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Burlington™ | Denali™ | Hartford™ | Hawthorne™ | Tacoma™
Owner’s manual
6530-681T Rev. B
Attention New Spa Owner!
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Sundance® 680 Series
spa! The following is a list of automated functions and maintenance
recommendations for your new spa. Automated functions have been
listed below in an attempt to suppress any operational concerns you may
have during startup and the first 24 hours of ownership! Maintenance
recommendations are listed in an attempt to stress their importance in
protecting your new spa.
Automated Operations
Approximately two minutes after power is applied to the spa, the first
filtration/heating cycle turns on pump 1. In Hartford and Hawthorne models,
an automatic five minute “blow-out” function also activates pump 2 for a
period of five minutes to flush all lines. Then, after five minutes, pump 2
turns off and pump 1 continues to operate for the duration of the cycle.
Note: this function only occurs during the first filtration/heating cycle each
day.
Maintain Healthy Spa Water
Always maintain your spa’s water chemistry within the following parameters
as defined by the Association of Pool And Spa Professionals/USA:
pH
7.4-7.6
Free Chlorine
3.0-4.0 ppm
Free Bromine
2.0-4.0 ppm
Total Alkalinity
100-120 ppm
Calcium Hardness
150-250 ppm
Always maintain your spa filter as outlined below to ensure healthy spa
water. Refer to pages 34-35 for additional information.
Required Filter Maintenance
Your new spa is equipped with an advanced water filtration system that
provides unsurpassed water quality! To ensure maximum water quality at all
times, you should clean and reuse both filter cartridges every month or as
needed. See page 30 for detailed filter cleaning/replacement instructions.
Required Water Maintenance
You should replace the spa’s water every 3 months. The frequency
depends on a number of variables including frequency of use, number of
users, and attention paid to water quality maintenance. You will know it
is time for a change when you cannot control sudsing and/or you can no
longer get the normal feel or sparkle to the water, even though the key
water balance measurements are all within the proper parameters. See
pages 34-35 for additional information.
© 2008 by Sundance Spas, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Table of Contents
1.0
2.0
Important Spa Owner Information�������������������������������������������� 1
FCC Notice���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Important Safety Instructions��������������������������������������������������� 2
Important CSA Safety Instructions (Canada only)����������������������� 4
Hyperthermia������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
Cautions�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
General Electrical Safety Instructions������������������������������������������ 6
4.0
4.1
4.2
Choosing A Location����������������������������������������������������������������� 7
Outdoor Location������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
Indoor Location���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
5.0
5.1
5.2
Power Requirements����������������������������������������������������������������� 9
North American 60Hz Power Options���������������������������������������� 10
Export 50Hz Power Options�������������������������������������������������������11
6.0
7.0
Electrical Wiring Instructions������������������������������������������������� 12
Spa Fill Up Procedure�������������������������������������������������������������� 16
8.0
8.1
8.2
Control Functions�������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
Control Panel����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
General Spa Features And Controls������������������������������������������ 22
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Operating Instructions������������������������������������������������������������ 23
Setting Water Temperature ������������������������������������������������������� 23
Activate Pumps�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
SunGlow™ Light Operation (Denali and Tacoma Models)�������� 24
Standard Light Operation (Burlington, Hartford and
Hawthorne Models) ������������������������������������������������������������������ 24
Optional Multi-Colored LED Light System Operation
(Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne Models)��������������������������� 24
Adjusting Individual Jet Flow����������������������������������������������������� 25
Selecting Desired Massage Action ������������������������������������������� 26
Air Controls�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26
Optional Audio System�������������������������������������������������������������� 26
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
10.0
10.1
Automatic Filtration Cycles���������������������������������������������������� 27
Standard Filtration/Heating Modes For Models Without
Circulation Pump Option������������������������������������������������������������ 27
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
Standard Filtration/Heating Modes For Models With
Circulation Pump Option������������������������������������������������������������ 27
Economy Filtration/Heating Modes (F4-F6)������������������������������� 27
Lock Modes (L1-L2)������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
Selecting The Filtration/Heating Mode�������������������������������������� 28
Filtration Modes for Spas Without Circulation Pump Option����� 28
Filtration Modes for Spas With Circulation Pump Option���������� 29
11.0
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
Spa Maintenance��������������������������������������������������������������������� 30
Cleaning The Filter�������������������������������������������������������������������� 30
Draining and Refilling���������������������������������������������������������������� 31
Pillow Care (All Models Except Denali)������������������������������������� 32
Cleaning The Spa Interior���������������������������������������������������������� 33
Maintaining The Cover�������������������������������������������������������������� 33
Maintaining The Synthetic Cabinet�������������������������������������������� 33
Winterizing��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33
Restarting Your Spa in Cold Weather���������������������������������������� 34
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.3
Water Quality Maintenance����������������������������������������������������� 34
pH Control��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 35
Sanitizing����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 35
CD Ozone Water Maintenance System������������������������������������� 35
13.0
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.6
13.7
13.8
13.9
Error Conditions/Error Messages������������������������������������������ 36
Summer Logic (Spas With Circulation Pump Option)���������������� 36
Panel displays SN1������������������������������������������������������������������� 36
Panel displays SN2������������������������������������������������������������������� 36
Panel Flashes FL1 or FL2 (Spas Without Circulation
Pump Option)���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 36
Panel Flashes FL1 or FL2 (Spas With Circulation
Pump Option)���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Panel displays COL������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Panel Displays ICE�������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Panel Displays OH�������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Panel displays - - -�������������������������������������������������������������������� 38
14.0
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
Troubleshooting Procedures�������������������������������������������������� 38
None of the Components Operate (e.g. Pump, Light)�������������� 38
Pump Does Not Operate but Light Does����������������������������������� 38
Poor Jet Action�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39
Water is Too Hot������������������������������������������������������������������������ 39
No Heat������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39
13.5
15.0
16.0
17.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
21.0
21.1
North American Denali/Tacoma Convertible Circuit
Diagram (60Hz)������������������������������������������������������������������������� 40
North American Burlington Models (60Hz) ��������������������������� 41
North American Hartford and Hawthorne Models (60Hz) ���� 42
Export Denali/Tacoma Circuit Diagram (50Hz)���������������������� 43
Export Burlington Circuit Diagram (50Hz)����������������������������� 44
Export Hartford and Hawthorne Circuit Diagram (50Hz)������ 45
TM
Optional SunSound Stereo Receiver Functions
(Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne Models Only)������������� 46
Optional SunSound Audio Receiver Specifications������������������� 51
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1.0 Important Spa Owner Information
Your Sundance® 680 Series spa is constructed to the highest standards
and is capable of providing many years of trouble-free use. However, because heat retentive materials are utilized to insulate the spa for efficient
operation, an uncovered spa surface and wall fittings directly exposed
to sunlight and high temperatures for an extended period are subject
to permanent damage or discoloration. Damage caused by exposing
the spa to this abuse is not covered under warranty. We recommend
that you always keep the spa full of water when it is exposed to direct
sunlight and that you keep the Sundance premium insulating cover in
place at all times when the spa is not in use. Read and carefully follow
the requirements for your spa’s support base found in Section 4.0 titled,
“Choosing a Location” (page 7).
Sundance constantly strives to offer the finest spas available,
therefore modifications and enhancements may be made which
affect the specifications, illustrations and/or instructions contained
herein.
2.0 FCC Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B Digital Device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1. Rearrange or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from the
circuit connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for FCC compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
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3.0 Important Safety Instructions
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY!
When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including:
1. Warning: To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use
this product unless they are closely supervised at all times.
2. Warning: A grounding wire connector is provided on this unit to
connect a minimum No. 8 AWG (8.4mm2) solid copper conductor
between this unit and any metal equipment, metal enclosures of
electrical equipment, metal water pipe, or conduit within 5 feet (1.5m)
of the unit.
3. Danger: Risk of Accidental Drowning. Extreme caution must be
exercised to prevent unauthorized access by children. To avoid
accidents, ensure that children cannot use this spa unless they are
supervised at all times.
4. Danger: Risk of Injury. The suction fittings in this spa are sized to
match the specific water flow created by the pump. Should the need
arise to replace the suction fittings or the pump, be sure that the flow
rates are compatible. Never operate the spa if the suction fittings are
broken or missing. Never replace a suction fitting with one rated less
than the flow rate marked on the original suction fitting.
5. WARNING: Risk of Injury. The suction fittings in this spa are sized to
match the specific water flow created by the pump. If it is necessary
to replace the suction fittings or the pump, be sure that the flow rates
are compatible. Because of the risk of injury,
• Never operate or use the spa if the filter, filter lid, or skimmer
assembly are broken or any part of the skimmer assembly is
missing. Please contact your dealer or nearest service center for
service.
• Never replace a suction fitting with one rated less than the flow
rate marked on the original suction fitting.
6. Danger: Risk of Electric Shock. Install at least 5 feet (1.5m) from
all metal surfaces. As an alternative, a spa may be installed within
5 feet (1.5m) of metal surfaces if each metal surface is permanently
connected (bonded) by a minimum No. 8 AWG (8.4mm²) solid copper conductor attached to the wire connector on the grounding lug,
inside the equipment compartment on the equipment box.
7. Danger: Risk of Electric Shock. Do not permit any electrical appliance, such as a light, telephone, radio, television, etc. within 5 feet
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(1.5m) of a spa, unless such appliances are built-in by the manufacturer.
8. Electrical Supply: The electrical supply for this product must
include a suitably rated switch or circuit breaker to open all ungrounded supply conductors to comply with Section 422-20 of the
National Electrical Code/USA, ANSI/NFPA 70. The disconnect must
be readily accessible and visible to the spa occupant but installed at
least 5 feet (1.5m) from the spa water.
9. Warning: To Reduce the Risk of Injury:
10. The water in a spa should never exceed 104°F (40°C). Water temperatures between 100°F (38°C) and 104°F (40°C) are considered
safe for a healthy adult. Lower water temperatures are recommended for young children and when spa use exceeds 10 minutes.
11. Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy, pregnant
or possibly pregnant women should limit spa water temperatures to
100°F (38°C). If pregnant, please consult your physician before using a spa.
12. Before entering the spa, the user should measure the water temperature with an accurate thermometer since the tolerance of water
temperature-regulating devices may vary as much as +/- 5°F (2°C).
13. The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication before or during spa use
may lead to unconsciousness with the possibility of drowning.
14. Persons suffering from obesity or a medical history of heart disease,
low or high blood pressure, circulatory system problems, diabetes,
infectious diseases or immune deficiency syndromes should consult
a physician before using a spa. If you experience breathing difficulties in association with using or operating your spa, discontinue use
and consult your physician.
