How do you reset a Beachcomber hot tub?

How do you reset a Beachcomber hot tub?

How do you reset a Beachcomber hot tub?

You can reset by pushing any button once the heater cools down. Verify that the knife valve located on the heater’s return side is closed – once verified it’s closed, be sure all the knife valves are in the open or up position.

Why is my Beachcomber hot tub overheating?

OH, OHH or OHS (overheat) all mean that a temperature sensor has detected unsafe water temperatures of 108° – 118° F, and your spa is in an emergency cool down mode. The heater is shut off, and the circulation pumps and blower are turned on to help dissipate heat.

How many pumps does a Beachcomber hot tub have?

Beachcomber Hot Tubs incorporates standard one and two speed pumps in the design of their spas. When replacing a pump, check the label on the pump for the correct voltage, amperage, whether it is one or two speed and horsepower rating.

Why my hot tub won’t heat up?

Low flow in your spa or hot tub is most commonly associated with a dirty spa filter. If your spa heater won’t heat, remove and clean the filter(s) to rule out a pressure or flow rate problem. Low water level, a clogged pump impeller, closed valves, clogged pipes, or blocked spa drain covers can also cause flow issues.

Why is my Beachcomber hot tub not heating up?

Your Hot Tub Won’t Heat Up Properly If your hot tub won’t heat the water properly, it could be the heater element or low flow from your pump. Most heating failure result from corrosion caused by low PH in water supply. Any PH below 7.0 damages the heating element and trips the GFCI breaker.

How do you fix a hot tub that overheats?

Add Cold Water Into the Hot Tub Adding cold water to an overheating hot tub can help cool the hot tub faster. Adding ice is another option, as it can quickly lower the temperature of a hot tub by about 15-20 degrees in just a few hours and will not add any extra work for your filter.

Why do hot tubs only go to 104 degrees?

Why Do Hot Tubs Only Go To 104 Degrees? Hot tubs go for only 104 degrees because this is the maximum temperature most are designed to reach.