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Thread: how do you stop a leak??
11-29-2010, 03:35 PM #1
Heres the storey. have replaced all the seals/gaskets and have no leaks from the pluming antwhere. This is a baja spa. I almost am wondering if there is a leakin the tub itself. There is nothing obvious. Im thinking maybe under where the air blower sends the bubbles on the bottom of the tub.Its eal cold here so to much messing with it is out of the question. I lose almost halh the water in only 4 days, but cant even see wet on the pad it sits on. Any advise?Is there a liquid sealer that I can put in and have it fill where ever the crack may be as the water flows out??
I am at my whits end with this
11-30-2010, 11:49 AM #2
It very well may be in a leak somewhere in the plumbing to the jets or air injectors. Does it always drain to the same spot and then stop leaking? If so it is probably one of the jets that is at that level. You should see signs of water on one side of the spa unless it's freezing and you have ice and or snow and can't tell. There is a product that is called "Fix a leak" that is made for very small leaks. It may work but you will probably need to replace the broken part that is leaking when weather permits. Most spa are foam filled and in the area that is leaking it will be saturated.
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