15. Persons using medication should consult a physician before using
a spa since some medication may induce drowsiness, while other
medication may affect heart rate, blood pressure, and circulation.
16. Always shower before and after using your spa. To reduce the possibility of contracting a waterborne illness, always maintain water
chemistry within the parameters listed on the inside cover of this
manual. If you or other bathers experience such a condition, discontinue use and seek medical attention.
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3.1 Important CSA Safety Instructions (Canada only)
When using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should
always be followed, including the following:
1. Read and follow all instructions.
2. A green colored terminal or a terminal marked G, Gr, Ground,
Grounding or the symbol* is located inside the supply terminal box
or compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock, this terminal
must be connected to the grounding means provided in the electric
supply service panel with a continuous copper wire equivalent in
size to the circuit conductors that supply this equipment (*IEC Publication 417, Symbol 5019).
3. At least two lugs marked “Bonding Lugs” are provided on the external surface or on the inside of the supply terminal box/compartment.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect the local common bonding grid in the area of the spa to these terminals with an insulated or
bare copper conductor not smaller than No. 6 AWG (10mm²).
4. All field-installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains or
other similar hardware within 10 feet (3m) of the spa shall be bonded
to the equipment grounding buss with copper conductors not smaller
than No. 6 AWG (10mm²).
5. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Children should not use spas without adult supervision.
WARNING: Do not use spas unless all suction guards are installed to
prevent body and hair entrapment.
WARNING: People with infectious diseases should not use a spa.
WARNING: To avoid injury, exercise care when entering or exiting the
spa.
WARNING: Do not use drugs or alcohol before or during the use of a
spa to avoid unconsciousness and possible drowning.
WARNING: Pregnant or possibly pregnant women should consult a
physician before using a spa.
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WARNING: Water temperature in excess of 40°C (104°F) may be injurious to your health.
WARNING: Before entering the spa, measure the water temperature
with an accurate thermometer.
WARNING: Do not use a spa immediately following strenuous exercise.
WARNING: Prolonged immersion in a spa may be injurious to your
health.
WARNING: Do not permit electric appliances (such as lights, radios,
telephones, televisions, etc.) within 5 feet (1.5m) of this spa unless factory installed.
CAUTION: Maintain water chemistry in accordance with manufacturer’s
instructions.
WARNING: The use of alcohol or drugs can greatly increase the risk of
fatal hyperthermia in spas.
3.2 Hyperthermia
Prolonged immersion in hot water may induce hyperthermia. A description of the causes, symptoms, and effects of hyperthermia are as follows:
Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches
a level several degrees above the normal body temperature of 98.6°F
(37°C). The symptoms of hyperthermia include drowsiness, lethargy,
and an increase in the internal temperature of the body. The effects of
hyperthermia include:
A
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Unawareness of impending hazard;
Failure to perceive heat;
Failure to recognize the need to exit spa;
Physical inability to exit spa;
Fetal damage in pregnant women; and
Unconsciousness and danger of drowning.
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3.3 Cautions
1. Persons suffering from heart disease, diabetes, high or low blood
pressure, and any condition requiring medical treatment, pregnant
women, the elderly, or infants should consult with a physician before
using a spa.
2. The Consumer Products Safety Commission/USA has stated that
the water temperature in a spa should not exceed 104°F (40°C).
Immersion in water in excess of 104°F (40°C) can be hazardous to
your health.
3. Observe a reasonable time limit when using the spa. Long exposures at higher temperatures can cause high body temperature.
Symptoms may include dizziness, nausea, fainting, drowsiness, and
reduced awareness. These effects could possibly result in drowning.
4. Do not use the spa under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, or other
drugs. Use of the spa under these conditions may lead to serious
consequences.
5. Always test the spa water temperature before entering the spa. Enter and exit the spa slowly. Wet surfaces can be very slippery.
6. Never bring any electrical appliances into or near the spa. Never
operate any electrical appliances from inside the spa or when you
are wet unless such appliances are built-in by the manufacturer.
7. Proper chemical maintenance of spa water is necessary to maintain
safe water and prevent possible damage to spa components.
8. Use the straps and clip tie downs to secure the cover when not in
use. This will help to discourage unsupervised children from entering the spa and keep the spa cover secure in high-wind conditions.
There is no representation that the cover, clip tie-downs, or actual
locks will prevent access to the spa.
3.4General Electrical Safety Instructions
Your new Sundance® spa is equipped with a “state-of-the-art” equipment
system. It contains the most advanced safety and self-protective equipment in the industry. Nonetheless, this spa must be installed properly to
ensure dependable usage. Please contact your local Sundance dealer
or local building department should you have any questions regarding
your installation.
Proper grounding is extremely important. Sundance spas are equipped
with a current collector system. A pressure wire connector is provided
on the surface of the control box, located outside the equipment door
(Figure B, page 14) to permit connection of a bonding wire between
this point and any ground metal equipment, metal water pipe or conduit
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within 5 feet (1.5m) of the spa, or copper clad grounding rod buried
within 5 feet (1.5m) of the spa. Bonding wire must be at least No. 8 AWG
(8.4mm²) solid copper wire. This is a most important safety assurance
feature.
Before installing your spa, check with your local building department to
insure installation conforms to local building codes.
120/240 Volt Denali And Tacoma Convertible Models
A spa connected to a 120 VAC electrical service must be located close
enough to a grounded, grounding-type electrical outlet so that the included 10 foot (3m) power cord can be plugged directly into it. DO NOT
USE AN EXTENSION CORD as this could cause damage to the spa’s
equipment due to insufficient voltage. The power supplied to this spa
must be a dedicated circuit with no other appliances or lights sharing the
power provided by the circuit.
4.0 Choosing A Location
IMPORTANT: Because of the combined weight of the spa, water
and users, it is extremely important that the base upon which the
spa rests be smooth, flat, level and capable of uniformly supporting
this weight, without shifting or settling, for the entire time the spa
is in place. If the spa is placed on a surface which does not meet
these requirements, damage to the skirt and/or the spa shell may
result. Damage caused by improper support is not covered under
warranty. It is the responsibility of the spa owner to assure the
integrity of the support over time. We recommend a poured, reinforced concrete slab with a minimum thickness of 4 inches (10cm).
Wood decking is also acceptable provided it is constructed so that
it meets the requirements outlined above.
The spa must be installed in such a manner as to provide drainage away
from it. Placing the spa in a depression without provisions for proper
drainage could allow rain, overflow and other casual water to flood the
equipment and create a wet condition in which it would sit in. For spas
which will be recessed into a floor or deck, install so as to permit access
to the equipment, either from above or below, for servicing. Make certain
that there are no obstructions which would prevent removal of all side
cabinet panels and access to the jets components, especially on the
side with the equipment bay.
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4.1 Outdoor Location
In selecting the ideal outdoor location for your spa, we suggest that you
take into consideration the following:
•
•
•
•
•
The proximity to changing area and shelter (especially in regions
subject to cold weather).
The pathway to and from your spa (this should be free of debris so
that dirt and leaves are not easily tracked into the spa).
The closeness to trees and shrubbery (remember that leaves and
birds could create extra work in keeping the spa clean).
A sheltered environment (less wind and weather exposure can result
in lowered operation and maintenance costs).
The overall enhancement of your environment. It is preferable not to
place the spa under an unguttered roof overhang since run-off water
will shorten the life expectancy of the spa cover.
4.2 Indoor Location
For indoor installations many factors need to be considered before
installing a spa indoors:
•
PROPER FOUNDATION: Consult a Structural Engineer when considering a foundation that will adequately support the spa the entire
time it is in place. Proper support is critical especially if the spa is to
rest on a second story or higher. For spas that are to rest on balconies, roofs or other platforms not specifically tied into the main structural support, you should consult a professional Structural Engineer
with experience in this type of application.
•
PROPER DRAINAGE. It is extremely important to have in place
measures to sufficiently handle excessive water spillage. Be sure
the flooring in which the spa rests on has adequate drainage and
can handle draining of the entire contents of the spa. Be sure to
make provisions for ceilings or any other structures that may be
below the spas installation. Areas around your spa can become wet
or moist so all flooring and subsequent furniture, walls and adjacent
structures should be able to withstand or resist water and moisture.
•
PROPER VENTILATION. Proper ventilation should be discussed
with an Engineer or authority competent enough to understand the
necessary provisions needed to vent moist or heated air and air
associated with chemical odors outdoors. When the spa is in use
considerable amounts of moisture will escape potentially causing
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mold and mildew, over time this can damage certain surfaces and or
surroundings.
•
SUFFICIENT ACCESS. In the unlikely event that you should ever
need to access or gain entry to any portion of the spa for servicing,
it is highly recommended that you plan your indoor installation to
provide full access to the entire spa.
•
WARRANTY. Damage caused by not following these guidelines or
any improper installation not in accordance with local codes or authorities is not covered under the spas warranty. Please consult your
local state or city building ordinances.
!
WARNING: In addition to maintenance of filters and water
chemistry, proper ventilation is recommended to reduce the
risk of exposure to viruses and bacteria that could be present in the air or water. Consult a licensed architect or building
contractor to determine your specific needs if installing your
spa indoors.
5.0 Power Requirements
Sundance® spas are designed to provide optimum performance and flexibility of use when connected to the maximum electrical service listed on
pages 10-12. If you prefer, your dealer can perform a minor circuit board
modification to allow your spa to accept an electrical service other than
the factory setting (turn page for details). Note: Refer to pages 40-45 for
circuit board configuration details or contact your authorized Sundance
dealer.
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5.1 North American 60Hz Power Options
North American Denali/Tacoma 1-Pump Convertible Models (60Hz)
Voltage:
# of Wires:
Frequency:
Current Draw:
Circuit Breaker:
120V/15A*
240V/30A*
240V/40A**
120 VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
3 (15A GFCI Cord -
4 (Hard
4 (Hard
US Models Only*)
Wired Only)
Wired Only)
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
12A
21A
30A
15A, 1-Pole
30A, 2-Pole
40A, 2-Pole
CAUTION (For 4-wire, 240 VAC Heater Operation): Move the red wire on the
main terminal strip (TB1) from position #1 to position #3. Make certain wires
are connected exactly as shown in Figure D (page 15) before applying power.
Failure to do so will result in damage to the circuit board and/or related components and void the manufacturer’s warranty.
*
In the 15A/30A configuration, the heater will not operate at the s ame
time as the high-speed jets pump. The factory setting is 120V/15A.
