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Thread: Trying to get leak found and repaired

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    Join Date
    Oct 2015
    Pueblo, Colorado

    Trying to get leak found and repaired

    A year ago I got our spa going with some help from a local spa tech. After the major problems were dealt with we starting using the spa through the cold season. However, there was still a leak to be fixed. After topping off the water level, it would take 10-14 days to reach the lower operational level. The floor around the spa remained wet and when the spa was turned off, the floor would dry up and I did not observe leakage. I turned off the spa for the summer and would like to find and fix the leak and put it into operation again. Is this a proper forum to log what I'm doing and ask for some advice?
    Marquis Spa. 1998 Reward. 320 gallon. Filter turnover rate: 64 times daily.
    Just repaired and put into service after sitting idle for years.
    Researching TFP dichlor-then-bleach vs. Nature 2 mineral / MPS

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    Join Date
    Nov 2015

    Re: Trying to get leak found and repaired

    If you haven't been able to find it yet then you might get some dye for the water to make it more visible and lead you to the leak.
    Hot Springs Sovereign (1999?)

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