Question about Jacuzzi MAGNUM FORCE POOL PUMP - TWO SPEED 2 HP 115/230V
Try disconnecting heater
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Your Jacuzzi should be connected to a large GFI breaker. If it pops as soon as you turn something on, there is an imbalance between the legs supplying the power to your device. When my (small "J") jacuzzi (at about age 15) did this, I discovered a small leak that had dripped onto the circuit board and had left a deposit causing a "short". I was able to clean the deposit off of the board physically, I fixed the leak and return my tub to service.
The GFI is very sensitive and for good reason. It protects you from dangerous electric voltages, even though the danger is low.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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