2006 Designer Series In-Ground Spas

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CONTACT INFORMATION
For customer service, please contact your authorized dealer
immediately. If you need additional information and/or
assistance, please contact:
C.A.I. Customer Service Department
1462 East Ninth Street
Pomona, CA 91766
Toll Free: 1-800-CAL-SPAS
Fax: 1-909-629-3890
www.calspas.com
Copyright 2004, 2005, 2006 California Acrylic Industries, Inc. All rights reserved. Duplication
without written consent is strictly prohibited.
Cal Spas™, Adjustable Therapy System™, ATS™, Bio-Clean™, Cal Balance™, Cal
Entertainment System™, Cal Zone Quest 1000™ and Cal Zone Quest 2000™, Cal Sweep™, Cal
Select™, Fitness Spa Series™, Spa Cal™, and XL Heat Exchanger are registered trademarks.
Due to continuous improvement programs, all models, operation, and/or specifications are
subject to change without prior notice.
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Table of Contents
Read This First!
Important Safety Instructions..................................................................... 1
Basic Spa Information ............................................................................... 2
Preparing for Your New Portable Spa
Planning the Best Location For Your Spa ................................................. 4
Preparing a Good Foundation for Your Ported Spa .................................. 5
In-Ground Spa Site Preparation ................................................................ 5
Electrical Set-up Before Delivery of Your Spa........................................... 7
In-Ground Plumbing and Equipment Connections .................................. 12
Ported Plumbing and Equipment Connections........................................ 13
Plumbing ................................................................................................. 13
Cleaning the Cover, Shell and Pillows..................................................... 22
Filling and Powering Up Your Portable Spa ............................................ 23
Draining Your Spa ................................................................................... 24
Winterizing (Cold Climate Draining) ........................................................ 25
Operating Your Spa
2300 Electronic Control Operation .......................................................... 26
6000 and 6100 Electronic Control Operation .......................................... 29
Adjustable Jets ........................................................................................ 32
Diverter Knobs......................................................................................... 32
Air Venturis .............................................................................................. 33
Removing and Reseating the Pillows ...................................................... 33
Multi-Colored Spa Light Operation .......................................................... 34
Spa Cover ............................................................................................... 35
Aromatherapy .......................................................................................... 35
Waterfalls ................................................................................................ 35
Cleaning and Maintaining Your Spa
Cleaning and Replacing the Filter ........................................................... 39
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Water Quality Maintenance
Alternative Sanitation Options ................................................................. 41
Before You Begin .................................................................................... 41
Chemical Overview
Chemical Overview.................................................................................. 42
Chemical Descriptions............................................................................. 44
Traditional Chemical Start Up.................................................................. 47
Bromine Clear Water Plan....................................................................... 48
Chlorine Clear Water Plan....................................................................... 49
Cal Zone Quest 2000 Ozonator Clear Water Plan .................................. 50
Cal Clarity Automatic Bromine Generator Clear Water Plan ................... 51
Cal Inline Sanitation System Clear Water Plan ....................................... 53
Maintenance............................................................................................ 55
Appendix
Replacement Parts .................................................................................. 56
Cal Spas™ Chemicals ............................................................................ 72
2006 Warranty Information ...................................................................... 73
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Important Safety Instructions
When installing and using this electrical equipment, always follow basic safety precautions. Following these
instructions will help make your first spa session a pleasurable one.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
All 120V spas require a DEDICATED 20 AMP GFCI SERVICE. Do not use extension cords.
NOTE: A licensed electrician may be required to upgrade your standard receptacle and/or circuit breaker.
All 240V spas require a DEDICATED 50 AMP GFCI SERVICE WITH FOUR #6 AWG COPPER WIRES.
DANGER -- RISK OF ACCIDENTAL DROWNING: Do not allow children to be in or around a spa unless
a responsible adult supervises them. Keep the spa cover on and locked when not in use. See instructions
enclosed with your cover for locking procedures.
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 the flow rates are
compatible.