Note: all Canadian spas must be hard wired (120 VAC or 240 VAC)
per CSA Canadian standards (page 4).
** If the spa is to be operated on 40A service, remove the jumper JP1 #1-2
on the circuit board to allow the heater to operate at the same time as the
high-speed jets pump (page 40).
North American Burlington 1-Pump Models (60Hz)
Voltage:
240V/40A*
240V/50A**
240 VAC
240 VAC
# of Wires:
3
3
Frequency:
60Hz
60Hz
Current Draw:
Circuit Breaker:
*
26A
36A
40A, 2-Pole
50A, 2-Pole
In the 40A configuration, the heater will not operate while the jets pump is
running in high speed.
** In the 50A configuration, the heater will operate while the jets pump is running in high speed. This is the factory setting.
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North American Hartford and Hawthorne 2-Pump Models (60Hz)
Voltage:
240V/40A*
240V/50A**
240V/60A***
240 VAC
240 VAC
240 VAC
# of Wires:
3
3
3
Frequency:
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
26A
36A
45A
40A, 2-Pole
50A, 2-Pole
60A, 2-Pole
Current Draw:
Circuit Breaker:
*
In 40A configuration, the heater will not operate while either jets pump is
running in high speed. Note: pump 2 runs only in high speed.
** In 50A configuration, the heater will not operate while both jets pumps are
running in high speed. Note: pump 2 runs only in high speed. This is
the factory setting.
*** In 60A configuration, the heater will operate while both jets pumps are running in high speed. Note: pump 2 runs only in high speed.
5.2 Export 50Hz Power Options
Export Burlington, Denali and Tacoma 1-Pump Models (50Hz)
Voltage:
230V/20A*
230V/30A**
230 VAC
230 VAC
# of Wires:
3
3
Frequency:
50Hz
50Hz
Current Draw:
15A
21A
Circuit Breaker:
20A
30A
* In the 20A configuration, the heater will not operate while the jets pump
is running in high speed. This is the factory setting.
** In the 30A configuration, the heater will operate while the jets pump is
running in high speed.
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Export Hartford and Hawthorne 2-Pump Models (50Hz)
Voltage:
230V/20A*
230V/30A**
230V/40A***
230 VAC
230 VAC
230 VAC
# of Wires:
3
3
3
Frequency:
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Current Draw:
15A
23A
29A
Circuit Breaker:
20A
30A
40A
*
In the 20A configuration, the heater will not operate while either jets pump
is running in high speed. This is the factory setting.
** In the 30A configuration, the heater will not operate while both jets pumps
are running in high speed.
*** In the 40A configuration, the heater will operate while both jets pumps are
running in high speed.
6.0 Electrical Wiring Instructions
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The electrical wiring of this spa must meet
the requirements of the National Electrical Code/USA (NEC) and any
applicable state or local codes. The electrical circuit must be installed
by a qualified electrician and approved by a local building/electrical
inspection authority.
1. Convertible 120/240V Denali/Tacoma Models Only:
• 120V “Plug-in” Operation: This spa must operate on the supplied
10 foot (3m) 120V GFCI cord at its original length or must be hardwired for longer runs. NEVER USE AN EXTENSION CORD FOR
ANY REASON!
• Convertible 120/240V Heater Operation: The included 120V GFCI
cord must be discarded for 240V heater operation. This spa must be
hard-wired. Supplying power to either configuration above which is
not in accordance with these instructions will void both the independent testing agency listing and the manufacturer’s warranty.
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2. Dedicated 240V Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne Models:
This spa must be permanently connected (hard-wired) to the power
supply. No plug-in connections or extension cords are to be used in
conjunction with the operation of this spa. Supplying power to the
spa which is not in accordance with these instructions will void both
the independent testing agency listing and the manufacturer’s warranty.
3. The power supplied to this spa must be a dedicated circuit with no
other appliances or lights sharing the power provided by the circuit.
4. To determine the current, voltage and wire size required, refer to
Section 5.0 “Power Requirements” (pages 10-12).
• Wire size must be appropriate per NEC and/or local codes.
• We recommend type THHN wire.
• All wiring must be copper to ensure proper connections. Do not use
aluminum wire.
• When using wire larger than #6 (10mm²), add a junction box near the
spa and reduce to short lengths of #8 (8.4mm²) wire to connect to the
spa.
5. The electrical supply for this product must include a suitably rated
switch or circuit breaker to open all ungrounded supply conductors
to comply with Section 422-20 of the National Electrical Code/USA,
ANSI/NFPA 70. The disconnecting means must be readily accessible
to the spa’s occupant but installed at least 5 feet (1.5m) from spa
water.
6. The electrical circuit supplied for the spa must include a suitable
ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) as required by NEC Article
680-42.
7. To gain access to the spa’s power terminal block, remove the screws
securing the cabinet panel on the side of the spa under the control
panel. Then remove the four control box door screws and door (Figure A-B, page 14).
8. Select the power supply inlet you want to use (Figure A, page 14).
Feed power cable to control box, then install it through the large
opening provided in the bottom side of the box.
9. Connect wires, color to color, on terminal blocks TB1 and TB3
(Figures C-F, page 15). TIGHTEN SECURELY! All wires must be
hooked up securely or damage could result.
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10. Install control box door and screws and reinstall the cabinet side
panels.
Figure A
Equipment Area
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Control Box
Power Supply Inlet(s)
2-Speed Pump #1
Heater
Pump Drain Plugs
1-Speed Pump #2
7.
8.
9.
Optional CD Ozonator (Purchased
separately on North American models;
standard equipment on export models
Ozone Injector
Control Panel
Figure B
Control Box
2
TB1
1.
2.
3.
Terminal Block
Bonding Lug
Grounding Terminal
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1
3
Figure D
Figure C
TB1
WHT
RED
1
to Circuit
Board
3
RED
BLK
BLK
BLK
2
BLK
2
RED
RED
3
to Circuit
Board
GRN
GRN
North American Denali/Tacoma Convertible
Models: 120 VAC, 3-Wire Connection (60Hz)
WHT
TB1
1
BLK
BLK
Power In
WHT
Power In
WHT
Move Red
Wire Here
North American Denali/Tacoma Convertible
Models: 120/240 VAC, 4-Wire Connection (60Hz)
CAUTION (For 4-wire 240 VAC Heater Operation): Move the red wire on the main terminal
strip (TB1) from position #1 to position #3. Make certain wires are connected exactly as shown
in Figure D before applying power. Failure to do so will result in damage to the circuit board
and/or related components and void the manufacturer’s warranty.
Figure E
Figure F
1
Power In
BLK
2
Green
TB1
RED
TB1
RED
1
BLK
BLK
to Circuit
Board
TB3
North American Burlington, Hartford
and Hawthorne Models:
240 VAC, 3-Wire Connection (60Hz)
BLUE
BLUE
BROWN
BROWN
Power In
RED
2
Green
to Circuit
Board
TB3
All Export Models:
230 VAC, 3-Wire (50Hz)
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7.0 Spa Fill Up Procedure
FOR BEST RESULTS, read each step in its entirety before
proceeding with that step.
1. Prepare The Spa For Filling
• Clear all debris from the spa. (Although the spa shell has been
polished at the factory, you may want to treat it with a specially
formulated spa cleaner. Consult your authorized Sundance dealer
for additional information prior to filling spa).
• Remove filter/skimmer lid (page 22), then remove filter cartridge
as outlined in Section 11.1 (page 30).
2. Fill Spa
• Place the end of your garden hose into the empty filter bucket
!
•
CAUTION: Never fill with water from a water softener. If your
water is extremely “hard”, it is preferable to fill half-way with
hard water and the rest of the way with softened water. Or,
you may fill entirely with hard water if you use a special water
additive available from your authorized Sundance dealer.
Fill spa with clean tap water from garden hose until water covers all
jets (DO NOT OVERFILL!)
!
IMPORTANT: Always fill your spa through the filter bucket
after draining. Failure to do so may cause air to be trapped
in either pump, preventing the pump from circulating water.
Remove the hose and replace the filter cartridge. Note: DO
NOT overtighten filter cartridge, finger tight only!
3. Turn On Power
Turn on power to spa at the home’s circuit breaker to start boot up
sequence (Section 9.0, page 23). The heater and filter pump will
automatically activate after several seconds. If the control panel LED
flashes water temperature and “COOL” or “ICE” this is normal, refer
to page 37 for additional information.
4. Activate Jets Pumps
Turn on all jet(s) pumps to ensure proper mixing when
adding start-up chemical in step 5.
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1
2
5. Add Start-Up Chemicals
Add the spa water chemicals as recommended by your authorized
Sundance dealer. See Section titled “Water Quality Maintenance”
(page 34) for general guidance.
6. Establish A Stable Sanitizer Reading
Establish a stable sanitizer reading between 3.0-4.0 ppm chlorine
or 2.0-4.0 ppm bromine. To ensure healthy water conditions, always
maintain a constant sanitizer reading within the levels recommended
by the Association of Pool And Spa Professionals/USA printed on the
inside cover of this manual. If sanitizer levels cannot be stabilized,
perform the decontamination procedure steps 9-15 on the following
page. Note: The “decontamination procedure” steps 9-15 should
also be used after the spa has been “Winterized” (Section 11.7, page
33) or has been sitting without power for an extended period.
7. Set Spa To Heat
To warm spa water to a comfortable temperature, follow
these steps:
• The LED display on the control panel displays the actual temperature of the spa water. Press either the COOLER (
) or WARMER (
) button once to display the “set” temperature for 5 seconds. If you want the water to heat to a different temperature, simply
press COOLER or WARMER within 5 seconds. The set temperature
increases or decreases by one degree each time one of these buttons is pressed.
• The heater will turn off when the temperature corresponding to the
thermostat setting is achieved.
Important Heater Details:
• The maximum temperature for which the spa can be set is 104°F
(40°C) and the minimum is 65°F (18°C).
• For North American (60Hz) 2-pump spas powered by a 40 amp
service, jets pump #1 must be set to low speed and jets pump #2
must be turned off to operate the heater.
• For Export (50Hz) 2-pump spas powered by a 20 amp service,
jet pump #1 must be set to low speed and jets pump #2 must be
turned off to operate the heater.
• Setting the thermostat at maximum will not accelerate the heating
process. This will only result in a higher ultimate temperature.
• The heater operates until the water reaches the programmed “set
temperature”, then turns off. The heater will reactivate after the
water cools to approximately 1.5° below the “set temperature.”
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8. Place Cover On Spa
• Keeping the insulating cover in place anytime the spa is not in use
will reduce the time required for heating, thereby minimizing operating costs.
