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sounds like a CDI issue!
could also be an ignition switch or run/stop switch issue.
is the bike lacking any power when running?
Maybe stator pick-up coil as well.
Have electrical components checked at the dealer.
Hello, What you still the actul circuits on the timer,the thing that can make a dryer not start are things you hav ealready checked plus also the timer&motor,and perhaps a belt switch i could not find your actual model number to see if it has a belt switch but lots of brand use a switch that cuts motor curcuit when belt is broke, but as i said it also could be timer or motor
The compressor pobably has a faulty unloader valve which bleeds the pressure off that is left in the cylinder when the compressor turns off . The unloader valve allows the compressor to start the next on cycle with the cylinder empty. Trying to start the compressor with the cylinder under pressure causes too much current draw and trip the circuit breaker.
I would check to see if there is any spark coming from the coil.If there is no spark there I would start looking at the fuses.Check all the fuses sometimes they run things like that through other circuts as well as it's own circut, so a fuse labled ECMB,IGN,ECMA.... should be checked also.
You have 1 of 2 problems #1 the breaker overload element is bad=replace breaker, #2 You have a shot somewhere in your line feeding your spa, make sure you have power to the line side of your panel/breaker. hope this helps you...