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AquaSense by AquaGlass
The control & pump you have is no longer being made. (It hasn't been made for well over 5 years)
Your new system will include the following items:
· New Pump
· AirStreme Control box and topside control
You will change out everything from the old system with the new system.
The new topside panel replaces the one on the top of the bathtub and the pump will hook up to the same plumbing as the old one.
No cutting PVC pipe to get this installed.
US Parts Center
on May 01, 2014
Aqua Glass whirlpool, Indulgence collection, pump turns on and works briefly, then jets stop.
First of all, what you have is a WOW pump that has an E-switch for a control.
There is a knob on the top lip of your tub that you turn a 1/4 turn to turn this pump on/off.
There is a small circuit board inside the box on top of the motor. This is likely the source of your problem.
Here is your biggest problem. That little circuit board is not made anymore. We have the e-switch but you will be better off changing out the pump (which you have to do anyway) with a new WOW pump with an air switch and change the switch on the top lip of the tub to an air button which will turn the pump on/off.
US Parts Center
on Apr 13, 2014
I have an Aquaglass unit
if your in the north east you would call masco bath at Phone: 856-235-7700
in the midwest you would call Phone: 810-664-8501
in the south Phone: 731-632-0911
and in the west Phone: 800-632-0911 this is the manufacturer and they would be able to provide you with a wiring diagram for your control if you have any further questions message me back Thanks again Rick
on Jan 21, 2011
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on Sep 05, 2010
There is a 4-inch long and 2-inch wide hole in the
This going to be a 3 part solution. You can find all the materials you need a a Boat Supply Store or online. For the first step you will need all purpose filler such as FORMULA 27 ALL PURPOSE FILLER. It comes with hardener, Make sure the area you are working in is well ventilated. Follow the directions and fill inn your hole making sure to not allow it to stick out. Next you will need a Fiberglass repair kit. A kit is the best way to go since it will include everything you need. Again, good ventilation and follow the mixing instructions. You will need sandpaper, medium, fine and super fine (600 grit). If you build iu up to much you can and will need to sand it down. It will not be perfect but you can feather it into the existing area around the hole. Once this cures (hardens) you will be ready to go. The last step is cosmetic, gel coat, this is the shiny surface with the color in it. This step is up to you. It is not needed and can be difficult to match the color.
on Mar 25, 2010
My tub surrounding is about a half a inch wide
You may want to try to find some thin ceramic tile beading and gluing it in place and caulking the remaining gap. Use a waterproof construction glue. This is most likely to be something you customize to fit. Often you can rent a ceramic wet saw and cut tiling to fit the need. Use proper safety gear, and be particularly careful if ripping thin pieces less you gain the nickname stubby.
on Mar 23, 2010
Jets don't work in the jetted tub.
First the obvious, most are electrically connected to a ground fault device, ether an outlet or a breaker. BEFORE ADDING WATER, check these out to make sure they are not tripped. Most all tubs have a minimum water level which must be reached before the jets will operate. This is usually a piece of trim located above the depth of the jets. Make sure the tub is filled to cover this part. If you cant identify the water level device fill the tub so that all the jets are covered by an inch or 2. Some tubs have push button switches or touch pads to control the motor, some have touch sensitive trim. There may be some sort of medallion from the maker on the tub, simply touching it will start the tub. Once you get it going most tubs have a built in timer that turns off the pump in 15 - 20 minutes. For more tub time just hit the switch again but keep in mind that extended exposure in a hot tub can mess with your blood pressure and cause you to loose balance or pass out, hence the 20 minute timer.
on Mar 23, 2010
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