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  1. 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 the
  2. I have a 2003 Catalina spa. After a power outage, the spa keeps giving the OHH error code. When I flip the breaker, wait a few minutes, then flip on, the spa goes into prime mode, but within a few minutes throws the OHH code again and shuts down. The water is cool, so I know it's not truly overheating. I have replaced the M7 sensors as that was the first issue after power was restored. I found that one of the sensors had gone out. I've checked the flow and it is good. Another article I read here mentions a diode being bad on the circuit board. How do I locate and repair this diode?
  3. I have an older (2003) Sundance Altamar 880 spa, which are going into protect mode (watch dog error, four dashes). I can reset the error by turning of the power with the circuit breakers, but the error reappear after some time. As long as the water is cold, the massage pumps operate and the error stays away, but as soon as the water is warm enough for the massage pumps to stop, the error appears. The display also shows the "OH" (overheat) error briefly before going into protection mode. I have removed the cover in front of the heater, and it is very hot to touch. I don't know if this is n
  4. My hot tub keep cutting off and displays the OH. The tub is about 15 years old. It is not even heating up to the temp setting of 103. It will run a couple of hours then shut down with the OH on the display. When the temp gets close to 100 it shuts down. I have checked the filter and cleaned it. I have opened all the valves, the pumps are working as it should. I replaced the heating element with a heavy duty one about 4 years ago. I have cut the breaker off several times to see if it would reset itself. The temp was 98 and it cut off with the OH on the display and will not to anything even whe
  5. Hofully someone can point me in the right direction here... I have a recently acquired a 2003 550X spa and was aware that there was, and still is, an issue where it shuts down and reads 'OH'. There doesn't seem to be much of a pattern to this occurring but its fair to extremely consistent. Initially the spa heats up to anywhere around 34 with no issue at all, then cuts out. Re-sets straight away and continues to heat a little more (display set to 38). I can get the spa to full temp by resetting each time but then it seems to shut down more frequently. I initiall
  6. My 2002 Sundance Optima 850 died in the winter of 2015 after 13 years of operation. The water was cold and the display showed OH (over heat). When I started troubleshooting, everything looked correct and the water started heating. Then after a short time the temperature started rising quickly. I noticed the circulation pump wasn’t running but the heater was on. This made me think the circulation pump ($200) might be bad. As an electrical engineer I tried to get some schematics of the controller so I could determine the exact cause. If the pump wasn’t running it could be a bad pump or it
  7. Hi everyone. So we finally caved and bought a new to us Clearwater, circa 1997. I don't know the exact model, I can't find it anywhere and like a meathead, I've lost the paperwork. It has Balboa controls on it. Long story short I got it all wired and filled and fired it up, and everything seemed fine besides a pretty substantial leak next to the niche. Water temperature was 62.7*F (ambient 65.5*F) out of the hose. After a few hours had gone by, it had climbed to 67.2*F. Awesome. I did some reading on biofilm, grossed myself out so ran to the nearest store to grab some cleaner. Was gone about
  8. We received this spa upon purchase of our house. It is a 2005 Sundance 880 series Majesta. We have had constant problems from day one. It has always overheated to mid 100's - 110's, no matter what the thermostat is set at (even the lowest setting of 80), and would also constantly trip the circuit breaker, and routinely go into watchdog. Over the winter it got so hot the heating element melted through the casing and it leaked. I patched the hole with water weld so the tub could hold water, but the heating element has not heated since. The temperature correctly reads in the 70's, but just does n
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