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If your hot tub water has all drained then you need to look for a leak obviously.
Start in the cabinet area where there are unions attaching the pump and the electronics. Sometimes those will vibrate loose and will begin to leak.
If all the unions are tight and you see no water then you need to start to look elsewhere around the tub for water leaks. It could be a broken manifold in the plumbing or a jet body.

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Mar 17, 2014


Here is a link to a site that sells jetted tub cleaners.

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Any of these cleaners work very well at removing the smell from a jetted tub and the bacteria in the pipes as well.

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Mar 17, 2014


There is a cap on the top of square knobs that you have to pry off with a tiny thin blade. Under that cap is a screw that will allow you to remove the knob.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Mar 15, 2014


What kind of switch are you referring to?

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Feb 26, 2014


The air button is located on the top lip of the bathtub or just below the top lip on the sidewall.
It is held in place by a nut that is threaded up the length of the air button body.
In order to change the air button you will need access to the underside of that air button so the nut can be unthreaded off the button body.

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Feb 26, 2014


The problem you are experiencing tells me that the air switch in the motor most likely the problem.
This is a latching air switch that operates when the button on the side of the tub is pushed.
The replacement TBS-339 air switch is around $21

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


Check the connections of the light bulb and any connecting wires. Short of this you may have a faulty transformer.

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


What are you taking apart to clean?
What is the nature of the cleaning you are trying to do?

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


What is the nature of your question?

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


What brand and model of skimmer do you have?

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


FL is a "flow" issue. Check the filter to make sure it is clean. Start by removing it from the tub and see if that solves the error. The next item to check is the gate valves to make sure they are open all the way. There are usually one on either side of the pump and control box.

Rod
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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


This sounds to me like one or both of the sensors on your spa may be bad and need replacing.
There are two sensors in each hot tub. One for the temperature of the water and a high limit to prevent the water from going over 112 degrees.
If one of these is bad then the sensor will not read the correct water temperature.

Rod
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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


When you installed the new jet, did you install a new gasket on the wall fitting or use 100% RTF type silicone?
In order to seal a wall fitting that is cracked an leaking, the replacement must have either the gasket or silicone to seal the wall fitting against the wall of the tub or it will leak when filled with water.
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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


While the brand of the tub may be of importance to you it may not be important when finding parts for it.
Bath tub manufacturers do not make anything that goes into their tubs i,e. the jets, pumps and controls are all purchased from various Mfg.
Are you have any particular problems with either unit that would make you need the brand of either?

Rod
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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jan 16, 2014


The hose under your tub attaches to the bottom of the air button and to the air switch located on the back of the pump or on the box on top of the pump.

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Dec 05, 2013


Drain plugs on bathtubs are generic in size. Jacuzzi does not make them. They are made by other Mfg and installed by your local plumber when the tub is installed.

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Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Dec 05, 2013

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