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Spa will not get up to temp I set it to 103 and it only gets to 91

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Go to a Pool & Spa Store & take your
owners manual, etc & discuss it there

91 may be a default setting when the pump is off
& it is not used,so you may have a problem

Posted on Nov 06, 2014

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