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Lay-z-spa pump is leaking from the bottom of the pump. Also dripping from the connectors that atta ch to the pump. The two with the metal rings on them. Any solutions?

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Replace whole pump and leaking parts watch chemical levels

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Sidewinder, sounds like it's leaking from the pump gasket or the water seal assy on the impeller. Check the locking ring to the pump housing and see if you can increse the pressure to the tub. Also check the tightness of the motor fan assy. to the impeller assy. tighten if necessary. Pump gasket part number is 912529. Impeller seal part number is 903494. Catriver..post back.

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Bad seal in the pump itself. It is like a weep hole in a water pump. It is letting you know it is time to be replaced.

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It is possibly coming from the heat exchanger. Most heaters have a copper tube style exchanger, capped at each end by plastic or metal headers. If the tubing has been subjected to any corrosive water condition such as low PH, low calcium hardness or very high cyanuric acid levels, the tubing may have deteriorated and is leaking. You may have dismantle the heater further and check for leaking.

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