Question about Garden
Open the access panel under the unit where the pump is located. Place a small electric heater in the cavity up off the floor and not pointed toward anything close so it won't melt. put it on a low setting and close up the access panel.
Leave power to the hot tub disconnected.
Check after an hour but unplug heater befor you open access panel again in case water may be leaking somewhere. More than likely you will probably find that you have some leaks when it thaws out.
Once it thaws out you'll probably have to replace the heater or the pump. one or the other failed unless it was due to a power failure.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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