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  1. Hi there, I have aquired a Chinese unbranded hot tub that is approx 8 years old. It had been standing drained and unused, for approx 6 months before we got it but was assured it worked before being drained. After making all the electrical connections it was tripping the RCD. I have disconnected all the pumps and heater from the relay board and the control panel now powers up fine. I have however tested the relays with a multimeter and it appears that they are stuck on closed (powered). I have concerns that the pumps ( Whirlpool LP200) are also faulty as they appear to have continuity on the cables feeding them between Phase and neutral - I assume this is incorrect however all pumps as well as the heater test like this??? Note - the cable that feeds the heater appears that it may have got hot in the past inside the control box as it had become brittle. This shad now been cut back ready for reterminating. Do I need new pumps / heater all round or am I missing something?? Thanks Sam
  2. I have a 2004 or 2005 Caldera Aquatic Melodies Elation Spa. 1. I have several jets that have lost parts (the center is gone out of a Euro Pulse jet, some small ball bearings came out of a VersaSsage Jet, etc. I cannot figure out how to remove the jets to replace or repair them. The videos I have seen show them being twisted counter-clockwise past the adjustment stop-point, then pull out, but these jets are all counter-sunk into the tub walls and there is no way to get a good grip on them to turn them hard enough.... is there a tool that is specifically for this, or am I going to have to rig up an oil filter wrench or something to do it? 2. There are 2 pumps, Pump #1 has 1 speed, and pump #2 has 2 speeds, pump 1 will turn off and on every now and then... there doesn't seem to be any method to it's behavior, we may use the spa for a week without it ever going off, then it will start doing it every day... it will turn off for about 2 minutes, then run anywhere from 2-20 mintues before turning off again. Is it perhaps overheating? Pump #2 makes a noise on high speed, as if it is churning air through it every 2 seconds or so... it seems to pump well, and there is no noticeable change to the pressure when it is "whirring and grinding". Any assistance on these issues would be appreciated!
  3. New Artesian Island Elite spa. How to determine the Optimum Circulation Pump Setting For Captiva Elite for 2 ppl?. Default is 12+12 hrs (24hrs 7 days a week) - always on. Seems like for warmer months 8 and 8 with two 4hr breaks (or perhaps even 6 and 6) would extend pump life with nominal effect on heating and filtering. During Winter I would reset to run 12+12 to allow continual low level heating. Looking for optimum power efficiency and pump life. Thoughts?
  4. I have a pretty old (1998) California Cooperage tub, Model 105. Replaced the pump and heater last year and all was working perfect, up until a couple weeks ago. The filter cycle, which normally runs for 3 hours every 12 hours, has been cycling ON and OFF constantly during that 3 hour period... For example, during the 3 hour filter cycle, the pump (and sometimes the heater) will run for only about 2 minutes, then will shut off for about 20 minutes. This happens constantly throughout the 3 hour period. I initially though it was the pump overheating, but it does not get hot and there are no error codes. Also, if I manually turn on the pump, high or low, with the control panel, it runs totally fine for as long as I want it to. It has no problem maintaining the set temp throughout the day either. Could it be a circuit board issue? I believe its the original board still...Thanks in advance!
  5. I bought a used 2003 Sundance Altamar spa. Everything seems to be working except the main 2 speed pump. It is supposed to kick on when the heater is on occasionally and I can hear it trying to but it won't start. It hums a couple seconds then quits. It seems like a breaker iis kicking or something. After a few minutes it will try again with the same result. The pump spins fine by hand and doesn't seem to be restricted so I took off the run capacitor and tried to check it with an ohm meter. The readings seem to go up while the meter is on it and hold voltage . If I discharge it then it begins all over when I hook the ohm meter again. This seems to me like it is working correctly. So next I took off the start capacitor. Upon visual inspection it had some gooey looking black stuff on it so I ordered a new one. (pretty cheap so why not?) I installed the new start capacitor and the pump came on for a couple of seconds then shut off again. The new start capacitor felt hot. I took it back off. After a few minutes when the internal breaker kicks I tried the button again. The pump ran again for a couple of seconds with no start capacitor then shut off again! WTH? Now I'm real confused. Upon closer inspection with both capacitors removed I turned the pump on again and it ran again for a couple of seconds and Isaw a small wisp of smoke coming from the pump motor. Do I simply need to order a new pump? When it runs it sounds a bit noisier than the other pump that works fine. I would hate to put one on and still have the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. EDIT FOR ADDITION OF INFO: There are no error codes displayed, The control buttons seem to work just fine IE: If I hit the pump control button the icon for each speed comes on. Pump just makes a humming noise and then turns off after a few seconds. Will not come back on for about a full minute or two then a click then it will try again if I hit the button again. Pump turns by hand ok. Half the jets are not working. The recliner tries to work a bit on low on the times it came on for a few seconds. Now it won't come on at all. Just hums and then shuts off.
