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Why does the spa water lower when the pool pump turns off and why does the spa water level go down while using the spa if the spa water is approximately 16 inches above pool water level?

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2007-08-07 03:04:14
2007-08-07 03:04:14

The check valve between the spa and the pool is defective.

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