Hot tub problems often involve water that is cloudy or algae-ridden, or that has a musty or chlorine-like smell. Cleaning the filter often solves problems with cloudy water and may also help with water pressure issues. Shocking the spa with sanitizer removes most odor p...
Two important factors to check when troubleshooting a water heater are that it has power and that it has adequate water flow. Because of the combination of power and water in these devices, it is important to ensure that care is taken at every stage of the troubleshooti...
In order to troubleshoot a hot water heater leak, the specific location of the leak must be found. Some common locations of leaks are the pipes that carry water in and out of the water heater, the temperature or pressure relief valves, the tank itself or the drain valve...
If a gas wall heater is not operating correctly, some things to check are the thermostat, the breaker box, the pilot light and the gas valve. If the odor of gas is detected, however, one should call a professional to diagnose the problem.
Troubleshoot heating problems at home by determining the cause, such as a thermostat merely being set at too low a temperature, by the problem, which is that the furnace does not put out enough heat. The solution is to raise the thermostat settings to a comfortable temp...
If the hot tub has operational problems, first look at the power cord for damage. Sometimes the power cord may become frayed, resulting in difficulty turning the hot tub on.
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.