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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Chances are that your element is drawing too much current. Check the manufacturer's website to make sure that you have the correct size breaker installed. Low water flow could also affect this, so make sure all of your baskets and filters are clean and clear.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
You are probally having a problem with your pressure switch in the heater. This is located in the cabnet on the left side about half wau up just above the burner tray. It will have a ferrel nut on the back you can unscrew to get it off the copper tube it is attached to. Do this with the breaker off and once it is removed from the tube start the pump for a second and see if you have a freeflo of water from tube. If you do you need to ck the pre sw by replaceing the unit on the tube and removing one of the wires to it. If this solves the problem you probally need to replace the switch. If you don't get water flo through the tube you will need to follow the tube to where it hooks to the manifold and remove it there and clear the hole it goes into and the tube it self. This is a rare occurence on these heaters as they have plastic headers. My bet is you will find the pressure switch has gone bad. Good lucl I hope this has helped.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Hi and welcoe to FixYa, I am Kelly.
11,000W is the maximum power that it could draw. Given the wattage is over 10,000 I am certain that your Spa / Tub heater is 220 VAC If it is 220 VAC then you will need a 50 Amp breaker. If it only 110 VAC you will need a 100 Amp Breaker. (Gasp!)
Amp consumption will always vary.
Heater on / Off
Number of Blowers and pumps in operation at any given time. Then add lights to the equation. My best guess at any given time it is in "full operation" it will average 6,000 - 7,500 watts. When not in full use it the average amp usage would drop substantially.
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Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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