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Water in spa evaporate or leaks. I do not see any leaks. I fill up and in 2 days the spa is almost empty. I see no leaks. Can yu help

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if your humidity is excessively high unit wont be able to cope,try it again after hi humidity lowers

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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humidity may be very high

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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This is only normal in an environment of high humidity. My question is the condenser fan blowing over the condensate pan and is the air hot enough to evaporate the water that is in the pan? Has covers been removed on the rear of the refrigerator that may cause a different flow of air. Are all covers in there correct place and not missing panels that could change the flow of air over the pan? Let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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Posted on Jun 10, 2010

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SOURCE: Water Dripping Inside

Sounds like a blocked defrost drain. By "American" I presume you mean side-by-side.
I had a similar problem with a freezer-on-top style Samsung. The solution to that was to defrost the freezer, remove the false backing plate in the freezer (required removal of the ice cube tray. the panel just pops out with a bit of pulling). The drain hole beneath the freezer coils was blocked with ice. This drain passes down into the fridge and then out the back of the fridge into the evaporation pan next to the motor. There is a collector pan under the freezer coils, this and the drain hole were filled with ice. When the freezer goes into its self-defrost cycle the water collects here and then overflows into the fridge.
I removed the ice with hot water/vinegar mixture (so it doesn't re-freeze immediately) and simultaneosuly used a bit of chiselling with a screwdriver to clear the drain plug. I did this from inside the fridge working up the drain hole into the freezer. The whole job took about an hour.

Posted on Oct 18, 2010

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Why does my spa get depleted of water when I hit the spa button even though water flows into the spa?


If you think about it, there's only 3 ways a spa looses water. Evaporation, splashing over the side, or a leak. Evaporation takes several hours, splashing I think you would notice, so you need to be looking for a leak.
The logical area to look first would be in the filter system on it. If you find nothing there then look at other water connections till you find the leak.

May 07, 2016 | Pool & Spa

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Bucket Testing to Locate Leaks In Your Swimming Pool


<span>How To Conduct a Swimming Pool Leak Detection Using A Simple Bucket Test </span> <p><img src="Bucket.jpg" />In Arizona, you can see up a 3/4" per day loss through evaporation and it is suspected that during the course of a year, that nearly 3/4 of the pool would have been replaced due to evaporation. <br /> <p><span>Evaporation will vary greatly </span><span>depending</span><span> on a several factors; water temperature, air temperature, wind, dew points, barometric pressures and just overall changes in seasons. Also, if you heat your pool, you will also notice variations in evaporation. Because of these factors, evaporation rates can fluctuate from day to day, pool to pool, and of course, from parts of the country to others.</span><br /> <p>It is amazing how many people call in with concerns of leaks in their pool. They really are not sure <i>why</i> they are concerned but something has caught their attention and caused concern.<br /> <p>Before becoming too concerned about a leak, or spending the money on an expensive leak detection, conduct simple bucket test to determine if water loss in your swimming pool is due to a leak or is just evaporation. <br /> <p>In a nut shell, a bucket test exposes water in a bucket to the same conditions as those affecting your swimming pool. By comparing the water loss in the bucket to that in the pool, it is possible to determine if the pool is leaking or if supposed leaks are just the result of water being lost to the air.<br /> <p>Before undertaking any test, make sure your automatic water leveler is turned off!<br /> Bucket Test Procedure: <ol> <li>Bring the pool water to its normal level</li> <li>Fill an empty bucket with pool water to about one inch from the top of bucket. (By filling the bucket close to the top you are ensuring that air movement over the surface of the bucket will similar to that of the pool.)</li> <li>Place the bucket on the first or second step of the pool. To keep it from floating away it may be necessary to place a few bricks or rocks into the bucket. (By placing the bucket in the pool water you are ensuring that the water temperature of each body of water will be similar).</li> <li>Mark the water level inside the bucket with a permanent marker on the outside of the bucket.</li> <li>Mark the water level of the pool on the outside of the bucket, on the pool wall, or skimmer face plate. I recommend the bucket, because then you have something tangible to look at. </li> <li>Operate the pool for 24 hours as it had been operated when a leak was first suspected, in most cases, this will be the normal run times. </li> <li>After 24 hours, make a second mark on the bucket to indicate the level of the water in the bucket and do the same for the pool level.</li> <li>Compare the two levels. If the pool water has changed more than the inside water level, there is probably a leak. At this point, you should contact a professional leak detection agency.</li></ol> <span>You are probably wondering how this works when the body of waters are so vastly different in size. It all comes down to <i>surface area</i>. No matter how large or how small, environmental factors act the same on the surface area of the body you are testing. </span> <span><br /></span> Further Diagnosis: Establishing suspected leak locations with a "Pump on/Pump off test" <br /> <p>Comparing the results of the bucket tests with the pump on for 24 hours to the results with the pump off for 24 hours can provide additional information as to the type of leaking you may be experiencing. <br /> <p>Conduct a second bucket test with the equipment sitting idle. Do the same steps as noted above. Any leaks during this time are now called <b>static leaks.</b><br /> <p>Water loss pump on &gt; water loss pump off = suspect return plumbing leaks (Pressure side plumbing)<br /> <p><b><u>RESULT #1:</u></b> Water Loss Active <b>greater than </b> Water Loss Static <br /> <p><u>PROBABILITY:</u> Skimmer/main drain or other plumbing leaks (return lines, infloor system, aerator)\<br /> <p><b><u>RESULT #2:</u></b> Water Loss Active <b>equal to </b>Water Loss Static <br /> <p><u>PROBABILITY:</u> suspect shell, liner or fitting leaks, (non-plumbing)<br /> <p>If you have an in floor cleaning system, water feature or specialty items on your pool you should also conduct independent tests with each of these in the normal operation and compare them against other results when they are not in operation.<br /> <p>These types of tests are not 100%, but they do provide you with enough information to determine if further leak detection is necessary and to provide the leak detection company with some great information!<br /> <p><br /> <p>We hope to have been of service to you!<br /> <p>The Ugly Pool Guy, <a href="http://www.wefixuglypools.com">www.WeFixUglyPools.com</a><br />

