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Side wall bubbled out

Everything was fine then part of wall bubbled out. I checked pressure and it is on low side of green. Somebody might have sat on it. Any ideas how to fix without emptying spa?

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SOURCE: My index portable hot tub wall bubbled out .Not sure if someone sat on it. Any idea how to get it back without emptying and starting over? Will it damage spa if I use it?

Bubbled out?
Possibly some of internal "stitching" the lines you see on the side were torn on the inside and the wall may be failing.
This is an inflatable spa?

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My index portable hot tub wall bubbled out .Not sure if someone sat on it. Any idea how to get it back without emptying and starting over? Will it damage spa if I use it?


Bubbled out?
Possibly some of internal "stitching" the lines you see on the side were torn on the inside and the wall may be failing.
This is an inflatable spa?

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You will need a charging hose with a gauge, and a can or three of R134a refrigerant. Wear eye protection and handle with care.
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