I brought a whirlpool tub 4 years ago. I was remodeling and had the tub moved from its location. The worker damaged the plastic tubing that the water runs through. How can I fix that? Is it expenses? Thank you. Jacqueline
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Jet bodies match only the jet trim that goes with them. These are a set and are not interchangeable with other models or brands of jet. Each Bath Part in unique in subtle ways only. In order to find the correct jet body you need to match up the face of the jet trim to what is shown online. Once you know that brand of jet trim we can find you the correct jet body. I would invite you to search our site at US Parts Center and see if you can find the jet face that you have. Once you do we will be able to match up the correct jet body for you.
if you have a water stain on the ceiling below your tub then you have a water leak. There is no easy solution for this. You must get to the underside of the tub in order to watch the jets when the tub is full of water to isolate the leak and then have it repaired by a plumber.
Most of the control buttons on a tub are not electrical. These buttons are connected to an air line that runs to the motor. Sometimes an aggressive button push can literally blow the air line right off of the bottom of the button. This problem is as easy to fix as it sounds. Find the loose air line and push it back onto the button. You will need to open up your access panel. Bring a flashlight. Be sure to check the connection at the motor too. Good luck
check behind the access door for a air tube that goes from motor switch to button if either side has come off you have to re attach it just cut off 1/4 inch of the tube before you do. that will make it fit tighter
The only sure fix is to drill holes in the bottom of the tub and shoot in a commerical grade low expanding foam to fill in the void. The foam you find a Lowes or Home Depot will not work as it is a high expanding foam and will ruin your tub. Call a reliable tub repair company experienced in this type of repair. It should not exceed 200.00 including rolling in a new floor.
You should ask a lawyer for advice on who should fix it, but there are kits available to patch chips like those. You apply it as a liquid and then wet sand it. They are fairly easy to apply, and inexpensive.