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Old 04-11-2009, 01:40 PM   #1
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jet tub install

i'm putting in a jet tub and the instructions say to put the feet of the tub in some thinset to reduce noise. can i just use some pl to glue it down? and is there any other ways to reduse the some insluation close to the motor?


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Glue will not do. We use mortar or thinset or plaster. Why... easy to just throw down in a puddle and wiggle tub into place. All voids are filled and it is fully supported. Not a good idea to block air flow around the motor. It needs this space to remain cool.


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Ditto on what Bob says.
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