READ BEFORE USING HOT TUB
glass or objects containing glass are allowed in or anywhere around spa
- Do not have more people than seats in spa. Do not overload the spa.
not remove or alter the covers on the suction fittings. Never operate the spa
if the suction guard is missing or broken Keep hair and body parts away from
the suction guard. Do not allow long hair to float freely in the water.
be aware that in the cold months, the deck may become slippery due to ice
forming from water spillage of the hot tub. Be careful when entering or exiting
the hot tub.
not bring any object into the spa that could damage the spa shell.
insert any object into any spa opening.
not use breakable containers near, in or around the spa.
spa cover is not designed to support weight do not sit or stand on the cover.
any water or debris, which may collect on spa cover.
children under 14 away from the spa when not in use.
all chemicals away from children
with infections, open sores or wounds should not use the spa.
before and after using the spa.
� To reduce the risk of injury or drowning: consult your physician about the
possible side effects of any medications you may be taking before using the
spa. Heat from the water, in conjunction with some medications may cause
drowsiness and increase the risk of drowning. Others can affect blood pressure,
heart rate, and circulation.
not use the spa immediately after strenuous exercise.
you feel pain or dizziness at any time while using the spa, discontinue use and
contact a physician.
� To reduce the risk of injury: It is especially important for persons over the
age of 35 or persons with pre-existing health problems, such as obesity, heart
disease, high or low blood pressure, circulatory problems or diabetes to
consult their physician before using the spa.
all electrical appliances such as radios, telephones, televisions and lights at
least five feet (1.52 meters) from the water.
� Risk of drowning: Use extreme caution to prevent unauthorized and
unsupervised use of the spa by children. Children must always be supervised.
� To reduce the risk of drowning: Never use the spa alone; children should not
use the spa unless they are supervised by an adult; keep pets away from the spa
at all times; always replace the spa cover and lock when not in use.
� To reduce the risk of injury: The water temperature should never exceed 104
degrees. Temperatures between 100 - 104 are considered to be safe for healthy
adults. However, if you plan to remain in the spa for more than 10 to 15
minutes, a lower temperature is recommended. Lower temperatures are also
recommended for children. Children should not be allowed to swim under the
surface of the water in the spa.
� Pregnant women should consult with their physician before using the spa.
Pregnant women should not use the spa if the water temperature is above 100
� To reduce the risk of drowning: Prolonged immersion in the spa may cause
hyperthermia, a dangerous condition, which occurs when the internal body
temperature rises several degrees above the normal body temperature of 98.6
degrees. The symptoms of hyperthermia are nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and
fainting. Effects include: a lack of awareness, inability to perceive heat or
danger and a greater risk of drowning due to a loss of consciousness. Special
note: Individuals suffering from hyperthermia may be unable to realize that
they must exit the spa and they also may be physically unable to do so.
� To reduce the risk of drowning: Do not use the spa if you are under the
influence of alcohol or drugs. Heat from the water, in conjunction with alcohol
or drugs can cause loss of consciousness.