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Bath tub spa will not shut off

My jacuzzi bath tub will not shut off. You press the button and it still runs. There is no access to the plug in switch and i cannot find a ground fault interrupter. Help!

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  • katyss Mar 23, 2009

    I experienced the same problem on my jaccuzi tub a few months ago, but we were able to shut off power to the tub at the circuit box. We called a certfied repairman, but when he arrived, he said there is no access to the motors other than ripping out marble tile (and we don't know where exactly they are because we bought this 10 yr old house). So we sent him on his way ($80 later). We are getting ready to put the house up for sale and hope to resolve the issue without ripping out tiles (don't even know if I can find replacements). Could it possibly just be the button needs repairing?

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    albert getty May 11, 2010

    main breaker?

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If you haven't done this already. I would search your breaker panel for a circut breaker titled jacuzzi tub (or something to that effect), and if it is not listed I would get someone to monitor when the tub shuts off, while you flip each breaker off, one at a time so as to determine which breaker it is and then immediately title it.
Next, an access panel to the tubs motor should be installed. After access is gained, inspect the pumps receptacle and if it is not GFIC protected I would return to the breaker panel, it may have a GFIC breaker. If neither are the case, then have this issue repaired
The button on your jacuzzi is air actuated with a flexible air line that connects to the actual switch, it may have broken or however became disconnected.

Any questions, feel free... Good luck...

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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