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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
probably becuase its faulty...try replacing it and go from there...or else there is another source of resistance in the circuit some where....also, check your fuses....a blown fuse will stop flow of current as well.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
Check for voltage at the pump, before assuming the relays are out... then check for voltage before and after the relay contacts
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
The worst calcium build-up I have seen on an Acrylic shell was actually caused by incorrect use of chemicals by the owner. The owner was dosing in very large quantities which was the cause of their issues. Little and often is the best way to go when adding any chemicals to a hot tub.
I don't rate Aqua Finesse at all. I have seen cirulation lines partially blocked due to similar products, I wont recommend it to any of my customers or use it myself.
If you were my customer, I'd be running through your chemical routine and the quantities that you add at any one time. It's possible that you are over-dosing and causing the problem to get worse.
Posted on May 15, 2010
SOURCE: New pump overheats
ICE is potential freeze condition warning. Should not relate to the pump issue.
Is your new motor same Amperage as old one?
Is the wet end(pump) on the new pump the same horse power as the one it replaced?
Lack of ventilation for the motor, or clogged motor vents.
Check for undersized wiring or poor electrical connections.
Check if your pump has a thermal overload, this safety mechanism will turn the motor off when it gets too hot. The pump should restart once it cools down.
Remove the intake plumbing and visually inspect the impeller, observe for impeller failure. Spin the impeller to see if it turns without impedance.
Before you inspect the pump turn of the power to avoid electrical shock!
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
SOURCE: laz y spa pump showing e02
our lay-z-spa was showing the e02 and not working so we checked on here and found some great ideas and went off to try them. as we was putting the pump unit back together we noticed that pipe B was flat !!!! so we rounded the pipe and slightly raised the pump unit and turned it all back on and it is now working fine so we thought we would metion it on here x
Posted on Sep 15, 2012
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