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My Balboa 300F hot tub will not heat up. I am not able to get it out of economy mode. What can I do?


First, balboa does not manufacture hot tubs! They make control systems for hot tubs. If you are no longer able to switch between modes, then your topside control panel buttons are dead or falling. But... Even if you are still in economy mode, spa should still heat up. Once a demand for heat is recognized, you have a "Heat Call" and heater should come on. Is the "heat on" light, illuminated? If so, water should be heating, if not heater element may be bad? A multi meter would be good here: is there proper voltage at terminals on circuit board to heater? If so, bad element! If no voltage, then heater is not necessarily bad, probably just fine, I would then look at sensors? Good luck

Feb 23, 2015 | Pool & Spa

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How to Replace the Dishwasher Heating Element


If you have determined that the heating element has gone bad in your dishwasher then you may be wondering if you can easily replace it. Actually for many dishwashers the replacement is not that hard. The most important part is that you turn off all power before attempting to do any work!

The heating element is located in the bottom of the dishwasher tub. It will be submersed in the water when the dishwasher is running. To find it, look for a thin circular tube in the bottom of the dishwasher tub. Some dishwasher will have a cover over it. To get to the heating element the racks will need to be removed from the dishwasher and the cover, if there is one will have to be removed.

To replace the element you will have to remove the front kick plate of the dishwasher. A few screws will hold it in place and they are easily removed. Once you are underneath the tub you can locate the terminal ends of the heating element. Make the wires do you know which one goes where to put them back properly. Then pull the wires from the ends of the heating element. Make sure that you are pulling on the terminal connector and not just the wire to remove them.

Once you have the wires removed from the ends of the element, then look for the lock nuts up against the bottom of the tub that holds the element in place.
With a small adjustable wrench or a pliers you can loosen the locknuts. When the nuts are off of the ends of the dishwasher heating element you can then reach into the tub of the dishwasher and gently work the element loose and pull it up and out.

Place the new element into the holes and then securely fasten the new heating element in place with the lock nuts. Use a wrench or pliers to snuggly tighten the nuts. Replace the wires and the kick plate. Replace the element cover if there is one, the racks, and you are ready to roll. Turn the power back on and try it out!

on Apr 19, 2010 | Dishwashers

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Dishwasher Problems The Heating Element not Working


If you have determined that the heating element has gone bad in your dishwasher then you may be wondering if you can easily replace it. Actually for many dishwashers the replacement is not that hard. The most important part is that you turn off all power before attempting to do any work!

The heating element is located in the bottom of the dishwasher tub. It will be submersed in the water when the dishwasher is running. To find it, look for a thin circular tube in the bottom of the dishwasher tub. Some dishwasher will have a cover over it. To get to the heating element the racks will need to be removed from the dishwasher and the cover, if there is one will have to be removed.

To replace the element you will have to remove the front kick plate of the dishwasher. A few screws will hold it in place and they are easily removed. Once you are underneath the tub you can locate the terminal ends of the heating element. Make the wires do you know which one goes where to put them back properly. Then pull the wires from the ends of the heating element. Make sure that you are pulling on the terminal connector and not just the wire to remove them.

Once you have the wires removed from the ends of the element, then look for the lock nuts up against the bottom of the tub that holds the element in place.
With a small adjustable wrench or a pliers you can loosen the locknuts. When the nuts are off of the ends of the dishwasher heating element you can then reach into the tub of the dishwasher and gently work the element loose and pull it up and out.

Place the new element into the holes and then securely fasten the new heating element in place with the lock nuts. Use a wrench or pliers to snuggly tighten the nuts. Replace the wires and the kick plate. Replace the element cover if there is one, the racks, and you are ready to roll. Turn the power back on and try it out!

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I have just replaced my circuit board (balboa 53247) for my eclipse hot tub and as soon as I plugged the unit in, I got an OH reading from the top-side control. Then I noticed that if I pulled the temp....


Unfortunately, I would have started with the sensors and then escalated from there. A hot tub is one of those items that I generally recommend hiring a technician to sort out, it's just flat not worth the headache of troubleshooting without the know-how.

As for your particular problem, the OH code on a Balboa control pack is "O.ver H.eating" it means that the heat sensor detected high temp and shut down to prevent damage to the system (as well as cooking you like a pink lobster) The sensor could be bad or the control board could be malfunctioning. A new sensor is $75-85 if memory serves me and is relatively easy to replace. one sensor is in the heating tube and the other is screwed into the tub shell to monitor tub temp. I would suggest new sensors, both of them because when one goes out the other usually isn't far behind. Make sure you shut the power to the tub off at the breaker box before doing any kind of tub repair. If you have shutoff valves on your tub you can replace the internal one without draining the tub. the one in the shell you need to drain to replace (at least to the sensor hole level) I hope this helps you to get your tub working properly again, if you still experience issues after this, I suggest biting the bullet and calling in a tech. Thanks for your question =)

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I have a HS200VS heater in my hot tub. We bought it used. It always had an error code and would stop working in Standard mode, but worked fine in econo mode. Now we have no heat, but still have power. Need...


Not enough to go on...
what error code did you get?
How do you know you have power? Is it proper amount of power?
Did you use a multimeter to test this?
Just lights on the control box, is insufficient way to tell for proper power.

Jul 30, 2013 | Balboa Instruments Garden

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Electric dryer heats properly and is still drying properly but makes a thumping noise while working.


More than likely this is a tub roller. Looks like a small tire and wheel. that the tub rolls on.


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Aug 31, 2010 | KitchenAid Dryers

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Dryer does not heat up properly. heats well at times. other times it doesn't. sounds like the heating element is turning on and off and not staying on long enough to heat the tub up.


Most likely cause is lint accumulation around the control thermostats or the control thermostat defective. Access to the control thermostats requires lifting the top. Lint accumulation is the most likely culprit, not allowing the thermostat to properly sense air temperature in the dryer, trapping heat so the dryer 'thinks' the air is warmer than it really is.

Hope this helps. Good Luck.

Sep 11, 2009 | Estate Dryers

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No heat


have you checked the heating elements? you say the tub turns, is there any air coming into the tub and if so is it cold? if it is then you may want to get the heating elements checked.




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Feb 09, 2009 | Kenmore 63942 Dryer

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Dryer does not heat


I don't know this machine, but I know Malber single tub machines well and this problem in the Malber machines is alost always due to a worn out heating element, similar to the heating element in an electric oven or electric stovetop range. If you have had the machine for at least several years, and noticed that the dryer was becoming less effective, then I bet it's the heating element which needs to be replaced.

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