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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the heater tests out good, you most likely have a problem with the water temperature sensor. Make sure that the temp readout matches the actual water temp.. Sometimes the heater will think that the water is up to temp because the temp sensor is feeding the circuit board bad info. Check sensors, replace as necessary.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
You should start with checking all your breakers to be sure the breaker did not pop just half of your breaker. This is something you should do with all your breakers. When you do this you should shut down all your 220v breakers so you don't get bleed back through the system. Other than that you need to look for resets on the tub. The heater is a good place to start and don't forget the gfci's on the tub or in the bath or laundry room.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Check for a water leak in the electrical areas of your spa... specifically look closely around the heater terminals, look for wet and corroded connections... If this spa is wired to a plug-in outlet, look at the GFCI plug assembly as well... You can also try disconnecting the blower, pump, heater, etc, from the control pack (one at a time) to determine which item is causing the tripping.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
in the economy mode it will only maintain a temperature so that it will not freeze. Economy mode is mostly for vacation time or for winter if you are not going to be using the hot tub for an extended period of time.
Put it into the standard mode and you will be able to have a HOT tub and will function as it should
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Posted on Aug 23, 2011
It sounds like there may be a short in it causing the breaker to trip. I would disconnect the wires from the new element, tape them up and test for the problem again. If it still trips it is not related to the heater element. If it still trips it is not related to the heater element and therefore additional diagnostics need to be used to find out what is is wrong.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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