That would completely depend on the flow rate from the source. There Is no standard answer to what your fill rate would be. If you calculate the mount of water coming from the hose by timing how long it takes to fill a 5 gallon bucket, then calculate the volume of the pool, you can then estimate how long the fill of the pool will take.
it takes about 24 hour to fill a 12K gallon pool with a single garden hose. it will depend on water pressure and hose or line size but this should give you a good idea.
If you live in a town that has good water pressure and you are using your hose and your neighbor's hose, it should take 24 to 30 hours.
With a standard garden hose, about 24 hours
If you use a garden hose, about 1 to 1.5 hours
With a water hose with 5/8 " line aprox. 40 hours.
Fill a gallon bucket, timing how long it takes to do so. Then fill your hot tub using the same source... example: if you filled the bucket with a hose, then fill the tub using the same hose. Then time how long it takes to fill the tub and divide the time it takes to fill the tub by the time it takes to fill the bucket and then you know how many gallons it is.
The average hose will put out about 5 gallons a minute. That will take 24 hours of steady filling. Depending on the actual output of your hose.
Around 3 days depending on water pressure.
Assuming the buckets are identical... Hose 1 fills 1/45 per minute and hose 2 fills 1/30 per minute, so together in one minute they would fill 1/45 + 1/30 ie 5/90 or 1/18, ie the bucket would be filled in 18 minutes.
around 20 hours with a 3/4 inch garden hose hose. Closer to 24 hours with a half inch hose.
That is how you are supposed to fill your hot tub.
You would remove the tank and pour it out of the fill hose.
Thermostat stuck closed.
Calculate how long it takes to fill a one gallon container or a bigger one so as to get a better average and multiply the time it takes by 10000. If you use a 5 gallon container multiply it by 2000.
I would suggest you obtain a PRESTONE flush and fill kit at a auto store. There is detailed directions on the package. Also pick-up a can of flush and a gallon or two of antifreeze. You will be inserting a fitting into the return hose from your heater core and hooking up a garden hose. After the flush is run thru the rad the garden hose does the work. Does a good job.
with a hose
because you have the nozzle jammed too far into the tank
It would be one you dig with a shovel and fill with your garden hose. Really.
The '94 had two sizes. 22 gallon and 33 gallon. If you get below a quarter tank, and it takes 25 gallons or more to fill up, you can assume you have a 33 gallon tank! I have put almost 34 gallons in my 91 Chevy Van that I bought new. In 17 years, I have come to know that Van pretty well. Could be I was almost dry and the fill hose holds a gallon.
It would take approximately 9 hours, 22 minutes, and 30 seconds to fill a 15,000 gallon pool with a garden house that blasts out 1,600 gallons an hour. But that does not take into account chemical levels. In order to have a safe pool, free of infection-causing bacteria, you would need to adjust the pH level and total alkaline level of your pool.
first you have to diassemble the tank and stick a hose in the opening of the tank and suck on the hose ( clear hose recommended) until you get gas and fill up what ever you need to fill up
No time at all, since the oceans are already full.
In order to siphon the fuel out of the tank you need to remove the fill hose from the tank. The hose is difficult to get to but it can be done. Once the fill hose is removed you can then slip your siphon hose into the tank. Try not to allow any dirt to get into the tank during the process.
Low pressure hose - larger hose from the A/C compressor