Setting Up The Plunge All-In

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Step 1: Location requirements

  • When you place the Plunge you want to make sure there’s at least 16 inches of clearance on end with where the component parts live. 
  • On the front side there should be at least 12 inches of space to access the drain and on the back you only need 4 inches.
  • We recommend having around 4 inches of clearance from the wall on the other end of the tub so you can lean your head back. 
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Step 2: Fill The Plunge

Attach the included carbon hose filter to a garden hose. Run water through it into a drain until the water turns clear. Then, fill the Plunge with water. 
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Step 3: Plug In the Plunge

Once the tub is full you can plug your plunge into
an outlet with a dedicated 120V 15A circuit.
Note: Ensure the Plunge has rested for at least
20 minutes for coolant to settle before plugging
it into the outlet.
Note: If you plan to use an extension cord, it
needs to be 12 gauge to give the Plunge sufficient
power up to 25ft.
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Step 4: Turning the Plunge On

  • Locate the two buttons on the power cord that say “test” and “reset”. 
  • Press the “reset” button to turn it on. 
  • You should hear the jets turn on and see the screen on the back light up with the current temperature. 
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Step 5: Set Your Temperature

Press the up and down arrows on the back of the tub to set your desired temperature. The blue arrow indicates cooling, and the red arrow indicates heating.

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Step 6: Operate Light

To operate the light, just press the button with the light bulb to turn it on and press it again to turn it off. 

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Step 7: To Pause the Jets

For a quieter Plunge experience, you can pause the jets by pressing the pause button. It will pause in increments of 15 minutes up to an hour. Once the timer runs out, the jets will turn back on and resume circulating the water. 

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