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    Rod Kidman May 11, 2010

    is there an error code on the panel when this is happening?

  • Rod Kidman
    Rod Kidman May 11, 2010

    We need a bit more information before we can solve this for you.
    Is there an error code in the window when this problem happens?
    What is the control box number?


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What control box is under the spa? Get that information, contact the Mfg of the box and they can tell you the solution to the error code in the panel.

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