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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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The CRS2 Top mount cover lifter works by using a locking hydraulic shock to lift the cover off of the spa and into an upright position. When you wish to close it down you will need to be sure that you press the orange locking button to release the lift, otherwise the lifter won’t close properly and can be damaged. Furthermore by using the cover lifter incorrectly you risk personal damage as the hydraulic lift is very powerful and can cause injury. Press this button to unlock the lifter and close your spa properly Improper use of the cover lifter is not...

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If you have purchased a CRS1 bottom mount cover lifter, be sure to exactly follow the steps outlined in the instruction manual, as improper installation could damage your cover lifter. The following graphic indicates the step that you should take extra care with when assembling the lifter. Be sure that the top support bars are oriented correctly, and that the long end of the right angled piece lays ACROSS the top of the spa instead of down it. If this piece isn't oriented correctly the lift won't sit in the crease of the spa cover

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Your spa cover is one of the most important parts of your spa that helps to keep your temperature high, and therefore you should take care of it as much as you can. By using a proper cover lifter, you can ensure that your cover is operated properly and safely. Cover lifters are typically installed onto the side of the spa by drilling them into the cabinet panels. Some cover lifters offer a “under mount bracket” that sits underneath the spa to prevent damage to the panels. Under mount bracket used for cover lifters These may appear to be a good alternative to...

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