DANGER -- RISK OF INJURY: Never operate the spa if the suction fitting or filter baskets are broken or
missing.
DANGER -- RISK OF INJURY: Never replace a suction fitting with one that is rated less than the flow rate
marked on the original suction fitting.
DANGER -- RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK: Install the spa at least 5 feet (1.5 meters) from all metal
surfaces. As an alternative, a spa may be installed within 5 feet of metal surfaces if each metal surface is
permanently bonded by a minimum #8 AWG solid copper conductor to the outside of the spa’s control box.
DANGER -- RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK: Do not permit any external electrical appliances, such as
lights, telephones, radios, televisions, and etc., within 5 feet (1.5 meters) of the spa. Never attempt to operate
any electrical device from inside the spa. This does not apply to lights, stereos and televisions that are built in
to the spa as factory options from Cal Spas™.
WARNING -- RISK OF INJURY
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The spa water 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.
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High water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during pregnancy. Women who are
pregnant, or who think they are pregnant, should always check with their physician prior to spa usage.
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The use of alcohol, drugs or medication before or during spa use may lead to unconsciousness, with the
possibility of drowning.
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Persons suffering from obesity, a medical history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory
system problems or diabetes should consult a physician before using the spa.
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Persons using medications should consult a physician before using the spa since some medications may
induce drowsiness while others may affect heart rate, blood pressure and circulation.
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Hyperthermia Danger
Prolonged exposure to hot air or water can induce hyperthermia. Hyperthermia occurs when the internal
temperature of the body reaches a level 3˚F to 6˚F above the normal body temperature of 98.6˚F (or 2˚C to 4˚C
above 37˚C). While hyperthermia has many health benefits, it is important not to allow your body’s core
temperature to rise above 103˚F (39.5˚C). Symptoms of excessive hyperthermia include dizziness, lethargy,
drowsiness and fainting. The effects of excessive hyperthermia may include:
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Failure to perceive heat
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Failure to recognize the need to exit spa or hot tub
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Unawareness of impending hazard
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Fetal damage in pregnant women
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Physical inability to exit the spa
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Unconsciousness
WARNING: The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication can greatly increase the risk of fatal hyperthermia.
Basic Spa Information
The following operating and maintenance instructions are very important and must be followed carefully. With
the proper care and maintenance, your Cal Spa will provide you with years of satisfaction and performance.
Do not be afraid to push buttons or turn knobs to learn about your new Cal Spa, as it is built with quality
materials and excellent craftsmanship.
Your new Cal Spa has been engineered with a high-powered water pump that pushes water through various
therapy jets, which will relax even the tightest muscles. In addition to the water pressure, you can add air into
the spa water with air venturi handles located seat-side that increase the intensity of your massage.
The filtering of this spa is very important. It will minimize cleaning time and the amount of chemicals needed to
keep your spa water balanced. The two daily pre-programmed filter cycles of two hours in duration can be
increased to six hour cycles if the need arises. This can be accomplished through the topside control panel.
IMPORTANT: Keep the spa covered when not in use!
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Covered spas use less electricity while maintaining a set temperature.
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Covering your spa will protect your spa’s finish from the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
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You are required to keep the spa covered to maintain warranty coverage.
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Covering your spa helps prevent children from drowning in the spa.
Your new Cal Spa comes equipped with an electric heater. Following the directions listed below will ensure the
most efficient operation:
NOTE: This method is only for spa usage under two hours a week.
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Keep the spa’s operating temperature 5˚ F below the desired usage temperature when not in use. One or two
hours before use, set the temperature to the desired temperature.
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If the spa usage exceeds two hours a week, the set temperature should remain at the desired usage
temperature.
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The air venturis should be used sparingly. When open, water temperature drops quite rapidly and can also
dissipate chemicals.
Allowing the water temperature to lower more than 10˚F below the desired usage temperature and reheating it
prior to usage will cause the heater to operate longer than it normally would maintaining the desired
temperature. Doing this will increase your operating cost and makes your heater work more than necessary.
