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The tub does not center. It is tilted towards the front right. What causes this? How do I fix it?

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  • titanthree Jul 11, 2008

    I am not able to find any adjustments on the springs. Could it be the suspension pads and or the tub pads have worn enough to cause it to tilt?




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Tub is suspended from spring mounts
springs stretch over time tub sags
remove top cover
locate spring mounts and adjust tensioning bolts tighter on sagging side

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