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Question DetailsAsked on 10/7/2011

Trying to find someone to fix leak in jetted tub. Most plumbers not interested, and pool & spa places won't work on bathroom tubs. ideas?

This is in Champaign, IL. The tub brand is not visible either on the tub or via the wall access point, though can see "swirlbath series.." on one tag. Leak is in one of the circulation (I think) pipes and is a slow leak. Previous owner of the house just put a pan under the leak to catch the water as it is a slow drip....unless it is a long bath, in which case it leaks into kitchen below. Nice of them not to mention that!
As mentioned above, a couple plumbers came to look and said they could not work on it since these tubs all have custom size pipes, etc. Also called a jacuzzi and pool shop, but they said they don't work on installed bathtubs. Anyone have any thoughts?

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You might want to try treating it like an appliance and call someone that works on dishwashers, stoves ect. Another avenue are marble/granite installers. Somethimes they have guys that work on pumps and jetted tubs. Hope this helps!

Answered 7 years ago by amstelplumbing




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