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The timer works but the jets dont turn the water / push the air thru the jets

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You have a bad neumatic switch. Or a small hole in the air line. Try pushing the button fast and hard to see if it will stay on. if so , it is a hole in the tube. if not it is your neumatic switch

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Our jets turned on by themself and we don't know how to turn them off? What seems to be the problem?

Hi i will need more info to tell you why they turned on. The most simple way to turn off is with the breaker. That would be in a elctrical subpanel located by the pump and equipment or sometimes all the way from the house main breaker panel. So what i need to know is this:

1. What do you have ? a above ground spa, a in ground pool and spa or a in ground spa only.

2. How do you turn all your equpment on and off like your booste(jet)pump? meaning is it a manual system with a timeclock or does it have a control system where you turn on and off from a button in the house or lastly is there like a single button located in the spa above the water line that pushes in about a half inch.

If you dont reach me back than heaR are some of the answers and solutions:

1. If you have a fancy control system where you turn your stuff on and off from the house than the majority of those have built in freeeze protection so if it sees or thinks the air temperature reches about 38 to 45 degrees than it will turn on the pumps so they move water and it doesnt freeze in pipes. Likewise actually there is a little add on to a simple timeclock operation as well that would do the same thing. IF THATS IT THAN AS SOON AS THE TEMP WENT ABOVE THAT EVERYTHING WOULD GO BACK TO NORMAL. OR IF THE AIR SENSOR IS BROKEN OR MISREADING THE ACTUAL TEMPERTAURE OF THE AIR THAN THAT WOULD GET REPLACED AND EVERTHING BACK TO NORMAL.

2. If you have a fancy control system than where the pump connects to which is called a relay could be stuck. THAN YOU WOULD JUST NEED TO REPLACE THE RELAY.

3. If you have a fancy control sytem and as part of it there is whats called a spa switch located typically by or in the spa and there either round wsith 4 push buttons or rectangle with like 8-10 buttons. WHEN PART OF THAT GOES BAD AND WATER GETS IN IT THAN IT CAN SHORT CIRCUIT AND OR MAKE FALSE3 CONTACT AND THE DEVICES IT CONTROLS WILL END UP HAVING RANDOM PHANTOM LIKE OPERATIONS THINGS TURNING ON OR OFF BY THEMSELVES. THE FIX IS EITHER DISABLE IT IF YOU DONT USE IT MUCH OR NOW ISNT A GOOD TIME FINANCIALLY OR REPLACE IT.

4. Lastly if its one of those single usually white push buttons that pushes in about half to 3/4 in. Than that is whats called a air switch and it blows a little puff of air thru a small tube behind it to a box near the pump and activates a relay there to turn it on and off. SO WHEN WATER OR CONDENSATION GETS IN THE TUBING THAN IT CAN DO THOSE SAME PHANTOM LIKE OPERATIONS I EXPLAINED IN NUMBER 3. THE FIX WOULD BE A NEW SWITCH OR PULLING THRU NEW TUBING AND CONNECTING ETC.

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