Whirlpool JETTED SINK Specifications

Note: Read all instructions before proceeding with installation.
All specifications are ± 1/4’’ and are subject to change without notice.
Estate SERIES
Owner’s Manual &
Installation Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Registration
3
Congratulations!
4
Safety Instructions
5
Installation Instructions Pre-Installation Procedures
6
Structural Preparation
7
Plumbing
8
Rough-In Measurements
9
Electrical Installation
10
Electrical Wiring Schematics- Whirlpool and Heater
11
Optional Inline Heater Operating Instructions 12
On/Off Timer Control Instructions 12
Troubleshooting On/Off Timer Control 13
Optional Chromatherapy LED Light Instructions
13
Troubleshooting Chromatherapy LED Light
14
Integrally Skirted Whirlpool 14-15
Operation
Bathside Control Systems
16
Optional Chromatherapy LED Light
16
Jet Operations
17-19
User Information
20
FCC Information
20
Maintenance and Care
Initial Cleaning
Whirlpool System Cleaning
Surface Cleaning
Jet Cleaning
Surface Scratch Removal
Repair Information
Water Quality Issues
21
21
21
21
22
22
22-24
Troubleshooting guide
Symptoms/Possible Problems/Solutions
Serial Number - How to Locate
25
25
parts order form/parts maps/parts list
Parts Order Form
Parts Maps
Parts List
26
27-28
29-30
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Product Registration Information
Your product warranty is registered and confirmed with Aquatic through the Serial Number on
your unit. You do not need to contact Aquatic to confirm registration. Please fill out the information
below and reference when contacting the distributor to expedite warranty claims.
Owner Information:
Model Name
Serial Number
(See Table of Contents for Location)
Purchase Date
Distributor
8101 E. Kaiser Blvd. • Anaheim, CA 92808
(800) 877-2005 • Fax (714) 998-5340
www.aquaticbath.com
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congratulations!
You have chosen one of the finest bath products in the world! Aquatic supports your purchase with
strong commitments to quality and customer satisfaction.
Please read and follow all of the instructions contained in this Owner’s Manual before installing, operating or
maintaining your whirlpool. In addition, you should continually refer to these instructions during the life of your
whirlpool. Failure to comply with these instructions may invalidate your warranty. If you have any questions
concerning installation, operation, maintenance or any other aspect of your whirlpool, please contact:
Aquatic CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER: 800 945-2726
(The Troubleshooting Guide on page 25 may be helpful in answering some of your questions.)
NOTE:
The installation and service of your whirlpool should be
performed ONLY by a qualified electrician, technician or plumber.
Important!
This product must be water-tested and inspected prior to installation
or warranty will be voided. See page 6 for instructions.
PLEASE CHECK ENTIRE UNIT FOR any DAMAGE.
If it appears damaged, contact your Aquatic Distributor immediately.
Aquatic warranty does not cover damage that occurs in transit.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
warning: when using this unit, these basic precautions should be followed.
This manual contains information and instructions for proper operation and maintenance of your whirlpool. Failure to
follow these instructions could result in personal injury, electrical shock or fire.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
danger! To reduce the risk of injury:
A. Do not permit children to use this unit unless they are closely supervised by an adult at all times.
Supervision is also required when whirlpool bath is used by an elderly or handicapped individual.
B. Use this unit only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments not
recommended by the manufacturer.
C. Do not operate this unit without guard over the suction fitting.
D.The water in a whirlpool should never exceed 40°C (104°F). Water temperatures between 38°C (100°F) and 40°C
(104°F) are considered safe for a healthy adult. Use time should be limited to approximately 30 minutes, followed
by a shower to cool down. Longer exposures may result in hyperthermia. The symptoms of this condition are
nausea, dizziness and fainting, which can be fatal. Lower water temperatures are recommended for extended use
(exceeding 10-15 minutes) and for young children.
E.Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of
pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit whirlpool water temperatures to 38°C (100°F).
F.The use of drugs or alcoholic beverages before or during whirlpool use may lead to unconsciousness with the
possibility of drowning. Never use the whirlpool while under the influence of alcohol, anticoagulants, stimulants,
antihistamines, vasoconstrictors, vasodilators, hypnotics, narcotics or tranquilizers.
G. Persons with a medical history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory system problems, or diabetes
should consult a physician before using a whirlpool.
H. Persons using medication should consult a physician before using a whirlpool since medication may
induce drowsiness while other medication may affect heart rate, blood pressure and circulation.
danger: To reduce the risk of injury, enter and exit the bath slowly.
Warning: Never operate electrically connected devices in or near the bath. Never drop or insert any object into any
opening within the whirlpool.
This unit must be connected to a supply circuit that is protected by a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI). Such a
device should be installed by a licensed electrician and should be tested on a regular basis (at least monthly). To test
the GFCI push the TEST button. The GFCI should interrupt the power. Push the RESET button and the power should
be restored. If the GFCI fails to operate in this manner there is the possibility of an electric shock. DO NOT USE.
Disconnect the unit and have the problem corrected by a qualified service technician. To avoid the possibility of personal
injury and discoloration of the acrylic surface, the inlet water temperature should not exceed 60°C (140°F). The bath
should be drained after each use. Each bather should start their bath with fresh water.
caution: do not use harsh abrasives or solvents for cleaning this unit.
installer/owner bears all responsibility to comply with all state and local codes
when installing this product.
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS / GUIDELINES
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION
PRE-INSTALLATION PROCEDURES:
please note: the manufacturer accepts a 1/4” variance. there are variations on each tub
and specifications are subject to change as we improve upon our product as required.
the dimensions needed for site preparation and structure buildings should be measured
from the tub; Aquatic assumes no responsibility for preparatory work.
Note: A good knowledge of construction techniques, plumbing and electrical installation according to codes are
required for proper installation. We recommend that a qualified licensed contractor perform the installation of all
Aquatic products. Our warranty does not cover improper installation related problems.
WARNING: All units are shipped with loose unions. Before attempting to test, install, or use your whirlpool, all pump
and heater unions and “O” rings must be repositioned and tightened.
1. Immediately upon receiving your Aquatic whirlpool bath inspect it thoroughly for freight damage. If necessary, contact your
distributor immediately (your distributor must contact Aquatic within 24 hours of receiving unit to file a claim.) Should
inspection indicate any damage, do not install the bath.
Damage or defect to the finish claimed after the bath is installed is not covered under the warranty.
2. Remove packing material between tub and pump/heater (on some models).
3. All baths are filled with water and operated in our manufacturing facility prior to shipment. Inspectors ensure watertight
operation, however rough handling may cause leaks which may be detected prior to installation.
To inspect:
4.
5.
6.
7.
Place the tub in an area where it may be drained after testing.
