The water behind the liner is ground water. Most likely it will just come back if you pump it out, unless you leave the pump in place as long as you are leaving the pool drained. There are various ways to deal with this, like installing a well point with a sump pump to lower the local water table, but they involve some work/money. The odds are low that the liner will survive this. Chances are you will need a new liner. If you can find the leak and fix it fairly quickly, it is probably worth giving the old liner a try, but chances are fairly high that it will tear as the pool is refilled.
Should I try adding water even with the water behind the liner to locate the leak? What would you advise as next steps? Thanks again.
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