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Water level whent to low and know wont heat water

Pump still works

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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

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Maybe that at lower pump speed the water is staying in the heat exchanger too long, and the rattle you hear is water starting to boil. The high limit sensors will sense the water temp being too high and shut down the heater. If it functions normally at high speed the issue is probably with the heater having problems with slow flow through the exchanger. You may want to consider switching to an electric heater where this would not be an issue. Just a guess without being there.

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Fl0 code


Flo ? for Flow Error?

That would for any number of reasons that the Flow Switch is not sensing enough water flow to trip the sensor/pressure switch or actual true water flow switch.

Heater will not run or heat, if there is not enough water flowing!
The heater will sense this. So, whatever will restrict or stop sufficient water flow is the problem.
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  • Closed valves
  • Not enough water in tub or pool - low water level
  • Clogged pump impeller
  • Clogged baskets:
    • at pump or at skimmers
  • Clog / stopped up plumbing line
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Check for water flow / water flow restrictions / and water flow blockages.

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After raising the water level in the pool I had no results. I bypassed the pressure switch and nothing happened so it was not the switch. Then I turned on the current for a few minutes, this moved something as it works now. So I conclude that the problem came from letting my water level get a little low.

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