- Re-Lining an AquaDam
In Non-Moving Water
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If your AquaDam® has a small hole in it, it can be mended by using patch tape.
If the hole is irreparable and your AquaDam® is located in moving water, then
you must drain your AquaDam® and re-line it on shore. However, if your AquaDam®
is in a non-moving body of water, it can be re-lined in place by following the
procedure outlined on the next pages.
If the AquaDam® has been moved out of position or is twisted, water must be pumped out of the
AquaDam® until it is buoyant. Maneuver the dam until it is back in its original position.
This can be done by pulling the AquaDam® manually, or, in this case, pumping water into the work
area until the AquaDam® is forced out by the water pressure.
Once the AquaDam® is back in position, re-lining can take place.
Every large AquaDam® has string lines running through the inner tubes specifically
so that they can be re-lined. These string lines are thin and are not for pulling
the new liner through. They are simply to pull another, stronger, rope through the