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1st ck to see that your inflation valves are staying closed , this is a safety feature , that prevents over inflation and over rowdy behavior while inside tub
valves have a lock over cap that should be tightly closed

If this is good , start at bottom and work your way all over skin of tub with a wet paper towel with a bit of soap on it , bubbles will appear at hole(s) yes there can be more than one
common sites to really look at for holes are (entire bottom, top edge where one enters tub frequently, around hose fittings
) holes can be patched with std pool patches or use kit that came with tub

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2. Unscrew this coupler off and immediately the air will start to escape. It shouldn't take more than about 2 minutes to deflate and you are ready to pack it away.
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5. Fold the three sides to the centre
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7. Remove the coupler one more time to squeeze out any remaining air and then return it.
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If you have a good grasp of electricity, find the heating element and with the power off remove the leads. Try to plug it back in, reset the gfci, and give it a minute. If it doens't trip and everything runs fine replace the heating element. With most spa packs it is possible to replace only the element, some like watkins you have to replace the whole heater. If the spa still trips with the heater disconnected start unplugging your equipment starting with the ozone, then blower, then pumps, one at a time until your braker stays on.

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take that from guy that's allways in a hurry !!

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