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Hi, Im looking for some advice on my Hawaii Lazy spa hot tub. The water level has increased from minimum to over the maximum level from rain water. I have own two previous hot tubs albeit Palm Springs and have never had this issue. I sweep water from the top when I see it but with this hot tub it seems like the water is filtering through the lid into the hot tub. Bestway told me that the lid is not waterproof because it’s breathable so water will seep into the hot tub. Anyone else had excess water level due to rain water? The picture attached shows the hot tub now, I filled it to minimum level marker and the lid is bulging due to the excess water. Thank you
Hi everyone! I inherited an older Coleman Horizon 400 series spa with the house. There's a triangular compartment built into the corner of the spa that holds a container with the lid. The lid itself is fairly water-tight, so I suspect it was built to store things, but the compartment itself is a container that is sitting inside the spa, and the minute enough people climb into the spa to raise the waterline, it pours into the compartment, and the container starts floating. It's super annoying: the water gets in there, and there's no way to get it out other than try to use container as a plunger. The water can get moldy in there, because once it gets in, it stays in the compartment and is not getting circulated. Any idea what this is and how to deal with it? Thank you!
I have an outdoor above ground endless pool which is nearing completion, I am concerned about heat loss. The pool sits on a 20cm fibre reinforced slab and has 15cm of wall cavity insulation and 40 cm of brick all round. The pool is 5M x 2.5M 9000 litres which I would like to keep at 2- to 23 degrees all year round, I have a heat exchanger on my boiler and a 17Kw air heat pump . My issue is heat loss through the water surface so I need a cost effective lid, I can't find one that will fit and be easy to remove, is there a simple solution? Rob