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Just set up a used heritage hot tub. Temp is up to 90 degrees but I can't turn off jets. It says push button once for low twice for high and third time to turn off. What am I doing wrong can only get high and low

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Make sure timer is not set on it will not turn off push all tabs on timer in that will solve problem

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