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  1. Where can we find some real instructions on how to do this? "Jumpering pin 10" seems a little vague to me.
  2. The experts dye the water and then look for that color in the foam...
  3. I have a HS Vanguard. I'm just wandering if it is a smart idea to install some sort of surge protector on the power line(s) going to the spa? If so, what kind are people using?
  4. Yes, for some reason I was a bit surprised by this post. It is 105 here right now and the tub is set on 100. I've never thought that was an issue; for heat therapy you need it to be hot...all this business of leaving the cover off during certain times and measuring the temperature is lost on me. I'll be staying tuned to see what I can learn. Thanks for the thread.
  5. The "no fault" aspect of the heater doesn't mean that it never fails. It means that you are covered under the warranty regardless of the reason the heater fails. (e.g. even if you did not maintain proper water chemistry.)
  6. The bundled Romex standard itself even calls for different wire sizes in a given Romex size... Follow the instructions for wire size in your Spa manual.
  7. Do the stuff you mention and you will be in great shape!
  8. LOL, I think he meant shimming which is what people prefer because its easier. The framed in pea gravel is the better way to go but is a bit more involved though its really just a Saturday morning job. oh! He meant the shimming...you DON'T want to do that.
  9. Seriously, Maintain your chlorine level at all times.
  10. Maintain your chlorine level at all times.
  11. thanks for all the advice...no one seems to know what i'm talking about when we to home depot. so, we just drop the idea of shimming. we'll leave the hot tub for now the way it is... They didn't know what 2 x 4's and pea gravel was?!?
  12. Hi, Randy, I respect your choice of the Vanguard, but it's incorrect to say that the Moto Massage won't run in the Envoy lounger and the other main reclining seat at the same time. I have the Envoy, and the Moto Massage jet runs continuously -- irrespective of what other jets are running. So you can definitely use the recliner simultaneously with the lounger in the Envoy. It's true that some of the other jets don't run at the same time (foot jets, e.g.), but the Moto Massage always runs. You can't get the FULL benefit of both seats simultaneously -- neck jets in the lounger at the sam
  13. A few questions: Is this for a 2008 or 2009? They did make a few nice changes to the 09, nothing major, but a bit more user friendly. Next, is this $8800 out the door with tax? Finally, what is included with the price? Lifter, stairs, store $$$, etc..... Thanks, Randy $8800 doesn't include Tax, but it does include a cover, the power shut off box, and i think a cover lifter. It's a 2009, but it's the old 2009 with the old display on the side of the spa, not the new units with an LCD display on the top of the Spa. Check your PM messages.... Thanks, Randy Wow, I was
  14. The water is on the bottom (spa water side) of the cover. After it rains I go out and open 1 side of the cover and see water streaming out of the 3 grommeted holes. It takes about 2-3 minutes for the streams of water to stop. The spa is used at least once per day, everyday. The hail storm was over a month ago. It has rained about 3 times since then.
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