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I have a J335 Hot tub , when i cange the water and turn back on i get white flakes coming from the jets, can any body tell me how to get rid of thm?

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    Nigel Lucas Apr 08, 2015

    Thanks for the advice from D. E. HEV. changed fillters and still get white flakes coming from jets.

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