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SERVICE TIP #2

Cleaning Clogged Spa Jets

In cases where large pieces of debris have clogged spa jets(rust, o-rings, broken bypass valves, etc..) and cannot be removed by reaming out jets, try this method. Cut out circulation pump and attach suction side of pump to line returning to spa jets. By doing this you reverse the flow of water and suck through the jets. It is not necessary to glue pump to return line. Just use silicone for a temporary seal. When this is done, turn on pump and debris will be sucked into leaf trap. After all debris has been removed from jets reattach pump. This has worked for me many times, so give it a try!

This service tip was submitted by:
Tony Nicolini
pkoler1@ix.netcom.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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