No bubble out from the spa jet

Paxcou

Well-known member
Feb 10, 2020
80
NJ (shore)
I have 3 jets on the steps on one side of the pool that are usually making bubble.

The water pressure is good and I turn on what seems to regulate the spa Jets (see picture).

I have seen similar question but with the system I have I am not sure how I can apply some fix I have seen.

No bubble
Whee the air is coming from would be my first question as it could help me to find the source of the problem?

What should I do next to get back my nice little bubbles in my pool ?

Thanks !
 

ajw22

Gold Supporter
TFP Guide
Jul 21, 2013
16,025
Northern NJ
If you do not have an air blower then you should have an open pvc pipe somewhere that is the air intake for your jets. You need to locate that and see if it has been blocked by shrubs or insects or something.

Post pics of your equipment pad for us to help you look.
 

Paxcou

Well-known member
Feb 10, 2020
80
NJ (shore)
If you do not have an air blower then you should have an open pvc pipe somewhere that is the air intake for your jets. You need to locate that and see if it has been blocked by shrubs or insects or something.

Post pics of your equipment pad for us to help you look.
On the picture I took do you think the air is coming from the on/off button I can turn back and forth ? I will try to find where the air may come from. Thanks !
 

RDspaguy

In The Industry
Mar 21, 2020
582
Cabool, Mo
Some unscrew, others snap in. Those can be tricky to get out without breaking the top or the valve plunger.
Just check flow at the jets first. Those nozzles are removed for winterization and can be easily closed when reinstalled. If the flow is low or off on one it can push water back through the air line and stop the bubbles on all of them. You do not want to break the air control when all you needed was to open a nozzle.
 

Paxcou

Well-known member
Feb 10, 2020
80
NJ (shore)
Some unscrew, others snap in. Those can be tricky to get out without breaking the top or the valve plunger.
Just check flow at the jets first. Those nozzles are removed for winterization and can be easily closed when reinstalled. If the flow is low or off on one it can push water back through the air line and stop the bubbles on all of them. You do not want to break the air control when all you needed was to open a nozzle.
Thanks I have already checked this. They are also brand new as the old one where not in great condition.