Fill the tub with hot water (approx. 100˚ F) to the overflow and allow to stand for a few minutes.
Plug in pump cord and run pump for 10 minutes.
Inspect the tub completely. Any defect must be reported to Aquatic prior to installation in order to have it covered by warranty.
Should inspection indicate any damage or leaks, do not install the bath.
Damage or leaks claimed after the bath is installed are not covered under the warranty.
8. Check to ensure that your installation will conform to all applicable codes and secure necessary permits. All electrical
and plumbing connections should be made by qualified electricians and plumbers.
warning: failure to follow these instructions during installation will result in termination
of the warranty:
Do not lift the tub by any portion of the plumbing or pump.
Do not stand in the tub during construction.
DO NOT MAKE ANY ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS, OR DELETIONS TO THE
WHIRLPOOL SYSTEM, PUMP OR BATH.
WARNING: Whirlpool pump and piping are factory assembled. Relocation of pump or other modifications could
adversely affect the performance and safe operation of this whirlpool. Aquatic shall not be liable under its warranty or
otherwise for personal injury or damage caused by any such unauthorized modification.
QUIETNESS OF OPERATION: Aquatic has engineered their whirlpool baths from base to lip to ensure quality, value,
functional design, and maximum bathing comfort. However, installation is accountable for as much as 50% of a tub’s
operating quietness. Please ensure the following:
• The floor structure is adequate to support the installation.
• For quieter operation and heat retention conservation, the walls surrounding the whirlpool may be insulated.
• Insulate the tub surround. Do not allow any insulation to come within 3 feet of the pump. The area around the pump
must be clean and free of any foreign matter.
• Leave 1/8” to 3/16” gap between tub lip and surround.
• Spread a bed of cement mortar on the floor or subfloor under the whirlpool to reduce vibration and noise.
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STRUCTURAL PREPARATION:
Note: The bath should remain in its shipping carton until time of installation.
1. Literature dimensions are for reference only. Installation dimensions should be taken directly from the tub. An unobstructed
access panel of 16” x 16” minimum must be provided at the pump end of the whirlpool allowing sufficient clearance to make
final connections and for servicing the pump and power panel. Access may be through the wall or platform apron at the
end of the unit. In the case of sunken installations, access should be made through the ceiling below. It is the installer’s
responsibility to provide sufficient service access. Make absolutely certain that access panels and/or service openings
are properly placed and that all possible areas where service may be required are accessible.
2. Install the drain fitting to the bath. THE DRAIN FITTING WILL PROTRUDE BELOW THE BASE OF THE TUB
APPROXIMATELY 1 1/2”. Clearance must be provided for the drain by cutting away the subfloor (where possible) or
by blocking below the tub as may be required.
NOTE: Watertight installation of the drain and overflow is the installer’s responsibility. Drain and/or overflow leakage
is not included in the warranty of this product.
WARNING: FACTORY SKIRTS DO NOT ALLOW FOR BLOCKING UP OF THE TUB BASE. All blocking must be solid
and provide uniform support to the tub base.
3.Tub must rest entirely on the base. DO NOT SUPPORT THE WEIGHT OF THE TUB BY THE RIM. Where leveling is
required, and to reduce vibration noise, prepare a bed of wet mortar in area where tub is to be installed. Carefully level unit,
ensuring that uniform support is given to all areas of the base and no portion of the lip is bearing weight.
4. Frame out under the tub rim as shown in one of the illustrations below. NOTE: Due to the variety of installations possible,
framing procedures other than those described may be required. Plumb in selected location using a level. Level front to back
and across both sides. A ledge under the rim, or an apron without a ledge, may be constructed as required (see Diagram 1A
and 1B). Where installation will be against a wall, stud wall framing should allow for wall sheathing material to run full length
to the floor (see Diagram 1C). Install tub firmly against sheathing as indicated, with blocking below rim to prevent deflection
or movement of tub. To prevent a rocking movement of tub after installation, it is important to have rim in contact, but not
supported by blocking material.
5. When placing the tub on a platform or cut out (see Diagrams 1A and1D), the opening should be 1” smaller than the
specified rim dimensions. Extreme care must be taken in this type of installation to ensure the tub will come to rest
entirely on the base.
1A Ledge Installation - 1
1B Ledge Installation - 2
1D Wall Installation
1E Sunken Installation
1C Apron Installation
WARNING: ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS SHOULD BE MADE BY A LOCALLY LICENSED ELECTRICIAN/TECHNICIAN.
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STRUCTURAL PREPARATION (continued):
6. Another installation option is that of a tile flange. Aquatic offers a factory installed tile flange for all rectangular and
corner-unit whirlpools.
7. Install the whirlpool bath unit per the instructions provided in this manual.
CAUTION: THE TILE FLANGE DOES NOT SUPPORT THE TUB! A ledger board must be provided under the
bath rim as indicated in the installation instructions. Take care to ensure tub is not hanging from the ledger boards,
as this will void your warranty.
8. Use nails or screws to secure the flange into the studs around the bath.
9. Install water resistant drywall against the tile flange and flush to the top of the whirlpool deck. Install the tile or other
finishing materials. Apply a second bead of silicone between the first course of tile and the bath deck.
NOTE: Before tub is used, the whirlpool system should be cleaned in accordance
with the procedures on page 21 of this manual.
PLUMBING:
1. After securing tub in place, normal waste and overflow, water spout and valves are installed per normal plumbing
procedures, in accordance with all state and local standards.
2. Install standard 1-1/2” trap to drain and overflow. Before proceeding make final operational check by filling tub
with water to overflow and operate pump for 5 minutes. Check for leaks carefully both while pump is running and
has been turned off. Allow water to stand in tub for at least 30 minutes before draining. Aquatic WILL NOT BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR WATER DAMAGE OF ANY KIND IN CONNECTION WITH ONE OF OUR WHIRLPOOL
BATHS.
3. When selecting fill spout location, check to ensure that spout is long enough to clear the tub rim from its desired
location. If installation is to be on the tub deck, check the back side of tub for adequate space for connection to
water lines before drilling or cutting tub.
4. A service unobstructed access panel of a minimum of a 16” square must be provided adjacent to motor/pump
assembly.
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Rough-In
Measurements:
MODEL
Cambridge
Camina Motif
Canterbury
Carmel
Castaway
Castaway Oval
Chesapeake
Clearwater
Clearwater, Jr.
Daytona
Del Ray
B
Del Ray, Jr.
Heart Key West (Short Side)
Key West (Long Side)
Laguna
Mendocino
Oxford
Pagosa Motif
Point Arena
Point Reyes Point Reyes, Jr.
