[attachment=0:2j72fs8d]IMG_1057.JPG[/attachment:2j72fs8d][attachment=1:2j72fs8d]IMG_1056.JPG[/attachment:2j72fs8d][attachment=2:2j72fs8d]IMG_1033.JPG[/attachment:2j72fs8d]I have an inground pool that has a spa that acts like a fountain during the day when the pool is running its normal day cycle. The spa sits at an elevation thats about 2 feet above the pools waterline and has a cut edge where the water from the spa pours into the pool for the "waterfall".
When the pool pumps normal cycle is done after the day (6 hours), within 30 minutes, the spas water level gradually levels down to match the level of the pool where the spa water line is just an few inches above the spa's jets.
The person I bought the house from said the pool is not heated, but there is a heater, pump, and blower for the spa and that I can never run the spa during the normal pool operation during the day. When I turn on the spa heater and pump after the normal pool cycle, I can verify that the spa is working but the water lever of the spa is so close to the jet nozzles that the operation dosnt look right to me. Can anyone chime in on what I'm missing/doing wrong.
ADDL INFO: The pool has it's own pump & timer, and the spa has it's own pump, heater, timer as well as a blower. There are four valve knobs located at the pool equipment site labeled "Water Feature", "Pool Return", "Main Drain" and "Skimmer".