Question about Pool & Spa
I drained the tub to get ready for spring. Tub had been fine prior to me draining it... we used it all winter with no issues. The Pr (prome mode code) showed on display, then this p= code that flashes with the temp. (which is set to 102 but is flashing 85). The heater is obviously working a little cuz it's not 85 outside! Why won't it heat up completely and what does this code mean???
Make sure the spa is not on sleep mode "SLP" or economy mode "ECO". Without knowing what type of spa you have it's hard to diagnose but it's possible your pressure sensor or high limit sensor it temporarily out of balance. If that's the case, it will resolve itself. If the problem persists you have a faulty faulty pressure switch or sensor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hard to say without being there. Two things to check though. First be sure the new board is the correct one. Many times parts will change and replacements will have special instructions for retrofitting.
The other thing to check is be very sure the plug on the new board lines up with the receptor. On a multi pin plug if the pins don't line up you can get just the problem you describe. I hope this helps, sorry it can't be more.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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Take a look at this manual Pages 40 &41...
Part number 60 is a drain plug and it looks like there are two of them on the left side of the heater when you are facing the front...
removing these plugs should drain the heat exchanger...
That is for the LJ model... if you have the LD then go here for that manual
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
Check the thermal regulator on the heater. It could be compromised. It's like a car's thermostat. If it allows too much water to bypass, the exhaust will get too hot and "voila" e05.
Posted on Sep 22, 2012
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