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Have had this unit for 6 years without issue. Stopped cycling so I checked voltage throughout. 230 / 50amp GFI is good. Pulled motors and sent to professional where they bench tested OK. Reinstalled them, filled unit, attempted to start. Digital temp reads fine, lights come on as they should... but when the switch is pressed the unit only clicks but does not start cycling. High and low single speed pumps - is there a capacitor I should replace? I'm stumped ...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have a wash pump problem. can be 1 of 3 things. most likely something is caught in the pump impelor if not the wash pump motor may be faulty or ceized or it could be the capacitor for the wash pump motor is faulty. you can try removing the wash pump yourself and check the impelor if it spins freely then you will have a motor problem.
hope this helped
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
SOURCE: JACUZZI HOT TUB J365
MOTOR TO HOT TUB KICKS OFF ON HIGH SPEED AND GETS VERY HOT AFTER RUNNING ABOUT 20MINUTES AND STARTS BACK UP IN LESS THAN A MINUTE,BUT CONTINUES TO KICK OUT ,IVE REPLACED THE MOTOR AND STILL SAME PROBLEM..
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
sounds like it could be either the heating element, the thermostat or pressure switch problem. Does the light come on when it is trying to heat? if it doesn't come on then most likely the heating element needs to be changed.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
By your description this sounds as though the machine control board has failed. But you should test it first.
Go to Home Depot or Lowe's and pick up a non-contact voltage tester, like this one. It's a tool that you'll use more often than you think for this project and others around the home,
WARNING---> THESE TESTS REQUIRE YOU TO HAVE POWER ON! AVOID ANY EXPOSED WIRING OR ELECTRICAL TERMINALS THROUGHOUT THE TEST PHASE!!!
Now remove the 4 screws holding the kick panel to access the lower section of your dishwasher. Set the dishwasher to run a normal load and start it.
The sequence is the washer will send power to the water valve first, test this with your new tool... it should light up if the tub is empty. If it's already full, power will not be applied to the valve. When the tub is full, the board will send power to the main wash motor in about 1-2 minutes. Use your Voltstick on the main motor harness. If the board is good, your stick will light up.
Now hit "Cancel"... this should activate the drain pump (it's on the right, connected to the pump sump and has 2 wires feeding it). Again, test with the Voltstick.
NOTE---> Your Voltstick may give you false positives... avoid this by singling out individual wires to test. DON'T TEST "WIRE BUNDLES".
These tests will confirm whether or not the board is sending power to the components in question. If you have power? The components have failed OR the wiring to the components have become loose, broken or disconnected.
If you aren't getting power to the components, your board has failed and will need a replacement. The part number for it is 9743448 and lists for about $160.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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