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  1. Hello everyone. This one is weird for me. I've worked on my own tubs for about 6 years now and have mid-level electrician experience (ran 220 lines, can test with various circuit testers, replaced breakers and motors) I found the GFI tripped and it refused to reset. Disconnected the tub, opened the main breaker, and it physically could not be reset. The breaker was about three years old. We have had power issues, brown outs and power loss due to weather. Maybe even a close lightening strike. I assumed the breaker was bad and replaced it. The tub is a 4 year old Jacuzzi J
  2. Sunday 10 Mar 19 Maax Vita, Grand 2015. Has two pumps. Drained and refilled and got an air bubble. We did not fill it properly. Should have been thru the filter port, but instead a hose was simply put into the tub and it created the air bubble. Shame on us. O.K., that said, when attempting to start it up, A Purge Air message was displayed. I tried to burp it by turning the pumps on and off and going from low to hi speed with each pump. Then I tried a plunger to try to purge air by plunging at the filter opening. I turned the heat down as low as possible so the heater would not
  3. Last year my hot tub froze when I was gone down South driving my parents. I did not doing anything for it was a solid block of ice. This Spring/Summer I monitored for leaks. It all seemed good, the ater level never changed. Of course procrastinating a little bit, I got it cleaned out and replaced with fresh water. I turned the breaker on and it tripped after some time (not instantaneously). I checked continuity across the element and it was present. I removed the two wires from the control panel to the heater and turned the breaker on. The pumps turned on and the breaker never popped a
  4. Late last year we took delivery of an Artesian Kona Elite spa (2 5HP main pumps). The spa was wired to a 50A GFI breaker disconnect in accordance with the dealers' instructions. The disconnect was tied to a 60A breaker in the main panel. We immediately ran into problems with the spa sporadically tripping the breaker, Sometimes it was in the first 15 minute cycle, other times it would wait until the third 15 minute cycle. Ordinarily we would bathe for about 30 minutes and wouldn't have any trouble. On average it would trip every 3-4 weeks one way or the other. The technicians wer
  5. Recently acquired my parents Hotspring Sovereign 2003 model. Had to replace heater relay board and small circulation pump. Panel lights operating as they shoukd now, spa is properly primed from what I can tell, ozone with bubbles working as they should. Now when I turned on heater breaker, set temp to 102, after about 5 minutes the breaker trips. I feel the water warm where the bubbles rise so it seems to be heating. Heater is Watkins no fault 6000. Any suggestions or advice would be helpful.
  6. I have a Legacy Whirlpool Enterprise VS that I purchased in 2011. The tub is hooked up directly to a dedicated 50A GFCI breaker. About 5 seconds after power is supplied, the breaker trips. I have tried troubleshooting the source of the issue by isolating each component one at a time and powering up the tub in between each disconnect. No matter which component is connected, the breaker trips. Even when all of the components (including the heater) are disconnected from the circuit board, the breaker will trip. Each time power is supplied, a few seconds pass, and I can hear something click
  7. Hello folks, hoping to get some help. Running a spa pack with air switches, 2 speed pump, the slower speed runs while the tub is heating up, then kicks off when it hits the desired temp (at full setting on the spa pack usually between 102 and 105 degrees f.), then kicking back on and off as the thermostat dictates. The Problem: The spa keeps tripping the GFI. As far as I can tell from monitoring the situation, it's happening right when the water hits the desired temp and the pump shuts back off from the low speed. I had an electrician friend test the GFI and he says it's fine at this
  8. My intellichlor ic40 (I think) is not lit up, has no power. There is NOT a fuse next to the plug at the bottom of the control panel. At the top of the panel, behind the control buttons, is a black 10 amp white breaker button. Need some help. Thanks, Gabe
  9. Hi! Thank you for any advice you can offer. The circuit breaker for my hot tub won't stay on. I try to flip it on and it just flips back to the off position. It's a Marquis Everyday 418, made in 2006. The weather is at freezing or near freezing, and it will be freezing for many days on end starting the day after tomorrow, so it appears time is of the essence. The LED panel reads the following codes: IC and Sn. I know IC means there are icy conditions and Sn means there's a sensor problem. The water temperature was 44 to start with last night and then it got all the way up to 50 and perhaps
  10. We purchased a C45 caldera spa which is used. My husband ran all the electrical. We have the breaker box which is new. The gfci is popping on this box. The breaker in the house is fine. Not popping. We thought it was a bad breaker so we went back to Home Depot and got another breaker. He put the new breaker in and it is doing the same thing. We are having the electrician come out and check the spa later today. I hear that each motor should be checked separately, as well as the heater and other parts to try to figure out what may be wrong. The spa runs for a few minutes then the breaker po
  11. Hot Springs Sovereign; I think we got it around 2000. S/N is IQ2A2015; it has the IQ2000 controls, and is wired for 220. Two GFCI breakers- a 20A that runs the controls and circulation pump, and a 50A for the heaters and main pump. After a brief power outage two days ago, every time I reset the smaller, 20A breaker, it instantly trips. I replaced the breaker but problem continues. After the power outage, water backed up into the Ozone unit. I've disconnected the Ozone electrically but no change in behavior. I removed the metal bracket that obstructs the main board, didn't see any obvio
  12. Hello and thanks for looking. We have a coleman hottub we just were given. Seems to have a few issues, one being it seems to be taking forever to heat up and a code comes up saying cool.It's been on for two days and it's at 77 degrees. Another issue is about every other day the thing seems to trip the breaker. Would appreciate any help
  13. I recently did a water change on the spa. The spa had been turned off at the main panel. Once restoring power the 20amp breaker in the subpanel will trip within 5 secs. It doesn't trip at the main panel. I mad a video of the IQ2020 board lights but not sure how to post it to the forum. The heater 30amp breaker doesn't seem to have a problem. I think this is a 2004 or 2005 model. Here is what happens on the logic board: 1. The breaker is turned on 2a. LIM OK lights turns GREEN D13 2b. Control Unplugged turns RED D12 2c. Appliance controls D17 turns RED 3. Then a clicking noise and the D13
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