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We have a Royal Spa Float Tank and we're having trouble with our ozone filter. We think it is not working at all has there is no champaign bubbles inside the pod when the pumps are working.

The ozone tube was yellowish. So we changed the ozone tube and the one way valve. Did not make any difference.

Since we changed our UV filter about 6 months ago, and installed a combo UV/ozone filter, we tried to swith to this one... and still nothing works.

Any advice? Suggestions? Things to lookl at?

We are from Quebec City!
Merci!!

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Hi,

I just bought the ozone test strip. What is the level/concentration of ozone are we looking for?

Merci!

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Ozone works at very low levels...just a few hundredths ppm. If you get ozone reading, it is likely working fine. You might need to consider your other maintenance procedures. Do you shock regularly?
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Before you go dismantling anything, why do you think your sanitation system isn't working properly?

That is a good ozonator. If it was replaced recently, there is no reason to think it doesn't work, but certainly you can buy test strips to check.

https://www.amazon.com/Ozone-Test-Paper-Pack-12/dp/B006BCPFSS/

For the injector, don't worry about the spring and ball valve. It doesn't have anything to do with the function of the injector, only to prevent water from backing up when it is turned off, but I'm sure you have a check valve and probably a hartford loop to prevent that.

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Hi Kane,

Thanks for your answer.

The ozone/uv fiilter we had installed about 6 months ago is this one:

https://www.royalspa.com/parts/ozone-uv-combo-unit-for-float-pods/

How can we tell it is properly instal and that it is working?

I don't know what is the ozone output.

As far as the Venturi injector (see photo) , it has not been changed. Could that be the problem? How do you change that? I just found this image on the web and realised that we do not have the spring, the port ball and the gasket....

We are far from beeig pro in maintance. We have the float for 3 years now (we bought it second hand) and eveything was working fine until about 6 months ago. I you can help, it would be great.

Merci!!

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What type of ozonator do you have? Do you know its ozone output? Also, if properly injected (with venturi injector), you will not see any "champaign" bubbles, because the venturi injector atomizes the gas. The bubble are so small, it will simply make the solution opaque. You should also be able to smell the ozone. It has a clean smell to it.

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