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I have a 1999 Laser Select hot tub. It gets ups to temp but when we get in the temp goes down pretty quickly

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Does this happen when you're running Jets and/or Air Blower?
Using an air blower w/o an air heater or opening all the air controls for bubbles will cool the water rapidly.
The solutions are to get an air blower with a ceramic heater on the intake. Avoid using the venturi style air controls.
As heating and filtration are done on the pumps low speed you could change the control box to a high current setup where the heater will stay on when the jets are high. This is not possible on all controls & should only be done by a technician.
Hope that helps

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