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  1. I had been noticing this month that the control panel is getting a little harder to use, normally I go out and push the button for ten mins and let it run so I can test my water. Lately I have been having to press either of the buttons a few times before they respond. Four days ago I went out and my water was almost warm, I left it alone after unplugging the power, and searched Google for Classic F Jets work but no heat. I ran into something about the circulation pump, and I had forgotten to see if the water was circulating. I went out yesterday plugged it back in and saw the water circulating
  2. Hello, I have a Hot Springs, Hot Spot, Trinidad, 2005 model hot tub. I just replaced the jet pump on it as it was rusted out. The pump works perfectly now on both speeds, the lights work, and the heater is jamming out at 111 degrees, even though the default 102 is what it should be stopping at. I replaced the filter as well. The problem is the display will read like 85 degrees but in measuring the water with an outside probe it reads 111 degrees, and I get 3 blinking lights on the display panel. The heater is obviously working, so I thought maybe it was a faulty temp sensor. The part numb
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