Changing the Filter (Plunge All-In)

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Tubs Compatible With These Instructions: 

  • Plunge All-In
  • Plunge All-In Commercial 
  • Plunge All-In Commercial Max

Changing the filter 

  1. Pause or turn off your Plunge, then double-check that there are no jets running. 
  2. Remove the circular filter housing cover by lightly pressing it to lift it. 
  3. If the filter housing lid is too tight, you can use the provided filter wrench to twist it open to reveal the filter.
  4. Take the dirty filter out and place the clean filter in. Please make sure that it is fully set in the filter housing before screwing the lid back on. Ensure the filter is seated correctly in the housing by following these guidelines:
    1. Properly Seated Filter: The nodule at the bottom of the filter assembly will fit into the center hole of the filter. The filter will sit straight up and will not be touching the walls of the filter housing at all. There will be a gap between the filter and the housing all the way around.
    2. Improperly Seated Filter:
      The filter will not be sitting straight up and down and will be resting against the wall of the filter housing.
  5. Check to make sure the o-ring is still seated at the top of the filter housing and there is no debris in the crevice. 
  6. Screw the filter housing lid back on and make sure to hand tighten only. Be careful not to over tighten because it can strip the threading. If there is resistance when screwing the lid on, make sure to check that your filter is set before continuing. 

Frequency Requirements: 

  • Plunge All-In Residential - Every 3 weeks at minimum
  • Plunge All-In Commercial - Every week at minimum
  • Plunge All-In Commercial Max - Every week at minimum


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