• The time required for initial heat-up will vary depending on the starting water temperature.
!
DANGER: Risk of injury, always check water temperature
carefully before entering spa!
Decontamination Procedure (Steps 9-15)
Steps 9-15 below are only required when sanitizer levels are unstable
after performing steps 1-6 above. Disregard steps 9-15 below if sanitizer
levels remain stable at 3.0-4.0 ppm chlorine or 2.0-4.0 ppm bromine after
performing steps 1-6 above.
9. Add 2.5 ounces of sodium dichlor for every 100 gallons of water.
Refer to the table below for approximate water fill volume by model.
!
CAUTION: Never add chlorine tablets (trichlor) to your
spa for any reason! This chemical may damage components
within your spa and void the manufacturer warranty.
Water Fill Volume by Model
Spa Model...........Approximate Fill Capacity.......... Sodium dichlor
Denali..................220 US Gallons (833 Liters)................... 5.5 oz.
Tacoma................146 US Gallons (553 Liters)................... 4.0 oz.
Burlington............330 US Gallons (1,249 Liters)................ 8.5 oz.
Hartford................340 US Gallons (1,287 Liters)................ 8.5 oz.
Hawthorne...........400 US Gallons (1,514 Liters).............. 10.0 oz.
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Massage Selector
10. Leave spa cover open during this step to allow
excessive chemical vapors to exit spa, protecting
plastic knobs and pillows on Burlington, Hartford
Hawthorne and Tacoma models from chemical attack.
Figure A
If spa is indoors, open doors and windows for proper
ventilation. Turn on all spa jets pumps for one hour, open
all air controls. On Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne
B
(Figure A) and Denali (Figure B) models, place the
Massage Selector or Diverter Jet in their center “combo”
position as shown (right). Note: You will need to press
Figure B
the jets pump button(s) every 20 minutes since these
functions have an automatic 20 minute time-out
Set all air controls
function that turns them off.
to their full open
counterclockwise
position
!
CAUTION: Never leave your spa unattended for any reason
while the cover is open and accessible to small children and
animals!
11. Turn off power to the spa at the circuit breaker, then drain spa as
outlined in Section 11.2 (page 31).
12. Refill spa with clean tap water from garden hose until water covers
all jets (DO NOT OVERFILL!)
!
CAUTION: Never fill with water from a water softener. If your
water is extremely “hard”, it is preferable to fill half-way with
hard water and the rest of the way with softened water. Or,
you may fill entirely with hard water if you use a special water
additive available from your authorized Sundance dealer.
13. Consult your authorized Sundance dealer for chemical recommendations, then add chemicals to spa water to achieve a constant
sanitizer reading within the levels recommended by the Association
of Pool And Spa Professionals/USA printed on the inside cover of
this manual.
14. Turn on all jet pumps when adding chemicals to ensure proper mixing and leave your spa cover open until the sanitizer level falls below
4.0 ppm to protect plastic knobs and pillows from chemical attack.
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!
!
CAUTION: Never leave your spa unattended for any reason
while the cover is open and accessible to small children and
animals.
CAUTION: To prevent the unlikely possibility of contracting
a waterborne illness, maintain water chemistry within step 6
parameters. If you or other bathers experience such a condition, discontinue use and seek medical attention.
15. Establish a sanitizer reading between 3.0-4.0 ppm chlorine or 2.04.0 ppm bromine, then allow the spa to set undisturbed for 8 hours.
Retest water after 8 hours to determine if sanitizer levels are stable.
If sanitizer levels are stable, your spa is ready for use. To ensure
healthy water conditions, always maintain a constant sanitizer reading within the levels recommended by the Association of Pool And
Spa Professionals/USA printed on the inside cover of this manual.
If sanitizer levels are not stable at this time, it will be necessary to
repeat this procedure in its entirety (steps 1-15) until stable sanitizer
readings are achieved.
16. After adequate sanitizer levels are achieved, close all spa air controls
by rotating them clockwise to maximize heat retention when spa is
not in use.
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8.0 Control Functions
8.1 Control Panel
A. LED Display: Can display current water
temperature (default display), water
temperature set point, selected filtration/
heating mode, and error messages.
B. Heat Indicator: Lit when heater is on.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
2 Pump Panel Shown
C. Warmer (
) Button: Increases water temperature set point.
D. Cooler (
) Button: Decreases water temperature set point.
E. Jets 1 Button: Turns jets pump #1 on and off. Press once for low
speed; press a second time for high speed; press a third time to turn
pump off.
F. Jets 2 Button (Hartford and Hawthorne Models): Turns jets pump
#2 on and off. Press once for high speed; press a second time to turn
pump off.
G. Light Button:
• Denali and Tacoma Models: Turns underwater light on in random
mode or in one of six solid colors. Refer to Section 9.3 (page 24) for
details.
• Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne Models with standard Incandescent light system: Turns underwater light on and off. Refer to Section
9.4 (page 24) for details.
• Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne Models with optional LED lighting system: Turns underwater light and top rim accent lights on in
one of three random modes or one of seven solid colors. Refer to
Section 9.5 (page 24) for details.
Operation Details
• Temperature Adjustment: 65 to 104°F (18 to 40°C). Factory default
setting is 100°F (38°C).
•
All lighting systems run for 1 hour then shut off.
•
Jets 1/Jets 2 Button Operation: Jets run for 20 minutes after activated, then turn off automatically to conserve energy. Simply press
either jets button to continue operation for an additional 20 minutes.
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8.2General Spa Features And Controls
12
3
6
3
12
2
2
4
7
8
5
11
4
8
4
9a
10
3
3
2
1
12
12
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7.
8.
2
12
Hartford model illustrated - Jet locations and features
will vary by model. Specifications subject to change without
notice.
Control Panel
Headrest Pillows (4 ea.)
Air Controls (4 ea.)
Cup Holders (6 ea.)
Massage Selector (1 ea.)
Waterfall
Waterfall control valve (1 ea.)
Suction Fittings & Fitlers (Filters
protect massage selector from debris
entrapment/damage. Filters require
periodic cleaning. (2 ea.)
9. Lighting System Options:
• Standard Underwater light system
includes incandescent light (9a).
• Optional LED lighting system includes
LED footwell light (9a) and multiple led
accents lights (9b).
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9b
10. Gravity Drain: Fitting functions as floor
gravity drain, heater return and optional
CD ozone return.
11. Filter lid with four cup holders and two
underlying filter cartridges.
• Spas without the circulation pump option utilize both filter cartridges for jets
pump 1.
• Spas with the circulation pump option
utilize one filter cartridge closest to
waterfall valve (7) for jets pump 1 and
the second cartridge for the 24 hour
circulation pump.
12. Optional audio system speakers (4 ea.)
and AM/FM/CD stereo deck (1 ea.)
located on front spa skirt.
9.0 Operating Instructions
The spa control system has automatic functions that operate upon
start-up and normal operation to protect the system. Upon power up, the
readout displays the following information:
Spa without
Spas
with
Spas
without
Spa
with
1. Control panel displays current software
Circulation
Circulation
Circulation
Circulation
release (e.g. 3.56 or 5.56 depending on spa Pump
Pump Option Pump
PumpOption
Option
model), then;
2. Control panel displays “888” and all indica- 1.
tor LEDs are lit, permitting visual inspection
of all display segments and indicator lights
2.
for proper operation.
3. After the initial start-up sequence ends, the
actual water temperature is displayed. If
3.
water temperature at this time is less then
the factory default temperature setting of
100°F (38°C) and the spa is set to either of the standard filtration/
heating modes (pages 28-29), the heater will turn on and run until the
water temperature rises to the factory setting, then turn off. Note: It is
common for the heater to turn on after the spa is first filled because
tap water is often very cold.
9.1 Setting Water Temperature
The spa’s thermostat provides optimum control of water
temperature. The temperature setpoint (set temperature)
can be adjusted from 65°F to 104°F (18°C to 40°C). To
raise the set temperature, press the WARMER (
) button. To lower
the set temperature, press the COOLER (
) button. Note: The first
press of either button displays the set temperature.
9.2 Activate Pumps
The JETS 1 button activates the jets pump 1. The first
press activates in low speed, the second press activates
high speed, and the third press shuts the pump off. The
JETS 2 button (Hartford and Hawthorne models only)
activates jets pump 2 which only operates in high speed.
When manually activated, both pumps automatically turn
off in 20 minutes.
1
2
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9.3 SunGlow™ Light Operation (Denali and Tacoma Models)
The spa light offers 6 constant color variations and a unique random
mode for enhanced spa enjoyment. Press the LIGHT button once to turn
the spa light on in “Random” mode, then repeatedly press the button to
turn the light off or to select one of 6 constant colors as illustrated below.
Random
OFF
Red
OFF
Green
Off
Teal
OFF
Violet
OFF
OFF
Orange
Blue
OFF
You must press the LIGHT button within 5 seconds between each “off” or
“color” selection to prevent it from resetting. Pressing the button after 5
seconds restarts the sequence in “Random” mode. This mode automatically changes the light color every 8 to 20 seconds. Note: Any time the
spa light is manually turned on, it will automatically turn off after approximately 1 hour. If you desire more light at this time, simply turn the light
back on.
9.4 Standard Light Operation (Burlington, Hartford and
Hawthorne Models)
The light button activates the footwell light in the spa when
pressed. Pressing the button turns the footwell light off. When
manually activated, the footwell light will automatically turn off
after one hour.
9.5 Optional Multi-Colored LED Light System Operation
(Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne Models)
The multi-colored LED spa light offers seven constant color variations
and three unique random modes for enhanced spa enjoyment. Press
the light button once to activate the first light mode “Random Fade”, then
continue pressing the button to either turn the light off or to select one
of seven constant colors, random solid color mode or strobe mode as
illustrated below.
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Press
Once
= RANDOM FADE
= off
Lights display hunderds of colors in 5-6 second intervals.
= NEAR WHITE
= off
= LIGHT BLUE
=off
= VIOLET
=off
= DARK BLUE
= off
= LIME GREEN
Light Operation Tips:
You must press the light button within 3
seconds of any “off” condition or the light
sequence will revert back to “Random
Fade” mode, when reactivated.
Any time the spa light is manually activated, it will remain on for 1 hour then
automatically shut off.
