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GFI Plug on my Dream Maker spa is ticking when I plug it in the pump will run but it pulses.I just ran a dedicated line to it and when i plugged it in this is what I got,it also does this when plugged into an existing outlet.It was working fine two days ago.

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Sounds like wiring problem, rule out GFI sometimes they just go bad or have your wiring checked in that run something is not hooked up correctly or loose. Make sure this circuit it is not shared with anything else. If not ran for 2 years could be wiring problem in spa get it checked out be safe, water and electric bad news if your not familiar with or comfortable with electrical issues. Good luck!

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I have the same problem with a one week old x400. It was working fine last night but about 8 hours later water temp has dropped 4 degrees and the pump will not turn on, I can hear the relay in the control box make a ticking sound when I press the pump icon on the control center but the pump does not start. Is there a fuse in the control box?

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open control panel will see a small glass fuse replace if blown if 220 volt check that getting power on both lines

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Is this a recent development? Is the pump on a shared circuit or does it have its own breaker?

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