5020 Filter – July, 2009 Softubs And Newer (For 5 1/2″ Drain Caps)

Original price was: $49.95.Current price is: $44.95.

The original Softub brand filter fits 5 1/2″ Softub drain caps. Change your filter when you refill your Softub!

Measure Your Filter Carefully! Filters Are Non-Refundable & Non-Returnable! There are two filter sizes, one for a 4″ drain cap and one for a 5 1/2″ drain cap. See the diagrams and disclaimers below.

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5020 Filter - July, 2009 Softubs And Newer (For 5 1/2" Drain Caps)

This is the Softub brand filter for Softubs manufactured in July, 2009 or later (up to the present).

This filter fits all Softub sizes – T-140, T-220, T-300 – of 2009 and newer Softubs.

Check To Purchase The Right Filter!


To make sure you order the right filter, remove the filter you have now. On the bottom end of the filter you will see the Softub logo image, and then the part number: PN# 2003905 or Sku Number 5020.

5020 Top View

This filter will fit only Softub Spas made June, 2009 and later. Measure the flange that attaches the filter to your Softub’s drain cap (suction cover). The drain cap will measure roughly 5 1/2″ and the filter’s opening will also measure approximately 5 1/2″. This filter will not fit a Softub made before June, 2009, with the 4″ drain cap. Earlier models will require a smaller offset filter flange.

Another way to know if this is the right filter for your Softub, is that your drain cap (suction cover) will have 2 screws on the outer rim to hold the cap in place.

Drain Cap / Suction Cover For 5020

Avoid buying the wrong filter by making sure that the filter you order is the one that will fit your Softub!

There Are No Exchanges, Returns Or Refunds On Filters!

Please take great care when selecting the right filter for your Softub: there are no returns, exchanges or refunds if you order the wrong filter. Measure both the white drain cap and your filter’s collar/flange: they will both measure either 5 1/2 inches or 4 inches in diameter.

Directions For Use

Removing The Filter: The filter has a hard rubber neck that must be warmed to become soft and flexible before attempting to remove it from the drain cap. Not warming the filter could result in damage to your drain cap. If the tub water is cold or the tub is dry, pour some hot tap water over the filter flange to soften it before gently loosening the filter.

Installing The Filter: The filter has a hard rubber neck that must be warmed to become soft and flexible enuogh to push it onto the drain cap. Soak the filter flange in hot water in your tub or run it under hot water from your sink. Only then make the attempt to push the filter into place.

Break Your Drain Cap? If for some reason your old drain cap/suction cover breaks or cracks, you will need to replace it with a Drain Cap/Suction Cover


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