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Posted 11 June 2011 - 04:18 PM

I was able to get an older Hot Springs Grandee model g hot tub. We can not figure out the wiring. We had a tub installer swing by and he wasnt quite sure and asked for the tub owners manual or wiring diagram. I dont have these and was hoping one of the experts here could help. The tub has two big wires blue and red. Then 3 small red, white and blue. If anyone has an idaea or knows please letr me know. Thank you!!!

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Posted 12 June 2011 - 07:43 PM

I was able to get an older Hot Springs Grandee model g hot tub. We can not figure out the wiring. We had a tub installer swing by and he wasnt quite sure and asked for the tub owners manual or wiring diagram. I dont have these and was hoping one of the experts here could help. The tub has two big wires blue and red. Then 3 small red, white and blue. If anyone has an idaea or knows please letr me know. Thank you!!!



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Posted 12 June 2011 - 08:55 PM

Thank you so much! I will go and look there. :)

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 12:12 PM

Those are great, but depending on the age, sometimes the 30 amp and 20 amp lines are reversed. If the tub uses two Wavemaster 7000 pumps, the diagram is perfect.

But if it uses two Wavemaster 9000, or a Wavemaster 9000 and a Wavemaster 9200, the 20 and 30 amp lines are reversed.

Those instructions appear to have been written in 1996, before they started using larger, amperage hungry jet pumps.

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Posted 16 June 2011 - 03:00 AM

Those are great, but depending on the age, sometimes the 30 amp and 20 amp lines are reversed. If the tub uses two Wavemaster 7000 pumps, the diagram is perfect.

But if it uses two Wavemaster 9000, or a Wavemaster 9000 and a Wavemaster 9200, the 20 and 30 amp lines are reversed.

Those instructions appear to have been written in 1996, before they started using larger, amperage hungry jet pumps.


go to http://www.backyardplus.com/and type in your serial number you can then download the owners manual for your tub. Great source for HS parts too.
'97 Hot Spring Grandee (free) rebuilt to like new for $2,500 - mine
'02 Sundance Optima (free) rebuilt to like new for $750 - gave to daughter
'04 D1 Chairman (free) est. rebuild cost $1,000 - have buyer for $3,000
'01 Jacuzzi (free) haven't seen it yet

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