A
Pompano
Riviera Motif
3A
San
Simeon
Santa Clara
Santa Cruz
Sarasota Motif
Sarita Motif
South Padre
Sunset
Universal Oval
Winchester
See
Diagram 3A, below
A
6 3/4”
13 1/2”
6 3/4”
2 1/2” 5 1/2”
5 3/8”
5”
6 1/2” 6 1/2”
2 1/4”
3”
1 3/4”
4 1/2”
8 7/8” 4 3/4” 2 1/4” 5 1/8”
6 1/4”
3 1/2”
6 3/4”
5 1/4”
3 3/4”
2 1/2”
12 1/4”
2 1/2”
1 5/8”
1 3/4”
5 1/2”
14”
2 1/4” 2 1/4” 6 1/2” 7”
B
12 3/8”
5 1/2”
12 1/8”
9 3/16”
11 7/8”
12”
28”
13 1/2”
12 3/4”
11 1/4”
10 7/8”
8 7/8”
14”
17 1/4”
13 3/16”
11 1/4”
11 3/4”
11 7/8”
12 1/2”
14”
16 1/4”
11 1/4”
10 3/8”
3 1/2”
9 3/8”
9 1/4”
10 3/4”
13 1/2”
6”
12”
10 1/2”
13 1/4”
11 3/4”
PLEASE NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS GIVEN ARE CORRECT AS OF THIS PRINTING. Aquatic RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
CHANGE SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT NOTICE.
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electrical installation:
WARNING:
ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS SHOULD BE MADE BY A LICENSED, LOCALLY CERTIFIED
ELECTRICIAN, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODES AND
PROCEDURES.
WARNING: When using electrical products, basic precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
DANGER: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! This unit requires one dedicated circuit, two dedicated circuits for optional
heater, each protected by a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI). A GFCI is not supplied, however we do specify its
use. All known code authorities require a GFCI. Rough in wiring to pump on a dedicated 120V, 15 amp, GFCI protected
circuit. If tub has the optional heater, rough in wiring to heater on a dedicated 120V, 15 amp, GFCI protected circuit.
Please see Diagrams 4A and 4B ON PAGE 11
Bonding wire: Connect a #8 bare copper bonding wire from the pump motor to the heater (option) and/or to the
cold water plumbing or other suitable ground. Grounding is required.
For built-in and custom units, install to permit access for servicing.
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chromatherapy LED
light (optional)
4A
Inline
Heater
Pump
4B
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Optional inline maintenance heater operating instructions:
Operation of the inline maintenance heater is completely automatic. The heater will help maintain the temperature of
the water in the whirlpool. The heater includes the following components:
THERMOSTAT: The “Smart Thermostat” requires no adjustment and will automatically maintain the water temperature
at 102o F - 104o F. If the whirlpool is too warm, simply adjust by adding cold water.
HIGH LIMIT: The heater includes an exclusive “Intelligent High-Limit”. This safety circuit will not “false trip” from hot tap
water. It will only turn the heater off if the thermostat fails. To reset, simply press the red button. If the high-limit trips
frequently, contact Aquatic
INDICATOR LIGHT: The light on the heater turns on when the heater is operating.
PRESSURE/VACUUM SWITCH: The heater is equipped with a preset pressure or vacuum switch. The pump must be
running with water flowing to the whirlpool to allow the heater to turn on.
CAUTION: Before use of the pump and heater, test the GFCI for proper operation. The pump
and heater should turn off when the GFCI “Test” button is pushed.
Warning - Prolonged Immersions in Hotter Water May Induce Hyperthermia.
Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body
temperature of 98.6o F. The symptoms of hyperthermia include an increase in the internal temperature of the body,
dizziness, lethargy, drowsiness, and fainting. The effects of hyperthermia include (1) failure to perceive heat, (2) failure
to recognize the need to exit the whirlpool, (3) unawareness of impending hazard, (4) fetal damage in pregnant women,
(5) physical inability to exit the whirlpool, (6) unconsciousness resulting in the danger of drowning.
WARNING - The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication can greatly increase the risk
of fatal hyperthermia.
installation of electronic On/Off Timer Control for Estate series:
1. Plug the On/Off Timer Control into a dedicated 120-volt, minimum 15-amp outlet (see Diagram 5A).
2. Plug the pump into the On/Off Timer Control.
3. Wait 10-20 seconds (for self-calibration) before you depress the On/Off Button (see Diagram 5B).
5A
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troubleshooting On/Off Timer Control for Estate Series:
1. If the On/Off Button does not turn on the pump, make sure the outlet has voltage. Unplug the On/Off Timer Control
and plug in a hair dryer or other electrical device to see if the outlet is active.
2. If the new device you plugged in also does not work, call your electrician.
3. If the new device you plugged in does work, try the installation procedures again.
4. If this does not work, unplug the On/Off Timer Control from the wall outlet.
5.Then unplug the motor from the On/Off Timer Control.
6. Now plug the motor cord directly into the wall outlet. If the motor turns on, the installation procedures should be
tried again.
7. If the motor still does not turn on, call Aquatic’ Technical Service Department at (800) 928-3707.
optional Chromatherapy LED light Installation:
AC Cord
110v GFCI
Protected
1. During installation, be sure that the air tube from the air switch on
the top lip of the tub is correctly connected to the air switch outlet
on the LED transformer box. (See Diagram 6A)
2. Check to ensure the plug from the LED is connected to the
transformer box.
3. Make sure the 120 Volt plug for the LED transformer box is
connected to a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) protected
outlet. The underwater light may be plugged into the same socket
as either the pump or heater.
Vinyl Tube Socket
From Air Switch
To replace LED light:
1. Disconnect the power to your bathtub.
2. Drain the bathtub.
3. Open the lens of the fixture using ONLY the proper tool provided
for that purpose (see Diagram 6B). Do not attempt to remove the
lens without the provided tool.
4. Replace your LED light (replacement LED lights can be obtained
from Aquatic).
5.Verify “O” ring is not damaged and is properly positioned in the
groove when replacing the lens. If there is damage or lens does
not seal properly, do not refill bathtub.
6A
Lens Install &
Removal Tools
Black and
White Wires
to LED Socket
Bath
Surface
“O” Ring
6B
Lens &
Wall Fitting
Bulb Socket
NOTE: Do not twist LED light into socket. Use gentle pressure and push LED light into place.
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troubleshooting guide for chromatherapy led light:
If light doesn’t turn on:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check to ensure LED light has been electrically connected and there is power to transformer.
Check to ensure the air switch tube is connected to both the switch on LED transformer and button.
Air tube should be checked to confirm there are no kinks.
Check LED light to ensure that it is not broken or loose from socket.
If the above has been performed and LED light is still not operational, please contact Aquatic’ Customer Service
Department at (800) 928-3707.
