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Inground gunite spa jet broken

Posted by jkp1 (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 23, 10 at 21:06

Is there a easy way to fix a broken threaded pipe part that the hex jet attaches to. Like and adapter or jet that mounts directly to the wall. Thanks in advance.


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RE: Inground gunite spa jet broken

Do you have any pictures of the nozzle? I have some methods of repairing these.


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RE: Inground gunite spa jet broken

Well you can buy a new one, there are some sites wherein you can purchase the spa jet part that you need for fixing it is just like buying a new one

Here is a link that might be useful: spa jets


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is there a way to report this spammer? Every post is a lame link to his site.


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I agree with you nypoolnovice. He needs to be barred from this website.


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Just report them at Member services and they disappear.


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RE: Inground gunite spa jet broken

Sorry to post here, but my situation is slightly unique. My inground gunite pool/spa is at plaster phase (in other words, all the tee assembly installed for the spa are already under gunite). Plumber who did the work has ran away with the money (and I have no way of trcing him out because all the contact numbers/info are no longer worker/valid). I need to figure out what kind of spa jet I will be needing to complete the project. All I can see in gunite is PVC stub outs. one of them was broken by accident during tiling process (picture shown ) , Can any of you help me out what kind of spa jet I needed to buy. I called waterway (presuming that most common jets are from them) and per them spa jet depends of what kind of tee assembly is installed. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.


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RE: Inground gunite spa jet broken

one of the closure look at the tee assembly stub out.


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