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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can go to arcticspas.com but from what I see they are all 230V 50 AMP GFCI breaker requirements. Which means that you will have to have dedicated 240V circuit with GFCI protection as it is a wtaer based appliance. If you have anymore questions please ask.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
sounds like you have an electronic system that operates the tub. Many times those get hit with a voltage spike and it burns up a relay on the circuit board and THAT is what make them come on at weird times.
You will most likely need a new control for your tub.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
SOURCE: hot tub won't get hot enough
Low Heat -
This problem is not usually associated with the heater element but more often a result of water flow issues. Specifically blockages such as dirty filters, partially closed valves etc... But... excessive scale/mineral build up on the element is on uncommon and can result in reduced heating. The fix is easy, use chemical treatments to reduce scale build up.
No heat or water is only heating to 60F- 80F? If you are getting a low reading this is because the water is only being heated by the friction caused by running through the plumbing system and pump. Assuming there has not been a dry fire (visual signs of burn/overheat marks/ damage to the heater tube) and your temperature sensor and hi limit are in working order.
A bad element. Like a light bulb, spa heater elements will burn out over time & there are many factors which affect their longevity.
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
Most hot tubs have a low water cut off switch to protect the pump so it may be okay. A garden hose could have drained the water out overnight. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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