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Three button control panel for jacuzzi tub

How do I take off the panel inside the tub? Does it pull off or unscrew?

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  • Mia Mcsvi Apr 30, 2012

    The center button is so amazingly hard to depress and it is very slow to return.
    There is no way to unscrew the button from the underside of the tub, so my questions is how do I remove the panel from the tub side? Do I pull on it, hoping it doesn't break or is there something that unscrews? Thanks, for any help.

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Pull off all three knobs and then the plastic graphic rings and you will find 2 screws under each. After removing the screws the whole plate can pop off. If your problem is anything like mine, your air pump is full of water and needs to be replaced. After removing all the screws you can carefully pry it up with a thin tool, it is most likely caulked to the tub. You can find replacement parts and names for it here:

http://www.guillens.com/index.jsp?path=product&part=124772&ds=dept&process=search&text=JAC%20%20G107XXX

Hope that helps

Posted on Oct 09, 2012

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    Karl Wulff Mar 29, 2014

    Perfect answer. Easy job once you know how. Saved me a bundle. Thanks!

  • carrizosat Dec 07, 2014

    Hey Craigen. I have water leaking at the control knob which should only be air right? If water is making its way to the control knobs where is it coming from?

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Great information and I just had the same issue... after removing and testing switch, I removed the access to find the power source. NO POWER!!! Went to the fuse box and found out there was a GFCI switch in the laundry room (clear across the house) that controlled the Jacuzzi tub and an clothes iron outlet. Voila! Power and all works. May want to check power early on before dismantling anything.

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