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Hot Tub Repair Guide

hot tub repair guideCaveat: Hot tub repairs should only be attempted by qualified personnel. 
CAUTION *High Voltages can cause serious injuries and death.  This information and video series is intended for qualified technicians and electricians, not for untrained persons.

Some hot tub repairs such as changing pillows, filters etc. are easy, while other like repairing a leaky jet or troubleshooting a spa pack may be more difficult.  Never attempt repairs with equipment you are not familiar with to avoid severe injury as electricity and water do not mix.

Always turn the spa off and also shut it off at the breaker when performing any type of service.

There are many online resources including these hot tub repair tips to help technicians and repair personnel service hot tubs and give examples of best troubleshooting and repair practices.

Hot Tub Repair Guide Topics

Spa Pumps
Replace a Spa Pump

Replace a Wet End

My Hot Tub Pump Leaks - Preventing hot tub pump leaks

Spa Pump Seal Replacement  

Hot Tub Equipment
Replace a Hot Tub Blower

Replacement Spa Cover

Replace a Circuit Board

Ordering Spa Filters (This article is rated E for Everyone)

Swap a Spa Pack

Hot Tub Jets - Inserts Replacement

Ozonator Replacement

Converting Plug and Play Hot Tub from 110v to 220v

Hot Tub Heater Repair Tips

Pressure Switch Troubleshooting Replacement

Balboa M7 Heater Sensor Tips

Hot Tub GFCI

Replace Hot Tub Pillows

troubleshooting spa serviceHot Tub Troubleshooting
Hot Tub FAQ

Hot Tub Plumbing and Leak Repair - PVC Fittings

Hot Tub Air Lock - Pump Won't Start

8 Spa Maintenance Tips

BathTub Pumps

Bathtub Pump Air Button Installation

Fix up a jetted bathtub

Thinking of buying a used hot tub?  Be sure you know the complete cost to repair including any labor.

Keeping hot tub water chemistry balanced helps reduce problems with seals and other hot tub equipment.

Use a biofilm cleaner at least annually to purge plumbing lines of accumulated waste particles and use minerals to help reduce the amount of bromine or chlorine in the water.

Questions?  Contact us at info@hottuboutpost.com for a lightning fast answer.

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Warning: Working on your own appliances, cars, covered wagons and hot tubs as well as anything else electrical or mechanical carries with it severe risk of injury or property damage. These tips and suggested procedures are free and for informational purposes only. Proceed at your own risk. It is best to use the services of an electrician or tech. Hot Tub Outpost is not liable for any damage or injury that may result.

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