The high limit is not an on/off switch. Check home depot or lowes to match up your element, usually you can find one and its alot cheaper then going to a pool store. 07-12-07,09:21 PM #3 Sinister Member Join Top of Page | View New Posts « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch Spa is shut down. this contact form
Rotomolded Spas Spa Preppers - Hurricane Spa Protection Hot Tub Circulation Pump Troubleshooting How to Measure for a Hot Tub Cover Hot Tub Electrical Safety Spa & Hot Tub Plumbing Fittings I am unable to do that because this is in use every day. Adjusting the temp set point stops the flashing. The high limit switch can also be tripped by low pressure or water flow. http://www.hottubessentials.com/troubleshooting_tripping_high_limit.htm
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. If you don’t have basic electrical knowledge, don’t attempt to fix it. If the meter doesn't move, the element is bad. In most cases overheat issues are related to the relays on the circuit board, or the temp sensor has failed and will need to be replaced.
I suspect the RF temperature monitor may be getting some interference, but it is suspicious it coincides with tripping switch. By the way it is a two wire sensor. With a short power interruption, the current temp flashes to let you know the power was out. Bypass High Limit Switch Hot Tub It is a safety feature to prevent your equipment from being damaged by extreme heat.
ILOC = Interlock failure - possible pump or ozone spike . (---) =Unknown water temperature. (Displays when first powered up after refill). Hot Tub Reset Button Spacare.com 888-772-9887 Technical Assistance 405-622-4950 0 Item(s) | Total: $0 Home Shop SpaCare.com Spa Part Index Circuit Board Repair Spa Covers Spa & Hot Tub Covers Spa Cover Lifts PSoC = Pressure switch open with circulating pump.
I think I will put a thermometer in the thermo well.
Status of the heater element is unknown. Hot Tub High Limit Sensor Location Categories Consumer Research for Best Hot Tub (100) hottubworks.com (127) life (130) spa chemicals (67) spa covers (161) Spa Crystals (11) spa filter (31) spa heater (25) Spa Ozone (17) Spa Most of the time when high limit is tripping and its not water temp related is caused by the heating element. I was going to try and and find some kind of capillary thermometer.
still trips high limit. I put probe partially in dry well best I could (pressure switch is in the way for straight probe). Hot Tub High Limit Switch Keeps Tripping I cant find anything on why the temperature would be flashing. Balboa High Limit Switch Location They were both badly mis-calibrated, the high temp of the old thermostat was higher than the high limit trip.
Once this is done check ACROSS the heater element post, you should have either 110 volts or 220 volts depending on what voltage is operating the control box. http://indowebglobal.com/hot-tub/hl-error-code.html Dream Maker Hot Tubs OH = Overheat 108° F, spa is deactivated. Frank Alexander 10,482 views 2:13 How to deal with a flow reading on your hot tub - Duration: 4:24. Water and electricity do not mix and carry the risk of electrical shock. High Limit Sensor Dimension One Spa
and the 3 doc show again. More than likely after resetting the breaker the second time it got rid of the HL message and allowed you to see the actual temp of the water of 100 degrees. These error codes can be caused for several different reasons. navigate here SnS = Sensors out of balance.
A simple power surge can cause this problem Logged bosco0633 Senior Member Posts: 1257 Look into my eyes Re: HL reading « Reply #4 on: January 03, 2009, 06:33:23 PM » How To Reset Hot Tub Control Panel The wiring and equipment described in this article represent a typical spa pack. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
They can result from improper or loose wiring, excessive moisture or heat, voltage spikes which ‘fry' the board. oasisspas2011 39,480 views 5:06 Pressure Switch Flow Code No Heat Spa Hot Tub How To The Spa Guy - Duration: 8:14. Please login or register.Did you miss your activation email? 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and session length News: Welcome to our forum. Hl Code On Hot Tub Help!!
FREE SHIPPING $100+ $0.00 SIGN IN Sign In Registered Customers SIGN IN Forgot Password? th2/current temperature = On startup indicates temperature probe problem. Also make sure the thermostat probe is all the way in the thermal well. his comment is here Home Help Search Login Register Hot Tub Forum » General » Hot Tub Forum » HL reading « previous next » Print Pages:  Author Topic: HL reading (Read 12049 times)
Isn't that a bad element? Do not use spa when temperature is flashing or the OH message is displayed. One should have come with the tub. Wondering what your spa is trying to tell you?
The high limit switch senses the water temperature with a capillary tube that is then attached to a bulb. If the temp inside is the same as the water temperature, you’ll need to replace the high limit switch. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. I don't believe it is a flow problem, there is good water flow and it even happened with pump on high - normal looking water flow.
The most common valve; the tee handle valve, will show that the handle is up, but in many cases the gate is still half closed, make sure that it is open Then power the system back up, if the error code goes away, the problem was either a dirty filter (clean or replace) or too many jets were closed off. For information regarding repairs click here.If your spa is not overheating and you are getting the above error codes then a couple of things could be happening. Turn the power back on, you have five seconds to join the wires together, do not join them before you turn the power on.
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