Question about Pool & Spa
Its a cal spa 2000 ..with 9800 whisper heater ..part no ..54433-2 heat lite comes on but its not heating up ..water level was low (3inchs) and i topped it up and kids put to much brominating tablets in spa ..so .I changed filters ..still nothing ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Without doing more troubleshooting i would have to say that it is the main board (the board with the knobs on it) Take it out and see if there is any corrosion on it.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
you have one jandy valve ( the suction valve in front of the pump) that is not working right when you press spa mode. have someone watch the valves to see if they move when you press spa mode and heat inside the house. if the one in front of the pump does not move and the switch is in operating mode then that valve is bad and will have to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
If its set at 104, but only heats to around 80 degrees, then your heater is not working. Either the heating element is bad, or the pressure switch is not closing. The reason why the water heats up to 80 degrees, is from the friction caused by the mechanical shaft seal when the pump is running. Either way, you should really have it checked by a qualified spa technician. It is not something that the average spa owner can normally repair themselves. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
One of your limits is not working or not wired up. An easy way to check the limits - Water pressure switch, Hi limits, air pressure switch all of which have 2 wires going to them. Unplug one item and connect the 2 wires together ( paper clip works fine ) Then retest, if problem does not go away remove paper clip and reconnect wires and move to the next limit. The limits are located in the black plastic header. Always make sure water is flowing through the heater at all times while checking the limits.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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