What should I do if my spa tub or spa cover air bladder does not hold air?

First, make sure the air valve is firmly secured and properly closed (consult manual for proper air valve operation), then use the back of your hand to feel if there is any leakage on the Spa tub or cover air bladder. If no leakage is located, you can also put liquid soap in a squirt bottle and spray it onto the seams and around the valve base. If there is a leak it will create bubbles revealing the air leak. After the leakage is located, repair it with a repair patch or repair kit that is available for purchase from the local service center.