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  1. I bought a used Spa and somewhere in the transporation I did something. Inside the cover there is a hose that has a Stainless steel mesh cover which I figure is the air intake for the jets well there is a leak coming from outside this pipe not in, but outside. So 1 where could I get a schematic for this model (Nautilus) by Dimension One or does someone have any Idea as to what is happening. Thanks
  2. After many hours of research on this site and "the other" spa site, wet testing HS Grandee, Sundance Optima, Caldera Salena and D1 Chairman, talking to 8 different dealers, we purchased a D1 Nautilus today (our first hot tub) as it fit us both best with its' his and her corner seats. I'm 6'3", she's 5'7" and found the same seats in the Chairman to fit us best of the 4 tubs we wet tested. All dealers are different and must say we were most satisfied with these particular HS and D1 dealers with their long years selling their brands and professional selling skills. The tub is available now but the deck and tub pad must be built. I hope to be soaking before Halloween, just in time for the long, cold and white winters here in NH. Thanks to all for their contributions to this site that ultimately helped us with our decision. I'm sure i will be back to this site many more times researching water care advice.
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