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Your TYPICAL Jacuzzi switch is a FAIRLY SENSATIVE
air-pressure activated button... (common trouble
(in my opinion)).
Quite A POPULAR REPLACEMENT item...
Put up your MODEL of tub on the internet to see
where your parts might be... or get your original parts list
I would look to eBay (and AMAZON) ...
first before going straight to
Go to Bing homepage
Amazon com jacuzzi air switch Automotive
Hope I am helping...
Carnac the Magnificent
Posted on Jul 27, 2017
The switch is defective
Posted on Jul 27, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Each Jet will have an adjustment many times right on the jet nozzle. Carefully try to rotate them counter clockwise to open up the jet. This assumes you can here the motor running.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Heater operates seperate from pumps. Do the pumps come on? Pressure/flow switch turns on heater, so if the pumps work, there is an issue with the heater element, the flow switch will usually prevent the spa from running at all and there will be an error code on the control panel.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
SOURCE: Faucet placement on Jacuzzi 6036
If there is room most definitely you can place the faucets on the tub itself. You can mount them on the left rear. However be very careful drilling the holes and make sure you have it aligned correctly before drilling. Check underneath to make sure there is enough room for clearance and hook up. Here is what it will look like.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
I had this same problem. I looked at the motor, and on one end (the end opposite where the water comes out) there is a hole in the middle. In that hole is a regular screw tip, which can be used to turn the motor. I filled the tub, inserted a slotted regular screwdriver and turned it about 8 times clockwise, then 8 times counterclockwise. You should see the whole motor turn. Doing this loosened it up, and then it started.
Once it started, all kinds or residue came out, which was probably why it had stopped working. I hadn't used it for a while.
After getting it running I'm going to run some cleaning solution through it, and make sure I run it more often to prevent this in the future.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
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