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  1. Retooling '91 tub. Replacing pump and topside control & the spa pack: Balboa VS510SZ PN 54371HC3 . Would like to re-use older (2003), occasionally used, 110v air blower. Looks like electrical diagram shows only one blower plug and its rated 240v. Is it possible to use 3 and if so which 3 of the 4 (AMP-4?) plug in holes on the board or do I need to buy new blower? Thanks
  2. Hi I have an old (1995!) Cal Spa Supra model PS5. I'm replacing a 5 port 1.5" valve (https://spacare.com/CalSpafiveWayVerticalValvePLU21100090.aspx) for the air channel/rejuvenetor seat/floor and wall jets, since the old one is cracked and slowly leaking water. There is also a much bigger leak in one of the hoses (to the wall jets maybe?) coming from the valve, too. Do I only need to fix the leaks, or should I worry about water in this valve and in the air hose line? No water in hose where the blower is attached.
  3. i recently installed a 2006 sundance altamar hot tub at my house. when i hit the blower button it was making a vacuum sound....now when i hit it all i hear is a clicking sound at the top right of the circuit board....any suggestions on how i can diagnose the problem?
  4. H, I have a Jandy LX heater, about 5 years old. When I turn on the heater, it sounds like it's trying to start but the blower never kicks in, and it eventually the system shuts down. I manually rotated the fan inside the blower so I can get the blower to turn on, but the first cycle should run at the highest speed, then cycle into a lower fan speed when the igniters kick in. The blower though, never reaches that high rate of speed, and it idles for about 1-2 mins then the system shuts down. We had the pool guy out, who wants to replace the blower for around $575, but after reading on this forum about obstructions (especially during seasons of disuse), I want to explore that first. I would like to pull the blower, but the pool guy said that there are two blowers, one on the other side of the unit, which is too hard to get to without breaking things. What do you make of this? Do you think it's worth pulling the blower at the entrance of the heater at least? Or does it just sound like a blower that's simply trying its hardest to die? C Crawford
  5. I have three problems that all happened together concerning my spa equipment. 1) The blower will not start. I suspect it is an electrical problem, as when I turn the switch absolutely nothing happens. I have reset the breaker in the panel board and checked the wiring inside the blower. What seemed odd is that the switch only had a red wire hooked up to it (as well as the green ground). The black was not connected to anything. See picture below. Did something happen internally? 2) My spa pump is will not start. For the past two days, it had been working but at an extremely loud noise, which I suspected was the bearing. Just today, it fails to turn on and only makes a humming noise. After 10 seconds, the humming noise stops (no breaker was tripped). See link to video below. 3) My heater will not turn on. Is this because the pump is not turned on, and no water is flowing through it? Or are they completely independent? I have ensured that power is getting to the panel board next to my equipment, as my pool light works (same panel) as well as another outlet. My equipment is 8 years old. Pump: 2 HP Hayward Bay North Star Blower: Silencer 1HP http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMDEf-qnx0A
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