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The hot tube foams when turned on and has awful odor how do I fix

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First you will want to "Super Shock" with Chlorine and Bromine the water and run - the smell is a bacteria buildup inside pipes and other areas so you will want to kill all germs... Do Not Use while being supershocked! Drain your water and refill as per required You will need to visit a spa shop... You can get a Defoamer liquid but heavy foaming will require water change

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