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I have just got my lay z spa back out again after packing away for a couple of months this winter. It worked initially but the plug seemed to get very hot to touch. We were in the middle of heating up the water and had an EO5 error come up on the panel. Is this a catastrophe and have we no choice but to take advice from Bestway or has anyone any experience of this or advice for us on how to fix the problem.

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SOURCE: Kenmore side by side model 106.55512400 inside frame hot to touch

There is an electric heater in the center which is called a mullion heater. If you have an energy saver switch on your model turn it to the saving position.

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SOURCE: Panel reads "water sensor opened"

I had the same problem. The water sensor is on a pipe running into your pump. It will have a circular clamp around it. Remove the clamp and pull the sensor out of the pipe. The wires should run into your control box. disconnect the wires and replace. My water sensor was part 7790. Not sure if you have the same one. Do an online search. bestbuypoolsupply.com has them for $50 plus 9 for shippng. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Heater will only heat spa water to luke warm.

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

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SOURCE: Pential Easy Touch Pool/Spa remote says the water

you can change the calibration on the temp. or how did you check the sensor

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SOURCE: our artic spa hot-tub is showing HL in the panel

HL is normally a "high limit" fault. If your filter is clean and you have sufficient flow, you may have a faulty high limit sensor. It should be mounted on the heater itself. The high limit sensor shuts the heater off if it senses excessively hot water. Check to see that you have sufficient flow, clean the filter, and make sure the filter pump is running. If everything else is running properly, you may have to replace the high limit sensor.

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