The filter needs to be cleaned or changed on a regular basis. This process takes only a few minutes and the
result is increased water clarity and equipment longevity.
Water level is very important to the operation of your spa. If the water level is too low or too high, your spa will
not operate properly. The water level should be to the middle of the skimmer area when the spa is not being
used.
We recommend that your spa water be changed every 4 to 6 months. You may find the need to change your spa
water more frequently with heavy use. When empty, your spa should be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner,
such as Cal Spas™ All Surface Cleaner, and then rinsed thoroughly.
See the section “Cleaning and Maintaining Your Spa” for instructions on draining your spa.
When filling your spa, always fill through the skimmer filter canister. Use only regular tap water.
WARNING: DO NOT USE SOFT WATER.
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Preparing for Your New Spa
Congratulations! You have purchased a Cal Spa™. With a little preparation and care, your spa will give you
many years of enjoyment. This section has been designed to ensure that your new spa is installed safely and is
ready to enjoy as quickly as possible.
Most cities and counties require permits for exterior construction and electrical circuits. In addition, some
communities have codes requiring residential barriers such as fencing and/or self-closing gates on property to
prevent unsupervised access to the property by children. Your dealer can provide information on which permits
may be required and how to obtain them prior to the delivery of your Cal Spa™.
Planning the Best Location For Your Spa
Here are some of the things that you will need to consider when determining where to place your new spa.
Safety First
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Do not place your spa within 10 feet (3 m) of overhead power lines.
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Make sure the spa is positioned so that access to the equipment compartment and all side panels will not be
blocked. Be certain that your installation will meet all city and local safety codes and requirements.
Consider How You Will Use Your Spa
How you intend to use your spa will help you determine where you should position it. For example, will you
use your spa for recreational or therapeutic purposes? If your spa is mainly used for family recreation, be sure to
leave plenty of room around it for activity. If you will use it for relaxation and therapy, you’ll probably want to
create a specific mood around it.
Plan for Your Environment
If you live in a region where it snows in the winter or rains frequently, place the spa near a house entry. By
doing this, you will have a place to change clothes and not be uncomfortable.
Consider Your Privacy
In a cold-weather climate, bare trees won’t provide much privacy. Think of your spa’s surroundings during all
seasons to determine your best privacy options. Consider the view of your neighbors as well when you plan the
location of your spa.
Provide A View With Your Spa
Think about the direction you will be facing when sitting in your spa. Do you have a special landscaped area in
your yard that you find enjoyable? Perhaps there is an area that catches a soothing breeze during the day or a
lovely sunset in the evening.
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Keep Your Spa Clean
Prevent dirt and contaminants from being tracked into your spa by placing a foot mat at the spa’s entrance
where the bather’s can clean their feet before entering your spa. You may also consider keeping a small waterfilled basin nearby for bathers to rinse their feet before enter your spa.
In planning your spa’s location, consider a location where the path to and from the house can be kept clean and
free of debris.
Allow For Service Access
Many people choose to install a decorative structure around their spa. If you are installing your spa with any
type of structure on the outside, such as a gazebo, remember to allow access for service. It is always best to
design special installations so that the spa can still be moved, or lifted off the ground.
Preparing a Good Foundation for Your Ported Spa
Your spa needs a solid and level foundation. The area that it sits on must be able to support the weight of the
spa and the occupants who use it. If the foundation is inadequate, it may shift or settle after the spa is in place,
causing stress that could damage your spa shell or finish.
Damage caused by inadequate or improper foundation support is not covered by the warranty. It is the
responsibility of the spa owner to provide a proper foundation for the spa. We strongly recommended
that you have a qualified, licensed contractor prepare the foundation for your spa.
Place the spa on a level foundation (preferably a 4” concrete slab). If you are installing the spa indoors, pay
close attention to the flooring beneath it. Choose flooring that will not be damaged or stained.