  6. Hello all, I have a Viking Legend spa that was manufactured in early 2014. After changing the water, the main pump has begun to pulse and surge when the high jet is turned on. It seems to run fine in low, normal circulation mode. (The second pump seems to be running without issue.) The spa was not run without water covering all the intakes, but it was run without the filter so I could perform a deep cleaning with Spa Purge. Turning the power off and allowing the pump to re-prime did not fix it. Does this sound like an air pocket issue? If so, how do I correct it? I'm a novice, but have tools and can follow directions well. :) Thanks in advance for advice and help. Jay
  7. I have a 2003 Sundance Altamar. Awhile back my blower stopped working, but I never used it, so just left that alone. However yesterday I tried to turn on the main pump (2 speed one) and the indicators light up on the display, but pump doesn't come on. I hear a low humming/buzzing instead. Is the pump dead? If so, I know the part to replace it with (Jacuzzi 6500-261) but I'm also curious if I could just replace it with a 1 speed pump and save money. I never run it in low speed anyway, so having a single speed would be fine. That leads me to 2 questions.... 1. Will it mess up the board in any way if I replace the 2 speed pump with a single speed one 2. The outlet is at a 45 degree angle on this pump. Does anyone know of a compatible pump that has a 45 degree outlet on it in a single speed? Thanks for your help!
  8. We recently bought a Masterspa LSX from about 2004. The circulation pump had been completely rusted and seized, so after replacing it and fixing a few leaks, it seems to run good as new. I noticed on the control board dip switches there is a setting for the circ pump to only run when the temperature falls below 3 degrees of the setpoint. The manufactures default setting is to run 24 hours. I changed the switches according to the setting for the 3 hour temp threshold, reset the breaker, and waited, but it still runs constantly despite the temperature. Am I missing a step here? Thank you for your time.
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  10. I'm looking to upgrade my pool pump from a 32mm (1 1/4 inch) to accept a 50mm (2 inch) flow. I'm doing it because i want to use a heat pump (3kw hydro-s) which uses 50mm pipes. My pool is a 12ft diameter 2ft deep Jilong above ground pool with 32mm inlet and outlet (typical to intex/bestway style). I'm also upgrading filter pump to a sand filter (Hydro-Fit Filter Set) - this accepts both 32mm and 38mm. However the heat pump only accepts 50mm. I've been told about a couple of options so far: 1. (using type B adaptors at inlet/outlet and more rigid pipe) Intex type b adaptor on to pool £21.99 x 2 Large Intex hose £21.99 Pipe and fittings for heat pump £50 bypass kit 50mm to match heat pump £79 2. (using t piece hosetails) bypass kit £44 (38mm)6m of hose £18 (@£3 per/m)T piece hosetails x2 (32mm) £2.20 each (£4.40) I think I would need more stuff than no2 method above (dont think the company who quoted me that stuff fully understood my requirements). i've heard some cut into the pool lining to avoid downsizing the pipes, but i dont want to mess this up. the max flow from the heat pump is a bout 2.5m3 and 4m3 from the filter pump. would reducing the pipes from 50mm down to 32mm limit the performance of my heat pump? Or would the velecity increase and make up for it? any ideas please?
  11. 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.
