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2 Speed Flo-Master stuck in high speed after turning on and off the electric

I have a Flo-Master Aqua-flo two speed 1.5 - .18 SF pump on my hot tub. Turned off the electric to the pump for spa maintenance, the next day turned it back on and it automatically is on the high speed. It will not switch over to the low circulating speed when pushing the button. Tried turning on an off the electirc again and same problem. Stuck in high speed. Any help is appreciated.

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Is your switch an "air switch" ... could be you have a leak in the hose that connects from the push button to the actuator that actually does the switching. Check it out.

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I responded to the previous question in regards to the motor only. The xp2 does not have the strainer basket that the max-e-pro has . If this was a regular hot tub, the xp2 would work great, if this is above ground, then you do need a pump with a strainer basket. Again the xp2 will not work for an inground hot tub as the set up is different than an above ground unit.

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