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NOTE: This article is for our hardwired spas (non plug and play) If you notice that your RCD is tripping and shutting down your hot tub then your spa may have a faulty component (usually a heater). This can occur as soon as you attempt to turn on the breaker or during the spa’s Pr cycle. The first step you will need to do is ensure that your electrical line is adequate by calling in your electrician to test your line. This will rule out any electrical installation problems and guarantee that the power supply for your spa is correct. If your...

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Proper water treatment is essential to keeping your spa running smoothly, and this requires you to check your chemical level son a regular basis. The three most important chemicals to monitor are the chlorine, pH level, and the alkalinity level. All three of these need to be added regularly and in a specific order for you to maximize their potential. Be sure to balance them in this order: Alkalinity pH Level Chlorine Depending on the size of your spa you will need to add a certain amount of each chemical to properly balance. Check out this article to determine how to find...

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Changing the water in your spa is a simple task that requires very little labour due to the intuitive drain valve located at the bottom of your spa. This valve has a straightforward locking mechanism that stops the water from flowing out while you attach a garden hose to the cap. Here are the steps to operate your valve: With the valve extended, unscrew the cap from the middle of the valve Screw in the male end of the garden hose to the valve and run the hose to your drain location When ready, push the valve back in and...

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Changing the water in your spa is a simple task that requires very little labour due to the intuitive drain valve located at the bottom of your spa. This valve has a straightforward locking mechanism that stops the water from flowing out while you attach a garden hose to the cap. Here are the steps to operate your valve: With the valve extended, unscrew the cap from the middle of the valve Screw in the male end of the garden hose to the valve and run the hose to your drain location When ready, push the valve back in and...

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Unlike most of the competition, our covers are built to standard sizes from 80”x80” to 96”x96” which allow us to stock them instead of having them ordered. This means that the time it takes for your cover to be delivered is minimal, and we will have it delivered within 3 to 4 working days if ordered before 12pm. This service comes with every cover order, and we can deliver it to anywhere within the UK for that time period.

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