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My hot tub (coleman model 137) will not warm past 47 degrees. The pumps all run fine, the light that indicates the heater is working is red. Its below zero outside so I know the heater is working some what. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2011

    How far below zero is it? Do you have the cover on?

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