on Dec 15, 2010 | Pool & Spa

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I have a zodiac cd ozonator fitted to a spa which is leaking. how do I find the leak and repair?


First, check your equipment area with the pump both on and off. Most hot tub leaks are at the pump seals and are caused by poor water chemistry.
If all is dry in the equipment area you have two options. The first and easiest is to add swimming pool stop leak. (Google it) You will follow the instuctions exactly with the exeption of how much of the product you will add. The typical quart of stop leak will treat 10,000 gallons. Just add the whole quart to your hot tub. The quart is only $20.00 and your spa will have to be drained after the stop leak has ran it's course.
Assuming your hot tub is fully foamed. (Other wise remove the cabinet doors and use a flash light to check the pvc fittings.) Your second option is to have a few of your friends come over to help you pick up the hot tub and set it on cinder blocks. The reason we do this is becauce it is much easier to chase a water leak from below than to try and dig out all the sides till you get lucky. Once the spa is up on cinder blocks fill it up and let it run for a day. This will give you a nice drip trail to follow.

For future post try to be a little more specific. You'll find that you'll get the answer your looking for a lot faster.


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Feb 20, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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There is a leak and we can not find it. Any solutions


This may help?
Fill spa to highest level possible.
Heat to 100 degrees or higher.
Then, with your bare hand feel throughout the bottom rim and anywhere else you are able to: see if you can feel "Warm/Hot" water. Any "Cold" water is not the area of the leak, that water has "Travelled" there. The warmer the water, the closer you are to the origin.

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Heater is leaking


Close all pool drain valves, also all return valves. This will stop any water being sucked out of pool.

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My Fridge leaks water on to the floor. water not evaporating


Do you live in a very humid environment? Do you open and close the doer repeatedly? Both of these factors contribute to the water tray getting overfilled. Also if you are in a very humid area the tray will not be able to evaporate all the water.

Check also to see that the underneath area of the fridge has been vacuumed of as much dust as possible, especially on the coils. Poor airflow caused by excessive dust will contribute to the water not evaporating as fast as it should. Be aware that the water you see comes from the FREEZER section where the cold coils are located. Try hard not to put wet things in the freezer and try to keep it closed as much as possible. In the drier months does this happen?

Sep 20, 2009 | Refrigerators

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2001 vw cabrio


You have a leak in the radiator and it's not holding coolant. The coolant is evaporating through this leak and is causing the car to overheat. It doesn't matter how much you fill the radiator it will not hold any coolant/water until the radiator is repaired. Good Luck!!!

Sep 15, 2009 | Cars & Trucks

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Water tank is suddenly filling up


look closely how the water flows from the evaporator to the tank. does it goes first to the condenser ?..or is there a heating pipe that is touching the tank in order to heat the water for it to evaporate?

here's the set up, your ac would cool and absorb moisture in the air and becomes water in the evaporator. these water is sometimes used to cool the compressor or the condenser to help it run cooler and at the same time evaporates the un-needed water . but incase the water is so much then you have the tank to keep the water from spilling. sometimes they still put some hot pipes to further heat the water to evaporate.

check those pointers that i have mention.

in some case, the air in your place just got humid and wet that is why it has too many water condensation..

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True TBB-2 Cooler issue


BY to I take it yu mean top area inside cooler. If that is the case and yu are sure the drain is clear it could possibly be one of the following.
1: rusted/ corrodid evaporator drain pan
2: coil in cooler partially frozen

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