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I was given a Jensen Air Masseur tub without installation plans.   It has a blower to connect - model T02-250-120/60-P2-J1.   Is there someplace I can find the plans for this.  My electrician does not know how to connect all the wires. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Hi enamelcat,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your problem is: You were given a Jensen Air Masseur tub without installation plans. It has a blower to connect - model T02-250-120/60-P2-J1. Is there someplace you can find the plans for this. Your electrician does not know how to connect all the wires. Any suggestions would be appreciated

I can usually wire this up myself, but any electrician worth his salt can figure it out. If you're having trouble finding such a person then you'll have to get in touch with the manufacturer to get an electrical diagram or instructions.

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Fig. Fig. 2: Unbolt the mounting plate from the case


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