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4 button spa switch

You just answered a question I had. Do I disconnect the 4 position button at the spa? It is not under water.

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  • hightowerl Jan 01, 2009

    I know this switch is a low voltage. I have above water line but there must be a short in the switch. I do not use this switch at the spa. How do you disconnect the wiring from the switch? t looks like it is wired directly in the switch and switch does not seem to come apart.

  • hightowerl Jan 02, 2009

    Still need to know how to undo wiring to switch? Switch doesn't come apart. Problem does seem to be in switch though.




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Yes, you have to disconnect the 4 position button.
Note: make sure the button is not under the water.
Thanks for your question. 

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

  • ronny2051 Jan 02, 2009

    for switching off power, its better to shut down whole house power supply by using main power board.



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