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Do you have a solution for the bearing of my rotating jet on a j345 spa ho broke once a year ?

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I replaced the jet on my spa, check with you spa dealer for the correct part number.

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SOURCE: I have the ball bearings showing up in my lounger

You can use the spa as usual. The missing ball bearings are only going to affect the jet that they fell out of, and since the bearing is already falling appart it is not going to hurt a thing. Most jets have non replacable bearings, so you will need a whole new jet anyways.

Posted on Mar 06, 2010

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