Third, something could be clogging up the pump impeller, especially if a spa cover is not used, and lots of small debris has entered the hot tub. Fourth, an air leak, before the pump can cause this issue. Check the union in front of the pump, and look for any water leaks when the pump shuts off.
Loosen but do not remove one of the plumbing unions on your pump until you see just a little water and listen for escaping air. If you hear air escaping, you have released the airlock. Tighten the union and retry your jets to see if they will work. If not, go to number 3.
Why are my hot tub jets not working?! It's a common spa question that we get asked all the time. One day you'll get in the spa and notice the hot tub jets don't feel .
Air locks are a relatively common problem in hot tubs, but they are simple to fix in most brands of hot tub. They occur when the water level drops too low or after a .
Just filled my hot tub after being down for the summer, and the pump will not work
(Circulation pumps are generally 1 speed pumps designed for 24 hours continuous low flow.) If you find your spa pump (or pumps) not working, there are some .