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Jacuzzi jets not pumping out water

I turn on my jacuzzi tub and the motor runs but nothing comes out of the jets. Is this a pump problem or something else? Does this sound like something I can fix by myself? I am just renting the house but would LOVE to have it actually work! Thanks for any suggestions.....

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I have a garden tub and some of the jets work and some do not could this still be my pump?

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Check the jet pump, also where the filter is there are two 90s plastic. make sure that they are both in the water, if all those check out then check the switch for the jets. It sounds like the pump is bad and is not pumping the water. Even if the motor works and the internal parts of the motor seal gets wet then it all needs to be replaced and rebuilt. Very easy to do yourself. Like always be careful and unplug the unit.

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