Height adjustable plastic seat for whirlpools
- Comfortably and slip resistant
- Two different height options
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Smaller adults and kids can now enjoy pleasant relaxation too, with the unique height adjustable plastic seat from INTEX. 2 adjustable height settings of 75 mm or 150 mm, and the sitting surface is non-slip. Dimensions 47 x 36 x 22 cm (L x W x H)
FAQs from category Whirlpool accessories:
Switch off and unplug the control unit. Make sure that the cover grille of the filter cartridge unit is clean and free of obstructions. Clean or replace the filter cartridge, see section Maintenance and storage. Make sure that the inlet and outlet connections on the whirlpool and filter pump are not blocked. Ensure that the whirlpool water is properly disinfected to keep the filter cartridge clean and not clogged.
If the ambient temperature is below 4ºC, we recommend not using the whirlpool. Switch off and unplug the control unit. Add some warm water to raise the water temperature of the whirlpool to over 5°C (41°F). Then press the button to heat the water to the desired temperature.
Switch off and unplug the control unit. When the water has cooled down, turn on the FI and restart everything. Turn off the heating. Then press the Filter and Bubble buttons to lower the water temperature.
Switch off and unplug the control unit. Turn on the FI again and restart everything.
The unit needs to be checked/repaired.
The unit needs to be checked/repaired.
Press the water filter button to activate the filter pump again. After 72 hours of continuous heating operation, the pump automatically switches to idle mode. The quick heating and water filtration functions are deactivated.
Remove the electrolytic storage cell for inspection and cleaning if necessary. Use salinity test strips to check the value of the water. Add salt. See “Salinity Information”. Make sure the cell's cable is securely plugged into the socket. Replace the memory cell if necessary.
If the salt content is too high, drain some of the pool water and fill it up with fresh water. Remove the electrolytic storage cell for inspection and cleaning if necessary. Use salinity test strips to check the value of the water. If the salt content is too high, drain some of the pool water and fill it up with fresh water. Make sure the cell's cable is securely plugged into the socket. If necessary, replace the memory cell.
Make sure that the air valve cap is tightly closed. Fill the spa with air, then make sure the air valve base is tightened properly, please refer to chapter "Spa air valve attachment". Wrinkles occur during storage or when the spa is folded. Very often the whirlpool is stored in colder rooms (e.g. cellar compartment, etc.). When the tub is inflated for the first time, the material requires a certain period of time to expand or to adapt to the ambient temperature. Therefore, the pool must be re-inflated several times when it is used for the first time. Spray some soapy water on the suspicious spot, if there is a crack or hole, bubbles will form at this spot. After you have been able to locate the leak, clean and dry the spot carefully and repair it with the repair kit provided.
Do not expose the spa to direct sunlight for a long period of time. Please check the air pressure and release some air if necessary. This procedure is very important, especially in hot weather, to avoid damage!
Check the pressure relief valve for leaks. Whirlpools from 2018 have a pressure relief valve. It is possible that the pressure relief valve does not seal due to dirt particles and does not close properly. As a result, air can escape there. Open the cap, unscrew the pressure relief valve with the wrench (included in the scope of delivery) and remove it, check it for dirt particles. Check the pressure spring and seal for accuracy of fit, carry out steps 1+2 in reverse order.
Tighten the inlet and outlet connections. Cover the O-ring with Vaseline to make it watertight. Remove the grille inside the spa with a screwdriver, make sure the inlet/outlet O-ring is in place, cleaned and not broken. Check the connections for cracks. Replace the defective parts if necessary.
Plug the control unit directly into a socket and do not use extension cables or distributors. Check your house wiring for overload, the socket may have a defect. Contact a qualified electrician. Reset the residual current circuit breaker.
Make sure that the SPA is plugged in and turned on and that the control panel power plug is securely attached to the control unit. Check the power source and reset the FI switch.