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On a Jacuzzi tub installation, what is the difference between a RapidHeat S750000 heater and the RapidHeat DQ75000 heater?

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Not exactly sure but one will be an inline pressure heater and the other should be the vacuum heater.

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MY JACUZZI DOESN'T SEEM TO HAVE ANY PLACE TO PUT A HEATER AND IT IS TOO COLD HERE TO USE IT VERY MUCH. IT IS AN OLDER MODEL. IS THERE A HEATER THAT WE COULD USE TO PUT HEAT IN OUR JACUZZI. AM I MISSING...


In line heaters will not HEAT the water, they will only maintain the temperature inside the tub within a few degrees. You should not try to install the heater yourself, it would be best to have a plumber come over and give you a quote on how much it would be to install it. A plumber can look at the tub, see if there is a place that the heater can be CUT IN to the pipes, and install it. You likely won't get it to work. The inline heaters are required to be put on a GFCI circuit because they are powered in a wet environment. Unless your tub is not hardwired in to the house, and you actually have a GFCI circuit under the tub. But like I said, these do not heat the tub, they only maintain. And the life of these is not very long if you use soaps and shampoos in the tub while the heater is on. It won't take any time at all for the oils to build up on the elements, rendering it useless.

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We have a flexible 1 1/2" line on our tub. Can the heater be installed on a flexible line?


Yes bath heaters may be installed on flexible PVC tubing. it is essentially the same as rigid PVC piping but has flexible properties.

Feb 12, 2011 | Jacuzzi S750000 Black RapidHeat In Line...

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I have the espree 536 jacuzzi tub. which heater is required for this unit. i ordered the s750000 but it is the wrong one


you will have to look to see where the fitting is to install this heater.
there are two styles of heaters they use (mostly)
In-line pressure heater that installs after the discharge of the pump but before any of the jets.
the in-line Vacuum heater installs before the front of the pump in the suction line.

Jan 16, 2011 | Jacuzzi RapidHeat In-Line Heater U395000 [...

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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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How do you know if a heater is compatible with your whirlpool tub?


look at the heater you have. it will say either Pressure Inline Heater or Vacuum Heater. The pressure heater installs after the pump and the vacuum heater will install before the pump in the suction line.

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RapidHeat In-Line Heater U395000 [ Bathtubs and Whirlpools,: My jacuzzi tub jets run for ONLY about 5 minutes b...


you have a bad motor - when a motor overheats there is a sensor inside the motor that will shut if down so as to not damage the windings and such. once your tub has cooled down for 10 mins or so it will turn back on. the fact that you can push the button multiple times just means that you are turning the air switch on the back of the motor on/off until you get to the point where the motor has cooled down and will turn back on. if you do not push the air button after the tub shuts down and you finish your bath then when the pump cools down it will come back on because the air switch in the motor is latching i.e. it is either on or off. Since you left it in the on position the motor will come back on once the motor has cooled down.

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Does new jacuzzi bathtub nead the heater


Jacuzzi heaters are an addon and are a convnience accessory. They are not required for functionality of the unit. I personnaly do not have a heater in either of mine.


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Rapid Heater for Jacuzzi


The light is supposed to be on when the tub is full of water and the pump comes on. Make sure the heater is plugged into a seperate breaker, it cannot be on the same line as the pump.
Look on the heater for a label. If your heater is installed on the discharge side of the pump it should say "pressure heater" on it. If it is installed in front of the pump it should say "Vacuum Heater" on it.
Once installed, fill the tub with water and turn the pump on. If it is installed in the correct position the light will come on when the pump turns on.

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