Micro Air Jets
If there are small holes in the seat or small Micro air jets with pipes attached to them leading to a manifold system, then you just buy a Jacuzzi Air Blower Motor and a 50 mm Black “Union” and Tangit PVC weld and you can change it yourself. an Electrician might have to install it in the Jacuzzi Electrical Box.
If you are a D.I.Y. type of person, you could open the DB Box and then check where the old wires were in and then just match the colors of the wires on the new Jacuzzi Air Blower to the old ones.
PLEASE NOTE: WHENEVER YOU WORK ON YOUR JACUZZI ELECTRICAL BOX, OR ANY ELECTRICAL COMPONENT ON THE JACUZZI, SWITCH IT OFF – NOT ONLY IN THE DB BOX, BUT ALSO AT THE MAIN SUPPLY IN THE HOUSE. YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT BOMB MECHANIC / TECHNICIAN WIRED THAT DB BOX.
If there are no holes or jets in the seats and your Jacuzzi is in a Wooden Surround, its easy, you unscrew the pump system lift the Jacuzzi out. Do the installation of the air channel, and then re-install it in the box.
Installing the Jacuzzi Air Channel includes: Drilling holes in the seat and then attaching the micro jets with silicon. Once this is done the manifold system is installed. The manifold, which consists of three parts, is used to disperse the air through 10 mm pipes that are attached to each micro jet in the seat. A normal 2 manifold system, joined with a T-piece, can take up to 8 micro air jets.
If there are no holes or jets in the seats and your Jacuzzi is in a brick installation or cannot be accessed from underneath, I must warn you that this experiment could be costly, Brick work most of the time require cutting of pipes, breaking tiles, chopping cement, dismantling decks and the list goes on. Re-installing it requires that the support on the foot well should be redone from scratch.
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