If you are installing your spa on an elevated wood deck or other structure, consult a structural engineer or a
contractor to ensure the structure will support the weight of 150 pounds per square foot.
Your Cal Spas™ retailer can help you with your foundation and more. Your retailer has a wealth of information
and experience about how to get the most out of your spa and can provide you with a full line of accessories that
are designed to compliment your spa and increase your enjoyment.
In-Ground Spa Site Preparation
When preparing for an in-ground spa site you will want to consider the following:
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Is there enough room for the spa, decking and equipment?
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Can the outdoor equipment pack be installed within a maximum of 35 feet from the spa?
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Can the proper electrical service be supplied to both the equipment area and spa side?
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Can the required flat, level foundation be constructed in the area chosen?
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Will the spa be able to be properly back-filled with wet sand, underneath and on all four sides?
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Will the final architecture include permanent ground coverage within a 10 feet radius of the spa?
Never place any spa in a sealed area. Water must be able either be absorbed into the surrounding area or
channeled away. Water build-up under and/or around the spa, will cause the spa to float out of the ground. To
better illustrate a typical in-ground installation, see Figure 1 on the next page.
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Figure 1. In-ground spa deck requirements
NOTE: The actual excavated spa site, wet sand back fill, finished height, and 2” clearance needed for shell
movement.
Locating Outdoor Equipment
When locating outdoor equipment pack, you will want to consider the following:
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Can the equipment pack be located within a maximum of 35 feet from the spa?
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Will the equipment running its normal filtration cycles make too much noise for spa owners and/or
neighbors?
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Can the equipment be easily serviced in the location chosen? (i.e. filter cleaning and periodic inspections)
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Using a gas heater? You will need to consider wind and drafts as well as heater exhaust for proper heater
placement. (See heater owner’s manual for important location and safety information.)
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The equipment base and heater must be placed on either a 3 1/2” cement slab or 3” paving stones.
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Make sure the equipment area selected will not be in an area where water could run or stand.
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If the area receives direct sunlight, you will want to provide some protection for the equipment portion of
the equipment pack.
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The equipment pack and heater are delivered separately.
Do not cover gas heaters unless properly vented. (See heater owner’s manual for important safety information.)
Figure 2 shows a typical outdoor equipment pack (see next page).
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Figure 2. Typical outdoor equipment pack
Electrical Set-up Before Delivery of Your Spa
When installed in the United States, the electrical wiring of this spa must meet the requirements of National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1999 and any applicable state or local codes. The electrical circuit must be
installed by an electrical contractor and approved by a local building / electrical inspector.
All 240V spas must be permanently connected (hard wired) to the power supply. 120V spas may use a GFCI
cord, plugged into a dedicated grounded outlet. Supplying power to a spa that is not in accordance with these
instructions will void both the independent testing agency listing and the manufacturer’s warranty.
The power supplied to the spa must be on a dedicated GFCI protected circuit with no other appliances or lights
sharing the power.
To determine the current, voltage, and wire size required for the spa configuration to be connected, refer to the
following:
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Wire size must comply with NEC and/or local codes.
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Wire size is determined by length of run from breaker box to spa and maximum current draw.
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We recommend copper wire with THHN insulation.
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All wiring must be copper to ensure adequate connections. Do not use aluminum wire.
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When NEC requires the use of wires larger than #6 (10mm²), install a junction box near the spa and use #6
(10mm²) wire between the junction box and the spa.
IMPORTANT: A clearly labeled emergency shutoff or control switch for the purpose of disconnecting all
electrical power to the spa including the motors, recirculation system and jet system(s) shall be installed at a
point readily accessible to the users and not less than 5 feet (1.5 m) away, adjacent to, and within sight of
the spa. (NEC 680.41)
The electrical circuit for the spa must include a suitable GFCI as required by NEC 680.42.
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240 Volt Electrical Installation
All 240V spas are required to have dedicated GFCI breakers and should only be wired by a licensed electrician.
