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Hot tub breaker keeps tripping

The gfi circuitbreaker started tripping out of the blue; I disconnected the power from the motherboard and breaker did not trip,which indicates to me the powerfeed is ok.,reconnected it to the motherboard with all accessories unplugged and breaker tripped again.Does this mean the board went bad or am I barking up the wrong tree?Any help would be appreciated.

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You are exatly right. It's really not that uncommon for Older models to have faulty motherboards. Once you replace that, it should be working new.

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I hate to be the bearer of bad news but more than likely the spa pack is fried. I can't say this with 100% certainty without being on site, but if there was an electrical problem and the spa has no power more than likely you're up the creek.
To be sure I'm correct in this assumption, we need to check a couple things. Make sure that you have 220 going to the pack. Use a meter to make sure you have 110 going to both of the hot terminals. There should be a wiring diagram on the back side of the spa pack cover.
If you have the proper power to the pack check the fuses next. Typically there are 2 or 3 fuses on a spa pack. There will be a smaller glass fuse that if blown can create the illusion that the spa is dead. If all the fuses are in tact you're unfortunately done. Colman spas have been out of production for quite a while. If the pack is blown there will not be a readily available OEM replacement pack. I guess it's possible to install a newer pack and get it back up and running but it would be a major undertaking that would cost more than the spa is worth. More than likely your boss was aware of this, and that is why he gave you the spa for free. Sorry man!

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Electricity went out in 1 circuit while using my table saw w/washer going. I replaced the breaker & have 240 volts comming out of it but no electricity to receptacles or switches, So I replaced all...

In workshop areas, the NEC specifies GFCI (ground fault circuit interruptor) outlets.
If you replaced any GFCI outlets, there could be 2 possible problems:
(1) modern GFCI outlets will pass zero voltage if wired backwards (i.e. a load/feed reversal).
check the load/feed wiring of all GFCI outlets, to make sure its correct.
The feed side of the GFCI outlet is wired directly to the breaker, and the load side feeds power
to the remainder (the downstream side) of the circuit (therefore protecting the entire downstream
side of the circuit).
(2) older GFCI outlets could need to be reset if wired correctly - check the reset button(s) just to
make sure that they (and any downstream outlets) are receiving voltage.
Assuming that no GFCI outlets were part of the replacement process (or that your GFCI outlets
are correctly wired), your check for the presence of 240 VAC
should begin at the outlet/switch closest to the 240VAC double pole breaker, and proceed from there (looking for that 240VAC at each device with your 2-prong tester) along to the end
of the circuit until the problem is identified.
What this implies is that you have created (or will create) a schematic or circuit diagram of the
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resource to trace the possible sources of the problem from the breaker to the problem.
Here's the question I would want you to answer as you create your circuit diagram:
How did a 240V table saw get on the same circuit as a 120V washer and/or 120V switch(es)?
It seems like during the process of circuit tracing/diagram creation, you may find
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What I would suspect is a wiring problem/mistake with the 1st device (switch or outlet) that is
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Another thing to check is that your shop may be on its own sub-panel, with the table saw
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In this case, the fix would be to reset the double pole breaker in the main panel that feeds the
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The last thing to suspect/check for is a fault in the wire itself, which is the most difficult problem to
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the wire as it leaves the breaker box to the point where the electrical field disappears.
At the point (point in the wire/outlet/switch) where the chirper stops chirping, you've found your
fault. At Home Depot/Lowe's/electrical supply store, a electrical field tester will set you back
about $8 to $20, depending on whether you opt for one that just lights an LED, or one that
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