SANTA CLARA & SANTA CRUZ - INTEGRALLY SKIRTED WHIRLPOOLS:
Alcove Framing and pre-Installation Procedures:
1. Protect interior of tub throughout installation procedures.
2. Before moving unit into alcove see and follow enclosed Electrical Installation Procedures (electrical and air
tube hookups will be difficult to perform if unit is installed first.)
IMPORTANT! Before installation begins, make sure that:
1. Framed-in alcove is of proper size, square and plumb.
2. Walls and floors meet fire safety requirements of local building code and/or FHA/HUD Minimum Property Standards. Before
installation of the panel, fill the unit, test the whirlpool system for proper operation and check for leaks, then drain.
3. A mortar base is prepared (this is mandatory for proper installation).
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Installation Procedures for integrally skirted modelS:
1.To avoid obstructions during installation, make sure water lines, spout pipes and valve plumbing do not project into alcove.
2. Ledger Strip: Fasten a 1” x 3” (25mm x 75 mm) ledger strip along rear for alcove and along both sides in corner installations
at Dimension LH. (see Diagram 7A)
3. Place three or four mounds of mortar away from drain hole in a line or square, approximately twice as high as the cavity
under the tub bottom.
4. Place tub into alcove with front skirt firmly on floor and depress plaster mounds. Make certain that back ledge of tub rests
firmly on ledger strip. (see Diagram 7A)
5.See and follow Sealing & Finishing Diagram 7B.
7B
7A
Removable Skirt Panels for Integrally Skirted ModelS:
These models are offered with removable panels. It provides a
flush-to-wall installation (sheet rock overlaps skirt while still providing
access). The skirt features a decorative removable panel enabling
easy access to motor, pump and electrical hookups. Clips enable
simple and quick removal of skirt access panel.
Important: Before installation of the panel, fill the unit, test the whirlpool
system for proper operation and check for leaks, then drain.
Framing
Integrally Skirted Acrylic Whirlpool
Dry Wall
Right Side Edge
Clips
(back of panel)
Panel
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operation of
Estate series whirlpools
NOTE: DO NOT START PUMP UNTIL ALL JETS ARE SUBMERGED. WATER LEVEL SHOULD BE 2”
ABOVE HIGHEST JET.
BATHside CONTROL SYSTEMS:
On/Off CONTROLS:
The On/Off Electronic Button with Timer (Diagram 9A) is the On/Off Button for the pump/jet action for the Estate Series.
• One-Speed Pump (9A)
1. Make sure whirlpool has enough water in it to submerge the highest jets by about 2 inches of water.
2. Push the On/Off Button once to turn the pump on. The whirlpool has a built-in timer and will automatically turn
off in approximately 20 minutes. To restart the pump, simply push the On/Off Button.
3. When the motor is running, push the On/Off Button to turn the pump off.
• Optional Three-Speed Pump (9A)
1.Make sure whirlpool has enough water in it to submerge the highest jets by about 2
inches of water.
2.Push the On/Off Button once to turn on high, a second time for medium and a third
for low speed.
3.Push the On/Off button a fourth time to turn the pump off.
9A
Optional Chromatherapy LED Light:
One On/Off Button operates the pump, while the additional air button (9B) operates the chromatherapy LED light. One
depression of this button turns the light on, while the second turns the light off.
To Turn Your Chromatherapy Lighting System ON: Press the On/Off Button (9B) once to turn the Chromatherapy
Light ON in Color Wash mode. A second press of the button will turn the lighting system OFF. Subsequent presses
will move the lighting system through the seven constant color modes.
• 1st Press
Color Wash: Random color blend
• 2nd Press
Off
• 3rd Press
White: clarity
• 4th Press
Off
• 5th Press
Aqua: Calm
• 6th Press
Off
• 7th Press
Violet: Inspiration
• 8th Press
Off
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• 9th Press
Blue: Peace
• 10th Press
Off
• 11th Press
Yellow: Hope
• 12th Press
Off
• 13th Press
Green: Harmony
• 14th Press
Off
• 15th Press
Red: Courage
9B
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jet operations:
All Estate Series jets are removable, and can simply be put into the dishwasher for easy cleaning.
(Note: use top rack and remove before drying cycle.)
Estate Series Whirlpool Jets
The Estate Series combines Full-Size Pressure-Flo Hydrotherapy Jets, Aquatic Rotary Massage Jets and StressEaz
Neck and Shoulder Massage Jets (most models) to provide an invigorating hydrotherapy experience.
Full Size Pressure-Flo Hydrotherapy Jet:
All Full-Size Pressure-Flo Hydrotherapy Jets can be interchanged with the Hand Held Jet. note: For operation
information, please see Diagrams 12A, 12B and 12C on page 19.
Aquatic Rotary Massage Jet:
The Aquatic Rotary Massage Jet is a highly versatile, full-size jet. As with all jets in this series, the pressure and circular
pattern are fully adjustable.
• To adjust pressure:
10A
1.Grasp the outer ring of the jet.
2.Turn the outer ring clockwise to increase flow, counter-
clockwise to shut off.
• To adjust circular pattern
(see Diagrams 10A, 10B, and 10C):
1.Small circular pattern: slide the nozzle until it is positioned in the
center of the jet.
2. Medium circular pattern: slide the nozzle to the desired location
for a medium pattern.
3. Large circular pattern: slide the nozzle to the desired location for a
large pattern.
10B
10C
• To remove jet (see Diagram 10D):
1.Grasp the outer ring of the jet.
2.Turn the jet counter-clockwise, until the jet clicks, then pull.
• To replace jet (see Diagram 10D):
1. Insert the jet into jet housing.
2.Turn the jet clockwise, past point of resistance, until the jet clicks.
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jet operations (continued):
Stress-Eaz Neck and Shoulder Jets (most models):
The Aquatic Stress-Eaz Jet is a rotating jet that concentrates water flow on the user’s neck and shoulder areas.
• To adjust pressure:
11A
1.Grasp the outer ring of the jet.
2.Turn the outer ring clockwise to increase flow, counter-clockwise to
shut off.
• To adjust circular pattern
(see Diagrams 11A and 11B):
1.Small circular pattern: slide the nozzle until it is positioned in the center
of the jet.
2. Large circular pattern: slide the nozzle to the desired location for a large
pattern.
• To remove jet (see Diagram 11C):
11B
1.Grasp the outer ring of the jet.
2.Turn the jet counter-clockwise until the jet clicks, then pull.
• To reinstall jet (see Diagram 11C):
1. Insert the jet into jet housing. Note: DO NOT FORCE.
2.Turn the jet clockwise past the point of resistance until the jet clicks.
11C
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Estate series whirlpoolS
jet operations (continued):
Full Size Pressure-Flo Hydrotherapy Jets:
All Full-Size Pressure-Flo Hydrotherapy Jets can be interchanged with the Hand Held Jet.
