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Leisurerite spa showing Sn5 error, what is this?

Spa shuts off before temp reached or continues to overheat

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SOURCE: Heater cycles on and of, pool/spa does not reach desired temp

hello, It sounds like you may not be getting circulation thru the heater. Make sure the valves are open to allow water to pass thru the heating system. Some systems use a bypass on the heater so there is not a lot of wear on the coil system in the heater. If it is not circulating it will get too hot and the safety shut down will occure. If you are getting water circulating thru the heater, then the thermocouple or auto start igniter system is not working correctly. It is trying to start and can't then recycles. If the burners are igniting on the startup and then shutting back down you may have a bad control unit or thermal sensor unit. Since the unit is gas have a professional service it for you. Good Luck, RAC

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Minimax 250 Cycling on and off after reaching 20 degrees

change the assembly valve

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SOURCE: when you first plug your dreamaker spa in the

TURN THE BREAKER OFF FOR 20 SEC THEN TURN BACK ON AND FAST TURN ON ALL PUMP FOR 30 SEC THIS WILL BLEED ANY AIR TRAP INSIDE THE SPA

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

SOURCE: my leisurerite spa pool is not heating up. It is

"LF" looks like "Low Flow" first thing I check is skimmer basket & filter to make sure thre are is nothing obstructing the flow

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

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On leisurerite spa pool what does code 1-3 mean


If your system is equipped with a circ pump, it may be configured to work in one of three different ways: 1)

The circ pump operates continuously (24 hours) with the exception of turning off for 30 minutes at a time

when the water temperature reaches 3°F (1.5°C) above the set temperature (most likely to happen in very

hot climates). 2) The circ pump stays on continuously, regardless of water temperature. 3) The circ pump

will come on when the system is checking temperature (polling), during filter cycles, during freeze
conditions, or when the blower or another pump is on.

Dec 06, 2016 | Pool & Spa

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My spa is showing an OHH message. What is causing this message?


Make and model would help. How about my best guess?
OHH means OverHeated Heater caused by an error
One of the Water Temp Sensors has detected 118°F (47.8°C) In the Heater and Spa Functions are Disabled. You Must Press Any Button to Reset when Water is below 108°F (42.2°C). Check for Water Level, Flow Restrictions, Closed Valves, Air Bubbles, and Pump Prime, or Continue for a Detailed Test Procedure.

WARNING:
A Heater Overheat Error Message may indicate Excessively High Heater Temperatures which can Scald or Burn!
If the Heater is Not Cool Enough to Safely Service, allow the Heater to Cool before Continuing Testing.
A Heater Overheat Condition that generates an "OHH" Error Message is Most Likely the result of a Low Flow Condition. Therefore, "OHH" is considered to be a Flow Related Error.
Check for All of the following Conditions:
1.Low Water Level.
2.Blocked Suction Fitting.
3.Blocked Skimmer.
4.Dirty Filter.
5.Too Many Closed Jets.
6.Closed Slice Valve.
7.Heat Related Pump Not Running.
8.Heat Related Pump Not Primed.
9.Contact your Dealer or Service Organization.

DO NOT remove the protective covers from any electrical enclosure, or attempt to service any related electrical device, unless you are a qualified electrician or service professional.
As a responsible adult, always check the topside control panel display for errors and verify safe water temperature before using a spa, and before allowing children to use a spa. Safety should ALWAYS be your first consideration

Nov 15, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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I have a Leisurerite GL2000 and it wont heat. No error messages coming up so don't know why. Are you able to help please?


There are a couple of things for you to check.
Look for the heat indicator light on the topside panel. Is it on?
If it is on you may need a new temp sensor or hight limit sensor.
If it is NOT on the the pressure switch may be out.
Not sure why you are not getting an error code on the topside panel.

Rod
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Feb 03, 2013 | Pool & Spa

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Dream maker spa x-400 won't shut off keeps heating. I have turned it off and let it tottaly cool down the temp max temp is set to 95 and it never shuts off until it gets to 105 and overheats.


I had the same problem last year, I talked to a spa guy and he stated that the temp sensor was probably covered in bio crud. He also stated that the tub should be cleaned with a hot tub flush. After doing that I have not had a problem with the temp settings.

Jan 19, 2013 | Pool & Spa

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Spa Heater problems- Balboa VS-501 controls #54356.


Use a high quality external temp probe and make sure the temp sensor in your system is correctly reading the water temp.
If the water is truly 110 then you may need to replace the board completely.

Jun 20, 2017 | Pool & Spa

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Hi have problem with canadian spa (balboa mrspa1) control panel digital reading when turned on goes to OH,circulation pump will not run


OHS, OH, or SPA TEMP LMT Message There is an "Over Heated Spa" (OHS or OH) Water Condition.

One of the Water Temp Sensors has detected 110°F (43.3°C) Incoming Water Temp and Spa Functions are Disabled. System will Auto Reset when Water Temp is below 108°F (42.2°C). Check for Extended Pump Operation or High Ambient Temp, or contact your Dealer or Service Organization.

Spa Water Cool Down
• In order for the Spa Water Overheat Error Message to Automatically Reset and Clear, the Spa Water Must Cool to below 108°F (42.2°C).
• Check the Topside Panel Display to see if the "OHS", "OH", or "SPA TEMP LMT" Spa Water Overheat Error Message has Cleared. If the Error Message has Not Cleared, the Spa Water is still too Hot to Continue Testing.
• Either Wait for the Spa Water to Cool Below 108°F (42.2°C), or Exit Now and Retest at a Later time.

You can find answers to COMMON SPA MESSAGES at the following website:

COMMON SPA PANEL MESSAGES



Hope this helps.

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My hot tub had a OH where the temp usually is, then went blank and i wasnt able to reset it. i just replaced the cord and resiliconed around the temp readout


This is probally your temp sensor. Where it is on your system is hard to say. If you have a book on the system it will be in there.

Jul 04, 2010 | Dream Maker Spas Dream Maker Ez Spa Hot...

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Panel reads HHO-----, no temperature display until activate jets, then shows a temperature drop sometimes down to 65 degrees ,then starts heating upwith jets going


"OH" is an overheat error. In normal function, it is used as a safety shut off if the spa water temperature reaches over 110 degrees in the event of a thermostat failure. But more commonly, (if the water temp hasn't gotten too hot) it indicates that the temp sensor(s) have failed. If you have a digital display on the topside controller of your spa, then it is a circuit board controlled spa pack. Most spa builders use the same control pack manufacturer - Balboa Watergroup. The sensor kit usually consists of 2 probes and wires that plug directly onto the circuit board. Depending on the spa, they could both be located onto the heater manifold, or one on the manifold and one mounted to the tub making direct contact with the water via a thru-wall sensor mount. If I knew the spa manufacturer, I could further assist you. If you replace the sensors, and encounter the same problem... then the circuit board is bad, and usually a costly replacement. The sensors are usually listed as a "BA sensor assy" Hope this helps you,

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