2000 Hot Springs Grande has about three inches of water in it after a hose came lose. The attached end after I take off the panel as I look into the contols appears to be at the bottom right of the heater. The hose is about 2 ft long and I can't see where to reattach the other end. I can't locate my owners manual.
This may be for the ozone the other end maybe up toward the top maybe part of a double loop.hose is black or clear but with yellowish tint. this would only leak if the tub is off or clogged up filter, also during filling and draining. plug off hose and refill tub with water once full turn on. if this is for ozone it will draw air into line once you turn it on. if thats it need new check valve in line also.
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It buzzes because 120 volt AC is within the hearing range and means electricity is trying to open the solenoid plunger.Make sure the faucet the hose is connected to is turned on. swap hot and cold hoses and see if the Hot water is now a trickle. The solenoid asm that the hoses connect to can be removed and dissambled. It's a no brainer. the parts are mirrors of each otherBe sure to unplug the washer first. Remove the hoses at the solenoid assembely the valve asm has wires coming to it that just push on. A loose connector MIGHT cause this problem. Draw a picture of the wire connections, noting the color of each connection.Now the fill solenoid asm can be removed. It's probably held to the cabinet with one screw. now there are some screws holding the coils to the plungers. disassemble the valve and clean it up. Don't lose the springs that push the plunger to the closed position. At this point you could even swap the plungers on the asm. Just clean the obvious lime and **** upp using a tooth brush and water.DON'T LOSE THE SPRINGS,DON'T EVEN WASH THEM. Assembly is just reversed.you should not have to buy any parts, but don't lose the springs.
yes; the water control switch is under the control panel it has a clear hose attached to it. the hose goes to a nipple on the tub. the weight of the water pressing down on the air in this hose turns off the water level switch. the hose has probably come loose from the tub or, the switch. also the switch could be bad. you can check the switch by blowing into the tub end and, listening for a soft click or. use a multimeter.
The Fantasy has a drain located in the toekick of the spa. You have to first remove the drain cap, attach a hose if you wish, spin the outer black ring counter clockwise to start the water flow, then pull the outer ring out away from the tub to increase the drain to full flow. I understand that a screw driver is often needed to pull the outer ring out to achieve full flow. Therefore, I suggest another method. Take a garden hose and place it in front of the jet while the spa jets are on. This will force water flow thru the hose and prime the hose. Once you see water running from the other end of the hose, drop the hose in front of the spa jet into the footwell and as long as the loose end is lower than the end in the footwell, a siphon will drain the spa as fast as the spa drain will. Remember to turn off electric to the spa once you have established a siphon. You may have to bucket the last bit of water in the footwell. Goodluck.
when you tipped the washer was the drain hose still attached? and if so was the drain hose elevated? most top load washers will have an amount of leftover water in the bottom of the tub. with the drain hose off and the washer tipped towards the rear you should lose any excess water. also try to open the top of the agitator to see if there is any water trapped there. hope this helps....
The wash tub is suspended by two large support springs from the top and 2 to 4 shocks (depending on model) from the bottom. It sounds like one or both of your upper support springs may have come loose for some reason. You will need to remove the top panel of the washer by removing the three screws that hold it in place in the rear. With the screws removed, the panel will slide back, then off. You should be able to see the support springs easily at this point. There is one connected to the drum on the left and right side of the tub. If the drum has come loose, all you should have to do is have someone assist you by lifting the tub up high enough to reattach the spring(s). CAUTION: The tub is very heavy due to the fact it has counter weights on the front and rear of the tub. Lifting may take some effort. Now...these springs usually have a small bracket covering the upper end that prevents it from coming loose. It is not normal for them to become detached unless the drum cracks at the spring support, or if you had a severely off balanced load that may have shaken it violently. In addition, if the support springs did come loose, you will need to inspect the perimeter of the door bellow (rubber boot) to ensure it did not become ripped or come loose from the tub as well. This will cause leakage. Please inspect your washer and get back to me on what you found, so that I may assist you further if needed.
There are springs inside the unit that stablize the tub during spin. If the springs are not attached correctly the tub will be off balance. Sometimes the Balance Ring loses it's fluid due to a crack or leak and the washer will spin off balance. THis requires a service tech to dissemble the machine.
yes drain should be at least 36 inches from floorif hose outlet falls below water height in tub water will siphon out faster than it runs in try installing 1 and quarter diameter pipe into floor drain and dropping end of hose into it
no the timer doesn't control the water fill the pressure switch does you have three possibility's either the pressure switch is malfunctioning or a water valve is hanging open or the pressure switch pressure hose is leaking or off the tub the pressure switch is connected to the knob that lets you select the water level in the tub if you back out the two screws on the front or back of the end caps depending on the model you can pull the control panel forward and tilt it back to access the pressure switch its gold in color and has a clear latex hose attached to it also take the hose loose and blow through it to make sure its clear with the washer empty of course lol if you need more info just reply to me be glad to help water can also leak out from the pressure switch hose if a mouse has chewed through it or its come loose from the tub