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Eclipse heating The Eclipse will not heat above 37C & temperature drops after 10 minutes in the tub. I have removed the noisy motor for servicing. Is there any way of improving a heating system that works on waste heat from the motor? Surely, replacing the motor with a more energy efficient one is only going to exacerbate the problem?

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    Kev Hughes Mar 21, 2014

    Just dismantled the pump & the impeller is fine. About to run it on the bench to check noise levels. Did notice how inefficient the heating design was with no dedicated heat exchanger in the system. Are there such upgrade replacement items that may do the trick. Also forgot to mention that the warm up trial was done with an old cover on but a quilt over the top. A new cover is on order.

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Sounds as if the 'mode' for the tub is set to sense the temperature of the water. see if there is a setting on the control box to a 'timed' setting for filtering and heating instead of controlled by the temperature setting. the problem is the the control box is away from the water and when it calls for heat it is because the water is cooler there than in the hot tub. so when it calls for heat and the water starts to circulate it gets the hot water from the body of the hot tub and then shut down because it senses the 'hot water'. make sense?

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Do a cooling system pressure check for a blown head gasket.

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You probally just need to increase your water flow. On the pipes going to the heater their should be a valve bridging the inlet and outlet pipes. This valve should be closed about 80-90% so it forces more water through the heater. I hope this helps.

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SOURCE: My hot tub will not heat up. The motor is running

sounds like the heating element has gone to the next life,.....you can test it with an ohm tester,....MAKE SURE POWER OFF WHILE WORKING ON IT!!!! but no doubt it just needs a "heating element" cracklin joe

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