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The spa has come up with thermal cut off see user guide?

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Water at the sensor has reached an unsafe tempurature. Check for proper water flow. There is usually a small button to push in to reset the sensor, it may be a red button the size of a pencil eraser or the same but behind a black rubber boot. Almost always located on the spa heater pack. Try removing the filter and running, if it continues to operate and heat, replace the filter. If not check the circulation pump for proper operation.

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