• To adjust pressure:
1. Grasp the outer ring of the jet.
2. Turn the jet clockwise to increase flow, counter-clockwise to
shut off.
12A
• To adjust direction (see Diagrams 12A and 12B):
1. Using fingertip, move jet eye to desired location.
• To remove jet (see Diagram 12C): 1.Grasp the outer ring of the jet.
2. Turn the jet counter-clockwise, until the jet clicks, then pull.
12B
• To replace or change jet (see Diagram 12C):
1. Insert the jet into jet housing.
2.Turn the jet clockwise, past point of resistance, until the jet clicks.
12C
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whirlpool user information
Please note:
Whirlpool USER INFORMATION • PLEASE NOTE:
The whirlpool action may cause even small amounts of bubble bath or shampoo to foam excessively. Exercise
moderation in experimenting with different soap products.
No servicing of this product should be done by the user. There are no user serviceable parts. All controls
are located in the control recesses on the lip of the tub. These are the only controls that should be used by
the consumer. Do not change or alter any of these controls under any circumstances.
Motors are self-lubricating -- No lubrication required.
fcc consumer information
Electrical installation information listed on pages 10 and 11.
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that
is, in strict accordance with the manufacturers instruction, may cause interference to radio and television
reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B computing device
in accordance with the specifications in subpart J of part 15 of the FCC rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
interference, which can be determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient the receiving antenna
• Relocate the receiver with respect to the bath tub.
• Move the receiver away from the bath.
• Plug the receiver into a different outlet so that the receiver and bath are on different
branch circuits.
• If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television
technician for additional suggestions.
•The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission helpful: “How To Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.”
This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock
No., 004-000-00345-4.
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MAINTENANCE and care
INITIAL CLEANING:
Before tub is used, the whirlpool system should be cleaned and disinfected. Remove all debris and clean tub before
putting whirlpool into service. DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS ON THE ACRYLIC FINISH. Use a non-abrasive
detergent and rinse well after cleaning.
• Fill the tub with HOT water to a level 2” above the highest jet.
• Add 2 teaspoons of low-sudsing automatic dishwashing detergent and no more than 4 ounces of household bleach
to the water.
• Operate whirlpool for 10 minutes. Drain.
• Refill with cold water and operate whirlpool for 5 minutes. Drain.
Whirlpool system cleaning:
To remove accumulations of bath residue from the whirlpool system, we recommend that you purge it at least twice a
month, or more depending on usage. To do this, follow this simple procedure. Fill the bath with hot water (not exceeding
140o F). Add to the hot water, 4 (6) tablespoons of low foaming detergent such as liquid Cascade or Calgonite and 24
(48) oz. of liquid household bleach, such as Clorox [use lesser amounts shown for 5-foot bathtubs, greater amounts
in parentheses for larger bathtubs]. Run the bath for 5 to 10 minutes. Drain the bath completely and refill with cold
water only. Run the whirlpool for 5 to 10 minutes, then drain the bath completely. Depending on the usage and/or the
content of the local water supply, more frequent purging may be necessary.
NOTE: DO NOT USE OIL OR OIL BASED BATH ADDITIVES.
If you want to use any kind of bath additive, use only a small amount of low-foaming powder or crystal substance; the
whirlpool action intensifies the foaming properties of soaps.
The use of certain bubble baths and bath additives may increase the level of accumulations of bath residue in the
whirlpool system. If excess accumulations persist, you should discontinue use of these products.
If you have followed the monthly purging instructions and still have an excess accumulation of bath residue and desire an
alternative cleaning mechanism, we recommend SUPER SYSTEMS CLEAN PLUS manufactured by Stearns Packaging
Corporation to rectify this condition. This may be obtained by calling Aquatic, at (800) 555-5324. It is recommended that
you follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer with the product. Repeated use may be necessary. SUPER
SYSTEMS CLEAN PLUS does not replace the necessity to purge your whirlpool system at least twice a month with a
low foaming detergent and bleach.
SURFACE CLEANING:
Use common household, non-abrasive cleaners for most cleaning jobs. Rinse well and dry with a clean cloth. Never
use abrasive cleaners. Do not allow your Lucite® acrylic surface to come into contact with products such as acetone
(nail polish remover), nail polish, dry cleaning solution, lacquer thinners, gasoline, pine oil, etc. Remove dust with a soft,
dry cloth. Clean grease, oil, paint, and ink stains with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.
Jet Cleaning:
All Estate Series jets are removable, and can simply be put into the dishwasher for easy cleaning. See Jet Operation
Instructions for removal, pages 17-19. (Note: use top rack and remove before drying cycle.)
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MAINTENANCE and care
SURFACE SCRATCH REMOVAL:
Minor scratches may be removed by polishing your tub with a non-abrasive car polish, followed by buffing. Deeper
scratches can be removed by:
•Sanding with wet 400 grit sandpaper.
•Sanding with wet 600 grit sandpaper.
•Sanding with wet micro-grit sandpaper.
• Buff out using car polish.
repair:
The installation and service of your whirlpool bath should be performed only by a qualified service technician.
Remember when contacting your dealer always have your serial number, proof of purchase and model number
available. This will ensure a quick response on warranty items.
The model and serial numbers are located above the pump on the backside of the whirlpool.
note: all warranty repairs must be authorized by aquatic before work is started. for service,
always contact your dealer.
caution: Care should be taken to prevent inappropriate chemicals coming in contact with the Lucite® acrylic surface.
Please read and observe all instructions and/or warnings on containers containing substances you contemplate applying
to your whirlpool. Any failure to comply may void your warranty.
water quality issues:
Owners of fill and drain whirlpool bathtubs need to know basic information concerning water quality: how it affects
performance and enjoyment of the operation of their tubs, and steps that can be taken by the owner to correct related
problems. Important issues are the microbiological and chemical quality of the water.
1. Microbiological Quality
Microbes are present in water supplied by individual wells or water systems and even in the air around us. These microbes
are usually in amounts below what is noticeable. Microbes from the water or air or from a bather’s body may settle on
wetted surfaces such as a whirlpool bathtub’s surface or piping systems where they can grow in numbers where we can
notice them. With regards to whirlpool bathtubs, brown/black fungi/mold or pigmented (colored) bacteria can be noted.
Fungi/Mold- Fungi and mold are always present. The levels are usually such that we do not notice them. When moisture
and temperature are sufficient, the organisms will grow to levels that we may smell and/or see. The best example of
such growth is the very common black growth on the bottom of shower curtains. The best solution to keep these
surfaces free from growth is frequent cleaning.
