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Hi, I've had my spa ALMOST 5 years and I have

Hi, I've had my spa ALMOST 5 years and I have started noticing these little ball bearings INSIDE THE SPA. I can't remember how long the warranty is, I'm thinking 5 years ( I hope ). Anyway one motor has a ON AND OFF buttton while the other motor has a OFF, LOW AND HIGH button. The motor with the low side seldom if ever turns off. Thanks Robert Glasscock. (318) 470-9759

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The balls are out of the spinning jets, expensive if you need 20 or 20, can replace with fixed ones at low cost

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SOURCE: High speed spa pump shuts off

The motor may have a thermal cutoff if the motor draws too much current. Do you have a sufficient large gauge circuit supplying the motore? If not the actual voltage at the motor may drop, causing it to draw more current to make up for the loss of voltage, thereby tripping the motor's protective breaker. I assume the motor will start again after serveral minutes of cooling down.

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SOURCE: Spa Motor Hums

if it is a used pump, these have a tendency to have a little rust. just get some pump pliers and rock the shaft gently back and forth. then plug it back in.
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Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Pump will not work in high speed

Clean the relay contacts on the board. Cut the power, ofcourse. Also, try switching the hot wire on the low side of the pump to the high side to rule out the pump.

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