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I've also got this problem. Tub is only two yrs old. I had one repair person (there for a different reason) tell me that it was a chemistry problem, which I don't buy. In any case, the dealer that I bought from has gone out of business, making the process even more difficult. At this point I might just be happy finding a source for buying new parts. I only need the nozzle piece that plugs into the jet hole, to which the head snaps on. Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated. Please e-mail email@example.com
: We bought a higher end cal spa and have had the same problem. All the
: jets have come apart and where I bought the hot tub doesn't want to
: honor the jet replacement. They are a mess and I'm looking for jets
: at a reasonable price. Let me know what solution you came up with.
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