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My inside control panel turns things off/on automatic.

Example when I turn on the heater at my inside control panel, it will stay on a while and then cut off. If I go outside and put unit on service and then turn heater on it works ok.
Sometimes the booster pump turns on by itself.

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There is some wire get short.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

  • ronny2051 Jan 01, 2009

    Do you have a 4 button switch in the spa and is the light on the button that is slightly under water? If so , the button is bad as the water is completing the circuit and turning the light on and off.
    Repalce the button or disconnect it at the outdoor panel.


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Thermal fuse is a heat-sensitive safety feature that shuts down system when overheating is detected.
In electrical wiring, the thermal fuse reacts to high temperature caused by too many amps on the electric circuit. When temperature exceeds the fuse amp rating, then the fuse trips and cuts power to electric circuit.
Example of thermal fuse is a household circuit breaker.
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