  12. Well unfortunately I didn't find this forum before I bought my 2017 master spas hot tub. I have had the tub for over a month and it has yet to work 100% my pump 2 gets so hot after just a few minutes that it goes out on thermal overload. I am at the point of thermal overload over master spas and my dealer. Interesting enough master spas sent me an automated request for a review on my completely loaded twilight series 8.3 tub and I gave them an honest review. Of course it was not published as I got an email stating that it had been moderated and was not acceptable to publish. I guess honesty is unacceptable?? So an update the the review submitted... technician came out to install a ventilation kit but the kit, a small brushless fan similar to a computer fan, had no written instructions so he couldn't install it the first go around. Second trip and the fan has been installed but no success. Please see my review below and HELP if anyone has any ideas or has seen this before. It cannot be published to the website, but.. — cglenn, Our staff has read your review and values your contribution even though it did not meet all our website guidelines. Thanks for sharing, and we hope to publish next time! Submit something new Thanks again, Master Spas Grossly Disappointed - Not Up To Reputation Our selling dealer was great at keeping us updated on our new Master Spa 8.3. Delivery was phenomenal but that's where it ended. Spa was gorgeous, well except for the damage at the factory where an attempt to "conceal" the damage to the dreamstone skirt with gray spray paint was blatantly obvious but damages can happen and we were assured that the panel would be replaced. That was just the beginning. We hooked the spa up on the same day as delivery and filled it up with great anticipation. The next day the spa was up to temperature, the wifi was connected, Bluetooth paired so we were ready to go, or so we thought..... Got in the spa and were greeted by the sheer bliss of the +100 degree water, soothing appearance of the led lighting and afterglow jet kit, sound of the water falls, some music and the massage of the jets. Life was good, no it was great ! A short few minutes later bliss was rudely interrupted with the smell of hot electrical. We turned the pumps off and inspected everything and thought well it's a new spa so maybe it's just everything really being run for the first time. Just to be on the safe side we consulted our dealer and they assured us that no worries. Went to turn the pumps back on and only 2 of the 3 pumps would run. What ? tried a couple more times and no success. Dealer suggested waiting a few minutes and try again. Sure enough all 3 pumps started again. Then after a cycle we thought let's enjoy one more cycle before retiring. Guess what ? Pump 2 didn't work again. Dealer responded promptly and was out on a service call within a couple of days and checked EVERYTHING. Perplexed they ran pump 2 and it would get extremely hot after only 5-8 minutes, hence the hot electrical smell. The dealer and Master Spas replace pump 2 in it's entirety, the law of probability was surely at play here and we got a defective pump. New pump was in so we re-filled the tub and the next day excitedly got in the tub to be greeted by the exact same situation. What ??? Dealer came back out on another service call, checked everything, talked to Master Spas technical support/engineering and off they went. Net result spa still not working. Got a call the next day and was told it had to be a control board issue and that a new board would be installed and all would be good. OK maybe I just have Murphy's law with this hot tub right ? Well Dealer service tech came out for the 3rd time and installed a new control board but was unable to get it to configure correctly let alone work. Net result spas still not working and Master Spas perplexed ? After serveral more discussions between my dealer and Master Spas yet another service trip was required to take some more readings and attempt to install another control board. Net result Spa still not working. Now the alleged fix is to install a ventilation kit because surely that's the problem right ? Who knows as this must be the first TS8.3 Master Spas has ever built because no one knows why it doesn't work and a ventilation kit could be required ????? Does this mean that there is a design flaw and insufficient ventilation may need to be supplemented if your spa doesn't work ??? REALLY ? I chose Master Spas based upon their supposed quality and reputation in the spa industry and some "3rd party awards" but at the end of the day I still have a spa that is over a month old that doesn't work. I can't wait until this ventilation kit get's installed today to see if that works. At the end of the day I cannot recommend this manufacturer or their expertise with their product as it has been a let's try this and let's try that. Fingers crossed. Contact Customer Service with questions or concerns. If you no longer wish to receive notifications like this, you can unsubscribe any time. Master Spas Inc. 6927 Lincoln Parkway, Fort Wayne, IN 46804 260-436-9100 For Customer Service issues, call 800-860-7727 or customercare@masterspas.com
  13. I have a Calypso II spa, and pump #1 is running on low speed, 24/7. The spa has two large pumps (1 and 2 stage), and a circ pump that is wired into the Ozone accessory. The Circ pump should run all the time, but not Pump #1. See page 15 under Jets: http://www.sundancespas.ca/Communications/InstructionManuals/1997650.pdf Any ideas for troubleshooting? I am wondering if a solenoid may be failing (and how to test it), or if it is the electronics.