= off
= DARK GREEN
= off
= RED
= off
= RANDOM SOLID
= off
Lights display different solid color every 5-6 seconds
= STROBE
= off
Lights flash “strobe” in white color
9.6 Adjusting Individual Jet Flow
The water flow through individual jets in your spa can be
adjusted or turned off by rotating the outside jet ring. Many
jets also offer an adjustable center nozzle that allows you to
change the water discharge angle. Simply tilt the center
nozzle in these jets to the desired angle to customize your
personal massage. Note: Always keep at least 6 adjustable
jets open at all times to ensure proper filtration characteristics within spa.
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9.7 Selecting Desired Massage Action
All models (except Tacoma) incorporate a massage selector
valve or Diverter Jet that allows you to customize the
massage and performance by diverting water between
various jet systems within the spa. Simply turn valve to
positions A, B or C to divert water pressure to various jet
groups. Note: The valve is intended to operate in positions
A (Combo), B, or C for optimum performance. It is considered normal for sound levels within the valve to increase
between these positions due to the large amounts of water
flowing through it! For optimum filtration benefits, always
leave this valve in position A when the spa is covered and
select positions B or C for maximum jet performance during
spa use.
C
B
A
Burlington, Hartford
and Hawthorne models
A
B
C
Denali model
9.8 Air Controls
Certain jet systems have their own air control. Each control
Hartford
introduces air into the water lines that supply that specific jet Burlington,
and Hawthorne models
group. Simply turn the air control selection to open or close.
To minimize heat loss, all air controls should be closed when
the spa is not in use.
Denali model
9.9 Optional Audio System
Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne models equipped
with the optional audio system offer enhanced spa
enjoyment. These models include a high-quality AM/FM/CD
stereo receiver with four high-quality marine speakers for
unsurpassed sound quality and long-life. Refer to Section
21.0 (page 46) for complete stereo operation details.
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10.0Automatic Filtration Cycles
The control system activates a programmable “standard” or “economy”
filtration cycle to remove debris from your spa. These cycles use the low
speed pump, skimmer basket, and filter cartridge quickly clear “skim” the
water of debris and minimize their “bathtub ring” affect. Apart from their
filtration benefit, each mode also effects the operation of your spa’s heater.
Refer to Sections 10.1-10.3 below for additional information.
10.1 Standard Filtration/Heating Modes For Models Without
Circulation Pump Option
Standard filtration/heating modes (F1-F3) are typically selected by customers in cold climates where heat up times are extended due to lower
ambient temperatures. In either of these modes, the water temperature
is regulated by the set temperature, low-speed jets pump 1 and heater
which turns on as needed. After the programmed set temperature is
reached, the heater and low speed pump turn off, only to turn back on
during a heat call or during the next programmed filtration/heating cycle.
10.2 Standard Filtration/Heating Modes For Models With Circulation
Pump Option
Standard filtration/heating modes (F0-F3) are typically selected by customers in cold climates where heat up times are extended due to lower
ambient temperatures. In either of these modes, the water temperature
is regulated by the set temperature, 24 hour circulation pump and heater
which turns on as needed. After the programmed set temperature is
reached, the heater turns off and the circulation pump continues to operate 24 hours to filter and clean your spa.
10.3 Economy Filtration/Heating Modes (F4-F6)
Economy filtration/heating modes are typically selected by customers in
warm climates where heat up times are minimized due to higher ambient
temperatures. In these modes, the water temperature is regulated by the
set temperature, low-speed pump, optional circulating pump and heater
only while a programmed filtration/heating cycle is running. Note: These
modes consume less energy than standard modes F1 - F3 outlined
above.
10.4 Lock Modes (L1-L2)
These modes are designed for use during spa service or to prevent unauthorized use.
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10.5 Selecting The Filtration/Heating Mode
Press and hold both control panel WARMER (
) and
COOLER (
) buttons at the same time, then release.
Then press either WARMER (
) or COOLER (
) button to
select filtration/heating mode F1-F6 or lock modes L1-L2 on the following pages.
10.6 Filtration Modes for Spas Without Circulation Pump Option
If your spa is equipped with the circulation pump option, disregard this
section and refer to page 29 for filter cycle programming details.
Standard Filtration/Heating Modes (F1-F3)
F1 4 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 2-hour cycle every
12 hours).
F2 6 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 2-hour cycle every
8 hours).
F3 8 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 2-hour cycle every
6 hours).
Economy Filtration/Heating Modes (F4-F6)
F4 4 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 2-hour cycle every
12 hours).
F5 6 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 2-hour cycle every
8 hours).
F6 8 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 2-hour cycle every
6 hours).
Lock Modes (L1-L2)
L1 Lock Out (disables all spa functions to permit filter cleaning).
L2 Lock Mode (disables the jets and light buttons to prevent
unauthorized use of spa). Filtration/heating cycle will
continue to operate as programmed in this mode. The
temperature display flashes when this function is enable.
Example: the “F3” filtration/heating cycle was enabled prior to choosing lock mode. The spa continues to perform the “F3” cycle until lock
mode is canceled, allowing another cycle to be selected.
Filter Cycle Setup Example
To set a time for the first filtration/heating cycle, simply turn power on to
the spa two minutes prior to the desired time. EXAMPLE: If you desire
your first filtration/heating cycle to begin at 10:00 AM turn off power to
the spa and turn it back on again at 9:58 AM. Note: Start time is approximate and may vary slightly from day to day.
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10.7 Filtration Modes for Spas With Circulation Pump Option
If your spa is not equipped with the circulation pump option, disregard
this section and refer to page 28 for filter cycle programming details.
Standard Filtration/Heating Modes (F0-F3)
(Heater automatically turns on during any heat call while in
any Standard mode).
F0 5 minutes of filtration per day (one 5 minute “Blow-Out”
cycle every 24 hours to purge all plumbing lines)
F1 1 hour of filtration per day (one 30-minute cycle every
twelve hours); this is the factory default setting.
F2 1.5 hours of filtration per day (one 30-minute cycle every
eight hours).
F3 2 hours of filtration per day (one 30-minute cycle every
six hours).
Economy Filtration/Heating Modes (F4-F6)
(Heater can only turn on during an active filter cycle while in
any economy mode).
F4 1 hour of filtration/heating per day (one 30-minute cycle
every twelve hours).
F5 1.5 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 30-minute
cycle every eight hours).
F6 2 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 30-minute cycle
every six hours).
Lock Modes (L1-L2)
L1 Lock Out (disables all spa functions to permit filter
cleaning).
L2 Lock Mode (disables the jets and light buttons to prevent
unauthorized use of spa). Filtration/heating cycle will
continue to operate as programmed in this mode. The
temperature display flashes when this function is enable.
Example: the “F3” filtration/heating cycle was enabled prior to choosing lock mode. The spa continues to perform the “F3” cycle until lock
mode is canceled, allowing another cycle to be selected.
Filter Cycle Setup Example
To set a time for the first filtration/heating cycle, simply turn power on to
the spa two minutes prior to the desired time. EXAMPLE: If you desire
your first filtration/heating cycle to begin at 10:00 AM turn off power to
the spa and turn it back on again at 9:58 AM. Note: Start time is approximate and may vary slightly from day to day.
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11.0Spa Maintenance
Proper and regular maintenance of your spa will help it retain its beauty
and performance. Your authorized Sundance dealer can supply you with
all the information, supplies, and accessory products you will need to accomplish this.
!
WARNING: Risk of Injury. The suction fittings in this spa are
sized to match the specific water flow created by the pump. If
it is necessary to replace the suction fittings or the pump, be
sure that the flow rates are compatible. Because of the risk of
injury,
• Never operate or use the spa if the filter, filter lid, or skimmer assembly are broken or any part of the skimmer assembly is missing. Please contact your dealer or nearest
service center for service.
• Never replace a suction fitting with one rated less than the
flow rate marked on the original suction fitting.
11.1 Cleaning The Filter
A. Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne
Models:
Your spa is equipped with two filter cartridges
which are utilized as follows:
• Models equipped with the optional 24
hour circulation pump use cartridge 1 for
the circulation pump and cartridge 2 for
jets pump 1.
• Spas not equipped with the optional 24
hour circulation pump use both filter cartridges for jets pump 1.
To Remove:
Turn
CounterClockwise
To Install:
Turn
Clockwise
Cartridge 2
Cartridge 1
Spa Filter Bay
During spa use or an automatic filter cycle, water flows through the spa
skimmer and into both polyester mesh filter cartridges to trap suspended
particles and oils on their surface pleats. To ensure optimum performance, it is necessary to remove and clean both filter cartridges once a
month or sooner depending on spa use and water quality.
B. Denali and Tacoma Models:
Your Sundance spa is equipped with a skimmer basket and filter cartridge located in the skimmer/filter well. Filtering is accomplished when
the pump turns on in low speed to initiate water flow through the skimmer
basket and polyester mesh filter cartridge. As this happens, suspended
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particles become trapped on the filter’s surface To ensure optimum performance, it is necessary to remove and clean the skimmer basket once
a week and filter cartridge once a month or sooner, depending on usage
and water quality.
C.
1.
2.
3.
Cleaning Procedure (for All Models):
Turn off power to the spa at the home’s breaker panel or select
the L1 “Lock” mode (page 27) to disable all spa functions.
Remove the filter strainer lid assembly.
Remove the filter cartridge by rotating it counterclockwise to unthread it from the filter wall fitting, then lift it straight up to remove
from filter well.
4. Using a garden hose with a high-pressure nozzle to rinse debris
from the filter pleats beginning at the top and working your way
downward. Continue, one section at a time, until you have rinsed all of
the filter’s pleats.
Periodically, the filter cartridge will need a more thorough cleaning to
remove imbedded oils and minerals. For this, we suggest cleaning as
above and then soaking the cartridge overnight in a plastic container
filled with a solution of water and a specially formulated filter cleanser
available from your authorized Sundance dealer. The average life expectancy of a Sundance filter cartridge is approximately two years with
proper care and water quality maintenance. A replacement cartridge
may be purchased from your dealer.
All models include filters on their footwells suction covers (shown
right) that prevent deris from entering pumps and the massage
selector(s), when operating. These filters must remain in place to
protect these components from debris entrapment/damage. They
should be cleaned every 2 months, or when weak pump performance is observed.
11.2 Draining and Refilling
About every 3 months, you will want to replace the spa’s water. The frequency depends on a number of variables including the amount of use,
attention paid to water quality maintenance, etc. You will know it is time
for a change when you cannot control sudsing and/or you can no longer
get the normal feel or sparkle to the water even though the key water
balance measurements are all within the proper parameters.
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!
!
WARNING! READ THIS BEFORE DRAINING: To prevent
damage to the spa’s components, turn off power to the spa
at the circuit breaker before draining it. Do not turn the
power back on until your spa has been refilled.
