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  1. Has anyone registered their Coleman Saluspa. Ask for a call back from Bestway Corp, the company that makes. them. Been over a week and still no call back from them. My question is where is the serial number located and the batch number. Also for product description, do they want the model number? TIA
  2. Hey, so I have a barely 2 month old Coleman Saluspa. It's the pretty common one that holds about 1000 L and has the external pod that holds the panel and mechanical like heater and pump, attaches via three screw down connections. I know different models will have different volumes, but I used to have an mspa, and it didn't even come close to the level of noise from regular everyday operation with the heat and filter pump running. I'm talking about lid closed, correct water level, no plugs or blocked pipes, aka everything seems fine. Right out of the box from the first time it was on, it ha
  3. Just installed my new Coleman Salspa today and ran the pump for a few hours to circulate the Bromine. When I came back a few hours later, there was a small puddle under the large pipe coupling. I can feel it dripping. It looks like this pipe goes to the air channel for bubbles. Is there a way to isolate this pipe so I can remove it without loosing all the water? Thank you, Veronica
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