  14. Hey guys, first post here, looking to get some insight. I've got an older Sunrise Spa hot tub that I picked up off craigslist 5 years ago. Until I mothballed it for a year to rebuild my house the thing worked great, especially for what i paid for it. Now I've relocated it into it's new home under my deck and a bunch of problems have come up I assume from sitting for a year. First thing i noticed once i got all wired up was one of my 2 motors was seized, I'd hit the jet button and I'd hear a buzz in the motor, but it wouldn't spin, even after breaking the shaft free. So I enlisted the help of a good friend of mine who works at a local Motor & Pump repair facility, they work on stuff from spa sized up to 1000hp industrial size. Before he got to my house, the other motor which was working, also died, same symptoms, motor buzzes, doesn't spin. At that point i also noticed my Recirculating pump seal was gone and flinging water everywhere of the shaft. We pulled all the pumps and motors out of the tub and he took everything apart, all my motors appear to be fine, capacitors seem to be alright, bearings are OK, but not great and since we have everything apart we're replacing all the seals and bearings. Unfortunately during the disassembly process, both of my impellers got destroyed because the shafts had gotten so corroded. I looked at the impellers which had tons of part numbers on them for all different HP ratings. So I saw my motors said executive 48, 5.0HP, so i ordered 5hp impellers. This is where my problem/question comes in. The impellers showed up and they're different, they're about 1/4" thicker then my factory impellers, same exact diameter. So I looked closer at my stock ones and noticed near one of the fins inside the impeller it says 3hp. So my question is, can i run this 5hp impeller on my 5.0hp motor? or should i go through the extra expense and hassle of swapping it out to a 3hp impeller? What negative effects might i see running this 5hp impeller? Thanks.
  15. Hi Everyone, I just joined the community here looking for some help with my hottub which started acting weird. I *think* I mostly likely need a new pump, but I figured I'd post and get some opinions first. It's a 2010 and the spa was made by a company called Strong Spas. It has a Balboa Revolution (TP600) control system and a Water Way pump (model # PV-30-2N22C). I don’t know much more than that as the tub came with the house. Anyway, it’s worked fine for the last 3 years that we’ve had it. Today we went to use it and when I opened the cover the low power jets were running, I figured it was either heating or filtering, so didn’t pay much attention. I hit the Jet button again to turn on the full-power jets and the pump made a loud grinding/hum noise and then shutdown. If I hit the button again for low pressure jets they’ll come on and run normal, but as soon as I try to turn it to full power jets the pump makes a noise and then shuts down. I took the side panels out to investigate and couldn’t find anything obviously wrong, although the motor does seem to be running hot. I turned off the main power and left it for about 4 hours, then turned the power back on and tried again with the same results. If I watch the pump when someone else turns the jets up I can see it running normally, then as my wife hits the jet button the pump does step up to full speed (although noisy) for about 2 seconds and then shuts right down. If I don’t touch anything after it shuts down, every minute for so it’ll start itself up to full power, run/grind/hum for the 2 seconds and then shutdown. Turning the jets back to low power the pump resumes normal operation. So far my thoughts are: -Capacitor on the motor is too weak to get the motor to full speed – maybe not likely since it does run at full power for a second or two… -There’s a faulty pressure switch somewhere that’s shutting the pump down thinking that it’s dry (it’s not – I’ve checked and there doesn’t appear to be air in the system, and the water level is where it should be)? -The pump itself is bad/worn out and it putting itself into some kinda protection mode whenever the jets are turned up? Any help or advice with this is much appreciated.
  16. This must be my day for problems! Just posted a question in the hot tub section and now this.... I accidentally left my Hayward sand filter on in the closed position overnight and it blew the main pipe leading to the pump which then pumped the pool water out to below the skimmer. After finding this and this, I reattached the hose, refilled the pool, then returned the sand filter to the "filter" position the next morning. Since then, I am hearing guggling sounds under the multi-port valve, and the filter basked has loads of bubbles when pumping. The pump primed properly after reattaching and changing to "filter". So, I don't know if I have blown the spider gasket or what. I can't find any air leaks either. Any suggestions?
