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  1. Check for a pressure switch on the chrome heater tube. Either inside the pack or in behind the pack
  2. OMF'ING GOD that's hilarious I'm killing myself laughing!! Who posted that?...Oh wait it was that Canadian Guy... ah hahahaha. He's so funny... and handsome 🌟
  3. Hey now, I resemble that remark.😉 You can really see it when he smiles 😬
  4. @Factory Rep You must be new. Let me offer some advice.. posting on an internet forum such as this one that has many trusted independent service professionals as responding members trying to defend your product lines will not end well. LPI's reputation proceeds you and it will be a loosing battle. Just Say'n Good Luck
  5. We don't take away the packaging either. No place to put it on the truck and if you try and strap it down on the trailer it will be all over the road. If you have a trailer with 8 spas on it for delivery that day the amount of packaging is unmanageable. If you ordered a spa in Feb. and got it in May you are a VERY lucky person. Most mfg's are 6 mths minimum and there is no way to confirm that. With all the supply chain issues the industry is having target dates are moving targets...sometimes they are off by days and sometimes months. Just the way it is right now. You have to take s
  6. Check/test the fuses first (the large ones that say SC25 or SC30 on them) If you can access the pumps backside there is a dust cover dead center at the back of the motor. Remove the cover and you will see a slot in the shaft of the motor where you can place a flat head screwdriver in and try and see if it turns freely or if it is stuck/seized.
  7. The one thing that is a must is access for future service. Imagine you purchase a new car and then go ahead and weld the hood shut! Sounds crazy but that is exactly what you are doing when you buy a Spa and sink it in, unless you provide removable access panels. With today’s Spas you will need to access to the front of the Spa and all the sides. The reality is you may require a plumbing or lighting repair that is only accessible from the side of the Spa, not the front. So just in case you do have a problem, you need access to all sides of the Spa. Spa manufacturers do not reimburse dealers for
  8. Again some blowers are internally heated. Depending on access wherever is easiest to get it apart below the check valve and feel around for wet. The moisture might dry out with some blower running time.
  9. Oh so now I gotta open the links your posting as well...lol. I just looked at the pic on Ebay...it looked like 6"... never seen one that small.. lol
  10. As long as the moisture/water is not getting below the check valve I would say you are good. Is it a heated blower? (some blow warmed/heated air and some just blow air) Could be a bit of condensation but you want to make sure it is not getting below and back to the blower as it could possibly short it out. I would disconnect it below the check valve and check it for wetness
  11. This might work: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/124101060983?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=706-89093-2056-0&mkcid=2&itemid=124101060983&targetid=885167349563&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=1002347&poi=&campaignid=9561945102&mkgroupid=98506997979&rlsatarget=pla-885167349563&abcId=1063836&merchantid=137621537&gclid=CjwKCAjw1uiEBhBzEiwAO9B_HdkduRmWRDPJLWo9vIXXIYqWEgrubM6w7GDi0b5NoKyDTMcwro-QFBoC2bkQAvD_BwE
  12. Yep same spot. Was also hoping one of the HS experts chimed in with the fix and o ring sizes needed if thats what has failed. Will be tearing the one I have apart tomorrow. Called my supplier and the heater had gone up in price from their CAT. price by $210 CDN!!! For me price is up to the customer but at least its in stock if the original can't be fixed and with parts supply these days that's a victory in itself. I'll post what I find
  13. Please post photos of your circuit board and the schematic on the inside cover of your spa pack so we can see. Post photo of white tag on pump motor and the topside as well. Basically all the parts you just installed.
  14. Yeah I'm looking at the topside wires that are all tapped up and thinking that's a problem. Replace the topside a new pressure switch and enjoy. Remove filters until the FLO issue is fixed if you have not already. Remove them from the equation as a very high percentage of FLO issues are filter related
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