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Hot tub wont stay hot

Hot tub will not stayhot,it reaches temp set on thermostat then shuts off and wont come back on

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  • Ernest London
    Ernest London Oct 25, 2017

    I'm sorry your hot tub won't stay hot, that sounds really frustrating. I can't imagine why it is shutting off when it reaches the set temperature, it sounds like a problem with the thermostat. Have you considered calling a professional? A hot tub service company might have the expertise to get this diagnosed and fixed ASAP. Good luck! https://hottubstore.com/free-home-consul...

  • Hannah Schroeder
    Hannah Schroeder Nov 21, 2017

    It's strange that your hot tub shuts off after it reaches the temperature on the thermostat. The trouble with mine is that it says it reaches the thermostat temp, but when I check it with a thermometer, it's several degrees colder. I'm not sure if we have the same problem, but I'm going to take mine to a hot tub repair service, and maybe you should do the same. http://www.kaupaswater.com/maintenance.h...

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If you're sure your inline heater is ok, then try replacing the thermostat. Sounds like a short in it.

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  • randywoloszy Sep 05, 2011

    my spa wont stay hot we did buy new temp topside controls what is f2?

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