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  1. I got a used hot springs prodigy H from someone. I finished hooking it up yesterday and filled it through the filter housing with a hose. It ran perfectly fine, heated, jets all ran fine. I put system flush in to clean out the jets since it had been sitting. I then drained the water out. When I refilled it, I thought it would be smart to siphon water through a hose from my pool so it would start out clean, I did put it into the filter housing, but slow flow with the siphon. When I powered up the spa again, you could hear the spa start up then it stopped and the control panel red light started flashing and nothing was operative anymore. I turned the power off overnight, took the gray standpipe out, put a hose down in the hole and covered with a rag around the hose, turned the hose on and it forced a big air bubble out the bottom return and I let that water run for about 30 seconds. Put pipe and filter back in and turned on power and it still blinks red, now it doesn't even sound like it tries anything, it will start blinking within 5-10 seconds. I don't think my heater has a reset button, I couldn't find it anyway. Any ideas?
  2. Hey Guys and Gals, I'm really hoping someone here can help me as I'm at a total loss... I recently moved into a new rental home and there is a nice 2006 Spa Coleman Hot Tub outback. It looks brand new. The owner of the property indicated it wasn't working but he would spend up to 200 on parts if I did the work to which I agreed to see if we can get it going. So first off it hasn't ran in about a year. The water in the tub is stone cold maybe 40 some degrees. When you power on the breaker the tub goes through what appears to be a self check and flashes 100 then 21 then 114 then 240 and then goes direct to an OHH (Overheat Code). I have verified DIP Switch 3 is on and all others are off as shown on the panel diagram. My immediate thought was one of the M7 sensors on the inline Balboa heater were bad. After pricing the 2 sensors I decided to just replace the entire heater with both sensors. The new heater cam today and I installed with both new M7 sensors it just fine with no issues and sure enough it still loads to the OHH screen. I am completely locked out of the panel all it will display is OHH and there is no function. Here are a few more factors that may help someone with more knowledge than me come to a conclusion... 1.) I can't find a rest button anywhere other than the GFCI Reset on the breaker panel. I have looked on the board and all along the power in cord. Am I Missing Something? 1A.) I have hosed out the filter. 2.) When I leave the power to the tub even though the OHH remains on the tub does go into its standard cycle and powers on jets to circulate water every 15 minutes. 3.) If I switch on DIP Switch 10 I get message CFE then A10. Which I understand is a programing mode for the factory and not supposed to be used by the end user. I didn't mess with it to screw up programing but did this to verify the board is in fact communicating with the topside panel. In my logic this says the board is working at least somewhat. 4.) Could it be the sensor inside the tub? That will be a bear to change the way its on the tub so I'm hoping to stay away from that if it's not the likely culprit. At the end of the day it's not my hot tub but I have a 2 year lease here and am willing to spend a few bucks to get it going. The one local spa place here charges 200 just to come out and have a look and then 150 per hour which I can't afford for just a diagnostic! Please help! I'd love to hear if you've ever experienced this or something similar and what the fix was. Happy New Year Everyone! Justin
  3. I have an older tiger river bengal model m hot tub, I recently fixed a leak at a flow valve, it worked fine the following day after the repair, but now the green light isn't on and its got some funky code on the readout. I have no idea what the isdue is so I took a few oics to hopefully help. Any input is appreciated. Thank you!
  4. Our panel has been acting up for a while and the last time I tried to adjust the temp it started flashing 4 dashes and the word power on the display panel. We just ordered a new panel which I know we needed anyway, but the new panel is still still flashing the same thing. We also replaced the high temp sensor but that didn't help. Can anyone offer advice? Thanks in advance.
  5. We just got a used 2008 Dimension one California jasper model hot tub. We are new to hot tubs. We ordered new filters and installed them. The tub heats up but we keep getting “Low flow error”. Not sure what is causing this to happen. Just want to enjoy my new spa and we have yet to make it in. Thanks to anyone who can help.
  6. Hopefully someone here can help me. I've got a 2006 Morgan tub. I can get the exact model number if you need it. Here's the issue I am having. When the tub is warming up, everything runs fine, low power/circulation mode, high power... everything. Tub heats up fine. However, once the tub gets up to temp and goes into low flow mode, it shuts down completely. Then when the temp drops below what it is set for I can hear the pump hum, but I get zero flow. After a few seconds the tub shuts itself down and I get the three flashing dots on the display. I've checked for air lock and replaced the filter, so those aren't the problem. For example: If the water temp reads 95 and I set the temp for 101, everything works fine. I can press the pump button to cycle between high and low flow. If I put it in low flow, it heats up, reaches the set temp and shuts down. When the temp drops below 101 I hear the motor hum, but it isn't turning and there is zero flow, till it shuts down and throws an error code. I thought maybe the capacitor, but low and high work fine when it is trying to reach temperature. I hope that makes sense. Any ideas would be very much appreciated
  7. Please help. I have a spa crest hot tub. We have recently replaced the circ pump, and entire balboa box with circuit board and heating element etc. Circ pump is 24 hour continuous but kicks off when jets 1 is turned on causing dry and overheat error codes. The circ pump will continue to run simultaneously with jets 2. Im at the end of my troubleshooting skills. Any advice will be much appreciated!