GFCI breakers vary in appearance and wire locations. Before wiring load and feed wires to breaker verify they
are being connected to the proper poles. Figure 3 and Figure 4 have been provided as guides.
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Always follow applicable local, state, and federal codes and guidelines.
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Your new 240V Cal Spa requires a dedicated GFCI service sized depending on equipment needs, with four
copper wires per breaker. This will include a black and a red wire for your incoming power, a white wire
used for your neutral, and a green wire for your ground.
This is the only acceptable electrical wiring procedure. Spas wired in any other way will void your warranty
and may result in serious injury.
Installing a GFCI breaker in the main electrical panel is not recommended. The further away a GFCI is
installed from the spa, the higher the risk of false tripping of the GFCI breaker.
Test the GFCI breaker prior to first use and periodically when the spa is powered. To test the GFCI breaker
follow these instructions. (Spa should be operating.)
1.
2.
Press the TEST button on the GFCI. The GFCI will trip and the spa will shut off.
Reset the GFCI breaker by switching the breaker to the full off position, wait a moment then turn the
breaker back on. The spa should have power again.
Your spa is now safe to use.
Figure 3. Sample GFCI breaker
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Figure 4. GFCI Hook-Up
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Electrical Installation Instructions
240 Volt Installation Information
All 240 Volt spas are required to have a GFCI breaker, and should only be wired by a licensed electrician and in
accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Always follow applicable local, State and Federal codes and guidelines.
Olympian Spa Packs (Swim Side Outdoor Pack with External Heater)
240 Volt spas require a DEDICATED 50 AMP GFCI SERVICE WITH FOUR # 6 AWG COPPER WIRES.
This will include a black and red wire for your incoming power, a white wire used for your neutral and a green
wire for your ground.
Olympian Spa Packs(Spa Side Pack w/5.5kW Electrical Heater)
240 Volt spas require a DEDICATED 40 AMP GFCI SERVICE WITH FOUR # 8 AWG COPPER WIRES.
This will include a black and red wire for your incoming power, a white wire used for your neutral and a green
wire for your ground.
Champion / Challenger Spa Packs (with External Heater)
240 Volt spas require a DEDICATED 50 AMP GFCI SERVICE WITH FOUR # 6 AWG COPPER WIRES.
This will include a black and red wire for your incoming power, a white wire used for your neutral and a green
wire for your ground.
Two Pump Equipment Pack (with External Heater)
240 Volt spas require a DEDICATED 40 AMP GFCI SERVICE WITH FOUR # 8 AWG COPPER WIRES.
This will include a black and red wire for your incoming power, a white wire used for your neutral and a green
wire for your ground.
One Pump Equipment Pack (with External Heater)
240 Volt spas require a DEDICATED 30 AMP GFCI SERVICE WITH FOUR # 10 AWG COPPER WIRES.
This will include a black and red wire for your incoming power, a white wire used for your neutral and a green
wire for your ground.
NOTE: Wire runs over 85’ must increase wire gauge to the next lower number.
Example: A normal 50 Amp GFCI with 4 # 6 AWG Copper wires, run over 85 feet would require you to go to
the next size larger wire, 4 # 4 AWG Copper wires.
Note that these are the only acceptable electrical wiring procedures. Spas wired in any other way will void your
warranty.
240 Volt 11kW Heater Information
When installing an 11kW electrical heater, an additional dedicated 240 Volt 50 amp GFCI circuit breaker is
required for just the heater.
In the case of some installations, you could be required to have two dedicated 240 Volt 50 amp GFCI circuit
breakers to properly power up both the spa pack and 11kW electrical heater.
IMPORTANT: When using an 11kW Electrical Heater, you must have two dedicated 240 Volt power sources,
one for the equipment pack and one for the heater.
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IMPORTANT: Always read and follow heater manufacturers Safety and Installation instructions prior to
installation and operation. Incorrect installation may damage the heater and void its warranty.
Always follow applicable local, state and federal codes and guidelines prior to any installation.
