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    Smile Air locks

    I just cleaned and refilled hot tub (same thing for 11 years) This time the back jets did not engage after filling up. Front jets work great. Is it possible to have an airlock on half the jets? Or could there be a fuse issue? It is heating up now, and I have tried the hose in the filter and the plunger. I will have to work on it tomorrow, as it is dark out now, but any suggestions?
    Cal Spa 2100, got it approximately 2001. It is above ground on patio. Old, but it is a work-horse!

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    Re: Air locks

    Just answered my own question. Yes, you can have an airlock on only one side! I finally loosed the one valve that burped and Yippee! All jets are a go!
    Cal Spa 2100, got it approximately 2001. It is above ground on patio. Old, but it is a work-horse!

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    Re: Air locks

    Just to confirm; yes you can have air locks in a portable spa almost anywhere. The important thing is to leave the heat off until you are sure all pipes are primed so as to not damage the heating elements.

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