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WHEN IT PRINTS IT IS SKIPPING LINES


The ink-jets are like a wide paint-brush, painting a "band" across the page.
If half of those ink-jets are clogged, or only half of the paint-brush has paint,
then only half of the "band" will be "painted" onto the surface.

So, run a few "print-head-cleaning" cycles, to try to UNCLOG those jets.

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Need replacement parts for a MAAX WESTCO INC A159869 8Z31 Jet Bath Tub Would like to replace the white plastic parts in side the tub with chrome as they have turned yellow


Try Guillens.com or usparts.com I have had some good luck finnding jets. Maax is still in business and you might be able to get the jet directly from them, although they are in Canada. Hope this helps.

Aug 11, 2010 | Home

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How to remove jet rings on jetted tub


It depends on the brand of jet and tub, if it is a gold or silver trim ring, they will generally pry off with a screwdriver, just be careful not to damage the tub when doing so. When prying, move the screwdriver around the jet an inch at a time, just like opening a can of paint. Some rings will screw on, but most just pry off.

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How to get jet covers on my lasco tub white they turned yellow


lasco jets usually unthread counter clockwise out of the wall fittings

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I bought a psh1 to spray latex as the reviews


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What size is the jet?
What compressor pressure are you using, LOW is good >20PSI
You will need quite a large jet for latex paint even thinned. I have tried a 1.8mm jet and that still clogs!! Consult your local spray painter with what size jet you need.

I am betting the standard size of 1.5mm is way too small, that type of gun is fine with the correct jet size.

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How to Change White Water Whirlpool Tub Jet Hardware


I recommend that you consider spray painting the gold hardware with brushed nickel rusteoleum paint. IF you decide to go this route you must lightly abrade the gold surface with emery cloth then prime with rusteoleum primer, let that dry and the final coat will be the brushed nickel. I have done this and it turned out excellent. I get compliments on it.

Regarding your other issues, you will be happiest with white water parts. That being said, it is likely that locally procured parts might fit. I would get one set of parts and try them.

You will likely find the model number etc. on a plate in the mechanical compartment of the spa.

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Cleaning a whirlpool tub


The jets turn yellow from exposure to the sun, not much you can do except replace the jets (costly). What is leaking? if you broke the seal on a jet it will leak and have to be resealed.

Mar 24, 2009 | Home

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I have the the aqualux whirlpool tub, do i disconnect the side square filter to clean, there is a screw in the middle of the tub. it have turned yellow. do i clean it or leave it alone. how do i cleam the...


The square filter on the side it tough to get off because of a rubber seal the runs around it. However, once the screw is removed there isn't anything else holding it on. You're going to feel like you're getting ready to break something, but you'll have to work with it to get it off. You might try a flat head screwdriver or a razor and carefully run it between the seal and the tub to loosen it. It will come off, it's just a little bit hard. When you remove it, you'll see why it was so hard to get off...the soapscum is all over the inside of it and some of it hardens around the seal in spots. Hope this helps.

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