Swimming pool stairs to help those who are not strong enough to pull themselves out of the water when leaving the pool. The stairs have to be level with the edge of the pool, without floating, to avoid damage when jumping into the pool and swimming. There are several different forms of pool ladder and sizes, but most are installed in the same way. If your pool ladder comes with instructions, look over them carefully to avoid improper installation.
Adjust the stringers (the long sides of the scale) in the last step. Slide the treads on the sliders at the locations of the bolt holes. Tighten four bolts, two on each side of the bands, in the steps. Connect the two handles by inserting the handle platform into the holes in the bottom of the handles. Secure the platform with a screw. Rub liquid soap around the adjustable tubes on the bottom of the handles and insert the tube into the mounting bracket.
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Fill the stair rails with water. Attach the stringers to the handles and insert the screws to tighten the unit downwards. And then immerse the ladder in the water, keeping the handles out of the pool. Tilt the ladder at an angle of 15 degrees to fill it even more with water. Mount the blocks on the side of the pool with the screws included with the kit and an electric drill.
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