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I have just installed a Jacuzzi Tub in my new Bathroom . I am thinking of adding Jacuzzi T632-000 Steampro 120 Instant Steam Generator as well . How do I go about it without tearing tiles and other installations in my new 100 % remodeled bathroom .

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  • Rashid Karim Mar 19, 2011

    My Jacuzzi is a Espree 6032 with an opening on left for Jacuzzi Motor & Heater . I would think

    there is enough space to install and connect SteamPro T632000 .

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I am sorry to do this install you will need to remove the tiles or lift the tub out to install the unit. There is no other way of doing it. I am a general contractor and have instilled many of these unites. You need to put it next to the pump to work right.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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    Jyackle5 Mar 19, 2011

    Most access openings on the are 1.5 ft. by 1.5ft. That does not give you the room to install and plumb to the jacuzzi. If yours is bigger you might have the room to install the unit.

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