Question about Pool & Spa
My hot tub control turns on low speed while on the off cycle. It runs for about 5 seconds and then turns off. It continues to do this every minute or less.
Check the heater setting.. it may be the heater demanding cooler water to go through..it will cycle as needed by the heater..
Posted on Jan 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have 220v running into your motor, the red and the plack are in most cases the same 110v line and what your calling a white netural is a common line. In other words the second half of your 220v line. If your red and black are the two opposing 110v lines that make up your 220v and they are put on the motor and turned on they short aginst each other and blow the breaker. One of your 220v lines should come into your hi -low switch and then split to your high and low on the pump. The other half of your 220v line will go to the common or what your calling nuteral. The difference is a netural completes a 110v circut and a common completes the 220v circut it will take to run the motor. One of the splits will complete the low speed circut and the other will complete the high speed circut. You need to check your voltage comming into the spa, the way the spa is wired (110v-220v), and how the motor is wired (110v-220v). For your spa this will be in your owners manuel or on a scematic inside a panel or door and is quite often a plug you change from one spot to another. On your motor will have a scematic on the back of the motor that will tell you haw to adjust the wireing already in place on the wire board of the motor. This may sound deep but if all your voltages are set the same and your high and low are the same leg of power, this should fix your problem.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
check to see that the flow switch is working properly, it may not have enough flow on low speed to allow the heater to turn on. Make sure your filter/s is/are clean. If you have a pressure switch instead of a flow switch, it may need to be adjusted or replaced.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
Hmm, that's an odd one. It could be either a fault with the PCB or the pump.
The first thing to check is the voltage to the twin speed pump. If that's ok the motor is probably the cause of the fault.
As always, with anything electrical you need to be very careful with what you're doing and if you're unsure seek professional help.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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