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Maax Hydromax C01 followed by E06 Error Code

After a recent use of the tub, the display continues to flash C01 followed by E06. We have reset the GFCI breaker but the error codes return when power is restored. We are still able to fill and use the tub. Please advise.

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    My tub has the same problem. Please help.

  • gilvogel Oct 11, 2010

    After gaining access to the service door for the tub, I was able to determine that the ribbon cable for the water detector going to the electronics box on the back of the pump had become loose. After plugging it back in and then powering off/on the pump, the blinking light on the back of the pump went back to solid and the error on the control panel eliminated.


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first of all check the circuit breakers to be sure one or both aren't kicked. be sure to turn the breaker all the way off and then fully on as a tripped breaker is in a halfway off position. if that doesnt fix your problem remove the access panel to the mechanical space in your tub. there are generally one or two reset buttons in there which can also kick off and need to be reset.

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