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  1. Hi. In case anyone else experiences this problem, it solved itself once we filled this spa with water within 24-48 hours. While we never really discovered what caused the problem in the first place, we suspect that there was air trapped from the jets which hadn't been properly expelled, and that the ongoing pressure of the water on top of it slowly expelled it out as you might if you continued to squeeze an inflatable ring for long enough. Hope this helps anyone else who might experience this problem. Cheers, Mark
  2. Hi We're trying to put up our inflatable spa and have a large bubble in the spa floor. Would anyone know why this might be and/or what to do to eliminate it, please? It's a 3-year old inflatable 2-4 person spa (eziSpa Tekapo) which we've had up twice before without any such problem, having taken it down for summer. It's as if the floor has somehow become too big for the walls and is bowing in the middle? We only have it partially inflated and have tried squeezing the air out towards the outside wall with our feet (even while lifting the outside wall)... but the bubble only moves about to a different part of the spa floor. The flooring under the spa floor is perfectly flat. We're baffled as to why this is happening and would welcome your thoughts and suggestions, please. Cheers, Mark
  3. Hi We're trying to put up our inflatable spa and have a large bubble in the spa floor. Would anyone know why this might be and/or what to do to eliminate it, please? It's a 3-year old inflatable 2-4 person spa (eziSpa Tekapo) which we've had up twice before without any such problem, having taken it down for summer. It's as if the floor has somehow become too big for the walls and is bowing in the middle? We only have it partially inflated and have tried squeezing the air out towards the outside wall with our feet (even while lifting the outside wall)... but the bubble only moves about to a different part of the spa floor. The flooring under the spa floor is perfectly flat. We're baffled as to why this is happening and would welcome your thoughts and suggestions, please. Cheers, Mark
  4. Hi - We are trying to put up our inflatable spa and have a large bubble in the floor. Would anyone know why this might be and/or what to do to eliminate it, please? Unsure if this posting comes out as an answer to a previous problem or as a completely new post, so apologies if I've posted this incorrectly... It's a 3-year old inflatable 2-4 person spa (eziSpa Tekapo) which we've had up twice before (took it down for summer) without any such problem. It's as if the floor has somehow become too big for the walls and is bowing in the middle? We've tried squeezing the air out to the outside wall with our feet but it only moves about to a different part of the spa floor. The flooring under the spa floor is perfectly flat. We're baffled as to why this is happening and would welcome your thoughts and suggestions. Cheers, Mark
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