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Dr. Spa

Member Since 21 Sep 2005
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In Topic: Odd Piping Configuration

24 June 2015 - 11:30 AM

And the way your "plugging" the jet, you're simply forcing, or redirecting the water back through the air intake.

 

What you have is supposed to be exactly the way it is...it's not malfunctioning in any way.


In Topic: Wiring Variable Speed Motor - Using Plug-In Receptacle

21 June 2015 - 10:59 AM

First off, and no offense intended, but from the questions you ask, it really sounds like you should call an experienced  professional.

 

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Please call in a professional.


In Topic: Redwood Hot Tub On Pavers Or Loose Stone? + Other Help Requested

17 June 2015 - 08:12 AM

Pavers or stone is a BAD idea. The slightest uneven settling can cause the tub to shift and leak. If you can get pavers or stone into the back yard, you can also carry 60# bags of concrete in.


In Topic: Redwood Hot Tub Question

11 June 2015 - 07:56 AM

Ok. so the valve that you're turning to adjust the amount of air allowed to enter into the jet has ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with the issue. Most likely the problem is some type of blockage in the actual jet, preventing the venturi action for drawing in any air. You should be able to fix this, from inside the tub. If you look in the center of the jet, there should be a piece you can unscrew. Once unscrewed, turn on the pump briefly and any debris should come out. There then though is the question of what and where this debris is/came from. Quite possibly it's the bypass valve in your gas heater that disintegrated.


In Topic: Redwood Hot Tub Question

10 June 2015 - 04:38 PM

It says I need a user name and password to access the file(s)