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 11 
 on: February 20, 2017, 11:28:00 AM 
Started by premier - Last post by juliah
The questions this raises are:
Is your drain line plumbed to your steam room or to a drain near the steam generator.
The water solenoid is allowing what to enter but not stop because the water probe is not getting a signal that the tank is full.  This would not be a heating element issues.
If the drain pipe is not piped into the steam line to discharge in you shower, then I would look to the water probe that is not getting satisfied on water so it cause your tank to overfill and the only place the extra water can escape is through the steam line.

 12 
 on: February 19, 2017, 02:04:20 PM 
Started by Proth - Last post by Proth
Will thermasol OTC control be compatible with 19 year old unit model 240/serial number 240-8296?

 13 
 on: February 17, 2017, 06:24:40 PM 
Started by premier - Last post by premier
I have a steamist generator SM 7 has been working great for years but now water flows out of the steamhead and we have no steam, and  the valve does not shut off. I turn it off power and still has water pouring out of steamhead.
Is it my heating element? or is it the water solenoid valve?

 14 
 on: February 15, 2017, 09:12:38 AM 
Started by hubbardalicia - Last post by juliah
You will LOVE the addition of aroma oils to your sauna experience.  The most "popular" aroma is Eucalyptus, hands down.  Since this is typically the aroma used in health clubs, it is what many sauna bathers are already accustomed to when bringing this wonderful amenity to their homes.

But this is a very personal experience and your essential oils should be selected by preference.  When do you sauna?  If you are looking for an energizing pick-me-up, Eucalyptus may be the aroma for you.  If you typically take a sauna before bed to wind down, you may prefer lavender.  Many sauna bathers mix and match, as each essential oil has its own benefits.

Our Aromamist line has a large variety of 4oz spray bottles for misting the essential oils directly into the sauna room.  Do not place aroma on the sauna heater rocks.

There is no scientific data to prove which oils perform the best as everyone is different.

Here is a link to our Aromamist line of essentials oils
http://www.steamsaunabath.com/catalog/aroma-oils-c-69_84.html?page=1&sort=5a&filter_id=31


 15 
 on: February 15, 2017, 03:16:35 AM 
Started by hubbardalicia - Last post by hubbardalicia
Hey, I have heard that aromatherapy has got a number of advantages, including anxiety reduction, energy boosting, headache elimination and pain reduction. I feel so stressed these days and I think that I am paying less attention to my health. I have heard that wellness treatment center can provide such treatments, and I am planning to try that out. What are the oils that are used in the treatment? Can that treatment cause any allergies? Please give some genuine replies and suggestions. Thanks in advance.

 16 
 on: February 15, 2017, 02:47:16 AM 
Started by sarafina - Last post by hubbardalicia
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 17 
 on: February 02, 2017, 10:13:27 AM 
Started by phoenixbac - Last post by juliah
Hello,

Steam Spa is not a top seller.  Your best to stick with Thermasol or Mr Steam who are large companies with a long history in the steam world with trust worthy Warranty and support.  Thermasol will give you that fast start of steam in 60 seconds and constant steam at a constant rate.  Mr steam does not provide constant steam but you can order the Express steam option if you want steam in 60 seconds.  Also, Thermasol has a powerflush to delime the unit and Mr. Steam has the option to add an autoflush for maintenance draining.  The Steam Spa may be showing a bit less expensive because the other manufacturers Express Steam and Autodrain are add-on options.  Remember, you get what you pay for.

 18 
 on: February 01, 2017, 02:25:57 PM 
Started by phoenixbac - Last post by phoenixbac
Hello All,

I am going to be installing a steam unit in a new bathroom.  I have been researching different units and have narrowed it down to Steam Spa, Thermasol or Mr. Steam.  The Steam Spa was recommended as a great unit with lifetime warranty, but I can't find enough reviews on it to pull the trigger.  It comes with auto drain, continuous steam and quick start (60 seconds to steam).  It is also the cheapest.  The Thermasol is the highest rated and has the same options as the Steam Spa, but is by far the most expensive. Then there is the Mr. Steam.  A very good unit, but doesn't have the continuous steam function.  Any thoughts or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.   

 19 
 on: January 16, 2017, 12:15:55 AM 
Started by Jamie - Last post by bathhomeward
Having fabulous amount of room for bathing, sauna is situated in Chicago. Steam-room is very humid

 20 
 on: November 10, 2016, 09:32:21 AM 
Started by Rich594 - Last post by Rich594
When we built our house we had our steam generator installed but didn't get the doors for the shower.  We finally are getting doors made and intend to begin using the generator.  Since it was never used is there anything specific we should do maintenance-wise before we turn it on?
Thanks,
Rich

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