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Gulf stream heat pump for pool is saying water sensor malfunction

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SOURCE: Water will not fill in pool pump

main filter blocked (try backwashing) or if using "earth" filter system - wash filters - change earth.

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SOURCE: Heat pump will not start

Could be a firmware issue and require a new mother board. Unfortunately, you probably have done all you can on your own. Time to call the local HVAC service person...

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