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Queen instabed built in pump does not work how do i inflate it manually

When stored left the buttons on deflate instead of off. Put in the plug it started to work on deflate and i immediately turned it off. When put buttons on inflate nothing worked. Not inflate not deflate.

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DRAINING THE SPA:
1. Unplug power pack from electrical receptacle before draining spa.
2. Put the rubber plug into the outlet in the inner wall of the spa.
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