.
. Air dry pool.
ATTENTION: po rot leave the drained pool outside.
| Storage and Winterization
. Please remove all the accessories and spare parts of the pool and store them clean and dry.
. Once pool is completely dry, sprinkle with talcum powder to prevent pool from sticking together, fold pool carefully.
If pool is not completely dry, mold may result and will damage the pool liner,
Store liner and accessories in a dry place with a moderate temperature between 5%C / 41°F and 38°C / 100%,
During the rainy season, pool and accessories should be stored as per above instructions also.
Improper draining of the pool might cause serious personal injury and/or damage to personal property.
We strongly recommend the pool is disassembled during the off season (winter months). Store ina dry location out of
children's reach.
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Filling Pool with Water |
ATTEN TIO N = Do not leave pool unattended while filling with water
1. Fill pool until water capacity is 90%, DO NOT OVERFILL as this could cause the pool to collapse. In times of heavy
rainfall you may need to empty some of the water to ensure the level is correct.
2. When filling the pool is completed, check that the water is not collecting on any side to ensure the pool is level. Î
IMPORTANT: If pool is not level, drain water and re-level ground by digging out . Never attempt to move
the pool with water in it, serious personal injury or damage to the pool may result.
WARNING = Your pool may contain a great deal of pressure. If your |
pool has any bulge or uneven side then the pool is not level, the sides may burst AM
and the water may discharge suddenly causing serious personal injury and/or
damage to property.
3. Check pool for any leaks at valves or seams, check ground cloth for any
evident water loss. Do not add chemicals until this has been done.
NOTE: In the event of a leak, patch your pool Using the underwater
adhesive repair patch provided.
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Pool Maintenance
If you do not adhere to the maintenance guidelines below, your health might be at risk, especially that of your children. |
| МРО КТА № T. If you don't respect the ideal values of the water chemicals the PVC can be damaged
and become discolor.
The following table lists the sequence of the tests that should be carried out for the ideal values and possible actions. |
Regularly check the pH value and chlorine concentration weekly and adjust to the ideal values.
pH value 74-76
Cyanuric acid 30 — 50 ppm
Free chlorine 2— 4 ppm |
Chlorine compound 0
Algae None visible
Calcium hardness 200 — 400 ppm |
Limited BESTWAY® Manufacturer’s Warranty
The product you have purchased comes with a limited warranty. Bestway® stands behind our quality guarantee and assures, through a replacement warranty, your product will
be free from manufacturer's defects, The limited warranty is valid as follows:
90 days from the original date of purchase.
Please contact your Bestway After Sales Center before sending any documents. They will provide full instructions of what is needed for your claim. Bestway® is not responsible
for economic loss due to water or chemical costs and will not replace any products deemed to have been damaged due to negligence or used outside of the owner's manual
guidelines. To enact a warranty claim, this form must be completed and supplied with a copy of your receipt/purchase and photos of the defects to the Bestway After Sales
Bestway's warranty covers manufacturing defects discovered while unpacking the product or during use, as recommended within the user manual. This warranty applies only to
products which have not been modified by any 3rd parties. The product must be stored and handled in accordance with the technical recommendations.
If a product is deemed to be defective by Bestway®, the warranty covers the repair or replacement of the defective part only. Replacements and repairs don’t extend the
duration of warranty. The original receipt/purchase invoice is required and will determine the start and the end dates of the warranty.
Please choose the type of your pool:
Name: Telephone:
Address: Mobile:
City: State: Fax:
Zip/Postal Code: Country: US o Canada o E-mail:
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YYYY-MM-DD [> Eaton Number
Problem description
O Item is torn / Leaking O Faulty welding O Faulty upper ring O Faulty drain valve
o Other (Please describe) © Missing part (Please use the code for the missing part. This can be found in the owner's manual.)
Bestway does not warranty items which have been subject to:
* Improper or abnormal use + Failure to follow the instructions as provided by Bestway + Negligence « Commercial use = Accident « Vandalism = Terrorist Activity
* Improper use of chemicals * Exposure to extreme weather conditions + Negligence during pool set-up or disassembly
« Damages beyond Bestway's control, and acts of nature (force majeure)
This warranty is void if any unauthorized repair, change or modification has been made to any part of the equipment.
This product is designed in accordance with standards for a specific use. Any modifications or transformations other than that indicated by the manufacturer could result in
serious risks for the user and will void the warranty.
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