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When we build a spa, we build with all the options and features as standard, including: • Perimeter lighting: Perimeter ‘waterline’ lighting and cascading LED-backlit waterfall(s) plus a large under water LED safety light to help users enter/exit the spa. • MP3 System: All our acrylic spas come equipped with a set of water-resistant speakers that can play music from any device with a standard (3.5mm) headphone jack. Illuminated speakers slowly rise and retract from their housing designed to make them look seamless part of the overall design of the spa. • Adjustable jets: Our spa jets are adjustable allowing you to individually...

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If your hot tub is experiencing circulation issues or is showing either dr or HH, you may have large pockets of air within your heater. This reduces the circulation of the hot tub as water isn’t allowed to properly flow through the heater and is known as an “airlock”. To fix this situation, follow the steps below. Turn off your spa breaker/electrics Remove the spa panel in front of the Control pack. Follow the plumbing leading from the Control Pack until it reaches the Motor/Pump (this is the pump that controls heating/filter cycles) Loosen the highest Union Nut – air will come out, once...

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Each one of our hot tub models comes equipped with an audio system for you to enjoy your favourite songs while you relax in the spa. These waterproof pop-up speakers are a great addition to anyone’s spa experience, and are very simple to operate. Almost everyone today has some sort of electronic media player, but with the many different models and styles available, sometimes connecting to them causes some problem.  With a Canadian Spa Hot Tub, you don’t need to worry about which model you have (iPod, mobile phone or tablet) as long as you can connect a pair of standard...

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Considerations for selecting an indoor spa location Local building codes pertaining to indoor installation of a portable spa. Adequate space for spa with accessibility for service (Clearance of 3 ft. (1m) around the spa is recommended to permit servicing the unit). Proper structural support critical. Consult a licensed professional Structural Engineer to determine if the foundation will adequately support the spa for the entire time it will be in place, especially if the spa is to be placed on a second story or higher, balcony, roof or other platform not specifically tied into the main structural support.

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There is a pipe that works as a water channel through the inflatable wall of your hot tub which is the route through the hot tub that leads to the filter housing on the control unit (see picture below). At either end of the pipe there are the relevant screw on fixings, one grey (internal inlet) and one black (external outlet). If your Hot Tub has been set up incorrectly this can cause crushing of the internal pipe which in turn will restrict the water flow to the control unit resulting in various ‘E’ error codes ranging from overheating control...

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