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  1. I have an sundance optima 880. 2 years ago we had a lightning strike a hundred yards or so from the hot tub. The next night we went to use it and it had gotten tripped so the heater and pump 2 were running full blast and the temp was over 120. I shut the tub down until it was down well below where we usually have it set. It came back up to operating temp and was fine for about a year until it happened again. I did the same thing as before and it reset. Fast forward to last week and it happened yet again and when i flipped the breaker for a couple days and the heat came back down and stays at 1
  2. This is my first time here. We own a Caldera Tahitian hot tub, purchased in 2011. We have replaced each jet pump once, and have had wonderful use of our tub. Now, the larger pump with 2 speeds (Pump 2), is turning on mysteriously. It goes on when we use the clean cycle and when we use Jet 1, but only on low. When we try to change the speed to high, it either does nothing or shuts off. You can hear the motor attempt to change gears (it gets louder for less than a second) before it shuts down. Then, in a few minutes, it turns back on to low by itself. One time it tripped the circuit breaker.
  3. Replacing the Jet Pump motor on my 2004 Caldera Spa, and cannot get the pump section off of the motor. There doesn't seem to be any bolts/screw/nuts I can loosen to remove it.
  4. Hi all, My attempts to bring a 2001 Hot Spring Vanguard back to life continue! The Wavemaster 9000 (ver. 2) Jet Pump has a leak. As you can see in this animated .gif or in the full linked video (click here) it looks like it comes out from both around the shaft and through the volute cover. My question is if anyone has an opinion about whether I should first try to replace the shaft seal and volute o-ring, or whether I should just go for the complete wet end replacement. Obviously the first is much cheaper, but if it's clear from either the quantity of water or the location of the leak
  5. 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
  6. Hello, I have a 2001 Tiger River with the IQ2020 Electronics. Everything was working fine but now the jet pump will not turn on when the button is pushed. When i push the button the heater relay deactivates shutting the heater off and you can hear the pump relay activate. The voltage at the terminals that feed the motor are only reading about 68mv but if i disconnect the motor wires and push the jet pump button on the control panel the terminals read 119v!! add the motor wires and the motor jumps for a split second and the voltage at the terminals drop to 68mv again. If i feed the mo
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