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The Kohler spa tub in my bathroom is used very little, but now when I push the pressure switch to turn the motor on, NOTHING happens.\r\nThe outlet is ok, the circuit breaker is set properly, but it does not turn on. Any suggestions I can afford ???

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If all the circuitry and the outlet is reset you may also have a reset button on the motor itself that has to be pressed in to reset......Hope this helps.

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