CAUTION: There are certain precautions to keep in mind
when draining your spa. If it is extremely cold, and the spa is
outdoors, freezing could occur in the lines or the equipment
(see “WINTERIZING”, page 33). On the other hand, if it is hot
outdoors, do not leave the spa’s surface exposed to direct
sunlight.
To drain your spa, perform the following steps:
1. Turn off power to spa at breaker.
2. Locate and remove the synthetic cabinet door
screws and door. The door is located directly
below the control panel and is easily identified
by it’s vertical cooling slots.
3. Locate drain hose line attached to 2 x 4 wood
slat (Figure A) with tie wraps.
4. Cut tie wraps and pull drain hose from equipment area (Figure B).
5. Hold drain hose above water line (Figure B),
then unthread drain cap (1) from hose using
a counterclockwise rotation. Place hose on
ground making sure to direct water away from
spa.
6. Turn valve (2) counterclockwise to open drain
(Figure C).
7. After spa has completely drained, reinstall
drain cap on drain valve finger tight! DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN! Close valve by turning clockwise to off position.
8. Place drain hose back inside the spa equipment bay.
9. Reinstall synthetic cabinet door and screws.
10. After refilling spa, turn on power and
follow the “Spa Fill Up Procedure” (page 16).
Figure A
2
1
Figure B
Figure C
11.3 Pillow Care (All Models Except Denali)
Remove and clean the headrest pillows as needed with soapy water
using a cloth or soft-bristle brush. To maintain water resistance and
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luster, apply a quality vinyl conditioner once a month. Always remove the
pillows when adding chemical shock treatment to the spa water. The pillows can be returned to the spa when the sanitizer reading drops below
4 ppm.
11.4 Cleaning The Spa Interior
To preserve the sheen of your spa’s surface, it is crucial that you avoid
using abrasive cleaners or cleaners which have adverse chemical effect
on the surface. If you are not certain as to the suitability of a particular
cleanser, consult your authorized Sundance dealer. Regardless of the
cleanser used, use extreme care to assure that no soap residue is left
on the surface. This could cause severe sudsing when the spa is refilled.
11.5 Maintaining The Cover
Using the Sundance insulating spa cover anytime the spa is not in use
will significantly reduce your operating costs, heat-up time and maintenance requirements. To prolong the life of the cover, handle it with care
and clean it regularly using mild soap and water. Periodic treatments
with a special conditioner developed for Sundance spa covers will help
protect against deterioration caused by UV rays from the sun. Note:
Never allow anyone to stand or sit on the cover, and avoid dragging it
across rough surfaces.
11.6 Maintaining The Synthetic Cabinet
Your new spa’s synthetic cabinet requires little or no maintenance of
any kind. To clean, simply wipe cabinet with a clean towel and mild soap
solution.
!
CAUTION: Never spray cabinet with a garden hose for any
reason since this action may induce an electrical short in the
spa’s electrical equipment.
11.7 Winterizing
Your Sundance® spa is designed to automatically protect itself against
freezing when operating properly. During periods of severe freezing
temperatures, you should check periodically to be certain that the electrical supply to the spa has not been interrupted. In extreme, bitter cold
weather less than -20°F (-29°C), choose the F3 “Standard” filtration/
heating mode to prevent freezing (pages 28-29).
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If you do not intend to use your spa, or if there is a prolonged power
outage during periods of severe freezing temperatures, it is important
that all water be removed from the spa and equipment to protect against
damage from freezing. For expert winterization of your spa, contact
your authorized Sundance dealer. In emergency situations, damage
can be minimized by taking the following steps:
1. Follow the directions on pages 31-32 for draining the spa.
2. As the water level drops below the seats, use whatever means necessary to get the water out of the recessed seating areas and into
the footwell.
3. When the water level ceases to drop, use whatever means available
to remove any remaining water from the footwell.
4. Turn off power to the spa.
5. Remove the equipment-side cabinet panel and locate the drain
plugs in the front of the pump(s) (Figure A, page 14). Remove these
plugs to allow the water to drain out of the pumps and heater. Note:
Approximately one to two gallons will be released during this procedure. Use a wet/dry vacuum or other means to keep this from flooding the equipment compartment. Replace the pump drain plugs.
6. Re-install cabinet side panels and cover spa so that no casual moisture can enter into it.
Consult your authorized Sundance dealer if you have any questions
regarding winter use or winterizing.
11.8 Restarting Your Spa in Cold Weather
If you want to start up your spa after it has sat empty for a time in
freezing temperatures, be aware that the water remaining in certain
sections of the piping may still be frozen. This situation will block water
flow preventing the spa from operating properly and possibly damaging
the equipment. We recommend you consult your authorized Sundance
dealer for guidance before attempting to re-start your spa under these
conditions.
12.0Water Quality Maintenance
Maintaining the quality of the water within specified limits will serve to
enhance your enjoyment and prolong the life of the spa’s equipment. It
is a fairly simple task, but it requires regular attention because the water
chemistry involved is a balance of several factors. There is no simple
formula, and there is no avoiding it. A careless attitude in regard to water
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maintenance will result in poor and potentially unhealthful conditions for
soaking and even damage to your spa. For specific guidance on maintaining water quality, consult your authorized Sundance dealer who can
recommend appropriate chemical products for sanitizing and maintaining
your spa.
!
CAUTION: Never store spa chemicals inside the spa’s equipment bay.
12.1 pH Control
pH is a measure of relative acidity or alkalinity of water and is measured
on a scale of 0 to 14. The midpoint of 7 is said to be neutral, above which
is alkaline and below which is acidic. In spa water, it is very important to
maintain a slightly alkaline condition of 7.4 to 7.6 pH. Problems become
proportionately severe the further outside of this range the water gets.
A low pH will be corrosive to metals in the spa equipment. A high pH will
cause minerals to deposit on the interior surface (scaling). In addition,
the ability of the sanitation agents to keep the spa clean is severely affected as the pH moves beyond the ideal range. That is why almost all
spa water test kits contain a measure for pH as well as sanitizer.
12.2 Sanitizing
To destroy bacteria and organic compounds in the spa water, a sanitizer
must be used regularly. Chlorine and bromine are the two most popular
sanitizers used to date. Many other additives are available for your spa.
Some are necessary to compensate for out-of-balance water, some aid
in cosmetic water treatment and others simply alter the feel or smell of
the water. Your authorized Sundance dealer can advise you on the use of
these additives.
!
CAUTION: Do not use chlorine tablets (trichlor) in your spa.
This chemical can have an extremely corrosive effect on
certain materials in the spa. Damage caused by use of this
chemical, or improper use of any chemicals, is not covered
under the spa’s warranty.
12.3 CD Ozone Water Maintenance System
This system is optional on North American models and standard equipment on export 50Hz spa models. If your spa is equipped with the
optional Sundance CD Ozone water purification system you will find that
your water stays fresh and clear with significantly less chemical sanitizer
usage. You will also probably be able to go longer between complete spa
drainings.
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13.0Error Conditions/Error Messages
Your spa has a self-diagnostic control system. The system will automatically display the following if a problem is detected.
13.1 Summer Logic (Spas With Circulation Pump
Option)
When the actual spa water temperature reaches up to 2
°F (1 °C) above the set temperature, the spa goes into
“summer logic.” The 24 hour circulation pump will turn off
automatically to avoid adding additional heat to the water,
eventually creating an overheat condition. This setting is not user-programmable.
Note: The summer logic does not take effect until the spa water temperature reaches 95°F (35°C). This condition is more likely in excessively hot
weather. Remember, the spa’s ability to cool is directly affected by the
ambient temperature. An excessively hot ambient temperature may prevent the spa from cooling down because it’s fully insulated construction is
designed to retain heat and to minimize operating costs.
13.2 Panel displays SN1
Open sensor (heater is disabled) or shorted sensor (spa is deactivated). The high-limit temperature sensor is not functioning.
Your authorized Sundance dealer must repair this.
13.3 Panel displays SN2
Open or shorted sensor (heater disabled). The temperature
sensor is not functioning. Your authorized Sundance dealer
must repair this.
13.4 Panel Flashes FL1 or FL2 (Spas Without Circulation
Pump Option)
A flashing “FL1” display means the pressure switch is not
closed when the jets pump 1 is activated. Proper waterflow is
inhibited or the pressure switch has malfunctioned. A flashing
“FL2” display means the pressure switch is manfunctioning
closed. In either case, the heater is deactivated. To correct condition,
perform to the following:
1. Verify water level is one inch below lowest pillow. Add water if necessary.
2. Check for clogged or excessively dirty filter cartridges (Section 11.1,
page 30).
3. Purge “air lock” from jets pump 1 by loosening the upper pump head
drain screw (Figure A, page 14) for a few seconds to release trapped
air, then retighten drain screw. FINGER TIGHT ONLY!
4. If problem persists, contact your authorized Sundance dealer.
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13.5 Panel Flashes FL1 or FL2 (Spas With Circulation
Pump Option)
A flashing “FL1” display means the flow switch is malfunctioning
open, the circulation pump filter cartridge 1 is excessively dirty
or an “air lock” condition has occurred at the circulation pump
intake. A flashing “FL2” display means the flow switch is malfunctioning closed. In either case, the spa heater will deactivate
and jets pump #1 may also deactivate. To correct condition
perform the following:
1. Verify water level is 1” below lowest pillow. Add water if necessary.
2. Check for clogged or excessively dirty filter cartridges (Section 11.1,
page 30)
3. Purge “air lock” from circulation pump intake by removing filter cartridge 1 (page 30). Hold your garden hose over the filter cartridge 1
wall fitting (with grate) while using a rag as a seal around hose end.
Ask a helper to turn on water for 30 seconds, then turn off. Reinstall
filter cartridge 1 and check spa (Section 11.1, page 30).
4. If problem persists, contact your authorized Sundance dealer.
13.6 Panel displays COL
Cool Condition - Temperature has dropped 20°F (11°C) below
the current set temperature. The pump and heater have been
activated to bring the temperature to within 15°F (8°C) of the set
temperature. No corrective action is required. Note: During cold periods, you may consider increasing the number of filtration cycles (pages
28-29).
13.7 Panel Displays ICE
Freeze Protection - A potential freeze condition has been detected. No action is required. The pump and heater will operate
to circulate and warm water through the plumbing spa is out of
danger. See “Winterizing” Section 11.7 for details (page 33).
13.8 Panel Displays OH
Water temperature is above acceptable limits. Do not enter spa!
Water temperature has reached 112°F (44°C) and the low speed
pump has activated to circulate water through heater.