  8. Hi, So I've been reading on here how to fix my spa. Pump 1 wasn't working and I was getting a FLO error message. I checked the intake and the reset the hot tub didn't work. I checked and pump 1 wasn't even making any noise when I tried to turn it on, so I thought fuse. When I was going to take the fuse out for pump 1 I accidentally shorted the fuse with my pliers, there was a large spark. (I had forgotten to flip the breaker, I know rookie mistake) I replaced the fuse and turned the hot tub back on but there was nothing. No power, no controls, pump 2 didn't work which it did before. Can anyone tell me what shorting the pump 1 fuse would've done? I thought maybe it blew a different fuse but I couldn't find anything else that was blown. I have a M class spa system circuit with 2 pumps - 2005 Arctic Yukon. See picture below, I will highlight the fuse that I shorted. I have a multimeter and I could work forward to see where the power stops but I'm not sure where to start. thank you for any help. Photo's here: http://postimg.org/image/6sv5d7zbf/ http://postimg.org/image/cr3msolu9/
  9. Hi All, Just joined. I recently purchase a used Vita Spa (LC500/L700C Series) Circa 2003-2004 (I think).which had been in storage for several years. Got it all cleaned up and replaced the leaking heater and sensor. I ran the self test and all the functions seem to work with the heater getting warm during the test. After the test, I get the LS error code. All the pumps including blower seem to work. Also, the filter icon stays on all the time while the display is flashing the time indicating something is wrong. I can manually run both pumps, blower and lights. Any suggestions ? Thanks, Michael
  10. I need some help trouble shooting this error message on my Jandy Heater!!!!! "Shorted H20 Sensor" I have replaced the Water Sensor which is in the pipe between the filter and the heater - (thinking this was what the error was regarding, I should have known better) Is there a sensor actually inside the unit which I can replace? Or could this be a board problem...... Heater is 3 years old..... Jandy LRZ 400ep
  11. Hi everyone, we have a 2006 marquis destiny that is showing an error code of HOt. We searched all over and can't find an explanation to this code. We checked and the gfci is working. The control pad won't accept any command and the water temp is at 65 so it must be preventing freezing. We also reset the breaker and it doesn't clear anything. The water level is fine and balanced. Any suggestions? Thank you
  12. Hello - We have a Sundance 850 series 'Marin' hot tub that had a few issues in the past (see post: http://www.poolspaforum.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=26961&st=0) We resolved our previous problem by replacing the circuit board and all of the filters. After we did this in the spring last year, the hot tub worked for about 4-5 months but then just quit working. It gives us the awful "Watchdog" (----) error again. We did some tests and think the circuit board is bad again. So, recently we actually paid a Sundance hot tub tech to come out to diagnose the problem, as we did not want to keep replacing the expensive circuit board every 4-5 months just to get it to work. We figured there must be some underlying issue corrupting the boards. The tech determined that he wasn't really sure what the problem was but thought that we could start by replacing the circuit board and topside and then maybe the remote topside too if that didn't work. I gave him the old board we took out a few years ago (yes, I kept it!) in case that helped him diagnose and he said they both have the same issue. FYI - He did say that he thought one little spot in the topside might be getting a little warm. Also, when he was there, the hot tub was able to start ONCE, but then he couldn't get it to start again. I really don't want to pay to replace of those pieces as a trial and error type "solution" to the problem. He said the temp sensor is good. He looked at the capacitors on both boards, we kept the old circuit board too, and said they were not swollen and look fine. The tech was also unable to read the history/memory to get any other clues as to what could be the problem. So much for hiring someone to tell us what was wrong...ughh! (FYI - Also, in our previous problem - see link above-, we also had the breaker tripping and the tech that just came out said that was due to the ozenator so he just disconnected it since it's an option feature anyway and not required to make the spa work.) Before we buy a new circuit board or any other parts, do you have any idea if just replacing the circuit board will make it work? If it is going to cost A LOT to repair (we plan on doing the work ourselves) in parts, then we may just get rid of the tub completely. I've also seen some refurbished circuit boards online. Has anyone used a refurb board and do they work ok? I noticed some come with the Eprom and some don't. (I was told you can install your current Eprom into the refurb board fairly painlessly.) Any experience with this? THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for any help, advice, experience, suggestions you can offer! Hot Tub: Sundance Marin 850 Series (year 2005) Circuit Board Part #: 6600-092 Eprom: Rev 9.50B
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