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I have a 7yr old thermo spa Atlantis with one pump the pump wont shut down as I understand it should only run about 4 min. every 30 min. to check the temp. the temp is holding at 104 degrees. whats th

I have shut down the breaker When I turn it back on The panel reads PR which I understand is Prime which is normal. but then the pump kicks in and wont dosent shut down. The pump will kick into high and everything eles seems to work normally

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Anytime the heater is reading the water temp to be above what it actually is, especially 126, the problem is the Thermistor, or Temp Sensor, for the heater. This is a very easy part to replace. The Thermistor is located on the manifold, on the left side, between the top two bolts.

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Your temp sensor has gone bad and will need to be replaced. It's a small tube that slides into the water manifold and you can follow the wires back to the board. Just unplug and set a new one in place.

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