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13.9 Panel displays - - The safety “Watchdog” software has been triggered and the
spa is deactivated. A problem has been detected which could
cause damage to the spa or its components. Contact your
authorized Sundace dealer.
14.0Troubleshooting Procedures
In the event your spa is not working the way it should, please first review
all the installation and operating instructions in this manual and check
the message on the panel display. If you are still not satisfied it is working properly, please follow the appropriate troubleshooting instructions
below. Note: If any of the supply cords to the accessories are damaged,
they must be replaced by authorized service personnel.
14.1 None of the Components Operate (e.g. Pump, Light)
Check the following when none of the spa components operate
(e.g. jets pumps or light):
1. Is there power to the spa?
2. Is the household circuit breaker tripped?
3. Call your authorized dealer.
14.2 Pump Does Not Operate but Light Does
Press the JETS 1 Button:
1. If no water movement is detected, make sure power is going to the
spa and check the water level. If it does not solve the problem, contact your authorized Sundance dealer.
2. The main pump operates but no water flows to jets. Pump may not
be properly primed. This can happen after the spa is drained and refilled. Press the JETS 1 button several times, never leaving the motor
on for more than 5 to 10 seconds at a time. Turn power off and let
the air out removing the filter cartridge. Refer to Section 11.1 (page
30). Make certain you reinstall the filter cartridge before turning on
spa power and restarting the jets pump.
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14.3 Poor Jet Action
1. Press the JETS 1 button to make certain the pump #1 is on.
2. Open all air control to the “on” position.
3. Check for dirty filter. Clean, if necessary.
4. Make sure jets are all the way open.
14.4 Water is Too Hot
Reduce thermostat setting.
14.5 No Heat
1. Check thermostat setting.
2. Keep the spa cover in place while heating.
3. Check the settings to see if your spa is in economy filtration/heating
mode (pages 28-29).
Should checking the above steps fail to correct the problem, please call
your dealer so that they may arrange service.
We build the best spas in the industry. Nonetheless, we are always
striving to improve the quality and features of our products. Your input as
a Sundance spa owner is a cherished part of this process. If you have
any comments or suggestions, or if you wish to be informed on any new
products for your spa, please write to us.
CONGRATULATIONS on your good taste and welcome to the happiest
and most relaxed family in the world!
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15.0North American Denali/Tacoma Convertible Circuit
Diagram (60Hz)
This wiring diagram is used for all North American Denali/Tacoma
120/240 VAC (60Hz) convertible power models.
J1 Logic Jumper Settings (Factory Defaults Shown)
JP1 1-2 ON = 30A Logic (4-wire 120/240 VAC operation only)
JP1 1-2 OFF = 40A Logic (4-wire 120/240 VAC operation only)
JP1 7-8 ON = °C Temperature Display
JP1 7-8 OFF = °F Temperature Display
J20
J21
8
6
4
2
Spa Light
Optional
Ozonator
O3
Control
Panel
J1
Temperature Sensor
7
5
3
1
J2
BLK J12
J3
J14
Hi-limit/Freeze Sensor
Pressure Switch
Transformer
120 VAC
BLK J16
WHT
F1
J11
WHT
J15
J13
GROUND
Plug-in
GFCI
Cord (US
Models
Only) OR
Hard
Wire
F1
20A
250V
SC-20
K5
WHT
J17
Main Pump
BLK
WHT
LO
HI
TB1
1
BLK
2
J7
J8
RED BLK
RED
Heater OUT
J9
J10
RED BLK
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference.
2. This device must accept any inteference
received including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
THERM
SWITCH
Heater
1.0 kW @ 120 VAC (3-wire connection)
4.0 kW @ 240 VAC (4-wire connection)
WHT
WHT
K8
Heater IN
J6
BLK
GRN
K7
J5
RED*
BLK
Standard 3-Wire 120 VAC Connection (60 Hz, 1 Phase, 15A Service)
Use copper conductors ONLY. Wire size must be appropriate per NEC and/or local codes.
3
WARNING, ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD EXISTS! Always remove power to spa before wiring
and/or configuring the circuit board
GROUND
Hard
Wire
Only
Optional 4-Wire 240/120 VAC Convertible Heater Connection
GRN
1
BLK
2
RED
3
RED*
BLK
2. Move RED* wire from TB1 position #1 to TB1 position #3 as shown below.
Mo
ve
W
ire
TB1 WHT
WHT
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1. Remove and discard the factory installed GFCI Cord.
To circuit board
RED*
Mov
e Wire
3. Permanently connect to the power supply. Use copper conductors ONLY.
Wire size must be appropriate per NEC and/or local codes.
4. If hot tub is to be operated on 30A service, make sure the jumper provided
at location JP1 #1&2 on the circuit board is installed. If hot tub is to be
operated on 40A service, remove the jumper JP1 #1&2 on the circuit board.
Circuit Board
diagram
shown with
circulation
pump option.
OR
Pump 1
HI
LO
Circ.
Pump
O3
C
Ozonator (optional)
Standard
Footwell
Light
Optional
LED Lighting
System DCU
RED
BLK
WHT
BLK
WHT
BLK
WHT
WHT
BLK
WHT
BLK
GRN
1
K6
K5
K4
K3
K2
K1
2
F1
J4
Transformer
240 VAC
RED
J7
7
BLK
K7
J8
6
8
6
4
2
K8
BLK
J10
4
J3
7
5
3
1
JP1
J2
RED
J9
2
J1
Pressure switch
Hi - limit / freeze sensor
Temperature sensor
Not Used
Not Used
40A Logic
Heater
5.5 kW
240 VAC
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference.
2. This device must accept any inteference
received including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Standard 240 VAC, 3-Wire Connection (60Hz, 1-Phase Service)
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. WIRE SIZE MUST
BE APPROPRIATE PER NEC AND/OR LOCAL CODES
F1
30A, 250V
SC-30
BLK
J5
RED BLK
TB1
RED
J6
J19
J18
J17
J16
J15
J14
J13
J12
J11
J21
J20
Control Panel
16.0North American Burlington Models (60Hz)
This wiring diagram is used for all North American Burlington models with
or without the circulation pump option.
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Circuit Board
diagram
shown with
circulation
pump option.
OR
Pump 2
Pump 1
HI
HI
LO
Circ.
Pump
O3
C
Ozonator (optional)
Standard
Footwell
Light
Optional
LED Lighting
System DCU
BLK
WHT
RED
BLK
WHT
BLK
WHT
BLK
WHT
WHT
BLK
WHT
BLK
GRN
1
K6
K5
K4
K3
K2
K1
2
RED
Power Supply
F1
J4
Transformer
240 VAC
J7
7
J8
6
Optional
Stereo
BLK
K7
8
6
4
2
K8
BLK
J10
4
J3
7
5
3
1
JP1
J2
RED
J9
2
J1
40A
Flow switch
Hi - limit / freeze sensor
Temperature sensor
40A Logic
Heater
5.5 kW
240 VAC
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference.
2. This device must accept any inteference
received including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Standard 240 VAC, 3-Wire Connection (60Hz, 1-Phase Service)
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. WIRE SIZE MUST
BE APPROPRIATE PER NEC AND/OR LOCAL CODES
F1
30A, 250V
SC-30
BLK
J5
RED BLK
TB1
RED
J6
J19
J18
J17
J16
J15
J14
J13
J12
J11
J21
J20
Control Panel
17.0North American Hartford and Hawthorne Models
(60Hz)
This wiring diagram is used for all North American Hartford and Hawthorne with or without the circulation pump option.
Hard
Wire
Only
BRN
1
BRN
BLU
BLU
BLU
BRN
2 BRN
TB1
F1
20A
250V
SC-20
Standard
Ozonator
J20
BLU
J8
BRN
J7
Heater IN
K7
J3
J2
J9
J10
Heater OUT
K8
THERM
SWITCH
BLU BRN
7
5
3
1
J1
Heater
2.7kW @ 230 VAC
Transformer
230 VAC
Pressure Switch
Hi-limit/Freeze Sensor
Temperature Sensor
Use copper conductors ONLY. Wire size must be appropriate per NEC and/or
local codes.
Main Pump BLK
BLU
HI
J17
K5
8
6
4
2
Control
Panel
Standard 3-Wire 230 VAC Connection (50 Hz, 1 Phase Service)
BRN
LO
F1*
J5
J13
BRN
J6
J15
J11
J16
J14
BLK J12
Spa Light
BLU
GRN
O3
GROUND
J21
J1 Logic Jumper Settings
JP1 1-2 ON = 20A Logic (Factory Setting)
JP1 1-2 OFF = 30A Logic
JP1 7-8 ON = °C Temperature Display (Factory Setting)
JP1 7-8 OFF = °F Temperature Display
18.0Export Denali/Tacoma Circuit Diagram (50Hz)
This wiring diagram is used for all Export Denali/Tacoma models.
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Circuit Board
diagram
shown with
circulation
pump option.
OR
Pump 1
HI
LO
Circ.
Pump
O3
C
Ozonator (standard)
Standard
Footwell
Light
Optional
LED Lighting
System DCU
BLK
BRN
BLU
BLK
WHT
BRN
BLU
WHT
BLK
WHT
BLK
GRN
1
TB1
BLU
J6
J19
J18
J17
J16
J15
J14
J13
J12
J11
J21
J20
2
F1
J4
Transformer
240 vac
BLU
J7
7
J8
6
BRN
K7
K8
BRN
J10
4
J3
7
5
3
1
JP1
8
6
4
2
J2
BLU
J9
2
J1
230 VAC 3-Wire Connection (50Hz, 1-Phase Service)
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. WIRE SIZE MUST BE
APPROPRIATE PER NEC AND/OR LOCAL CODES
F1
20A, 250V
SC-20
BRN
J5
BLU BRN
K6
K5
K4
K3
K2
K1
Control Panel
Heater
2.7 kW @
230 VAC
Pressure switch
Hi - limit / freeze sensor
Temperature sensor
Not Used
Not Used
19.0Export Burlington Circuit Diagram (50Hz)
This wiring diagram is used for all Export Burlington models with or without the circulation pump option.
Circuit Board
diagram
shown with
circulation
pump option.
OR
Pump 2
Pump 1
HI
HI
LO
Circ.
