It appears that one of the jets is leaking. How
of the quick ways to fix leaks at jets is by using Millaput two putty
resins mixed and worked round the outside of the defective jet.
there is a threaded nut on the back of the jet, undo the nut as much
as possible and push the jet out into the tub. Spread aquarium grade
silicone around the jet and push back into the hole, put more silicone
in front of the nut, you may have to spread it in the small area with
your finger or if you can squirt it in from the tube of silicone. If
there is no threaded ring on the backside of the jet, go to the jet in
the tub and looking down on the jet, turn it to the right. It should pop
and pull out of the housing. There will be a retaining ring that may
require a special tool to remove it, once the ring is out, clean it very
well, spread silicon on the threads and the lip. Reinstall in the hole,
reinstall jet wait 24 hours and fill and test for leaks. Take you time
and you will not have to do it over again. Check where the leak is
coming from, sometimes there is a hairline crack in the jet assembly, if
this is the case, make sure the area is dry then use a 2 part epoxy for
plastic (from lowes or home depot) and smear this all over and around
the crack, let dry 24 hours, fill and test.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
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on Sep 11, 2010