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Nu-wave spa hot tub controls. Nothing turns on and we have reset the GFI. It is plugged in. Is there a part on it similar to a electric dryer called a thermal limiter? Or what else could be the problem. No lights, nothing...When this occurred the water level was below the jets. Isthere a reset switch I cannot see. Where do I test for AC voltage?

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ok " the timer has points that act like a switch , they get burt and will not work after a long time

replace time , it's just a plug in unit

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SOURCE: GFI plug trips when pluged in, no reset

You are trying to draw too much power from the dedicated electrical line, or you may have an outlet that is needing replaced. Try to use another plug, in another room to test

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That means you have a short to ground somewhere in the system. They can be a pain to track down. You must have a volt/ohm meter and check each component and part individually untill you find the short.

There is a small chance that the GFCI is bad itself.(The part thats poping off and has the reset button.)

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load neutral connects to the neutral binding screw on the GFI, do NOT connect the load neutral to the neutral bar.

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