Question about Maax Calla 6042 Bathtub - 101058-000
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I believe the below web site can help you with your problem. The jets are more then likely just turned off.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
SOURCE: find board for maax bubble-tub
You will probably have to go to the manufacture website to find a dealer in your area that you can purchase one from. Also, you can check online as well for specific parts for your tub. If often just google the brand and model number and start clicking on links to find what I want or need. Good luck to you!
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
The air coming from the blower will be cool, but should not be cold. Turn on the blower or bubbler feature (no water necessary) and go to the access panel ( as specified by install instructions), reach in and feel the tube connected to the blower, the tube should be warm, if not the heater coil is not working and the blower assembly needs to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
http://www.maax.com/Upload/guides/fr/000_10050073_0305.pdf.......this should take care of what you need. If you have any questions just ask.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
SOURCE: no drain cut out in maax opera
It is very easy to cut the hole. It is also very easy to lose control of the drill and brutally gouge the tub. You need a strong drill and the correct size hole saw. Measure it carefully. You will only get 1 shot at this. Don't try to go too small thinking you can just make it bigger. That will not work as well as you think.
The hole saw needs to be a full circle of teeth with a center drill bit that sticks out further than the ring. You use a marker to put a dot on the tub where you want the drain to be centered. Then, you place the drill bit on the dot and slowly drill your pilot hole. When the ring of teeth make contact with the tub, they may want to skip and bounce. This will combine with your downward force to gouge big ugly chunks out of your tub.
I have scrapped many a tub by this exact procedure. You must control any and all bounce by firmly flexing your arms. You cannot allow any sudden upward or downward movements with the hole saw. You can give yourself a little more control by making the center drill bit as long as you can, but still firmly secured.
If all goes well, you will have the right size hole in the correct location. Sand or grind down the underside of your drain hole just a little. This will give your drain a flat surface to hug when you screw it together. A lumpy bottom may cause a leak. A thin bottom may crack during installation.
Take your time and you should do well. Good luck
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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