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www.reference.com/article/move-hot-tub-e3df5ba00e0b8d3b

Although the task of moving a hot tub is best left to expert movers, the job can be done with the help of several strong individuals to do the heavy lifting and a few tools to make moving the tub relatively easier. A hot tub can weigh anywhere between 1,200 to 1,500 lb...

www.reference.com/article/common-problems-coleman-furnaces-a24053689d17c8da

Common problems with Coleman furnaces include issues with the pilot light, insufficient heat and difficulties starting. Some of these problems can be avoided with proper furnace maintenance.

www.reference.com/article/remove-hot-tub-6e13441bb72dd5f4

Read through the instruction manual, unplug and remove all wiring, take apart the tub skirt, drain the water, and remove the tub. If discarding the spa, cut the tub apart. Otherwise, seek help with rolling the tub away.

www.reference.com/article/clean-hot-tub-6b761008e1c155d

Clean a hot tub by removing the filter and adding a biofilm line-flush product. After the product circulates, drain the tub with a submersible pump, wipe it with vinegar, and refill the tub with fresh water. Install a new filter and chemicals, adjusting as necessary.

www.reference.com/article/hot-tub-buy-b00c763a577d2564

In a 2013 Readers' Choice List compiled by Lisa Hallett Taylor for About, Coast Spas was named as the best brand of hot tubs to buy. Runners-up included Bullfrog Spas and Hot Springs Spas. The brands were rated on factors such as design, style, company reputation, avail...

www.reference.com/article/wire-hot-tub-f3d30dd0ad2603bb

To wire a hot tub, contact a local inspector, inspect the service panel, run the wiring, connect the hot and neutral wires, wire the disconnect box and connect the hot tub wiring. Have your work inspected by a licensed electrician before turning on the hot tub.

www.reference.com/article/control-temperature-hot-tub-809e201fe3b221df

A hot tub has a control panel with which the temperature is set to the desirable level. A good system has a panel that shows both the actual temperature and a setting temperature, which should be easy to read and set even in poor lighting.