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Spa was below temp, now it heats and won't shut off.


Is your spa overheating, heating up past 104 degrees?
If so, you have a contactor (or relay) stuck shut and the spa should go into OH at 108 degrees.
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If your hot tub is only heating to 104 or what ever temp you have it set at and the motor runs 24 hours a day there are a couple of things you'll want to check.
First, make sure that you do not have the pump set to run 24 hours a day.
Second, you'll want to see if the pump icon is lit up on the control panel. You will want to check to see if the icon is on while the spa is supposed to be resting. During filter cycles the icon will be lit. If you are not in a filter cycle and the pump is on while the icon light is off, you have a stuck contactor (relay). The relays can be found online for less then a couple of dollars.
If you have any more questions feel free to ask.

Feb 23, 2015 | Dream Maker Spas Dream Maker Spa - X500...

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Balboa hot tub.. how to turn up the HEAT / TEMP , no owners manual, and does anyone know where I can get one?


You do not have a Balboa Hot Tub. That is the company that made the control panel for it. Id venture to guess it's either a Hawkeye, Barefoot or Master spa if it came with no owners manual. To turn up the heat simply press the Red "up" arrow on the digital control pad. Check out the link below. It's a quick reference guide to what I'm guessing is your top side control.
http://www.hawkeyespas.com/pdf/balboa-504-topside.pdf

Apr 22, 2013 | Garden

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Raise temp above 120


Raising temperature above 120 degrees requires service call.
Or change dip switch settings and risk voiding warranty and causing service call expense.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Troubleshoot-Rheem-Tankless-water-heater.html#temperature

Earliest versions of Rheem tankless 2006-8 let you set temperature up to 140 degrees F using remote.
However the hotter setting caused error codes because the burner cannot keep up with both high temperature and large volume of hot water rushing through pipe. Especially in winter with cooler incoming water that must be heated more to reach temperature set point.
The burner simply cannot keep up.
So Rheem changed maximum temperature at remote control to tepid 120 degrees, which is not hot enough for folks wanting hot shower, or folks filling whirlpool tub because water in tub cools before tub fills.

Oct 27, 2012 | Rheem Tankless Water Heater Main Remote...

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My Oaisis II hot tub stays at 103 and now it's dropped down to 68 degrees for the past 3 days? Could there be a problem with my heater element? Or is there a sequence of resetting the temp buttons on top...


Information on the care of your product and troubleshooting is available here:

http://www.oasisleisure.ca/customer_care/SpaCare.html

Did you have a recent power outage? It is necessary to reset the temperature after a power outage.

Check the temperature setting on your hot tub; if it has defaulted do to a power outage reset to the desired temperature. If it is still set at your desired setting and is operating at 68 degrees then there is a problem that is preventing the tub from reaching the set temperature.

Some possible causes and actions are:

Pull filter (see if light comes on) / Replace filter
Knife valves not fully open / Open knife valves

Pressure switch cut of calibration / Adjust pressure switch
Faulty Pressure Switch / Replace pressure switch

Air leak, check pump suction line / Tighten pump union
Heating element corroded / Replace element

Faulty control panel / Replace panel

Find the Manual for you specifc model for more explansyion on Troubeshootig.

Feb 06, 2011 | Home

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I have a new Jacuzzi tub with a Rapid In-Line Heater. When I fill the tub the water the initial temp is 67 degrees. The heater only increases the temp to 71 degrees. What is wrong with the heater ,if...


The bath heater you have is not designed to HEAT water - they only Maintain what you start with.
You need to start the bathtub with the hot water you want. It will only heat about 1-2 degrees an hour.

Jan 08, 2011 | Jacuzzi RapidHeat In-Line Heater U395000 [...

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Just drained and refilled, plugged back in and hot tub is not heating. Three lights flashing at temp controls. Is there a reset


Most hot tubs have a freeze protection that will lock you out and run the pumps full blast with no heater if the temerature is under 50 degrees F.The circulating pumps create heat until the water temp is above 50 degrees, and then the heater will come on after that.
Hot tubs do this to protect themselves and it is normal operation.

Nov 22, 2010 | Qca Spas Pool & Spa

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Hot tub heating is working but pump has stopped


you may have a system that uses a small circulating pump that circulates the water thru the heater to keep water temp at proper level (this is usually the case with hot springs spas and is because it is the most cost effective way to maintain constant water heat without using a full size pump or two speed pump just to push water past the heater core. therefore the issue is you have a problem with your jet pump and it has nothing to do with the circulating and heating portion of the spa. you can check to see if there are any reset buttons in or near the equipment as well as open enclosures to make sure everything is clean and dry also make use any contacts on spa skirting are secured propertly

Apr 24, 2010 | Pool & Spa

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QCA Opal hot tub display reading OH.


The tub experienced an overheat situation. This may be due to leaving the t stat turned all the way up and not monitoring or the hi-limit sensor is defective. The hi-limit sensor will shut down the heating cicuit if temp gets above 105 D optimally.the fact that the heater light is on is a good sign that things are working at this point.Whether or not a suitable temp(100-103 D) will be arrived at is to be seen. If spa heat kicks off before set temp is reached then replace hi-limit sensor.

Apr 10, 2009 | Qca Spas Jewel Series Topaz Plus Hot Tub

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Washer is a top load set it hot water and starts with hot and then will go cold willnot stay on hot G E Profile ,model wwa8350g


most new washers sense water temp and will try to adj final tub water temp by alternately running cold or hot as needed ..most hot settings are not faucet temp but a predetermined temp so if your hot water is 140 degrees coming in the control will switch the cold on to bring final tub water temp down to preset ..which could be as low as 100 degrees the industry's way of energy conservation

Sep 23, 2008 | GE Washing Machines

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