Pigmented Bacteria- Water utilities from all over the United States have experienced calls from consumers inquiring
and complaining about pinkish substance on bathroom fixtures that is very persistent, appearing in the shower, sink and
along the water line of toilet bowls. With whirlpool bathtubs, the formation of this colored substance may be particularly
pronounced in white tubs. The residue is less likely a problem associated with water quality than with naturally occurring
airborne bacteria. The bacteria may produce a pinkish film, and sometimes a dark gray film, on surfaces that are
regularly moist, including toilet bowls, shower heads, sink drains, and tiles. The problem is more common in humid
areas of the country.
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MAINTENANCE and care
water quality issues (continued):
Pigmented Bacteria (continued)- In any particular case, the determination of the exact species of bacteria causing the
problem would require lengthy and costly laboratory testing; however, most experts believe the bacteria responsible
is Serratia marcescens. These bacteria thrive on moisture, dust and phosphates, and are widely distributed in soil,
food and also in animals. The American Water Works Association suggests that short of buying pink fixtures, the best
solution to keep these surfaces free from the bacterial film is continual cleaning. The AWWA recommends a chlorine
containing the compound as the best cleaner and avoiding abrasives to avoid scratching fixtures, which will make them
more susceptible to bacteria.
2. Chemical Quality
The water supplied by individual wells or water systems always contains chemicals, usually in amounts below those which
the consumer would notice. Examples of such chemicals, which are of potential concern for the owners of fill and drain
whirlpool bathtubs, are calcium and magnesium salts, copper, iron, manganese and sulfates. When these chemicals are
present in sufficient amounts, they may cause problems in whirlpool bathtubs. You should contact your water supply or
treatment company and follow their suggestions for treatment.
Calcium and Magnesium Salts- Collectively, the various compounds of calcium and/or magnesium are referred to as
salts. Calcium and magnesium salts are often found in ground water supplies and cause “hardness” in water. Hard and
soft water are relative terms. Hard water retards the cleaning action of soaps and detergents, causing expense in the
form of extra work and cleaning agents. When hard water is heated, it will deposit a hard scale. With regard to whirlpool
bathtubs, high calcium and/or magnesium levels may result in the formation of white stains and scale formation on the
inside of the tubs, especially noticeable with colored tubs. If this occurs, you need to contact the water supplier to
determine the calcium and/or magnesium content and/or corrosion potential of the water and follow their suggestions
for treatment. If you are on an individual well, you need to contact a water treatment company to test your water and
suggest solutions if a problem is present.
Iron- Iron is found in many natural waters especially from wells. Iron in water can also result from the corrosion of piping
in the water supply system, such as cast iron mains or galvanized steel service lines, or galvanized piping in the home
water system. High iron levels may result in the formation of brown stains in the vicinity of the faucet outlets of various
fixtures in the home. With whirlpool bathtubs, the staining may be particularly pronounced because the aeration action
can oxidize iron to a form that settles out on the inside of the tubs, especially noticeable in white tubs. If high iron in
the water is present, you can also notice rust colored deposits in your toilet tank or dishwasher. If this occurs, you
need to contact the water supplier to determine the iron content and/or corrosion potential of the water and follow their
suggestions for treatment. If you are on an individual well, you need to contact a water treatment company to test your
water and suggest solutions if a problem is present.
Manganese- Manganese is found in many natural waters, especially from wells. High manganese levels may result in the
formation of small black particles that can stain laundry, especially noticeable with whites such as sheets or towels. With
whirlpool bathtubs, the formation of small black particles may be particularly pronounced because the aeration action
in the tub can oxidize manganese to an insoluble form that is especially noticeable with white tubs. If high manganese
in the water is present, you may also notice black stains on white laundry. If this occurs, you need to contact the water
supplier to determine the manganese content of the water and follow their suggestions for treatment. If you are on an
individual well, you need to contact a water treatment company to test your water and suggest solutions if a problem
is present.
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MAINTENANCE and care
water quality issues (continued):
3. Treatment
If you have contacted your water supplier and followed its instructions and you are still having problems, you need to
increase the frequency of applications of low-foaming detergent/bleach starting from bi-monthly purging down to using
it every other day as required to eliminate your particular problem.
The use of certain bath oils, bubble baths and bath additives may increase the level of accumulations of bath residue
in the whirlpool system. More frequent cleaning may be necessary if these products are used in the whirlpool tub. If
excess accumulations persist, you should discontinue use of these products.
If you have followed the monthly purging instructions and still have an excess accumulation of bath residue and desire
an alternative cleaning mechanism, we recommend SUPER SYSTEMS CLEAN PLUS manufactured by Stearns
Packaging Corporation to rectify this condition. This may be obtained by contacting Aquatic at (800) 555-5324. It is
recommended that you follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer with the product. Repeated use may be
necessary. SUPER SYSTEMS CLEAN PLUS does not replace the necessity to purge your whirlpool system at least
twice a month with a low foaming detergent and bleach.
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troubleshooting guide
warning: Always turn off power at the main electrical service panel when servicing your whirlpool.
symptoms
possible problems
suggested solutions
Motor does not start
1)GFCI or circuit breaker in OFF position.
1)
2) Fuses blown or thermal overload open.
2)
3) Locked motor shaft.
3)
4) Motor windings burned out.
4)
5) Defective starting switch inside
5)
single-phase motor.
6) Disconnected or defective wiring.
6)
7) Low voltage.
7)
Motor does not reach full
1)
speed
2)
3)
Low pump pressure
Low voltage.
Motor windings connected for wrong voltage.
Wiring too small.
1) Pump running at reduced speed.
Motor overheats
1)
(protector trips)
2)
3)
4)
Low voltage.
Motor windings connected for
wrong voltage.
Inadequate ventilation.
Wiring too small.
Reset GFCI (if optional heater is installed,
be sure there are two GFCI circuits.) Contact your electrician.
Contact Aquatic
Contact Aquatic
Contact Aquatic
Check and reconnect if needed.
Contact your electrician.
1) Contact your electrician.
2) Contact Aquatic
3) Contact your electrician.
1)See above.
1) Contact your electrician.
2) Contact Aquatic
3) Refer to installer/dealer.
4) Contact your electrician.
Mood light doesn’t function
1) Not plugged in.
2) Bulb burned out.
3) Air hose has come off switch.
1) Plug in.
2) Replace bulb.
3) Refer to installer/dealer.
Pump delivers no water
1) Jets are closed.
2) Leakage of air into suction system.
3) Impeller clogged.
1) Open jets.
2) Check suction screen for clogs.
3) Clean and unplug.
Low pump capacity
1)Suction or discharge line partly plugged.
2) Pump running at reduced speed.
3) Impeller clogged.
1) Clean and unplug.
2)See “Motor does not reach full speed.”
3) Clean and unplug.
