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MAXX code E01, jets don't work

When water sensor is activated, only the 'time' button, 'circulate' button and button numbers 1,2 and 3 light up. The 'light' button and the 'bubbles' button and one other button that looks like it has an eye on it don't light up. The tub will circulate and heat the water, but the jets don't work. It flashed an error code E01 and also something like SP6?THANK YOU!

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Well first of all i have to assume that this tub is equipped with jet's on the floor and lights,if not then there's no reason for it those buttons to light up, now if it is equipped with these features and your getting a error code all this means is that this tub need to Re Configured to run this type of system,this is something a tech needs to look at because you wouldn't be getting error codes if the tub was configured wrong the reason your getting error codes is because something isn't plugged in correctly at the control box and the computer detected a fault.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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I had the same problem with my Maax Tub. It would flash an E01 followed by an E06 error code. The problem was the connectors that connect the water sensor to the control unit were loose. I pulled the wires out of the control unit and bent the pins in slightly so they would make better contact. Once of the connectors had 6 pins while the other had 8 pins. I carefully bent them all inwards a little bit which made the connection seem much more tight. Now my tub is working again! Yeah.

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