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    Hi, I am new to the forum and have discovered a leak in my inground pool. I have cut the concrete where i suspested the leak and found it.

    The leak is where the return inlet connects to the pipe. Kinda anyway my leak is actually where the inlet comes through the wall and appears there is a hard epoxy like surface. I am wondering what the best way to fix this would be? It doesnt look like i will be able to just take out the inlet and replace it because of this epoxy like substance.

    Kinda stumped and hoping someone can help.

    Thanks Oms

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    Here is the link to the picture. it is leaking between the inlet and the flange i think it would be called. Im guessing i will have to replace the retun inlet as it might be cracked. Do i need to pull the vinyl liner away to get it out?
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