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  1. Hi All, We bought a Canadian Spa Swift Current V2 around 2 years ago. It's not had a great deal of use, but been well maintained (it's become a hobby) and is stored as per the guidance during the winter. We have numerous issues with it, however most recently and since getting back out of storage, is a persistent flow, or lack of, issue. It seems as if the pump circulating the water (the one that contains the impeller I assume) doesn't kick in, causing insufficient flow and then the PCU overheats throwing an E5 error. We can not clear this, unless we take it apart, remove the impeller
  2. 2010 Hot Springs Sovereign II, ll1M2085, with new IQ2020 Eagle Control Box Not heating and I don't think the circulation pump is operating. Flashing Power/Ready lights on the control panel. Open the Control Box pictured below, left to right: 1. D21 Red led light is on; 2. PWR ON led is green and flashing 3. LIMIT OK led is lit sold green Cleaned filters, checked for airlocks. Pulled the water lines off both the heater and the circ. pump and water is flowing. Did this to remove any airlock and check for an junk jammed in the pump. Seemed fine. Feeling the circulation pump
  3. Older Jacuzzi or similar spas using Laing E10 or similar circulating pumps - my E10 Laing ceramic pump stopped “cold” with a “FLO” error after only two years; one or two clicks, then no joy. Drained the tub, pulled the pump, disassembled & inspected; looks like the outlet housing o-ring leaked by, allowing water to invade the magnetic induction housing; oxides contaminated the grooved carbide socket on the base of the impeller, wore it down just a few thousands, just enough to cause interference between the stainless pocket induction shell & the mag stator attached to the impeller, T
  4. Greetings all, Newbie here with a question regarding circulation pumps. I have a 2011 Calspa (costco edition) that uses one main pump (primary and secondary jets) and another pump (circulation pump). The main pump is one of those funky PRC Dually that are obsolete but still working fine. The circulation pump is a Laing E10 pump (230 Volts). The problem is that I need to replace the circulation pump every 2 years or so. It just dies! Is this unusual? I think its a 24/7 continuous running pump. If this is unusual, then what are some things you could recommend me testing? I appreciate any
  5. I have an older Sundance spa that came with my vacation home. When visiting this weekend, I found an "FL O" error on the tub and it would not heat. (All other functions, blowers, lights etc work). I took out the circulation pump, it appeared to be stuck and then it freed up. I refitted it but it still did not run. I also tested the pressure sensor and tripped it into closing which started the heat but still no water flow (Stopped that after 5 seconds to avoid any burn-out/over heating etc). I'm pretty certain the circulation pump needs replacing, but I want to check it first but am not sure if
  6. I have an older blue ridge spa and the circulation pump will not stay running. I removed the plumbing and checked it and it pumps water. It ran before, I drained the tub about half way and added water then turned it back on and all it does now is run for about 5 seconds and turns off, for about 10 seconds then back on and so forth. Any ideas.
