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I have a 110 Jacuzzi brand 250 gallon hot tub and I get a
blinking light I think indicating it is overheating and this
stays on. No controls will work. The heating element is
good and I removed the filter to see if that was restricting
things with no change. The only way to jog it out of this
mode is to open the cover and let it slam down and it will
start heating again. If I go through the modes again jets,
light,and heat it will kick out again and I have to slam the
lid. I have tried to tap the thermostat and other
components individually but only slamming the lid resets the
tub. It worked great for 10 years before this problem. Any
idea what the problem is.
I also found another way to reset the pump so it heats and circulates. There are a black and a red wire going from the top right corner of the control panel to a sensor that sits on the heating element housing. tapping the element did nothing but disconnecting it at the control panel or at the sensor and re-connecting it resets the heater. I also disconnucted the thermostar wire which uses a phone cord type conection in the controle pannel which did not reset the heater.
Sounds like a part is bad on the control pack. Whatever gets 'jiggled' when you slam the door down is most likely the bad part.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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