Hot Tub Information & Tips

Hot Tub Chemical Instructions

Eliminating Foam In Your Spa

How Ozonators Work?

Facts About Ozone In Hot Tubs

FAQs On Purification With Ozone

How To Winterize Your Hot Tub When Draining

Spa Fragrances For Aromatherapy

Tips To Keep Your Hot Tub Water Crystal Clear

What Chemicals & Supplies Do I Need For My Hot Tub?

How R-Values Work To Rate Hot Tub Covers

Floating Thermal Blankets Save Money

Hot Tub Technical Information

Spa Pack and Pump Assembly Instructions

How to Turn the Wet End on a Hot Tub Pump

Balboa Chip and Circuit Board Number Cross Reference - Chart Look Up

Determining If Your Spa Pump Is A 48 Frame Or 56 Frame

How To Install A Hot Tub Ozonator

Pump Shaft Seal Kits - Cross Reference Chart

How To Properly Measure Your Hot Tub Filter For Replacement

Hot Tub Equipment Troubleshooting

Hot Tub Error Codes - Spa Topside Error Messages

Repairing A Hot Tub That Is Not Heating

Troubleshooting A Spa That Is Not Getting Hot Enough

Fixing A Hot Tub With A Fluctuating Temperature

Troubleshooting A Chattering Contactor

How To Diagnose A Tripping High Limit Switch

Troubleshooting A Tripping GFCI Breaker

Troubleshooting Hot Tub Jets That Aren't Flowing Properly

General Troubleshooting Tips with Spa Packs

  • Breaker must be reset after all changes. Turn breaker off, make adjustments, and then turn breaker back on.
  • Check the jumper pins/switches on the board. Are all the pins/switches in the correct position?
  • Is there power going to the part? Make sure you are getting the proper voltage across the pump, element, etc.
  • Check all connections and plugs. (Turn off the breaker) Unplug and re-plug in all cords and sensors and turn the breaker back on.
  • Check the fuses. Do any fuses need to be replaced?
  • Check the filter. Is the filter clean? Remove the filter and reset the breaker – is there still a flow issue?
  • Check the valves. Are they all open?
  • Check the voltage. Is it a 110V or 220V device? Is it wired for 110V or 220V on the Pak?