Jacuzzi Bathtub repair Chicago
|Originally Posted by JimmyMN Your best bet...
If you're able to contact the manufacturer of your spa/hot tub, they should be able to refer you to a service company in your area. Getting a plumber or handyman involved in the repair is not a good idea and may prove to be a costly yet unsatisfying experience.
We perform the service work on our own spa and when the motor fails to kick in, it's usually caused by a sensor. For instance, if the sensor thinks the filters are too clogged it shuts down the motor. It does the same thing if the water level is too low. A tech familiar with your jacuzzi should be able to diagnose your problem rather quickly. If you're into saving a little money and do-it-yourself is appealing, do some google searches relating to problems with your unit.
JimmyHave to agree with Jimmy. Mike does all of our repair. Our's is 10 years old, and we just ordered, and received a new top for it, which we ordered on line, for half of what the local companies were asking. If you know the manufacturer, they will be able to direct you to a local repairman.
I really don't blame the buyers for wanting it repaired before they take possession. Getting rid of it would be a problem in itself! And, in our case, we have landscaped and fenced around it, so it would just be a big empty space that would need to be redone.
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