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Beachcomber Repair. Time to "do it myself"

Beachcomber Repair. Time to "do it myself"

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Old 12-26-05, 02:08 PM
Shamis
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Beachcomber Repair. Time to "do it myself"

Been getting screwed by hot tub companies for years.

Time to learn how to build this myself. I am missing pipes, and the macheine does not turn on. I think things are unplugged it needs to be cleaned, and re-built.

How do I get the information to do this?

I will post some images.

Please help!!

All I know is it is a beachcomber and maybe 15 years or less old.

Been told it needs a new motor but I do not think this is true. I just think its just need repair.
 
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Old 12-26-05, 02:18 PM
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Old 12-27-05, 05:29 PM
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missing pipes --- haha -- well, there's a problem ....
machine does not turn on ... yep, there's another problem ....

be specific about what is wrong with it --- some pics would help --- is this a portable (above-ground) or inground, custom, etc.??

what "machine" do you mean?? the pump?? if it is 15 years old, maybe it's burnt out perhaps??

The thing I'm most curious about --- how did it get into such bad shape?? Did you just move into a new house and it came with or something??

also out of pure curiosity and a lack of things to do this evening, what makes you think it doesn't need to be replaced??
 
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