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  1. Thank you very much for your help, any chance of a drawing of the inner workings of these jets, to see how they fit into the holder, and how they work please. best wishes Jem
  2. Thank you for all the help that you have given to me so far. I am having a bit of a problem getting hold of the jets that I need, as the spa has all the jet holders, but the jets are missing. The jets holders that I have , Have a big W on them made in the USA, and the number 211-5100 could these be Waterways perhaps? Would it be possible for some kind sole to let me have a crosssection drawing of a jet so that I can see how they work please. I have fixed up my spa to a filter and 1.5 hp pump, and all works well but without the jets, so it works, but not as it would with the jet
  3. Hi thank you very much for your reply, yes I will post some pictures, The make of spa is not very important it is more a case of am I going in the right direction, I am a do it your self er, so am quite happy to use what I have, rather than use what spa users use when possible. best wishes Jem Thank you very much once again, I am slightly confused with the layout of this forum, as when it says reply to this topic, it opens with my first mail, I hope that this is ok. Yes I think as you say D to C for the solar, and I see your point of going to B, but that would
  4. Thank you both very much for all your help, It is true that there is no one around here who deals with spas, so your help is fantastic. plus the fact that you probably know far more that any dealer, who is only interested in selling new! Going through your questions, A could not be connected to suction C with out a pump in between, which seems unlikely. Yes B does seem to be a drain, but seems to be very big for that. D is a long insulated pipe that comes out next to c, no shown on the photo( I have 2 of these spas, one for spares! I could have had 4, they were chucking them out
  5. Hi thank you very much for your reply, yes I will post some pictures, The make of spa is not very important it is more a case of am I going in the right direction, I am a do it your self er, so am quite happy to use what I have, rather than use what spa users use when possible. best wishes Jem Thank you very much for your reply, but I am sorry that I didn't ex plane well enough my pipes! I enclose 4 photos, in the first one where should this other pipe A go ? in my spa it is just cut off. the one at the bottom goes to the cross pipe, together with one
  6. Hi thank you very much for your reply, yes I will post some pictures, The make of spa is not very important it is more a case of am I going in the right direction, I am a do it your self er, so am quite happy to use what I have, rather than use what spa users use when possible. best wishes Jem Thank you very much for your reply, but I am sorry that I didn't ex plane well enough my pipes! I enclose 4 photos, in the first one where should this other pipe A go ? in my spa it is just cut off. the one at the bottom goes to the cross pipe, together with one
  7. Hi thank you very much for your reply, yes I will post some pictures, The make of spa is not very important it is more a case of am I going in the right direction, I am a do it your self er, so am quite happy to use what I have, rather than use what spa users use when possible. best wishes Jem
  8. I have been given Scrounged an Ibeza spa pool. the pool is in good condition, but it is missing many parts. I have a pool pump 1.5 hp and filter which I will use to power the spa, but there are 3 pipes that are cut off, 2 of these would go well for a solar heater for the spa, my idea is to connect them to 20 or more meters of black plastic pipe and a central heating pump to circulate the water. I can incorporate a censer so that the water cannot go above 40 degrees c. I live in Mallorca, so sun is not a problem. I would be most grateful for any help from you. best wishes Jem
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