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Electrical Spa heater element only gets 110volts and not 220/240 like it should. Does not heat up water. All fuses are good. Anyone??

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The spa is not wired correctly or the dip switches on the spa pack are not configured correctly. Use a multimeter to verify that you have 2 x 110 legs feeding your spa pack. If you do there is a dip switch diagram on the back of the spa pack access panel.

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Heater contactors "buzzing": Do you mean normal buzzing or extra loud buzzing? Loud buzzing or chattering can be caused by low voltage to a contactor. If normal sounds, then probably the relays on the contactors is working, but the contacts may be stuck, or burned enough so as not to make contact. First, get a voltmeter and check for 240 volts AC at the heater contactor terminals. If the voltage is low, most likely you need to check the contactors further. Check for dirty contacts, clean if needed. If the contacts are not moving when energized, then you will probably need to replace one or both of the contactors.

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the water in my arctic spa hot tub took 2 weeks to get to 102 should it take that long ?

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you have one jandy valve ( the suction valve in front of the pump) that is not working right when you press spa mode. have someone watch the valves to see if they move when you press spa mode and heat inside the house. if the one in front of the pump does not move and the switch is in operating mode then that valve is bad and will have to be replaced.

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SOURCE: pool heater will not turn on, elec. power good,

Check the limit switch. It may be stuck open and if it is it stops the unit from running. Also check thermostat setting and make sure it is working. Make sure the flame sensor is working. The system will start sometimes but if the flame sensor doesn't see a flame it shuts down. Good luck...Lee

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When you say that the heater shows that it is working is it the heater that shows this or the Aqualink. If it is the aqualink it could be a temp sensor, probally the water sensor that is in a pipe comeing from the pump. But the first thing Iwant to think of is your temp is set on the Aqualink but the temp is not turned up on the heater. If your heater is not compatiable with the link you need to keep the thermostat at max and set to pool or spa to have it work. If it is compatiable it could be in the wireing between the two or you just may need to be sure the Aqualink is set to read and override the heater. Your menu can walk you through this or your book on the unit. Let me know how you do and we can check for further problems in your heater. If so let me know brand and model of same. Good luck.

Posted on Nov 07, 2009

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