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Hi

We're trying to put up our inflatable spa and have a large bubble in the spa floor. Would anyone know why this might be and/or what to do to eliminate it, please?

It's a 3-year old inflatable 2-4 person spa (eziSpa Tekapo) which we've had up twice before without any such problem, having taken it down for summer. It's as if the floor has somehow become too big for the walls and is bowing in the middle? We only have it partially inflated and have tried squeezing the air out towards the outside wall with our feet (even while lifting the outside wall)... but the bubble only moves about to a different part of the spa floor. The flooring under the spa floor is perfectly flat.

We're baffled as to why this is happening and would welcome your thoughts and suggestions, please.

Cheers, Mark

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On 1/4/2022 at 7:29 PM, Mark23 said:

Hi

We're trying to put up our inflatable spa and have a large bubble in the spa floor. Would anyone know why this might be and/or what to do to eliminate it, please?

It's a 3-year old inflatable 2-4 person spa (eziSpa Tekapo) which we've had up twice before without any such problem, having taken it down for summer. It's as if the floor has somehow become too big for the walls and is bowing in the middle? We only have it partially inflated and have tried squeezing the air out towards the outside wall with our feet (even while lifting the outside wall)... but the bubble only moves about to a different part of the spa floor. The flooring under the spa floor is perfectly flat.

We're baffled as to why this is happening and would welcome your thoughts and suggestions, please.

Cheers, Mark

 

On 1/4/2022 at 7:29 PM, Mark23 said:

Hi

We're trying to put up our inflatable spa and have a large bubble in the spa floor. Would anyone know why this might be and/or what to do to eliminate it, please?

It's a 3-year old inflatable 2-4 person spa (eziSpa Tekapo) which we've had up twice before without any such problem, having taken it down for summer. It's as if the floor has somehow become too big for the walls and is bowing in the middle? We only have it partially inflated and have tried squeezing the air out towards the outside wall with our feet (even while lifting the outside wall)... but the bubble only moves about to a different part of the spa floor. The flooring under the spa floor is perfectly flat.

We're baffled as to why this is happening and would welcome your thoughts and suggestions, please.

Cheers, Mark

 

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