Hot tub $1,000 OBO

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  1. kenr74

    kenr74
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    I'm moving soon and decided to sell this instead of taking it with me. This is too big for just me so I'm going to replace it once I move with a smaller unit.

    The pump and heater work great but I can't figure out how to turn the bubbles on/off.

    I'm already packing stuff so I don't need any trades right now.

    Price is OBO but I'd like to have it gone before February.

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  2. rsmccsman

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    What part of Oregon? Do you have a make or model number? What is the age of unit? Are you original owner? Does it plug into 110? or does it require special electrical hookup?
     
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    The controls look like it is air operated. One for the light, one for the jets, and one for the blower which creates the bubbles. It may be disconected or may be some sort of blockage preventing it from actuating the control unit. Try tracing the hoses and blowing through each of them to see if you have enough air flow to actuate the control:thumbup:
     
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    I actually don't know much about it. It is made my Horizon and I'm the second owner. I'm guessing it is 10-12 years old based on what I was told when I bought it.

    It is 220 so you do need to have it wired. I wired my house but you do have to have it inspected.

    I'm in McMinnville.


    It does have air actuated controls. I pulled the light and blower hose and blew in them. Didn't make a difference so I'm not sure if they are just not working or if I just don't generate enough pressure. I'll open up the panel and check for a blockage when I have some day light.
     
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    Bump.

    Might do a part trade for a small semi auto 9mm.
     
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    Moving next weekend. Open to offers so I don't have to move this beast into storage.
     
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