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My heater only heats the spa to 80 degrees. Where should I look first for the cause?

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The thermostat.

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You need to check your temp sensor and your high limit. Both are tubes that slide into the plumbing on or near your heater. If this is a tube heater then they are probally at on each end of the heater and will have small wires coming from them that go back to the control board. Farely common problem and easy enough to fix with replaceing them both. A number of models wire them together so they come as one part. Good luck.

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HI I have my hot tub at 104 but it will only heat up to about 80 degrees. what is my problem


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