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Hi has anyone fixed the E02 fault code (water flow) by removing the sensor and just twisting the cables together to make a connection?

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It seems the by shorting the wires together, the processor will always sense watetflow, even when there should not be any, then trigger a new alarm for waterfowl issues.

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SOURCE: water over flows think its the water sensor

It's likely just the hose to the pressure (water level) switch that has come loose or fallen off. Remove the console screws and flip back the console to get access to the pressure switch and the connections. If the connection end of the pressure switch hose looks "stretched", trim 1/4" off and re-seat it.
If the hose looks ok (no cracks or splits), check the other end of the hose which connects to the side of the tub.
The see if the pressure switch is faulty, remove the pressure switch hose and attach a small hose to the pressure switch. Blow into it gently and listen for "clicking". Test with a fill to see if the switch shuts off the water valve.

Let me know if you need more assistance. If so, please post your model number.
Good luck!

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SOURCE: Hi I have a fault code P1180 Linear O2 sensor /

Yes you have a problem with wiring for the O2 sensor shorting out somewhere in the line. It could be anywhere from the sensor to the ECU. Make sure there are no breaks, burns, or crushed parts of the wiring.

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If this is an outdoor spa near trees, its almost a guarantee that the impeller is blocked with debris (pine needles can cause this in a hurry)

If the impeller is clean of debris and this is still happening, replace you pressure/flow switch.

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SOURCE: I have an E02 Code

Hi,

E02 means the unit is not getting adequate water or the drain is coming clogged. Remove the round access panel on the lower right front panel and take the drain catch off by twisting it. Water will come out so be careful, remove and clear all the debris in the drain catch. If you don't find anything then the issue might be with lack of water getting into the unit. If you are sure the water hoses are not frozen and have good water pressure then you will need to replace your electronic water valve on the back of the washer.If that doesn't resolve the problem and still shows E02 and you could hear pump running while filling,you have a closed relay on the board that should be open until it gets to the drain cycle.Something has happened to the board you are going to have to replace it.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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