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Could be bad sensor whether crank sensor, sam sensor, idle air control sensor, bad ignition module, bad coil or even timing belt. if you have a service engine soon light/creck engine light it's more than likely a sensor. If no light, probably timing belt/fuel filter plugged/ or weak fuel pump.
to me it sounds like the alternator is intermittenly cutting out and when they cut out they can do some wierd stuff i'd recommend you letting an automotive electrical shop look at the alternator and test it
Take the turn signal bulbs off and check for corrosion. Clean the bulb contacts and harnesses. Put enough bulb grease on the contacts but not on the bulbs and try them out. You can clean them with a wire brush or how ever you find suitable.
It sounds like the circuit board has a bad blower control relay which kicks on intermittenly. If the blower off button is pushed, the blower shuts off, right? Sometimes the problem is in the blower itself, but very rare. The spa should be on a dedicated circuit as stated in the installation manual, no with the pool.