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I have a inground pool, It seems there is a leak somwhere in the jacuzzi jets. I real don't use the jacuzzi part that often. Is there a way to cap off the jet holes. rather thatn going through the expensive of fixing.

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Currently there is not a solution for capping off the jets in a jetted tub.

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

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