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It reaches the set temp. 68 degrees then kicks off when it kicks back on the temp drops to 60 degrees before it starts to heat back up, it runs but is not getting hot very fast.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the exact problem. We had the ignitor replaced 2 already and it works for 18 months and stops. Occasionally, it the oven won't even start to heat. I am ready to throw it out.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
I have a 2002 Infinity 6 man spa that I just got from a friend. I am also an Electrician. I had to replace the Spa pack because it wasn't working. Once I replaced the Spa Pack and used the tub it got up to temp no problem but once I got in the temperature slowly dropped and it couldn't keep up. After some research and discussion with a pool tech I found out that there is a jumper on some spa packs. It is a LC (low current) / HC (high current) jumper. It limits the current (amperage) that your tub draws. If you are running it on the LC setting it keeps the tub at low current by not running the heater when the jets are on. (this way it keeps the current low by running one only at a time) If you set it for HC it will allow high current to be drawn and let the heater and the jets be on at the same time. On my spa pack it is P26 Jumper. I have found it is also listed as Jumper 4 on some spa packs. the jumpers are located in the lower right of the circuit board. Make sure you shut off the power to the tub and know what you're doing before you attempt changes. you can also google "Gecko Spa Pack Service Manual" and you will find the manual for your tubs spa pack. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: staying at 96
Check where the temp sense line plugs into the circuit board. Make sure it is snugg. (unplug the unit first)
Check that the sense line is away from the heat source.
Make sure there is no exposed wire on the sense line anywhere.
If you know someone else with a toyo, borrow their sense line and see if the prob stays. If it does, it could be a circuit board prob.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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