  17. Anybody have any advice on the direction I should go? I have a Clearwater Spa that I just inherited from a cabin I bought. The third pump on the tub was badly rusted and when pushed the button to fire it up a snowflake looking icon appears on the controls. I ordered a new pump and installed it, plugging it into the same slot on the circuit board as the old pump. When I fire pump one and two they work well but the icon looks different (swirly thing). The new pump however will not fire and the icon appears to be for a blower motor (snowflake). When I look at the wiring diagram the slot I plugged the new pump into says its for an optional third pump not a blower. I also switched the new pump to one of the other pumps terminals to check if the new pump worked and it fired run up. Just looking for a little advice on where look before I call a tech. Was hoping it was something simple that I'm just not seeing. Circuit board is a BC2003. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  18. Hello, I have a 1999 Sundance optima Spa. i recently bought a SpaCuzn Core insert from the manufacturer. Long story short, it was the incorrect size, and got sucked in the intake. The pump shut down. I shut the breaker off immediately. We drained the tub and retrieved the filter inset and put the tub back together. At the time of the incident, the pump was only 7 months old. Afterwards, the pump felt like it had diminished flow, but was working on both a low and a high speed. About a month later, the pump stopped working all together. We drained the tub once again, and after taking pump apart, we discovered that in the process of the insert getting sucked into the intake, it broke part of the plastic filter housing and that small piece of plastic also got sucked into the impeller and had been rolling around in there this whole time. We just replaced the pump with a brand new one. We were excited to get back up and running, but are having having the same problem - we push the button on the panel and it shows both 1 and 2 speed, we hear a click and the pump does not turn on. So, draining the tub again and are in search whatever part we need. Any ideas?? Thank you!
  19. I've got a Caldera Geneva hot tub that I bought new in the fall of 2012. Aside from replacing the cover this year, I've really not had any major issues with it up until now. Yesterday, I noticed water on the ground around the edge of the spa. I pulled the side panel off to check things out. There was water around the circulation pump. It was leaking out slowly. It appears to be leaking from the large ring that you can tighten with a pair of channel lock pliers. I tightened the ring but it did nothing to stop the leak. My questions are: Is there an O ring that I can change within the large ring in the middle that I tried to tighten? If there is an O ring, where can I buy it? If there is no O ring, do I need to replace the whole pump? If I need to replace the whole pump, where is a good place to buy one? I've attached pictures to show you what I'm dealing with.
  20. Hi Everyone, I've been referencing these forums for a while now to help maintain and troubleshoot issues with my spa and now am hoping that someone may be able to help me figure out what is going on with my G3 tub. So, after having my tub shut down for about a year now I've been trying to get it up and running again. After flushing the tub, cleaning it and refilling it I was getting a DR error code. At first, foolishly, I thought it might be the heating element being burned out as it was getting old but even after replacing it still was giving me that low flow error message. After replacing the element I realized that jets on half of the tub actually were not functioning and that although the Jet 1 button worked flawlessy, when I hit Jet 2 I was hearing a loud humming noise instead of the usual pump sound. At this point I am THINKING it might be something to do with the capacitor as the bearings seem to work fine and I can spin the impeller inside of the pump with no resistance at all. However, I also noticed that the rod that spins the impeller looks absolutely terrible while the capacitor looks pristine. I've linked an imgur album below of photos I took yesterday to show what I'm talking about. Any ideas? http://imgur.com/a/w304C
  21. Hello, I have a Bullfrog model #362 spa, the control box is a Balboa EL 1500. I've had the spa for 5 years, it has worked well until recently. The first thing I noticed was the GFCI tripped last May, but I had been washing off the deck near the spa and thought maybe it was from that, moisture possibly getting inside, but don't really know. It has since tripped a couple more times at random the last few months, shutting the entire spa down. I don't know if that is a separate issue or if it could be related to the pump/heater issue as well. The spa has two pumps, when one or both are turned on in either low or high speed, they are supposed to automatically shut off after 30 minutes. What sometimes happens is after pump 1, which has the heater assembly, shuts off automatically as it's supposed to, if turned on high again for another 30 minute cycle it will shut off prematurely, in roughly 10-15 minutes and can't be turned back on, even though the light on the display panel indicates that pump 1, is on. If pump 2 is turned on high as well at the same time, it will remain on and function normally. While pressing the pump 1 button after it shuts down, you can hear a clicking sound and sometimes on occasion a 'dr' or 'dr4' code will appear, but not always. After 30 minutes or so, pump 1 can be turned on again and bascially act 'normal'. I've tried resetting the spa by turning it off at the circuit breaker after pump 1 shuts off prematurely, to see if that would reset it sooner, but pump 1 remains shut off when powered back up, until a certain time period has passed, after which, it will function bascially "normal' again, at least until you try to run it through another 2nd 30 minute cycle on high where it may or may not, shut off prematurely. On low speed or during a maintence cycle circulating the water, pump 1 will stay on continually, i.e. not shut off prematurely, and it heats the water without any issue or error codes. I have replaced the filters, drained and refilled the spa, taking care to fill it so an air lock wouldn't develop. While the spa was drained, I looked inside the heater and pump 1 impeller and did not see blockage of any kind. Both the pump and heater, at least to my untrained eye, don't seem to be rusted or corroded. I am wondering if perhaps it might be a sensor issue? The spa also has an ozonator, I don't know if that is of any importance or not. Thanks in advance for any suggestions or advice in dealing with this problem. I live in a remote area so it's expensive to get a technician out so I'm trying to explore as many options as I can before having to resort to doing that or at the least have some knowledge of what may or may not be causing the issues.
