Question about Qca Spas Pool & Spa
Keeps shutting off after an hour or so...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you live in cold weather and are not using it much lower your thermostat. If the freeze control kicks on (at about 38-40degrees) it will constantly try to heat the spa to where you have the heat set when the air temp is low. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
you should be able to locate the pressure switch near the pump, most likely on the discharge side. Before you replace the flow switch, make sure your filters are clean and there is not an air lock on the system. The flow switch is fairly easy to replace. You'll probably have to drain the spa unless you have blade valves to isolate the equipment. With the supply power off, you can remove the front panel on the spa pack and find where the flow switch is and disconnect it. You can then replace the flow switch. Make sure the new switch directional arrow is facing the right direction so it will read flow properly.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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You need to contact a hot tub technician/engineer as you clearly have issues.
'ICE' means that the water temperature is too low and therefore the pumps will be turned on to prevent freezing within the plumbing. Depending upon the spec and settings, the heater maybe disabled during 'ICE' condition.
'ECON' is Economy Mode. If you have a mode button, keep pressing it until you see 'Stan' on the display. This will put the system back into the standard mode.
'FLO' means that there's insufficient flow of water through the heater, or non at all. 1) Check the water level - top up if low. 2) Ensure that all jets are open and flow water - if they don't you may have a pump issue. 3) Remove the filter(s) and see whether or not this clears the fault, if so clean or replace the filters.
'COOL' is displaying because the set temperature is much higher than the current water temperature.
As I mentioned at the start, you really should get someone to take a look at your hot tub. You may have a few issues that need resolving.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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