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I was given this Coleman Saluspa from a family member that used it for a while without issue. I went over the directions, set up as recommended, and it worked for several days without issue. I will say that I did use an underrated extension cord and the pump/ heating unit was in direct sun at the time (I didn't know any better at the time). One morning when I went out to the tub it was turned off. When I turned it back on by resetting the GFCI plug I got an "E04" code. I researched it and understood that the tub/ heating unit must have over heated due to direct sunlight. I let it cool, made sure the heating element was shaded but not covered directly. I also noticed the GFCI plug prong looked a little toasted (didn't notice prior to setting up) so I replaced the GFCI plug and got an appropriately gauged power cord. NOW the thermometer on the unit says the water is 99 degrees Fahrenheit yet the water is cool to the touch. The thermostat reading rises rapidly and when it exceeds 104 degrees I get another "E04" code. Where should I go from here?
Hi Guys, we have a Tropic Spa Hot Tub that has worked perfectly for the past 12 months but has recently had an issue with heating. The temperature heats to 90 degrees (32) but will not go any further. We have cleaned the filter, but to no avail. Does anybody know if there is a reset button for the Tub/Heater or any idea what may be causing the problem? Trying to get somebody to come and look at it but thats harder than it should be. Any help gratefully received. Lee
hot tub working fine but heating light does not light on sentry 605 control panel, heating element does not heat up, water stays cold. Water temp sensor? something in circuit board? Heating element itself? Is there a way to test? All wiring seems intact. replaced circuit board 5 years ago...worked fine until last month.
I have an older Sundance Capri hot tub. I replaced the heater a year ago. It was working fine after that. The blower that comes on two times a day, and what we rarely use, started tripping the electric. So I disconnected the blower and turned it back on. Now the heater or whatever runs the heater keeps pushing out water into the tub, even when the water reaches the thermostat temperature. Water, not hot, continually runs out of the heater hole. If I turn the heat down like 4 degrees, the water stops running...until the tub reaches that temperature and it just keeps running. Advice, please!!!! Thank you