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Winterizing a spa or hot tub if done properly is a complicated procedure. It is my opinion that it should be done by a spa / hot tub service center, that will guarantee that you will not have a freeze up, or if you do that they will repair all damages done by the freeze up at no cost to you. A frozen spa can be very pricey to fix.
With that in mind here are some basic winterizing tips. Keep in mind however that not all spas or hot tubs are plumbed the same, so please refer to your owners manual and the dealer you purchased your tub from before attempting this.
In the spring, or when you are ready to start the tub back up.
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