Signs of a leaking hot tub

Hot Tub Leak

It's essential to address the issue promptly
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**always cut power to hot tub when opening sides

Perform a Water Test: Fill the hot tub with water to the normal operating level and mark the waterline with a pencil or tape. Turn off the power to the hot tub and let it sit for several hours or overnight. Afterward, check the water level to see if it has dropped significantly. A noticeable drop in water level indicates a leak.

Perform a Visual Inspection: Start by visually inspecting the entire hot tub, including the shell, cabinet, equipment compartment, and surrounding area. Look for any obvious signs of water leakage, such as puddles, damp spots, or water stains.

Check the Equipment Compartment: Inspect the pump, heater, filter, and other components in the equipment compartment for signs of leaks, including dripping water, moisture, or corrosion. Pay close attention to any connections, seals, or fittings that may be loose or damaged.

Inspect the Shell and Skirt: Examine the hot tub shell and skirt for cracks, chips, or damage that could be causing water to leak out. Check the area around the jets, fittings, and drains, as these are common areas for leaks to occur.

Check Seals and Gaskets: Inspect the seals, gaskets, and O-rings around jets, fittings, valves, and other components for signs of wear, deterioration, or damage.

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