Question about Pool & Spa
Go into system set up go to heat calibration allows 4 degrees each way
Posted on Nov 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is in your temp sensor or in the well that holds it. The temp sensor is easy enough to replace in most heaters. If you have a mineral build up on the well you would need a pro to do this and you need to address the cause of this. This will be the long shot problem and the temp probe is more likley the problem. I could give you instructions but no heater brand or model and no info on in spa or out of spa or style of control. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
SOURCE: the display on the Jandy
If you replace the sensor and get the same code,there is only one option before replacing the board...This only works on a board with one (4 pin ) red connector terminal. If you have two it won't work. On the back of the board, directly behind the "air temp" wire terminals, there is a small black diode with a silver stripe.This is a redundant circuit and isn't necessary. AFTER you turn off the power to the board, you can cut this diode off with some dykes.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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If the Easy Touch is reading the correct temperature, but the heater is not - you need to double check the temperature of the pool water with a standard pool thermometer.
Other things to consider:
1) The water is traveling too slowly through the heater. If the water is heating too quickly, then it will shut it off. If it takes a while for this to occur, then this would not be the issue.
2) Thermostat/thermistor is incorrectly reading the temperature of the water prematurely shutting the system down.
Make sure you really are checking the temperature of the water and matching this temperature up with one of the two readings that you are getting. Don't just take the word of the displays on either unit.
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
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