We have water in the button to turn the jets on so now they won't work. How do we get the water out?
The button is likely an "air switch" which uses a push button to send a puff of air down a tube to activate the switch at the other end. Since 99.9% of jetted tub makers no longer can use an electrical switch mounted at the surface of the tub, due to the possibility of contact with water (shock hazard).
The best way to clear the tube of any water is to remove the access panel (if you have one) on the tub, otherwise, you'll have to gain access from an adjoining room via a wall, etc. You can try to suction the wate from the tube, if you can remove the push button from the tub. I would try using a turkey baster or eye dropper to extract the water from the tube, but as I stated, the best way is to gain access to the inside of the tub components and remove the switch tube that way. It is possible that the push bulb switch has become disconnected from the actual switch mechanism and you'll need to reattach it anyway.
Check your owners manual to see where the switch is located, in case you need to get at the controls via cutting through an adjoining wall. This is why the manufacturer's all say these types of tubs should always be installed to allow access to the inside components for servicing, in case repairs are needed. Just an FYI, it is easier to repair and replace a small piece of drywall 16" by 16" than to have to repair tile work, etc. Of course, it all depends on what you're good at!
You might also want to contact Kohler to talk with one of their customer service people and see what they recommend you try. 1-800-456-4537
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