What's a circulation pump?

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Spa and hot tub electrical heater basics

Fig. 1a: Remote with cord Fig. 1b: System with integrated heater Electrical Device Connected to the Spa Control Pack, either remotely or directly in the same unit. (Fig.1) Normally constructed with a
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How to diagnose a non-working spa and hot tub heater (115v systems)?

**Danger Live Electricity** This step will require working with live electricity and the use of an electrical multimeter with Amp Clamp. If you are unfamiliar with or have no experiencing dealing with electricity, please consider
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Everything you need to know about ozonators and ozone generators for spas and hot tubs

Spas and hot tubs can be easy to maintain in ideal situations. One way to increase the odds is to have a quality ozone generator installed and in good working condition. A common misconception is that if an ozone generator is present in a spa
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Why your hot tub should be drained and cleaned every change of season?

Your hot tub should be drained and cleaned every 3 to 4 months. As a result, body oils, cosmetics, and other bodily fluids accumulate in the water over time. The more hot tub chemicals (read more) you add, the more this builds up,
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Tips for installing your new pump

Wiring the new pump Fig. 1: Pump Motor Wiring Diagram 1. Before you wire the new motor, look at the wiring diagram on the side of the pump. ( Fig.1 ) 2. Determine where each of the wires connects to. Since you have
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Tips for removing your old pump

Installing your new spa pump yourself can seem like a complicated task.  This surely can be exactly what it is in certain cases.   Normally handled by Spa Repair Technicians, if a homeowner believes he/she is up to the task it can be a
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All about spa and hot tub keypads or control panels

General description of spa and hot tub keypads, topsides, side panels or control panels Hot tubs first started appearing in the United States in the 1940’s. The materials and technology used in their construction has continued to improve
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Heater element evaluation

Heater element evaluation start here Heater elements are small, strong wires (filaments) encased in an insulating powder surrounded by an Incoloy sheath. The electrical connections are made at the terminals connected to cold pins attached to
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