How do I Fix a Whirlpool Jacuzzi?

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How do I Fix a Whirlpool Jacuzzi?
You can try solving jacuzzi problems yourself before calling for professional repairs. (spa jacuzzi image by laurent dambies from Fotolia.com)

Whirlpool jacuzzis are meant to provide a comforting bath, but like any type of electronic equipment, it is possible to encounter problems with your jacuzzi's performance. Some of these problems include the jacuzzi's motor or pump not working, the jets not moving water and the display panel becoming unresponsive. Fortunately, there are options available to you to try and solve these problems.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Check the main power cord for the jacuzzi's pump or motor and see if it is firmly plugged into an electrical socket. If it is not, firmly plug the power cord in.

  2. 2

    Check the jets. If there is hair or other debris preventing them from moving, they need to be cleaned. Grab the jets' nozzle and pull it out until it is clear of the jet housing. Hold the bearing casing and push the nozzle out from behind the casing. Remove the debris from the casing or nozzle, then place the nozzle back into the casing. Place the nozzle back into the jet housing.

  3. 3

    Adjust the jets by rotating them counter-clockwise. It is possible that they may be closed.

  4. 4

    Press the left and right air valve buttons on the control panel. It is possible that they may be closed, and pressing these opens them.

  5. 5

    Unplug the jacuzzi's main power cord if the control panel is not responsive. Wait for around fifteen seconds, then plug the jacuzzi back in.

Tips and warnings

  • Unplug the jacuzzi's or the pump/motor's main power cord before attempting any corrections to lower the risk of electrocution.

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