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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.

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On 9/15/2013 at 5:55 PM, Buzzman said:

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

I see this is an old dead horse from back in 2013 but did you ever figure the problem out?   I have the same problem with my dimension one Nautilus

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On 9/15/2013 at 5:55 PM, Buzzman said:

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

I see this is an old dead horse from back in 2013 but did you ever figure the problem out?   I have the same problem with my dimension one Nautilus

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Dimension One spas are full foamed and sheeted with plastic on the bottom. Any leak soaks into the foam and fills it like a bowl until it finds a way out, usually alongside of something coming through the spa equipment bay wall/floor or drain fitting. The light is a likely source, as they have a removeable face so you can (theoretically) change the bulb from inside the spa, which means you must drain it. Of course, the face gets tightened down on its o-ring and sticks, so when you try to remove it the whole thru-wall fitting spins and loosens, creating a leak just behind the equipment bay wall. 

But it could be anywhere.

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