Required Circuit Breakers
Use the following table for the number of circuit breakers required for Ultimate and Designer Series Spas.
Electric heater
Champion SKS 24
Challenger SKS 25
Olympian SKS47
Designer Series Spas
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One 30amp for control box
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One 50amp for heater
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One 30amp for control box
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One 50amp for heater
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One 30amp for swim
control box
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One 50amp for heater and
pack
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One 50amp for heater and
pack
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One 50amp for swim side
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One 50amp for 11kw heater •
One 50amp for spa side
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One 30amp for control box
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One 50amp for heater
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One 50amp for spa side
One 50amp for heater and
pack
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In-Ground Plumbing and Equipment Connections
Figure 5 below shows a typical in-ground / pre-plumbed shell installation (two pumps with external heater,
external filter, blower, and ozonator).
Figure 5. Pre-plumbed shell installation
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Ported Plumbing and Equipment Connections
The example shown in Figure 6 below is typical for a system with two pumps with external heater, external
filter, and ozonator.
Figure 6. Typical equipment connections
Plumbing
Once the spa and equipment are properly located, you will want to layout the plumbing run.
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As mentioned previously, the plumbing run should not be any longer than 35 feet to maximize water pressure.
Another way to maximize water pressure, is to limit (better yet eliminate) the use of 90˚ elbows in your
plumbing run. A more direct plumbing run using 45˚ elbows is more efficient, and promotes increased water
pressure.
Identifying Plumbing Lines
The spas plumbing lines are clearly marked during water testing at the factory.
This is done to assist installers in properly identifying the installation. We still recommend that the installers
verify plumbing lines prior to gluing. This can be done by using one of the following techniques.
Air Test
The air test is simple to perform and only requires a wet/dry vacuum. Simply locate the plumbing line you wish
to identify and secure the vacuum hose to cut open end. (For this example we will use the Pump 1 Suction line.)
Turn on the vacuum, enter the spa and listen for vacuum suction sound from inside the spa side filter canister.
If you hear the suction sound in the canister, the line is properly marked and can be connected to the suction
side of pump 1 located on the equipment pack.
Water Test
The water test is a little messy but truly effective and only requires a garden hose and water source. Simply
locate the plumbing line you wish to identify and secure the outlet side of the garden hose to cut open end. (For
this example we will use the Pump 1 Suction line.)
Turn on the water supply to the garden hose, enter the spa and look for water inside the spa side filter canister.
If you see water in the canister the line is properly marked and can be connected to the suction side of pump 1
located on the equipment pack.
If any plumbing line is not properly marked or not marked at all, follow either the Air or Water test procedure
until all lines are identified prior to gluing.
NOTE: Once complete, water test the plumbing run for at least three days prior to covering any plumbing
trenches and back-filling spa cavity completely.
NOTE: Some local inspectors require pressure testing the plumbing lines. Although the spa is pressure tested at
the factory, local inspectors may insist on pressure testing the plumbing run between the spa and equipment
pack.
Cutting
When cutting any plumbing line you will want to use the proper tool. Using the wrong tool can damage the
plumbing lines and/or cause physical injury to the operator.
We recommend that you use a PVC blade cutter rather than a traditional hacksaw when cutting either PVC or
flexible plumbing. This tool is a more effective cutting tool and when used correctly, will not leave PVC
shavings at the cut ends.
When cutting PVC or flexible plumbing, make sure that all cuts are made square. This will ensure a larger
gluing surface and a better glue joint.
Gluing
When gluing any plumbing lines you will want to use the correct glue and primer and follow proper gluing
technique to ensure proper adhesion.
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You should always use a Medium Bodied, Fast Set PVC glue and Purple Primer or equivalent when gluing spa
or equipment pack glue joints.
IMPORTANT: Always read and follow instruction on both glue and primer containers.
When gluing, make sure to perform the following steps to ensure a leak proof glue joint:
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Make clean, square cuts at PVC or Flexible plumbing.
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Do Not allow glue or primer to touch any area other than the socket you are gluing.
