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Marco Pulone

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  1. well as long as the pump didnt run dry it should be fine. if it did, a new seal may be in order.
  2. I believe this is quite common, due to the small amounts being worn from the liner. in a few years it may wear through, but not soon.
  3. so the jet pumps 1 and 2 both work, but the circulation pump and blower dont work. Probably a stuck relay or two, or both motors are dead.
  4. If it's just the heater, buying a replacement and swapping them out should fix the issue. what spa controller does your spa have?
  5. no, I do not believe new elements should go bad this fast. are there special 120V elements?
  6. it sounds like you have either a bad board or very unlikely a bad sensor.
  7. i believe this is the DE re compacting to the grids after loosening, and is a good thing to happen. correct me Please, I'm learning 🙂
  8. so we are looking at a vector 21 V94L. what is your feelings about this tub?
  9. is the fuse powering the entire tub? what voltage is it? what model is it? is the heater on the same circuit?
  10. a good rule of thumb is to limit children 5 and under to 10 minutes. older than that you should be fine. although i would keep the water at 99 until they get to around 10.
  11. the check valve has failed on your Ozone injector. it will need replacement, or you can remove it. this is NOT a drain, do NOT cap it off unless you will never use ozone in your tub.
  12. that is a mazzei injector, for an ozonator. if your spa does not have an ozonator, it either used to or could have one added. it may be clogged, resulting in a water backup, causing water to spew out.
  13. well, if your spa has a seperate heater, I think you're all good. if it doesnt, you need a water jacket for your new pump.
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