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I have a comfort spa portable hot tub with the pump housed within I am hearing a clicking noise and the dispaly shows the temperature readings ascending and the error code sn - what is the problem

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This indicates a sensor failure. Either the temperature sensor has failed, or it has become disconnected from the control unit. If you find that it is still in place, replace the sensor.

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