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    Jul 2015

    New here, and to hot tubs

    Hi, I'm Edward, in Broomfield Colorado. We have a small patio that we just had concrete poured to make it ready for a small hot tub. We got the tub a week ago tomorrow, and it's a Vita Amour, two seater. We only have had the opportunity to use it once so far, but have had many small problems with it so I joined this forum to try and find help and answers. Thanks

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    Re: New here, and to hot tubs

    Welcome to TFP! Congrats on the new hot tub!

    Tubs can be challenging to maintain. I have been maintaining mine according to the following method for about 18 months and we are very happy with it.
    How do I use Chlorine in my Spa (or pool)?
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    Re: New here, and to hot tubs

    Welcome to the forum!
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