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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 st
  2. I am writing to ask for help. We own an Aspen Hot Tub with Balboa parts. (M7 2000 parts) Our nightmare started about 6 weeks ago when we noticed our tub was not running right. It started to continuously cycle through the start-up mode like it was possessed. It could never move beyond 3 minutes post-prime. We were told that the Balboa M7 board was malfunctioning. We had 2 options . . . replace it or have it repaired. We opted to have it repaired. We sent it to a guy in Arizona who reported back to us that a 5v regulator was bad. He said he replaced it AND tested the rest of the board, w
  3. I have a 2007 Cal Cooperage 103 with a Balboa 165 controller (VSP-165-CCAH). The heater is 58083. 240V system. Spa is not heating. No error codes. Heating light on top panel comes on. 120V at Heater 1 and Heater 2 terminals in STD vs ground. I didn't check resistance, but will do tomorrow if needed. Wondering if this is enough info to diagnose a faulty heating element. Thanks for advice!
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