Pump
O3
C
Ozonator (standard)
Standard
Footwell
Light
Optional
LED Lighting
System DCU
BLU
BRN
BLU
BRN
BLU
BRN
BLU
BLK
BRN
WHT
BLK
WHT
BLK
GRN
1
K6
K5
K4
K3
K2
K1
2
BLU
Power Supply
F1
J4
Transformer
240 vac
J7
7
J8
6
STEREO
(Optional)
BRN
K7
K8
BRN
J10
4
J3
7
5
3
1
JP1
8
6
4
2
J2
BLU
J9
2
J1
230 VAC 3-Wire Connection (50Hz, 1-Phase Service)
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. WIRE SIZE MUST BE
APPROPRIATE PER NEC AND/OR LOCAL CODES
F1
20A, 250V
SC-20
BRN
J5
BLU BRN
TB1
BLU
J6
J19
J18
J17
J16
J15
J14
J13
J12
J11
J21
J20
Control Panel
Heater
2.7 kW @
230 VAC
Temperature sensor
Flow switch
Hi - limit / freeze sensor
20.0Export Hartford and Hawthorne Circuit Diagram
(50Hz)
This wiring diagram is used for all Export Hartford and Hawthorne models with or without the circulation pump option.
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21.0Optional SunSound Stereo Receiver Functions
(Burlington, Hartford and Hawthorne Models Only)
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To start enjoying your new Sundance SunSound Stereo Receiver, please
read the following operation instructions in their entirety.
1. Power Button: Press PWR (Power) to turn deck on or off.
2. Equalization Button: Repeatedly press EQ/LD to choose from DSP
Off, Jazz, Pop, Classic, Rock or Vocal equalization options. Press
and hold EQ/LD for 2 seconds to enable or disable the “LOUD” function.
3. Mute Button: Press Mute to mute audio output. Press again to return to previous volume level.
4. Open Button: Press Open to flip down the front access panel for CD
access. Gently insert CD into slot (DO NOT FORCE!) Make sure
to close the front panel to prevent damage to the unit. Note: never
insert a wet or moist CD since it may damage the mechanism and
void the manufacturer warranty.
5. A/PS Button: Press A/PS to scan station presets. The tuner will
scan up, wait for a few seconds, then continue. Once a desired station is found, press A/PS a second time to cancel scan. To automatically scan and store station presets, simply press and hold A/PS for
several seconds, then release.
6. DISP Button: Press DISP to switch between clock and station
frequency. When selected, the clock will display for 5 seconds then
automatically revert back to station frequency.
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7. Source Button: Press Source to change input from audio or CD
mode to auxiliary mode. Press a second time to switch back.
8. Volume Buttons: Press + (Volume Up) or - (Volume Down) to increase or decrease volume level.
9. SEL Button: Press SEL to choose control function:
1) Bass
2) Treble
3) Balance
4) Fader
5) Volume
To adjust selection, press + (Volume Up) or - (Volume Down). Bass
control: Adjusts the amount of low frequency. Treble control: Adjusts
the amount of high frequency. Balance control adjusts the amount
of sound output to the left and right speakers. Fader control adjusts
the amount of sound output. You can decrease the sound level of the
rear speakers by pressing + (Volume Up). To decrease the sound
level of the front speakers press - (Volume Down). Note: Bass and
Treble settings are available only if EQ is set to DSP Off.
10. Preset 1/Pause Play Button: In tuner mode, any station can be
stored as preset 1 by pressing and holding this button for 2 seconds.
To recall the station preset, simply press and release this button. In
CD mode pressing this button will pause or play the CD.
11. Preset 2/INT Button: In tuner mode, any station can be stored as
preset 2 by simply pressing and holding this button for 2 seconds.
To recall the station preset, simply press and release this button. In
CD mode pressing this button will preview each song on the disc for
about 10 seconds. Simply press again to turn off this feature.
12. Preset 3/RPT Button: In tuner mode, any station can be stored
as preset 3 by simply pressing and holding this button for several
seconds. To recall the station preset, simply press and release this
button. In CD mode pressing this button will play a song repeatedly.
Press again to turn off this feature.
13. Preset 4/RDM Button: In tuner mode, any station can be stored
as preset 4 by simply pressing and holding this button for several
seconds. To recall the station preset, simply press and release this
button. In CD mode press this button to randomly play song tracks.
Press again to turn off this feature.
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14. Preset 5/DN Button: In tuner mode, any station can be stored
as preset 5 by simply pressing and holding this button for several
seconds. To recall the station preset, simply press and release this
button. In CD mode this button will browse the folders on CD-R and
CD-RW disks.
15. Preset 6/UP Button: In tuner mode, any station can be stored
as preset 6 by simply pressing and holding this button for several
seconds. To recall the station preset, simply press and release this
button. In CD mode this button will browse the folders on CD-R and
CD-RW disks.
16. BND Button: Press BND to select one of the following frequency
bands: FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, AM2 and WB (weather band).
17. Tuning UP/DOWN Buttons: Press Track Up to manually adjust station frequency up. Press and hold Track Up to scan for next higher
station. Scan mode stops as soon as a strong station is found. Press
Track Down to manually adjust frequency down. Press and hold
Track Down to scan for next lower station. Scan mode stops as soon
as a strong station is found. In CD mode pressing these buttons will
advance the CD up or down to the next or previous track. To fast forward or rewind through a track, simply press and hold either button
as desired during CD playback.
18. Reset Button (Not Illustrated): If keys do not function at all and the
unit appears to be "locked up", use a ballpoint pen to press the Reset
Button under the front panel (press OPEN to flip down front panel for
access). The Reset button is located directly below the Eject Button.
Press to clear all memory (except station presets) and reset deck.
Note: this action will reset the display and clock to default settings.
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19. Eject Button (Not Illustrated): To eject CD, press OPEN and flipdown the front access panel, then press the Eject button located to
the left of CD slot.
20. USA/Europe Switch (Not Illustrated): You can switch between
American (USA) and European radio frequency bands by flipping a
switch located on the bottom of the deck. To change bands:
1) Power down unit
2) Lift up sticker under the CD player.
3) Choose desired frequency band as indicated on the sticker. 4) Put sticker back in place and power up the unit.
21. Setting The Clock (Unit Must be Off): To set the current time, press
and hold Display (6) for 3 seconds until the clock display starts to
blink, then set hours using the Track Up and/or Track Down button
(17). Press Display a second time to set minutes, using the Track Up
and/or Track Down buttons. Press and hold Display a third time to
exit clock setup (or simply wait for 5 seconds).
22. Selecting Weather Band Mode: Press BND (16) while in tuner
mode until WB displays (deck automatically skips to the strongest
weather channel) or press BND a second time to return to previous
mode. When WB weather band mode is active:
1) Press Track Up (17) to scan to higher weather channel.
2) Press Track Down (17) to scan to lower weather channel.
3) To save a weather channel preset, press and hold one of six
numeric keys 1-6. Note: weather channel 7 is not accessible
through preset key.
23. Display information DISP:
• When a retail music CD is inserted, press DISP (6) to change modes
as follows:
1) Clock (displays for 5 seconds only).
2) CD track no. / Playtime
• When a CD containing MP3 files is inserted, press DISP (6) change
modes as follows:
1) Clock (displays for 5 seconds only).
2) Track no. / Playtime
3) Folder name
4) File name
5) Song name
6) Artist’s name
7) Album name
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The system can only display the first 8 letters of ID3 tags. If the
recorded information is longer than 8 letters, text will scroll to the left
once, then the 8 first letters will be displayed. If specific info has not
been recorded on an MP3 disc, NO FOLD, NO TRK, NO TLT, NO
ALBM, NO ART will display.
24. Playback Order of The MP3 File:
1) A directory that does not include an MP3 file is skipped.
2) We recommend that you make no more than two levels for each
disc.
3) Maximum number of folders: 256
4) Maximum number of folder levels: 8
5) Maximum number of characters for MP3 file name and folder
name: 32
6) Sampling frequency: 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1
kHz, 48kHz
7) Bit rates: 8-320 Kbps
8) MP3 decoding format: MPEG 1 & 2 Audio Layer 3
9) Folder names and file names can be displayed with up to 8 characters (see Display key).
10) The characters A-Z, 0-9 can be displayed on this unit, other characters may not be displayed correctly.
11) ID3 tag is supported (see Display key).
25. Reading files into a disc: When a disc containing MP3 data is
loaded, the unit checks all the data on the disc. If the disc contains
numerous folders with many levels, it takes a longer time to start
playback. In addition, it may take time for the unit to move to the next
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MP3 file and the fast forward function may not be performed smoothly. When selected to play, files and folders are accessed in order
in which they were written by the CD writer. Therefore, the playing
order may not be the same as the order in which they are expected.
For example, a disc with the following folder/file hierarchy is subject
to folder select, file select and playback order as illustrated on page
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21.1 Optional SunSound Audio Receiver Specifications
• Marine Grade AM/FM/CD/CD-R/CD-RW/MP-3
• 7 Bands of Weather Band
• Stainless Steel Sealed Chassis and Mounting Hardware
• IPX5 Water Intrusion & CFR-46 Rated
• Conformal Coated Printed Circuit Boards
• ASTMB117 Salt Fog Tested 400 Hours
• ASTM D4329 UV Stable Tested 400 Hours
• Double Sealed Water Protection Transport Gaskets
• White Low Current / Low Heat LCD
• White Backlit Control Surfaces
• 5 Band Digital Sound Stage Settings
• 200 Watt, 50 x 4
• MP3 with ID-3 Tag, Video
• Switchable Tuner Frequency U.S. or Euro Band/CE Approved
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Example of a disc's folder/file hierarchy
Folder
File
to return 10 files behind.
to go 10 files forward.
(Track UP) to select folder up
Press
Press and hold5
Press and hold6
(Track Down) to select folder down
Press
Operation of the keys
The following UL requirements must be observed for
all spas with optional stereo components installed.
A.
”CAUTION - Risk of Electric Shock. Do not leave compartment door open”,
B.
”CAUTION - Risk of Electric Shock. Replace components only with identical
components”, and
C. ”Do not operate the audio/video controls while inside the spa”.
D. ”WARNING - Prevent Electrocution. Do not connect any auxiliary components
(for example. cable, additional speakers, headphones, additional audio/video
components etc.) to the system”.
E.
These units are not provided with an outdoor antennae, when provided, it should
be installed in accordance with Article 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/
NFPA 70.
F.
Do not service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other risk of injury. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
G. When the power supply connections or power supply cord(s) are damage; if water is entering the audio/video compartment or any electrical equipment compartment area; if the protective shields or barriers are showing signs of deterioration;
or if there are signs of other potential damage to the unit, turn off the unit and
refer to a qualified service personnel.
H. This unit should be subjected to periodic routing maintenance (for example, once
every 3 months) to make sure that the unit is operating properly.
P/N. 6530-509, Rev. A
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