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Has anyone had problems with Lay Z Spa pumps?

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Lots of people have had issues with them. I'm afraid that they don't last particularly long. The Lay Z Spa's are built to a price.

I have delivered a new acrylic spa to someone today who previously had a Lay Z Spa, he had owned it for about 14 months and was already on his second pump unit.

Posted on Apr 28, 2017

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