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mark hitsman wrote at 2009-10-30 18:40:54
use a product called plast-aid i use it on my pipes and it sticks real well but ya need to do both sides but i think it will work it 19 dollars from spa depot later mark


dreammaker leak wrote at 2012-06-21 01:12:14
I have the same problem and have tried many things with no success.  Write me if you would like to compare notes.



dmiller at usa dot  com


burt wrote at 2012-12-17 15:56:22
I fixed a small hole in mine by drilling to 1/4 diameter and putting a carriage head bolt in with a flat washer compressing a flat faucette washer on the back side like the jets are instlled  used stainless bolt washer and aircraft nut from lowes




wish2fish wrote at 2015-04-15 14:39:45
I realize this is older question but I also have a DreamMaker Spa.  I have confirmed from the company that the shell is made of Polyethylene not Polypropylene.  Just wanted to clarify that.  You need the right materials to repair.


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I can answer most any portable hot tub question. I specialize in electrical questions and I am most familiar with spas that were manufactured by NEMCO, Regency, Hydro Spa, Gulfcoast Spas, Leisure Bay, and Premium Leisure. I have been servicing spas for over 20 years and can answer technical questions for most major spa control systems such as Balboa, Hydro Quip and Gecko. If I am unavailable to answer your question here, you can check out my websites at http://sparepair.freeservers.com if you need troubleshooting help or if you need spa parts go to either http://spaparts.freeservers.com or http://hottub-parts.net

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