How do you reset the heater on a Hot Springs Spa?

The reset button is located in the equipment compartment. Plug the spa back into the power source. Check the circulation pump if the spa does not heat while jets and lights are working. This may be caused by the circulation pump thermal cut-off being tripped.

The reset button is located in the equipment compartment. Plug the spa back into the power source. Check the circulation pump if the spa does not heat while jets and lights are working. This may be caused by the circulation pump thermal cut-off being tripped.

Likewise, why is my spa not heating up? Low flow in your spa or hot tub is most commonly associated with a dirty spa filter. If your spa heater won’t heat, remove and clean the filter(s) rule out a pressure or flow rate problem. Low water level, a clogged pump impeller, closed valves, clogged pipes or blocked spa drain covers can also cause flow issues.

People also ask, how do you reset the high limit switch on a hot springs spa?

Simply reset by pressing the big red button on your spa pack. The high limit switch may be housed in a thermowell. If the water temperature in the thermowell is the same as the water temperature in the rest of the spa, the switch is damaged and needs to be replaced.

How do I reset my hot tub control panel?

You can reset a hot tub control panel by switching it off, waiting for between 10 and 20 seconds and then switching it back on again. If the error signal continues on the control panel then you will need to consult your hot tub manual to see what the problem is.

How do I test my hot tub control panel?

No Display on Topside Control Panel Reset Spa Controller, power down and restart. Check for condensation under display glass. Check cable for crimps or any visible damage. Clean plug-in cable connections on both ends. Check power at Transformer on control circuit board. Check power at fuse on spa control circuit board.

What is the lifespan of a hot tub?

Essentially, a spa’s life span is based on a combination of two factors – spa quality and spa care. A hot tub can last anywhere from 5-20 years or more. Cheaper hot tubs made with lower quality materials won’t last long. If those hot tubs are not well maintained, they may not last more than 5 years.

Why is my hot tub red light flashing?

When the power indicator is FLASHING RED, this means that the heater high limit has tripped. This means that the tub could be above its temperature limit or that the filters are clogged. The red flashing lights usually means that you’ll need to call for service.

What causes a high limit switch to trip?

When a high limit switch gets tripped due to overheating, that contributes to wearing out the switch faster. One of the most common causes of furnace overheating is a clogged furnace filter.

How do you fix a hot tub that overheats?

How to Stop a Hot Tub From Overheating Turn off all power to the hot tub as soon as you realize it is overheating. Call your hot tub dealer or manufacturer for service options. Check the water level of the hot tub. Check the shut-off valves in the hot tub. Clean the hot tub filter.

How do you reset a high limit switch?

How to Reset a Furnace Limit Switch Locate your furnace’s heating duct. Locate the white limit switch. Look at each arm to identify the settings. Identify the component (setting) located in between the two arms. Set the temperature on the middle component to approximately 105 to 115 degrees Fahrenheit.

How do high limit switches work?

When the air in the plenum reaches the high-limit setting on the limit switch, the switch turns on and activates the blower fan, circulating air through the heat exchanger on its way to the house while simultaneously pulling cool air from the house through the air returns and into the furnace.

Why do hot tubs overheat?

Low water flow (LF, FLO), is the usual cause of an overheating (OH, OHH) spa or hot tub. When water doesn’t flow fast enough through the heater, the heater stays hotter, and the temperature of the water increases. Some causes of low water flow in a spa include: A dirty spa filter cartridge.

Is there a reset button on a hot tub pump?

2 Answers. There are generally two “hard resets” in hot tubs, the GFCI, and the high limit reset. The GFCI pops if there is any type of electrical short (such as water getting into the heating element, the reset on that can be in one of three places.