Noisy pump and motor
1) Worn motor bearings.
1)
2) Pumps touching a stationary object.
2)
3)Suction line partly plugged.
3)
4) Pump not supported properly.
4)
Contact Aquatic
Refer to installer/dealer.
Clean and unplug.
Contact Aquatic
(If you have a remote pump, refer to installer/dealer.)
Leakage of water at shaft
1)Shaft seal requires replacement.
1) Contact Aquatic
Leaking unions
1) O-ring missing or damaged.
2) Plumbing in a bind.
3) Loose unions.
1) Contact Aquatic
2) Contact Aquatic
3)Tighten unions.
Vibration noise
1)Tub or tub plumbing is touching tile/wall.
2) Pump is touching framing.
1) Refer to installer/dealer.
2) Refer to installer/dealer.
Model Number &
Serial Number Location
The tub model and serial numbers
are located above the pump area on the backside of
the bathtub. Your installer should have a
service access panel in this location.
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Replacement parts Order form
for Estate series
How To Use:
1. Find your part on the map and make note of its number & letter.
2. Using map number and letter, choose part number and select color (or finish)
on parts list provided on pages 29-30.
3. Fill out the form below with the selected information. Fax or send to Aquatic.
4. Call Aquatic for parts pricing and shipping charges.
IMPORTANT!
The following information must accompany your order:
Serial Number, Model Number/Name, Purchase Date and Color
Please fill out completely:
SHIP TO:
BILL TO:
Name
Name
Company
Company
Address
Address
CityStateZip
Phone Fax
City State Zip
Phone Fax
Serial # (Invoice #)___________________________ Model Name__________________________________
Model #__________________________ Color___________________ Purchase Date ____________
Quantity Part No. Description
Color/Finish Mail orders to:
AQUATIC
8101 E. Kaiser Blvd. • Anaheim, CA 92808
(800) 877-2005 • Fax (714) 998-5340
Price
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5b.
5a.
5.
16a.
16. (option)
5b.
16b.
16c.
6a.
6.
5d.
1a.
1.
Pump For 3-Speed
Units Only (option)
1b.
6b.
2b.
1 and 3-Speed
Timer Box
2a.
2.
On/Off
3-Speed Unit
6c. Switch For 1 and
Timer
Box
4f.
4.
3b.
(option)
4a.
4e.
4b.
3a.
3.
4b.
4c.
Estate Series
Replacement Parts Order Map
4d.
Estate Series
Replacement Parts Order Map/Overview
8.
13.
(Option)
8a.
8b.
8c.
8d.
13a.
9.
9a. (Option)
10.
10a.
10b.
14.
14a./b.
(Option)
11.
15.
11a.
(Option)
(Option)
15a.
12.
15b. (Option)
12a.
(Option)
15c. (Option)
17.
15d. (Option)
9c.
14d.
Assorted Fittings
FX101
Coupler
1’’ or 1 1/2”
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FX102
FX103
FX104
FX105
Y FittingStreet 90o90o fitting T fitting
1’’ only
1” or 1 1/2”
1” or 1 1/2”
1” or 1 1/2”
FX106
FX107
Street 45o45o fitting
1” or 1 1/2”
1” or 1 1/2”
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Illustration No. Description
Part #
Specify Color/Finish/Model#
1a.
Full Size Directional Jet
87DIRECTXX Specify Color
1b.
Full Size Directional Jet Fitting
87ASSYWH
White
Full Size Directional Jet Fitting
87ASSYCL
Clear
2a.
Rotary Massage Jet
87SWIRLXX Specify Color
2b.
Rotary Massage Jet Fitting
87ASSYWH
White
Rotary Massage Jet Fitting
87ASSYCL
Clear
3a.StressEaz Jet
85SWIRLXX Specify Color
85ASSYWH
White
85ASSYCL
Clear
4a. (option)
Maint. Heater (Stainless Heat Tube)
8095THEAT ---
4b.
2pc. Heater Split Nut
---
---
4c.Gasket / O-Ring
---
---
4d.
---
---
Estate Bath Parts List
3b.StressEaz Fitting
StressEaz Fitting
1.5 in. x 1 in. Tailpiece
4e.
1.5 in. Tailpiece
8417SOCKET
---
4f.
1.5 in. Tailpiece 8417SPIGOT
---
5a.
65 Pump Union (incl o-ring)
8408FTG
---
5b.
1.5 in. Pump Union (incl o-ring)
8150UNION
---
o
5d.
1.75 HP-110V SS Pump 8108MOTOR
---
6a. (option)
2 HP-110V, 3-Speed Pump
8150MOTOR
---
6b. 1-Speed Timer Box
100820
---
(option)
3-Speed Timer Box
100390
---
Electronic On/Off Button
100667
---
6c.
8a.Suction Cover
8152HVSUCVRXXSpecify Color/Finish
8b.Suction Wall Fitting
8414FTG
White
Suction Wall Fiting
8413FTG
Clear
8c.Suction Nut
8411FTG ---
8d.
90 deg. (close fit)
8412FTG
---
9a. (option)
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901806GRAB
White
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901807GRAB
Biscuit
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901800GRAB
Chrome
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901801GRAB
Brass
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901804GRABGold
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901802GRABSatin Nickel
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901803GRAB
Polished Nickel
Bolt-On Grab Bar
901805GRAB
Oil Rubbed Bronze
9c. 1in. Check Valve Fitting
8441FTG
---
10a.Grab Bar
9017WHGRAB
White
Grab Bar
9017BIGRAB
Biscuit
Grab Bar
901710GRAB
Chrome
Grab Bar
901720GRAB
Brass
Grab Bar
901740GRABGold
Grab Bar
901760GRABSatin Nickel
Grab Bar
901770GRAB
Polished Nickel
Grab Bar
901780GRAB
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Grab Bar
4174ACROD Clear Acrylic/Specify Model #
4011GROMET
White
10b.Grommet
Grommet
4013GROMET
Grommet
4005GROMET
93CPDWO
Chrome
Brass
11a. (option)
Lift and Turn Waste & Overflow
Biscuit
Clear
Lift and Turn Waste & Overflow
93PBDWO
Lift and Turn Waste & Overflow
93SNDWOSatin Nickel
Lift and Turn Waste & Overflow
93PNDWO
Lift and Turn Waste & Overflow
93PGDWOGold
Lift and Turn Waste & Overflow
93ORBDWO
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Polished Nickel
Oil Rubbed Bronze
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Illustration No.
12a. (option)Geberit Cable Drive Waste & Overflow
--- Specifiy Color/Model #
13a.Vinyl Tubing
8140HOSE Specify Length
14a.
On/Off Air Button (Body)
8115BODY
14b.
