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The top of my old pop-up drain is silver and says: L.A.CA.PAT# 4,764,993. I live in L.A., CA.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending on how you heat the hot water, whether gas or electric, is a missing detail in your problem, but if it is electric then your problem is the size, being only 40 gal, and needing probably about that to fill the tub, will always lead to your current position.
If the hot water heater is gas, the chances of it keeping up are slightly better, but again things like the temperature of the water leaving the tank, any mixing valves, etc. will effect the water temp at your tub. Before raising any temps, make sure you follow local code, as not to scald yourself or others.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
The only product I know of which will do what you ask is an item called Plast-Aid Acrylic and PVC repair kit. Google it and you will find the website. It is about $20. and it works like a charm. good luck
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: Indoor jacuzzi bathtub problem
Just add 1/2 cup bleach to a full tub of clean water, turn on the jets.
Grab a small goldfish strainer / net and scoop out the moldy chunks.
Keep cycling the water until most of the chunks are gone.
Drain the rub, refill and add 1/2 cup bleach again, repeating the process.
The problem is caused by water left in the lines after use, and it turns moldy.
After each use...drain the tub completely, then turn on the jets for about 10 seconds. This will purge the lines of any standing water.
Fill the tub with clean water and cycle the jets with bleach once a week to prevent any further problem.
Hope this helps...it worked for me, I had the same problem.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
one of the quick ways to fix leaks at jets is by using Millaput two putty resins mixed and worked round the outside of the defective jet hope this helps
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Any time you get a strong smell of rotten eggs it is due to a high concentration of sulfer in the water. Are you on well water? I would suggest using a cleaner like http://www.sani-bath.com/ to clean out your system.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
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