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Only 3 of 6 jets in jacuzzi tub working

When turning on the tub only 3 of 6 jets are working, 2 of them feel like they are trying to work. suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    I ran all 4 jets to clean, then drained the tub, filled with cold water, pushed the power button and I could hear the motor but jets would not work. I waited a couple of hours, and still nothing. Tried next day and still nothing. Filling with cold water was to rinse the cleaning solution. It has worked in the past but now is not. Thanks!

  • dccrossland Feb 16, 2009

    #3 of the 6 jets do not blow air, and furthermore, the air intake on that side actually drips water out. Can this be due to uneven pressure from one side to the other? The hose from the pump is much longer (3 feet) on the problem side of the tub.

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2009

    2 on the same side of my 6 jet whirlpool tub are not working. I tried turning them clockwise to open them like the aquaglass website suggested, but they are still not pumping.

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    how to clean jets.

  • phil_m7 May 11, 2010

    Is the tub new? Have the jets worked before?



    At your service, Phil

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    we have a jet tub but the switch keeps shutting on and off

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Make sure the jets themselves are fully opened. Some models you can turn individual jets on & off

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