Question about Dream Maker Spas Dream Maker Ez Spa Hot Tub
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Fantasy has a drain located in the toekick of the spa. You have to first remove the drain cap, attach a hose if you wish, spin the outer black ring counter clockwise to start the water flow, then pull the outer ring out away from the tub to increase the drain to full flow.
I understand that a screw driver is often needed to pull the outer ring out to achieve full flow. Therefore, I suggest another method. Take a garden hose and place it in front of the jet while the spa jets are on. This will force water flow thru the hose and prime the hose. Once you see water running from the other end of the hose, drop the hose in front of the spa jet into the footwell and as long as the loose end is lower than the end in the footwell, a siphon will drain the spa as fast as the spa drain will. Remember to turn off electric to the spa once you have established a siphon. You may have to bucket the last bit of water in the footwell. Goodluck.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
Thats the problem with Dreammaker tubs, access can be a pain and theres no easy way of getting to the pipes.
I would usually gain acces from the underside which ensures that any holes that need to be made to gain access wont be visible in the future.
Good luck locating the leak.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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