We haven't used it recently and I probably need to clean the filters but it is hard to do that when it is too cold to be outside spraying the hose on the filters. What should I do? Do I need to call a repairman?
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news but more than likely the spa pack is fried. I can't say this with 100% certainty without being on site, but if there was an electrical problem and the spa has no power more than likely you're up the creek. To be sure I'm correct in this assumption, we need to check a couple things. Make sure that you have 220 going to the pack. Use a meter to make sure you have 110 going to both of the hot terminals. There should be a wiring diagram on the back side of the spa pack cover. If you have the proper power to the pack check the fuses next. Typically there are 2 or 3 fuses on a spa pack. There will be a smaller glass fuse that if blown can create the illusion that the spa is dead. If all the fuses are in tact you're unfortunately done. Colman spas have been out of production for quite a while. If the pack is blown there will not be a readily available OEM replacement pack. I guess it's possible to install a newer pack and get it back up and running but it would be a major undertaking that would cost more than the spa is worth. More than likely your boss was aware of this, and that is why he gave you the spa for free. Sorry man!
Almost certain, having had this problem with this mower several times, that your petrol cap which is suposed to let air into the tank does not. after a few mins of running suction develops and the engine stops. you check the fuel level and its ok so you restart and it goes fine for another 5 min. by removing the petrol cap you let air in and temporarily fixed it. Clean out the arangement of screws and springs and filters under the fuel cap.
Napa 8300 silicone is recommended. Apply under belts from front to back one fluid spray and also in bearing areas. Squeaking can also be caused by the center of the treadles rubbing to hard. If this is the case they need to be adjusted.
I have a 2002 Infinity 6 man spa that I just got from a friend. I am also an Electrician. I had to replace the Spa pack because it wasn't working. Once I replaced the Spa Pack and used the tub it got up to temp no problem but once I got in the temperature slowly dropped and it couldn't keep up. After some research and discussion with a pool tech I found out that there is a jumper on some spa packs. It is a LC (low current) / HC (high current) jumper. It limits the current (amperage) that your tub draws. If you are running it on the LC setting it keeps the tub at low current by not running the heater when the jets are on. (this way it keeps the current low by running one only at a time) If you set it for HC it will allow high current to be drawn and let the heater and the jets be on at the same time. On my spa pack it is P26 Jumper. I have found it is also listed as Jumper 4 on some spa packs. the jumpers are located in the lower right of the circuit board. Make sure you shut off the power to the tub and know what you're doing before you attempt changes. you can also google "Gecko Spa Pack Service Manual" and you will find the manual for your tubs spa pack. Good luck.