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How do you repair a leak in a jacuzzi espree 6060 where the jet meets the tub

Leaking at the point where the jet meets the tub

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Joe Hogan

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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

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Fred

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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

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Anonymous

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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

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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

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Anonymous

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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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Leaking at jet to tub connection


You can fix that with a small amount of "plumber's putty". You have to remove the jet from the tub first, then smear the plumber's putty around the junction where the two meet each other, then reassemble.

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Replacing jet


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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All the plumbing on these items are accessed from the outside. You will have to remove the siding/skirt. Dont just cut a hole in it. Plan this out so that you can cover it with trim. You may end up making a large slice in the siding.

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I have a jacuzzi espree 536 model U640. The jets would not shut if with the switch. I unplugged the unit and now it will not turn on


When a jetted tub will not turn off it is usually because the air switch in the motor has quit functioning.
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Leaking jacuzzi jet


The workings of a bath jet...From the inside of the Bath there is a wall fitting that threads from the inside of the tub into the jet body located on the outside wall of the tub.
If the jet is leaking at this point behind the tub then you should take the wall fitting out of the tub and put a small bead of 100% RTV silicone around the flange of the wall fitting and reinstall it.
If however, the leak is from the PVC piping going into the jet then you will need to replace the jet.

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I have a jacuzzi tub in my master bath, and it has started surging through the jets in about an 8 second interval. Also I have started noticing a little bit of water leaking from under the side of the tub....


Surging is caused when the pump doesn't have enough water to push to the jets. this is usually a problem caused by air being drawn into the suction of the pump.
take a look at the jet(s) facing the suction cover.
I have seen cases where the water with the air mixed in causing bubbles gets sucked into the suction of the tub and causes the surging because the pump is pulling in too much air.
try rotating the nozzle of the jet facing the suction away from it. point it another way. turn the air control knob closed and see if that is the problem.
the only other issue that could cause this 'surging' problem is a leak in the suction line and could be the source of the water you see under the tub.

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if you have a water stain on the ceiling below your tub then you have a water leak. There is no easy solution for this. You must get to the underside of the tub in order to watch the jets when the tub is full of water to isolate the leak and then have it repaired by a plumber.

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Hi, I am wanting to download and print out the installation manual for: Jacuzzi 60'L x 32"W x 22"H Espree 1-Person Hourglass Whirlpool Tub. I want to read this before I purchase this tub. ...


Hi Pat,

The installation manual should be available on this webpage but there seems to be a broken link when you try to download:

http://www.jacuzzi.com/baths/options/models/espree-6032#

You can e-mail Jacuzzi from the webpage and they should send the pdf install document out to you.

Hope this helps!

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Hello. yes you can replace the switch. All of the parts come with instructions. plus you can call the jacuzzi repair technician directly and have him/her talk you through the procedure at 866-905-2289. here is the owner manual in case you don't have one

http://www.guillens.com/jacuzzi/images/ESPREE.PDF

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either one of ur hoses has come off or is stopped up get to the sides and see if one has come off

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