got a New roof

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    Well got a new roof on my house Now I have holes in my liner. I have patched up three pin holes so far. I am letting all the water drain through the holes to find them. My question is, would it really be worth it on a 20 mil liner? It's 4 yrs old. I know, I should have a larger mil, but times were tight. So, should I play the finding game or buy a new liner and call it a day? What would you do?
     
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    If you got the $$ buy a new linner and lay it inside the old one
     
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    how much would a 40 mil liner cost? Plus, i don't remember the size I need:banghead3:
     
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    Only you would know what size you need..
     
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    Money is tight, so I am having to patch them. So far, I have found 7 holes. Right now, I am using rtv:grumble: Any easy ideas. It's wierd. For two days it stayed only two feet low. Then I woke up one morning and actually had dorsal fins of my goldfish sticking out :eek2: So i put them in an aquarium and started patching. I am waiting 48 hrs before I fill it.
     
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