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We can presume that the basin is watertight (both out and in). The only real concern, then, is whether the boyancy of the air in the empty tank will overpower the weight of your concrete (or the mechanical connection between the concrete and the basin). If those aren't a concern, all should be fine. I imagine that the basin has edges and depressions that ...


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This would appear to be most likely a faulty pressure switch. Start there. The job of the pressure switch is to turn on when the water pressure is low, and turn off when it is high enough - this is most commonly a 20 PSI range (ie, 20-40, 30-50 or 40-60 PSI.) The pump is evidently working. The pressure gauge is evidently working unless you see some ...


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A hot tub leak can become an extremely frustrating problem, as leaks (especially small ones) are quite hard to locate. And of course, the leak isn’t getting fixed if you can’t find it. Here are some basic troubleshooting steps for how to locate your leak and repair it. Note: Not all of the materials listed will be needed. This list mostly makes up the ...



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