On/Off Air Button (Cap)
8115BUTTNXXSpecify Color
Part #
Specify Color/Finish/Model#
---
14d.
1in. Plug
8421ftg
---
15a. (option)
Light Transformer
8330LIGHT --- 15b. (option)
Light Wall Fitting (incl. socket)
8260LIGHT ---
15c. (option)
Lense Removal Tool
---
---
1055
---
15d. (option)
Chromatherapy LED Light
16a. (option)
Hand Held Jet Barrel Assy. 87HHJETCL
---
16b. (option)
Hand Held Jet Hose
---
Estate Bath Parts List
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Description
8115HOSECH
16c. (option)
Hand Held Jet
8AII5HHJET
Specify Color
FX101
1” Coupler
8429010FTG ---
FX101
1 1/2” Coupler
8429015FTG
---
FX102
1” Y Fitting
8415FTG
---
FX103
1” St. 90 degree Fitting
8406010FTG
---
FX103
1 1/2” St. 90 degree Fitting
8409015FTG
---
FX104
1” 90 degree Fitting
8406010FTG
---
FX104
1 1/2” 90 degree Fitting
8406015FTG ---
FX105
1” T Fitting
8401010FTG
---
FX105
1 1/2” T Fitting
8401015FTG
---
FX106
1” St. 45 degree Fitting
8411202FTG ---
FX106
1 1/2” St. 45 degree Fitting
8411404FTG
---
FX107
1” 45 degree Fitting
8417010FTG
---
FX107
1 1/2” 45 degree Fitting
8417015FTG
---
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Aquatic Limited Lifetime Warranty
For Millennium, Infinity, Century, LuxeAir, and Estate Series Whirlpools, Serenity Air Baths, Serenity Studio,
HotSoak Series Baths and Restoration Series
Limited Warranty For Original Consumer For Household Usage
WHAT PRODUCTS ARE COVERED
Structures and surface finishes, pumps and blowers on the Millennium, Infinity, Century, LuxeAir, Estate, Serenity Air Baths, Serenity Studio, HotSoak, and
Restoration Series.
Warranty Periods for Specific Components
LIFETIME WARRANTY FOR WHIRLPOOL/AIR BATH/TUB SHELL, PUMP AND BLOWER
Aquatic extends to the original consumer purchaser of the acrylic, fiberglass reinforced shell, a non-transferable lifetime warranty that the shell will retain its
structural integrity and configuration and be free of water loss due to a defect in the tub shell. The warranty covers the tub shell and the factory installed pump
and blower against defects in material or workmanship. This warranty does not apply to all other components (attachments to the acrylic, fiberglass reinforced
shell, such as plumbing, fittings and other apparatus) because these pieces are covered below under a 2 Year Warranty.
LIFETIME SURFACE WARRANTY FOR FACE OF WHIRLPOOL/AIR BATH/TUB
The interior surface is warranted against fading, blistering, cracking and delamination due to defects in the surface materials for life. This surface warranty extends to defects due to surface material mixing or molding. This surface warranty does not apply to fading, cracking, delamination or blistering due to excessive
wear, sun fading or scouring due to cleaning.
2 YEAR EQUIPMENT WARRANTY FOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, COMPONENTS, CONTROLS & PLUMBING EQUIPMENT
All support equipment; components, controls and plumbing equipment are warranted for 2 years from date of purchase, but not more than 3 years from date
of manufacture, against defects in workmanship and materials. Light bulbs, fuses and pillows are not included in this two-year period. However, these accessories are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time of delivery to the original purchaser. Limited labor is covered for 2 years
from purchase, but never more than 3 years from date of manufacture, for limited labor on the support equipment, controls, and plumbing.
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
Aquatic will, at its option, repair or replace (without removal or installation) the affected components of any defective Unit or System; repair or replace (without
removal or installation) the entire defective Unit or System; or refund the then-current list price of the Whirlpool, Air Bath, or Tub. In all cases, a reasonable time
period must be allowed for warranty repairs to be completed.
WHAT YOU MUST DO
In order to make a claim under these warranties:
1. You must be the original consumer purchaser of the Whirlpool, Air Bath, or Tub.
2. You must promptly notify us within the warranty period of any defect and provide us with any substantiation that we may reasonably request.
Write to: Aquatic 1521 No. Cooper, Ste. 500 Arlington, TX 76011.
3.The Whirlpools, Air Baths, and Tubs must have been installed and maintained in accordance with good industry practice and the specific Aquatic directions
contained in the Owner’s Manual and Installation Guide.
EXCLUSIONS
These warranties do not extend to or do not cover defects caused by:
1.Shipping damage by carriers or installation errors.
2. Accident, acts of God, abuse or misuse.
3. Unreasonable use (including any use for non-bathing purposes or failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance as specified in Aquatic Owner’s
Manual and Installation Guide supplied with the Whirlpool, Air Bath or Tub).
4. Any alteration, customization, or modification of the Whirlpool/Air Bath/Tub or its components.
LIMITATIONS
1. Aquatic whirlpools and tubs sold for industrial, commercial and hotel use are warranted for two years, but not more than 3 years from date of manufacture,
with a 2 year limited warranty that the shell will retain its structural integrity and configuration and be free of water loss due to a defect in the tub. The interior
surface/face of the whirlpool/air bath/tub is warranted against fading, blistering, cracking and delamination due to defects in the surface materials for 2
years as well. All support equipment, components, controls and plumbing equipment and limited labor on the support equipment, controls, or plumbing
are warranted for 1 year from date of purchase, but not more than 2 years from date of manufacture. Pump seals, “O” rings, light bulbs, fuses and pillows
are not included in this two-year period. However, these accessories are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time of
delivery to the original purchaser.
2. In all cases, Aquatic reserves the right to fully satisfy its obligations under the Limited Warranties by refunding the then-current list price of the defective
Whirlpool, Air Bath, or Tub (or, if the Whirlpool, Air Bath, or Tub has been discontinued, of the most nearly comparable current product).
3.THESE WARRANTIES ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE TO ANY OTHER PURCHASER OR PARTY OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER. NO OTHER
AGENT OR PARTY CAN GIVE ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR PROMISE. THIS IS THE SOLE WARRANTY FOR YOUR Aquatic PRODUCT.
4. Aquatic will not cover any installation or reinstallation costs related to this warranty, except under the limited labor allowance under the 2 Year Equipment
Warranty above.
GENERAL
This warranty gives you specific legal rights; you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF
THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES HEREIN. Aquatic EXPRESSLY EXCLUDES INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, TO INCLUDE LOSS OF TIME,
INCONVENIENCE, OR LOSS OF USE OF RESIDENCE, FOR ANY BREACH OF THE EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW ANY LIMITATION ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES; SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
AQUATIC
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Revision #17
2/09