  7. Hey Everyone, First off I'd like to start by saying I'm a new member on this forum and also a new hot tub owner as of last week. So here's the situation, a friend of ours gave us her old hot tub which is a 2001 Sundance Caprio. We got the hot tub home, hooked up the power, and filled it up. Everything seemed to be working fine, the jets were running the control panel lit up and there were no errors. I put the cover on and came out a few hours later to find that the temperature had only gone up a degree or two and the jets had been on most of that time. My first thoughts we
  8. I need some help re-installing my external Raypak gas heater on my hot tub. I originally had a 2003 Master Spa Legend LS800 that I had spliced the 2" output of the circ pump to the gas heater, then back through the internal heater. That meant I could used either heater for the tub at any time. Unfortunately, the breaker tripped a couple of years ago during the winter (during a power outage/surge) and ended up freezing the pipes. I have replaced the tub with a 2015 Master Spa Healthy Living tub. Unfortunately, I cannot plumb it the same way for a couple of reasons: The circ pump on the n
  9. Hi all, I recently took a chance on paying to move a free 2001 Hot Springs Vanguard. The owners said the “pump and heater” were replaced in the “last few years.” They also said there was a small leak from a “pump or hose.” I figured as long as it’s drained I might as well do a few replacements/repairs that are likely culprits for the leak. Reading around it seemed like the pump is a likely source, so I though I’d just look to see which pump --- circulation or jet --- was recently replaced, and then go ahead and replace the other one (figuring it was probably due after 14 years.) But, look
  10. Ok....I have a 2004 Hot Springs Prodigy Spa. We used it one night, everything worked fine. The next day, it was cold. I took the heater board relay off and it was scorched. I replaced it. Now, I have no heat still. No blinking lights except on the new board (D9 LED but the parts supply store said as long as the green light is on next to it, ignore the blinking red light), tested the heaters ohms (10.3ohms), have power to everything except the red wire from the main board that jumpers over to the heater relay board.... The only thing I haven't changed is the circulation pump, which is working,
  11. I own a 2008 model of Balboa circuit board, Sundance spa. Circulation pump is Marathon Electric, Model 5kCP49UN9096X. Capacitor Model number is 24DB500B370PA. I haven't had any problems with it until now, so it's been a great learning curve on figuring out how to fix it, but very interesting too. The initial symptom was that the spa would not budge from the "PR" priming code, and then would just go to a HH code, that things had heated up due to no circulation, and it shut itself off, with the spa going into EC (economy) mode. The circulation pump does not even start humming. Thinking it mig
  12. Hello! I own a 2003 Master Spas Legend Series with 4 pumps (1 circ, 3 jet). Pump 3 (Therapy 3) will not run. I have done some troubleshooting and I have determined it is not the topside control (when it is on standby mode and I push therapy 3, it wakes the spa up but won't turn on the pump) and I know the pump works FOR SURE. Now for the circ pump- It won't run when Therapy 1 is on, but when its off, it works fine. I have no idea what is going on. Thank you! -5k
  13. Hi, My low speed circulation pump does not shut off when the timer clicks to the off position. Is this an sign that the timer is bad? Had just replaced the seals on the pump, and put it all back together, and this started. Wasn't doing it when I pulled out the motor/pump. This is an old 90's spa that has the 24 hour timer on it. Thanks.
  14. A few year old (4-5?) legends series lsx masterspas tub. It is throwing a few different codes, SnS, dr, then dry (and sometimes Ohh) I suspect these are all related, maybe a non working circ. pump? I have tried to bleed the circ pump, I have checked the head of the circ pump for ease of propeller spinning and no clog. I have turned power off for 5 minutes after each attempt, still not good. (I also started with trying to run without filters, which are clean, just in case was a simple flow issue) Symptoms are that it is not heating. All three pumps seems to work, 2 at both of their speeds,
  15. Hello all, this is my first post to this forum. Have a bit of a problem. My wife and I have a 2005 Hot Springs Prodigy (Model H) hot tub that has been working great for almost 2 years. Recently I started hearing a clicking noise coming from within the components compartment. At the same time our tub wasn't hot anymore, but only warm. The circulation pump and jets were working fine at that time. I opened the IQ2020 panel and heard the clicking coming from the heater board. I noticed that the white heater wire also was darkened, like it had shorted out and fried the wire & board. I did som
  16. Hi everyone, I have a 95 Hot Springs Soverign that recently stopped heating. I found the first problem to be a clogged filter. To be sure, I removed the filter completely overnight and checked it in the morning and all was fine. A few days later I went to get in it and found the dreaded blinking red light. The tub is completely dead and I have NO FLOW from the circulation pump so I don't think it is a limit switch issue. I did disconnect and test both limit switches anyway. I get 14 ohms on one a 4 on the other. Should they be zero, or is this OK? (I don't mind replacing while I have
  17. Does the circulation pump run 24/7 in these models (Sundance Chelsee and Marquis Promise) or only certain times of the day? I have been told two different things and need clarification.
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