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Peter Shupe

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  1. Thanks for the quick response. These swim spas are very tall. I think I will build some very thin steps for now and see how we use it, to determine where we may want to put a deck. I will design in such a way that I can remove sections to get at any of the panels with at least 3' of space around. Or maybe just until the warranty is up. 😉 I would normally fix things myself after warranty. I was a little disappointed to see that most of the stuff under there was the same size as my 7'x7' 20 yr old hot tub. I haven't looked at model #s of pumps or the heater but doesn't look much different
  2. Hello all, my name is Peter. My wife purchased a swim spa back in June and it was delivered about 2 weeks ago. I have just completed the electrical and the water is warming as we speak. I live in Canada, so it is taking a long time to warm up the 1900 odd gallons in the tub. I did the electrical myself and had an electrician check it out. I found it very difficult to jam the larger gauge wire required into the heater box, which seemed already quite full. It's all done now and working fine, so I will quickly forget all the swearing. 😉 I would love to hear from others that have a simi
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