Setting up your Plunge (Cold-Only)

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The following explains how to set up the plunge standard and XL models that do not heat. 


STEP 1: Location Requirements

Place the tub on a flat surface and make sure it can support 1,200 lbs. and keep it 5 feet from any other appliances.

Place the chiller behind the tub with 12’’ between the chiller and the wall for proper air flow. 

Let the chiller rest for 4 hours before turning on to allow the coolant to settle.

Not doing so could result in issues with your chiller.




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STEP 2: Attach the "in" connection

Screw on the "In" connection from the water pump to the "In" connector on the chiller.


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STEP 3: Fill the Plunge

Attach the included carbon hose filter to a hose. Run water through it into a drain until the water turns clear. Then, fill the Plunge with water.

Recommended water level:

Indoor = 4.5" from the top

Outdoor = 3" from the top


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STEP 4: Attach the "out" connection

Screw on the "Out" connection from the water filter on the "Out" connector on the chiller.

DO NOT connect the "Out" connection until the Plunge is half full.


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STEP 5: Plug in the Plunge

Plug the main cord from the electrical box into a GFCI outlet (110-120v).

  • Standard = 15 Amp breaker
  • Pro/XL = 20 Amp breaker
  • Check for water flowing out of jets.

DO NOT move onto the next step if no water is flowing from the jets.


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STEP 6: Plug in the chiller

Plug the chiller into the empty outlet in the electrical box.


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STEP 7: Set Temperature

Set the chiller to the desired temp, hold the "Set" button until you hear a beep and see the numbers flashing, then press up or down arrow. Press "Set" to lock in the set temp.

It will keep the water within 3 degrees of your set temp.


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STEP 8: Operate Light

Check to make sure your light works by pushing the on/off via the silver button on the front-side of the tub.


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Step 9: Attach Phone Mount

Install the phone/tablet mount by attaching the
two suction cups to the Plunge and rotating each
one clockwise until fully secure.

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