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    How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    I have a few that don't spin properly under load. Tried to turn it left as hard as I can and not seeing it comes loose. Not a lot of room to grab it with the pool surface digging into my hands. Anyone know how to remove these so I can purchase new ones?

    Here is the picture I took off my phone.

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    Re: How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    It depends on the brand of the spa, some screw in, others are glued in (particularly on cheaper brands)
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    Re: How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    Not sure how to tell who the manufacturer is. I want to say must be Polaris or Jandy since everything in my pool had been mainly that with the exception of the lights were Pentair.

    I know they can be turned left to open the jet fully and right to turn them off. That's the only movement by turning that ribbed ring on the outside.

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    Re: How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    White Waterway 3-1/2 Deluxe Poly Roto Jet Internal | SpaDepot.com More than likely they are Waterway jets. You may need to use a strap wrench to loosen. If you go to there website they may have more info on removing.

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    Re: How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    I believe you turn it counter-clockwise to the stop, then another quarter turn or so past the stop to remove it.

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    Re: How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    Thanks, I definitely have two of the pulsator (216-6070) and two of the adjustable rotors (210-6090), and also got two more of these other types that I don't see listed here, but it has like 7 holes in there (Massage one, I think its a 210-6700 according to the site).

    But regardless it mentions we need this special Poly Wrench 218-1770, so probably need to look for that to pop one of these out and get replacements.

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    Re: How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    Then again that PDF is also somewhat confusing, cause step8 talks about the wrench, but step9 says if you have deluxe series you just hand tighten it. Then on that same page, it seems I have the deluxe series since all mine look exactly like those, with the scallops on the bezel, where the standard internal is just flat looking at the picture. I basically have two of the 210-6070 pulsators, two of the 210-6090 adjustable rotos, and two of the 210-6700 adjustable massage. The rotos got issues, don't really spin anymore. Few of my massage ones get jammed but putting your finger in there to move the ball behind it gets it going again.

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    Re: How do I remove these jets from the Spa?

    You are correct you do not need the tool for your internals. Earlier I suggested a strap wrench, strap wrench home depot - Google Search

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