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Oasis whirlpool tub switch removal

The tub motor won't turn off so I want to remove the switch to clean and inspect the air tube.

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Depending on how mechanically inclined you are, take apart the tub and clean everything out. No easy task, I know, but who want old dog hair floating around? That will be your best bet.

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If the air tube is still connected to the air button on the side of the tub and you are pushing it with no results then either the motor is no good, the air button is no good or the air switch in the box is no good.
process of elimination, start with the pump. take the switch off the motor or out of the box and make sure you can get the motor to come on. If the motor comes on then move to the air switch and hook it back up and see if you can blow into the air switch with a new air button or a straw and see if the switch will activate the pump. if it does then you most likely have a bad air button ($12). If you cannot get it to activate the pump then the air switch is bad ($21).

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Jacuzzi whirlpool, air on/off button on tub

If it is a air button that pushes in and comes back up, there is a good chance that the switch (which is mounted on the pump/motor) is bad. If the switch is a touch button on a key pad, the problem is in the control box for the pump/motor.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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If it is an air switch, the switch itself is located on the pump.Locate the air line that goes from the button and follow it to the pump. It is possible to replace the switch with the pump in a accessible location. If not remove the pump and replace the switch on a work bench. The switch is inside the black or blue box located on the pump motor. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

SOURCE: pump will not turn off. Have removed tub face.

If the Pump will NOT turn OFF, then the switch, must have failed, in the ON position, I suspect you will need to replace it.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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The air button on your tub may be bad and not sending enough air to the air switch located on the bath pump.
The way to check this is to remove the bath pump and see if you can turn the bath pump on by taking a large straw and blowing into the air switch on the bath pump to see if you can get the bath pump to turn on.
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If you cannot get the bath pump to turn on then remove the air switch and plug the two wires going to the air switch together and then plugging the pump into a power outlet you know has power.
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What problems will the water level switch cause.


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hello chris, my name is Mike. You're in luck because this should be a fairly easy fix. Above is a link from the whirlpool website that shows the parts for your washer. If you scroll down to about page 3, you'll see a horizontal rectangular piece that is part of the console. Part number 12 is your water level switch.
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Chris, if you are unsure and you want to test it to be sure, just contact me anytime. My email is michael_lee596@yahoo.com
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