How to Fix Hot Tub Jets?

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When you want to fix a hot tube jet first, look at the power and circuit breaker to find out if the problem might be coming from a blown fuse. If the fuse is blown replace it and if it keeps on blowing then you might have a wiring problem. Examine the heater element if the GFCI keeps tripping and look for corrosion, burns and pinholes. A heater element that's damaged will short out due to water intrusion, causing the GFCI to trip and should this be the problem, the heater element will need to be replaced.
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