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Is this normal? Leveling issue?

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Hi All,

I noticed something on my Hotspring Flash hot tub today.  As background, the tub is about a year old, sits on new cement pavers, which in turn sit on top of a cement slab which was the base for the previous owners hot tub.

I had not paid any attention to this before, but I noticed today that water level seems out of level.  I say  seems because of you look at the photos, on three of the side the water line comes right up to, but does not touch, the light.  On the forth side, the water level comes over the light as well as the control knob.

First thought was that the ground had settled, or it wasn't level when it was installed and I never bothered to notice it.  I took a 6 foot level to the top of each side of the shell.....perfectly level.  The ground?  Perfectly level.  The water line looks level all the way around as well.

Not sure what I am seeing if everything is in alignment, including the ground.  Any ideas?

Thanks,

Matt

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???

If the spa and ground are level it has undoubtedly been that way since you got it. The shell is not flexible and the fitting did not move.

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Absolutely. I was curious if anyone knew if the light on that side was lower than the others, by design.

I wouldn’t think so..?

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Spas are shaped in a mould and the recesses are identical on all of the same model. Every single one of that year and model has the exact same placement, with perhaps a small variance for a slightly off-center hole.

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