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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can probally get a manuel on line if you go through Hayward.
When he took the old one out he probally just wired the circut together where the temp assembly goes into the cabnet in the top right front of cabnet in the upper panel. Then the temp probe runs around the side to the water header or manifold. If this is in the orignal spot it is on the right of the heater and easy to find. I'm not sure but if the exchanger has been turned then it will be around the back side of the header and it will be on the left side of the heater. Geting a manuel for this is a good idea anyway, good luck.
Posted on May 09, 2010
SOURCE: what size breaker does the
It does make a difference as to input voltage. But usually at 11KW this would be a 220V unit and require a 50 amp breaker. 11,000W divided by 220VAC = 50 amps. 230 or 240V input the same 50 A breaker.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
SOURCE: leisure bay spa series c,
What light is blinking? The heater light? Because the heater light will not come on until the spa goes through the purge cycle when the breaker is first turned on.Exactly what is happening once the breaker is turned on
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
Circuit breakers do wear out. The GFCI could also be bad. If it is neither of those the Hi Limit sensor may have failed, it is a safety switch which prevents normal operation of the spa if not functioning correctly. There could possibly be another electrical fault, the heater element could be compromised.
Posted on Sep 11, 2012
120Volt or 240Volt?
Hardwire or plug-in-outlet?
Where is the GFCI? On the outlet or on the breaker?
Here is a starter:
Are you connecting a new spa?
Or is old spa having problems?
Exactly which problems?
Or if the element getting wet and causing GFCI to trip?
Is circuit breaker tripped?
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Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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