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Be sure you check with your city or town for the most up-to-date information before attempting to do your own electric installation.
Caution be sure that you have the correct Make, Model, and Model Year when referencing information on this page. The information on this page may be dated. Manufacturers do change wiring on their products as features change.
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Startup and Refilling
Before turning on the power fill your hot tub through the filter compartment with the filter removed. If the tub has a standpipe that is not hollow try removing and putting the hose down inside.
Anytime chemicals are added, run your jets for ten minutes with the cover open. Chemicals are best added in or near the filter compartment and when the water is 65 degrees or more.
Check water balance with test strips to make sure your Ph (7.2-7.8) and Alkalinity (80-120) are in the proper range and adjust accordingly.
Insert the Frog Mineral Stick into Filter Compartment. Any brand of Mineral Stick will also work.
Add One Tablespoon of Granular Spa Chlorine for Small Tubs, Two for larger tubs.
When all of the levels on your test strip are in range you are ready for a Soak.
After Each Use
Add one teaspoon of Granular Spa Chlorine per person after each use.
If the spa has not been used for more than 5 days or more, add one tablespoon of chlorine.
Use a Spa Oxidizing Shock Once or Twice a week (to eliminate soaps/oils) depending on your usage. Soaps and oils will cause cloudy and foamy water.
I recommend and use it myself. Natural Chemistry’s Spa Perfect is a more effective alternative to the oxidizing shock.
A Stain & Scale Product is recommended to prevent calcium build-up especially if your water is high in minerals.
Check your Alkalinity, pH & Chlorine using test your strips. If you want to be in the ‘Ideal’ range, adjust accordingly.
Hose off your filters from top to bottom once a month (more often depending on usage)
If you have a Vinyl type cover. Use a Spa Cover vinyl cleaner and protector on the spa cover. Fabric Covers do not require any maintenance.
Every Four Months
Drain and refill the spa using the above startup directions
Replace Spa Frog Mineral Cartridge
Thoroughly clean filters using a Filter Cleaner per directions on the bottle.
Use Natural Chemistry’s Spa Purge, following the directions on the bottle
Drain and refill the spa.