Question about Pool & Spa
I'm not just going to spend 500 for new PCB board. I would like to know if anyone has a procedure for testing the relays K1-K3?
When everything is connected, and your heater is not heating, is the heat indicator icon active on the topside control panel?
Indicating to the user, that the tub should be heating? If it is not, then you have a sensor issue, because the circuit board is not sending power to the heater relays. And hence No Heat!
if the icon is active...
if so, then you are possibly correct in thinking that you could have bad heater relays on your circuitboard. It is A good possibility that they are bad, as it is a common situation that we see in the field. Unfortunately unless you are a circuit board rebuilder, or you know how to de-solder and re-solder, new relays, you have to purchase a new circuitboard. If you are up to some experimentation, and would like to do it yourself, this link may provide you an avenue to obtain such relays?
Spa Relays Ez Hot Tubs
if I was on site, this is what I would do...
Posted on Apr 14, 2015
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