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Hydro-Force 71" x 26" Havana Inflatable Hot Tub Spa EXPIRED

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Walmart has Hydro-Force 71" x 26" Havana Inflatable Hot Tub Spa (2-4 Person) for $197. Shipping is free.

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  • Spa
  • Cover
  • Spa Pump
  • ChemConnect Dispenser
  • Filter Cartridge (VI)
  • Repair Kit
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Looks like a rebranded Coleman by Bestway with a freezing feature other Coleman's don't have.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hydro-...dsrc=staff
  • Size: 71 in. x 26 in. (1.80 m x 66 cm)
  • Perfect size for up to 4 adults
  • Easy-to-reach digital control panel heats water up to 40˚C (104˚F)
  • The AirJets release warm air into the water, surrounding you with a calming bubble massage
  • DuraPlus™ material is stress tested to offer superior durability and retains its shape no matter how many times it's inflated and deflated
  • Freeze Shield™ automatic heating function protects the pump and liner in cold weather by keeping the temperature just above freezing
  • Spa can be used in cold temperatures above 14˚F (-10˚C) - follow winter use instructions in the user manual to avoid Error codes
  • Power Saving Timer allows you to control the temperature of your spa up to 40 days in advance
  • Reinforced cover holds in heat when the spa isn't in use
  • Integrated water filtration system
  • ChemConnect™ chemical dispenser evenly disperses a stable level of chlorine
  • Fast and easy setup using the included spa pump
  • Spa pump includes cup holders for convenient storage
  • Water Capacity (80%): 177 gal. (669 L)
  • Contents: 1 spa, 1 cover, 1 spa pump, 1 ChemConnect™ dispenser, 1 filter cartridge (VI), 1 repair kit
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Last Edited by Minerva66 December 6, 2020 at 06:17 PM



Californians:
All models inflatable spas have become illegal for sale in California due to the inability to test to an efficiency level established for rigid or soft spas. Liberal nanny state

We wont be able to buy this...
sucks doughnut?

This deal is dead but in case anyone reads this in the future:
1) Setup isn't at all intuitive. I found a video on a similar unit and setup is exactly the same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3...y&index=26

2) There's a California version of the hot tub, which I bought for $247 on Black Friday https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hydro-...f5a59eef28.
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Dang!!! They pulled the double bait and switch on us!!! OMG

I'm not gonna bother Jessica again, but c'mon man. I guess ultimately I am glad I am getting something sooner rather than having to wait two months. Already got rain coming for 2 days before I get the new cover EEK!
Poor Jessica....

I got notification mine was delivered. I'm scared to look to see what it is.

**just the inflatable ring here. It is bigger than I expected. it looks like it will just fit the entire inner area. Should work for what I need it for. Still not too happy about the flimsy cover though. I may try to attach the inflatable to the cover with some heavy duty velcro that I have here in the house**
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Can anyone help me out? I set it up as instructed, connect hose and turn on. It stays on and inflates for like 10 seconds and then shuts off with the 02 code..I can't even get it inflated
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Not going to be "enough" likely but mine was making an annoying hum... I put a piece of cardboard under the pump unit and it helped greatly.
Thanks, that's a good idea. Coincidentally, we emptied our hot tub yesterday because the water was already green after a week (we're hadn't gotten around to getting chemicals yet) so we're refilling it right now. It also gave us an opportunity to pick up some mats from Harbor Freight so we're adding those under the hot tub and I'll try it under the pump too.
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Can anyone help me out? I set it up as instructed, connect hose and turn on. It stays on and inflates for like 10 seconds and then shuts off with the 02 code..I can't even get it inflated
I noticed on the (horrible) instructions that it said not to block the air flowing out of the screw-on nozzle of the hose, did you block that by chance? Blocking it would lead to excessive air pressure. My first inclination was to block it, but once I figured out how it all worked it made sense not to.
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Can anyone help me out? I set it up as instructed, connect hose and turn on. It stays on and inflates for like 10 seconds and then shuts off with the 02 code..I can't even get it inflated
...I did this. As mentioned previously the directions are horrible. You have to unscrew the 2 black "stoppers" on the inside of the tub. They block the water when you need to service or check the pump.... But they come screwed on and cause this issue until removed
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For anyone who has this how long does it take to heat the water? I had a faulty pump when I first opened it that wouldn't work. Today I received the new pump it inflated but unfortunately doesn't seem to be heating the water. The weather here is 75 degrees the pump has been on for a hour and it's only showing 81 degrees.

How long does this thing take to heat up? Appreciate any feedback.
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For anyone who has this how long does it take to heat the water? I had a faulty pump when I first opened it that wouldn't work. Today I received the new pump it inflated but unfortunately doesn't seem to be heating the water. The weather here is 75 degrees the pump has been on for a hour and it's only showing 81 degrees.

How long does this thing take to heat up? Appreciate any feedback.
It takes a long time!!! Like a degree or 2 an hour in colder weather. Seems like you are on the right pace for a bit warmer
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For anyone who has this how long does it take to heat the water? I had a faulty pump when I first opened it that wouldn't work. Today I received the new pump it inflated but unfortunately doesn't seem to be heating the water. The weather here is 75 degrees the pump has been on for a hour and it's only showing 81 degrees.

