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How do you deflate a portable spa

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More information is found here...
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To deflate the portable Therapure spa 050006 is easy. The trick is to realize that the black valve used to inflate is in fact a double valve. Remove the square threaded cap to inflate it.
1. To deflate the spa leave the black square threaded cap and below that you should find a round or winged coupler.
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.
3. Return the valve (before doing so you could use a vacuum to suck out as much air as possible.)
4. Lay out the spa floor in a circle
5. Fold the three sides to the centre
6. Then lay the power unit on the folded sides.
7. Remove the coupler one more time to squeeze out any remaining air and then return it.
8. Roll the up the side to the original size of the spa before you opened it the first time.

Posted on Nov 22, 2014

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    davidsparrow Nov 22, 2014

    To deflate the portable Therapure spa 050006 is easy. The trick is to realize that the black valve used to inflate is in fact a double valve. Remove the square threaded cap to inflate it.

    1. To deflate the spa leave the black square threaded cap and below that you should find a round or winged coupler.

    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.

    3. Return the valve (before doing so you could use a vacuum to suck out as much air as possible.)

    4. Lay out the spa floor in a circle

    5. Fold the three sides to the centre

    6. Then lay the power unit on the folded sides.

    7. Remove the coupler one more time to squeeze out any remaining air and then return it.

    8. Roll the up the side to the original size of the spa before you opened it the first time.

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To deflate the portable Therapure spa 050006 is easy. The trick is to realize that the black valve used to inflate is in fact a double valve. Remove the square threaded cap to inflate it.
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