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srikseenappa

04:50PM | 09/15/07
Member Since: 09/14/07
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Bvplumbing
Hi,

When I turned on my Jacuzzi yesterday, and got into it along with my 3 yr old, my wife who was in the down stairs living room ran up to let me know that she was seeing water drip on the outside of the house from where the Jacuzzi is located.

I immediately turned it off.

I turned it on again today, to see from where it was leaking and could not find it anything.

This is a mysterious leak and has happened for the second time. Last time it happened, was 7 months ago, and again we could not find the leak. We waited for the ceiling to dry up in the living room and painted it back. It never re-occurred until yesterday.

Please help me in getting to the bottom of this MYSTERIOUS leak. I live in constant fear that this might happen again.

I have got mixed response from all the plumbers that I have called. Some of them want to open up the ceiling in the living room in the 1stfloor and others want to open up the tiles in front of the jacuzzi in the master bathroom on the 2nd floor

Sylvan

07:59AM | 09/16/07
Member Since: 01/24/06
1512 lifetime posts
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I have got mixed response from all the plumbers that I have called. Some of them want to open up the ceiling in the living room in the 1stfloor and others want to open up the tiles in front of the jacuzzi in the master bathroom on the 2nd floor

The plumbers made the correct call BUT I would first try to check the gouting around it to see if any is open by the floor near it
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