How long does this thing take to heat up? Appreciate any feedback.
6 degrees in one hour is super fast. I was doing 1-2 degrees an hour in 30ish degree weather
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...I did this. As mentioned previously the directions are horrible. You have to unscrew the 2 black "stoppers" on the inside of the tub. They block the water when you need to service or check the pump.... But they come screwed on and cause this issue until removed
i don't know what the inside stoppers have to do with pumping it up, the pumping is not connected to the inside. That is for the water to go into the heating unit thing. i only took them off after im done pumping. There is a black thing that came with the unit with a rubber ring. Take it out of the plastic, don't use the ring it didn't fit for me. Just screw on that black thing to where you pump, then unscrew the cap to start pumping. You can look up some videos on youtube as well with similar models, don't have to be exact one they all pump the same way.
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Can anyone help me out? I set it up as instructed, connect hose and turn on. It stays on and inflates for like 10 seconds and then shuts off with the 02 code..I can't even get it inflated
I ran into the same issue, it would run for a few seconds then stop and give me the error code of 02. Immediately when you turn it on, I believe two of the icons/controls turn on (turn red). Only one of them is needed to blow up the hot tub. Turn off the other icon then it won't shut off and give you an error code. I am not at home or else I would look myself.
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I ran into the same issue, it would run for a few seconds then stop and give me the error code of 02. Immediately when you turn it on, I believe two of the icons/controls turn on (turn red). Only one of them is needed to blow up the hot tub. Turn off the other icon then it won't shut off and give you an error code. I am not at home or else I would look myself.
Exactly. If only pumping it up this will help although I still had an issue as I think it still "sees" a blockage. I believe it defaults to turning on the pump and heat... You have to turn off the heat because that tries to heat the water and it course that isn't what you want right now. Possibly a design flaw? I just removed the 2 stoppers. Easy fix
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I am almost done with my winter retreat, just need to let the water heatup:

Hot tub with warranty $245

Field and Stream Insulated Fishing Shelter $230
https://www.dickssportinggoods.co...451:320230

Harbor Freight Anti Fatigue Mats x 4 $28
https://www.harborfreight.com/4-p...94635.html

Ikea Marius Stool x 2 $12
https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/mari...-90184047/

Battery Operated Globe Lights $17
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Spa Maintenance (Bromine, Calcium, PH booster and test strips) $50

Cheap hot tub has turned into a money pit. laugh out loud
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Exactly. If only pumping it up this will help although I still had an issue as I think it still "sees" a blockage. I believe it defaults to turning on the pump and heat... You have to turn off the heat because that tries to heat the water and it course that isn't what you want right now. Possibly a design flaw? I just removed the 2 stoppers. Easy fix
Are you guys sure? To blow up the tub (and use the air pump in general) you push the bubble button (button on the bottom). You do not push the heat or the water pump button; the heat button the is one that auto turns the water pump button on.

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I am almost done with my winter retreat, just need to let the water heatup:

Hot tub with warranty $245

Field and Stream Insulated Fishing Shelter $230
https://www.dickssportinggoods.co...451:320230

Harbor Freight Anti Fatigue Mats x 4 $28
https://www.harborfreight.com/4-p...94635.html

Ikea Marius Stool x 2 $12
https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/mari...-90184047/

Battery Operated Globe Lights $17
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Spa Maintenance (Bromine, Calcium, PH booster and test strips) $50

Cheap hot tub has turned into a money pit. laugh out loud
LMAO aint that the truth. I considered a shelter, but I think it will be worse. I guess it depends where you are are. For me, being out there in the cold air, buck naked, and with a clear crystal sky looking up at the stars is as good as it gets. But, I don't have any neighbors around that can see me.

Also, I think the tub is better without seats, it's very comfortable with foam below and the inflated sides. You honestly have to be careful to not fall asleep in the thing, it is THAT comfortable.
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Are you guys sure? To blow up the tub (and use the air pump in general) you push the bubble button (button on the bottom). You do not push the heat or the water pump button; the heat button the is one that auto turns the water pump button on.



LMAO aint that the truth. I considered a shelter, but I think it will be worse. I guess it depends where you are are. For me, being out there in the cold air, buck naked, and with a clear crystal sky looking up at the stars is as good as it gets. But, I don't have any neighbors around that can see me.

Also, I think the tub is better without seats, it's very comfortable with foam below and the inflated sides. You honestly have to be careful to not fall asleep in the thing, it is THAT comfortable.
...... Mine just started up, I didn't push anything. It turned on the heat and the bacon symbol. Ha
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Does anyone know if there is a way to add the 4-Year Accident Protection Plan (for Pools $150-$199.99) for $45? When I click on view eligible plans in my purchase history on Walmart's website, it says the 4-Year Accident Protection Plan (for Pools $350-$399.99) for Hydro-Force Havana Inflatable Hot Tub Spa is $75. Since the hot tub was only $197 when I purchased it (current price is $399.99), I would think the protection plan should correspond to the price paid and not the current retail price.

It looks like I can purchase a protection plan separately but I'm not sure how/if it will get linked to my hot tub purchase automatically, or if this is even the correct plan to cover the this particular hot tub.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/4-Year.../531201028

If anyone knows how these protection plans work, or has any input with this situation, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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