Once the liner is properly in place, vacuums should be set up as close as possible to any speciality feature areas in the pool, e.g., step sections, sun ledges, cuddle coves, etc. If the pool includes several of these features, it is a good idea to utilize more than one vacuum to remove any wrinkles and help set the liner in place. Most installers will agree it is best to remove all wrinkles before filling the pool with water.
It is also important to make sure the electrical supply to the vacuums is sufficient to prevent interruptions in electricity while the pool is being filled with water. This is especially important if the pool is slowly being filled using a garden hose. It should be noted, however, most liner vacuums used today draw very few amps.
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