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I have four blinking lights and it reads clean filter cartridges or call for service. First three lights blink jet one jet two and light and also heat light. All four blink and tub will not heat up. Keeps kicking on making a humming noise and cuts back off. I have cleaned the pump from lime and it ran about 2 hours and does the same thing starts blinking again.

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Hi we have had this problem a lot - it has ALWAYS turned out to be something to do with the filters e.g. they needed cleaned or a duck stuck in them. So check and clean even if you don't think they are due a clean. On some occasions still had to play about with setting the jets on switching on off always got a positive result

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Is your pump actually moving water?

I think you should replace your cartridge filter or at the very least, do a thorough cleaning in accord with the manufacturer instruction.

There is a possibility you have pump impeller damage or there is other problem with the pump.

Posted on May 16, 2010

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