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My heater is heating to 100 degrees as indicated on the heater, but the actual temp in the spa is much less, usually 10- 15 degrees less

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Press menu, scroll to settings. There should be a choice labeled "calibrate". You can change the temp reading here.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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