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Leaking at the point where the jet meets the tub
Posted by Anonymous on
The only product I know of which will do what you ask is an item called Plast-Aid Acrylic and PVC repair kit. Google it and you will find the website. It is about $20. and it works like a charm. good luck
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Sorry, the tub will have to pulled out to find out what is leaking so it can be fixed. There is just no other way UNLESS you can open up the wall on the blind side of the tube. (but its probably and exterior wall...if the house is vinyl sided, it can be done. If brick, you'll have to pull the tub). If you just wanted to convert to a tub only, maybe Bathfitters has an insert solution...
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
one 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 hope this helps
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
you can use a scissor cutter or a utility knife and make a nice square cut in the hose. After replacing the nut, hopefully you can find one, you can get a pvc coupling, the hose is the same size as pvc pipe, and use pvc glue to reattach the 2 ends back together. Use Oatey Rain-N-Shine glue....it is in a light blue can and the actual color of the glue is blue.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks, but due to space constraints n the amout of hose attaxhed (3) I will try to use the existing nut by wrapping with a hose clamp to keeping it "
when you changed the heater did you make sure you also changed out the temp sensor cause most of the time calciun builds up an is the reason for both the heater an sensor to fail calcium is ok at temps above 93.6 degrees but as soon as the temp drops below this point it will come out of solution an start to harden on the element an sensor.Always make sure to that you are getting power from the spa pack to the heater check for voltage at the main leads on the heater just because it says its on does not always mean you are getting power to the heater.Always remember with spas the problem lies where the power dies.sometimes it can even be your main top side controls they can go bad an indicate the heat is on but will not relay that to the heater.make sure you got the correct kilowatt heater also an that you have the correct one in terms of 240v or 110v also from the thousands of heaters i have replaced in spas over the years i always check to see if i am getting the correct omhs reading before i install them should be around 8-10 for a 110 an 12-13 for a 240
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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