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Thread: Water in the air intake pipe for spa jets in my pool

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    Water in the air intake pipe for spa jets in my pool

    Hi,

    My spa jets in my pool are not bubbling. The air intake pipe has water in it. How can I get it out?

    I have tried sucking it out using a gadget that they use to get water out of the bottom of boats, but the amount of water does not seem to be becoming less. Is there a trick?

    After paying $90 to discover that all I needed to do was prime the pump and previously payed $70 just to change a washer, I decided to join this forum.

    Thanks,
    Anna
    22,000 litre , salt water chlorinated, fibreglass in ground pool with cartridge filter.

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    Re: Water in the air intake pipe for spa jets in my pool

    Those types of jets usually rely on the venturi effect to pull in air. It might be due to insufficient water flow or debris in the fittings or a damaged or misconfigured fitting or a missing part.

    Sometimes blowing into the air line can help.

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