20 Most Recent Jacuzzi S750000 Black RapidHeat In Line Heater S750 Questions & Answers


Any recommended (see the tub instructions) cleaning product should be fine in the heater -- and the higher temperature of the "cleaning solution" should enhance the process. Just be sure to flush the tub's entire system with clean water before you bathe in it again!

Jacuzzi S750000... | Answered on Dec 02, 2017


Yes bath heaters may be installed on flexible PVC tubing. it is essentially the same as rigid PVC piping but has flexible properties.

Jacuzzi S750000... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011


not exactly sure but one will be an inline pressure heater and the other should be the vacuum heater.

Jacuzzi S750000... | Answered on Sep 06, 2010


Test across both terminals at the same time. If you are getting 230V, disconnect power and check the resistance across the terminals. For 4kW, you should get roughly 13 ohms. If not, the element is bad.
If you get 0 Volts across the terminals, the tub is not heating. ManyBalboa packs switch both leads to the same leg of power, so you can get 120V to ground from each terminal, but you get 0V from terminal to terminal.
The clincher here is that the "heater on" light is off. I would double-check the pressure switch. You should test it with the tub running in heat mode. Disconnect one of the flag terminal leads from the switch, THEN test for continuity across the terminals. If you get none, you have either low flow or a bad pressure switch. You can verify by jumping the two wires together and see if the "heat" light comes on. Again, check for flow. I would run any of these tests with the filter removed. The symptoms you describe are very commonly caused by a dirty filter causing low flow. Again, pressure switch test. A bad sensor would cause the "current temp" to read too high, and a hi-limit problem would cause the little "heater-on" light to flash. Unless that little light is just dead (I've never seen it go bad), everything you say points to the pressure switch (or a dirty filter).

Jacuzzi S750000... | Answered on Dec 13, 2009


Contact the Dealer and seek qualified tech service. Risk of electric shock/***** You should not take the risk but have a QUALIFIED SERVICEPERSON perform the work.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jun 29, 2019


There may be a video but you should be able to tell by looking at it too

big screw under tank holds valve on




big screw under tank holds valve on
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see:
https://reviewmotors.co/jacuzzi-dual-flush-toilet-repair-parts

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Jun 14, 2019


If there is power to the unit, most likely it will need to be replaced. Check for reset button, and check the fuses before replacing the unit.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on May 23, 2019


Should be one on the motor and also check to see if there is a GFCi somewhere too. Could be around where the jacuzzi switch is.

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Feb 10, 2019


try moving by hand they are calcified

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Nov 04, 2018


the motor could be seased, can you get to back of motor to see if it's spinning

Jacuzzi Home | Answered on Sep 23, 2018

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