While the spa is activated once pressing the spa button on the indoor control panel, with water circulating to the spa, there is no heat. Can you advise on reasons and what we can do to correct. Thanks!
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That means your "Heating" mode is in Economy!
Without knowing what make our model spa you have, or the manufacturer of spa controls, difficult to assist in telling you how to switch to other modes.
Maybe try this:
Pressing the "Temperature" button and then immediately the "Light/Jets" button may change the system back to Standard?
Once you press those buttons, the "Ec" code comes on and stays on (flashing), and then you can press the "Light/Jets" button to toggle between Standard and Economy and maybe SL - which is Sleep modes.
controls operate the pump to circulate the water..there are controls for bubbles and an air pump to increase the volume of the bubbles..and a setting to run the tub slower to allow heating of the water..
You do not have a Balboa Hot Tub. That is the company that made the control panel for it. Id venture to guess it's either a Hawkeye, Barefoot or Master spa if it came with no owners manual. To turn up the heat simply press the Red "up" arrow on the digital control pad. Check out the link below. It's a quick reference guide to what I'm guessing is your top side control. http://www.hawkeyespas.com/pdf/balboa-504-topside.pdf
OHS, OH, or SPA TEMP LMT Message
There is an "Over Heated Spa" (OHS or OH) Water Condition.
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:
you may have a system that uses a small circulating pump that circulates the water thru the heater to keep water temp at proper level (this is usually the case with hot springs spas and is because it is the most cost effective way to maintain constant water heat without using a full size pump or two speed pump just to push water past the heater core. therefore the issue is you have a problem with your jet pump and it has nothing to do with the circulating and heating portion of the spa. you can check to see if there are any reset buttons in or near the equipment as well as open enclosures to make sure everything is clean and dry also make use any contacts on spa skirting are secured propertly
When you alter the set temperature via the keypad the display will flash the temperature thats to be acheived, once it stops flashing the keypad will revert back to the current temperature of the water.