Question about Pool & Spa
Check for a silver and black lable and check the voltage most tubs due to the high power usage from heating, pumping, lights and filtering are 220 volts and 40 to 50 amps.
Posted on Apr 18, 2013
Check that the pump isn't siezed up.
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