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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to Intex - E96 is a "System Error", and the most common problem associated with that fault code is a failed GFCI Cord End.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2015
I am only asking, because I noticed that you reported that this is a 400,000 BTU heater.
And you are speaking of spa jets?
And... You stated that you are seeing pretty good flow coming into the pump, because you can see through the lid of your pump. This provides for me, a red flag. If water is coming into the pump at a good pace, it's got to be going somewhere, right?
you can't have X amount of water coming into the pump and have less then X returning to the spa. If this be the case, then you have an underground leak, and you will be noticing a water loss problem. So... i'm going to take a guess, that this may be a pool/spa combo?
if so, my guess would be that certain valves, are not properly opened or closed. And I would guess that water is returning to the pool, and the remainder of the water is flowing back through the spa jets, that you are reporting.
if this system that you are reporting about, is only a spa, then I will join the club, I too am stumped.
Posted on May 25, 2015
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