  22. 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!
  23. Hi Everyone. Thankful there is a forum for pool aficionados to go to for help. Our issue: We have a Hayward CX1750 re filter (cartridge is perhaps 18 months old and the pool is rarely used (and always spotless) so to me the cartridge has not seen very high mileage), and a Sta-Rite 1 hp (1.65 hp) pump model p6e6e-206L running on a 20,000 gallon saltwater pool. recently added cyanuric acid so I needed to leave out filter baskets for a couple days. Ran through the process. Of course that is supposed to raise the pressure some for a couple of days. After four or five days, realized that pressure was staying high with the filter so I power washed the filter. Now, reassembled, the pressure has dropped from about 22psi to about 6-7 psi, which seems low compared to the typical average of 13-15psi for our pool. More importantly, the pump sounds like it has little stones in it EXCEPT when I reduced the flow at the intake on the skimmer (I just stuck some fingers in the intake pipe), which naturally increases suction. When I do that, the sound of small stones rolling around in the pump just goes away. Can't stand there with my hands in the pipe forever. I hope that somebody here has experienced this. Disassembling the pump doesn't look challenging, so if it seems that the impeller is at the heart of things, I can do that, but when we restarted the pump, it ran nearly silently for the first 8-10 seconds, then the stones noise kicked in, which suggests to me that there is nothing clogging the impeller. Any experience with this? If so, suggestions welcome very much. Thanks for reading! Bill
  24. I have a problem with my spa pump tripping the 50amp GFCI breaker. I have been through everything I can think of with this spa. It has 2 2 speed pumps, one which connected to the filter and heater (pump 1) and one that is attached only to some jets (pump 2). Both pumps are identical, new 2 speed 240V pumps. I have also recently replaced the heater, ozonator, and GFCI breaker. I have a Balboa MAS225 control board. Pump 1 runs on schedule because it is used to filter and heat, it comes on as soon as the hot tub is started up (breaker turned on). Pump 2 only comes on when you turn it on using the top control panel. Pump 1 will trip the breaker about 5-10 seconds after starting the spa. However, if I take the filter out and open the filter can, it will run with out tripping, so it seems that maybe it is pulling to much current. I have looked for any clogs and have determined all the pipes and tubes to be clear. A strange mystery is that if I turn on pump 2 as soon as the breaker is flipped on and the tub is starting up, the breaker won't trip. The second I turn off pump 2, pump 1 trips the breaker. If I unplug the pump 1 from the control panel, all is fine. If I switch the wiring for pump 1 and 2, pump 2 will come on automatically and run as if it were the filter/heater pump and won't trip the breaker. While it is running I can turn pump 1 will run just fine. I've even switched the pumps via plumbing, and it dosen't matter, the pump that is connect to the filter and heater will trip the breaker, unless the other pump is on, or unless I open up the filter canister (I also have a new filter). Does anyone have any clue what could be the problem? I already wasted $110 on a new GFCI that didn't solve the problem and I don't want to buy a new control board only to have that not fix the problem, and besides, I'd like to try to replace a control board component if possible. At this point it seems all that's left is the transformer or the control board. I also don't think its any relays as switching the wiring doesn't switch which pump is causing the problem. I'd appreciate any help, or even guesses. Thanks!
  25. I would like to buy a variable speed pump that is quiet and energy efficient, with a digital display/timer. When I go to the Pentair website they have several different ones to choose from but I don't know which one is right for my pool. I have a 18,000 gallon inground gunite pool. It is salt chlorinated, not heated, and there is no spa attached. The pump I have currently is hayward 3/4 hp. A neighbor with a pool told me they love their new Pentair brand, but I would also be open to a Hayward brand. Any advice on which is proper for me?
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