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Use primer on both ends of the socket or glue joint.
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Use proper PVC glue for application on both ends of the socket or glue joint.
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Hold glue joint in place for an appropriate amount of set time
NOTE: Set time will vary with ambient temperature. (Longer in cold weather and shorter in warmer weather)
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Do not allow excessive amounts of glue run-off or drip from glue joints.
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Always wipe excess glue from gluing area without disturbing actual glue joint.
Gate/Slice Valves
The use of gate valves is recommended on all plumbing lines (both suction and return lines). These valves are
used to contain the spas water in either the equipment or the spa. This will assist in the pump priming process
and future servicing without needing to drain the spa.
NOTE: When draining the spa to perform maintenance, always close the gate valves prior to draining. This will
maintain the pumps prime.
Connect Plumbing to Remote Equipment
Connecting the plumbing from the spa to the equipment pack must be performed in accordance to local and city
codes.
NOTE: Most codes require plumbing to be Ridged PVC schedule 40 or heavier in both above and below ground
installations. In most cases, the use of flexible PVC plumbing is acceptable when properly buried in trenches.
IMPORTANT! Always check local codes prior to any in-ground or portable spa installation.
Most water plumbing lines are 2” or larger and must be schedule 40 or heavier PVC. When plumbing,
minimize the use of 90˚ elbows as much as possible. The use of 45 ˚ elbows will increase the amount of jet
pressure you will have over the use of 90˚ elbows.
The plumbing on the spa shell is labeled by the factory in the following manner:
Heat Pump: Pump 1 Suction: 2” Line that connects the spa filter and bottom drain assembly to the front of
pump 1.
Pump 1 Return: 2” Line that connects the top of pump 1, through the equipment filter and heater back to
selected jets in the spa.
Booster Pump: Pump 2 Suction:2” Line that connects the spa filter and bottom drain assembly to the front
of pump 2.
Pump 2 Return: 2” Line that connects the top of pump 2 back to selected jets in the spa.
Ozone Line: 1” Line that connects to a 1” flexible line extending off the bottom of the equipment pack
filter canister through an ozone injector (If Ozone equipped) and connected to ozone port on the spa.
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Air Blower: 1 1/2” Line that is plumbed out of the air blower (located on the equipment (Air Loop) pack
and extended up 18” above the spas water level to prevent water flooding the air blower.
Topside Control Panel and Temp Sensor: 1” line that connects to the bottom of the control box located on
the equipment pack.
Remote Equipment Topside Control Panel
The next few steps to complete the installation should be performed along with installation of the temperature
sensor and 12V spa light wiring (if applicable). All of these components are generally installed using the same
conduit.
1.
2.
3.
Locate the topside control panel extension loom in the control box mounted with the equipment pack. This
extension loom and attached black terminal connector (Figure 7) will be used to connect the topside
control panel to the control box.
Connect one end of the black terminal connector to the topside control panel cable.
Connect the other end of the terminal connector to the extension loom (see figure below),
Figure 7. Extension loom and terminal connector
NOTE: This connection must be kept dry. We recommend that a waterproof junction box be used in
installations were moisture could penetrate this terminal connector.
4.
Layout the extension loom to verify that you have enough length to reach the control box. Remember that
conduit runs are not generally run in a straight line. Every bend, and up and down run consumes line
length. Take this into consideration when verifying electrical and plumbing runs.
5.
Connect the extension loom to the control panel location on the circuit board located inside the control
box. You will also need to connect both the temperature and high limit sensors to the circuit board prior
to testing. (See the temperature and high limit installation instruction on the next page for proper
identification and See the wiring diagram on the inside cover of the control box for proper placement.)
6.
Turn on the power supply to the spa equipment and briefly test all functions on the topside control panel
to verify that both connections and extension loom are in working order before proceeding with the
installation.
NOTE: Circuit board programming will not allow spa operation without both the temperature and high limit
sensors being properly connected to the circuit board. See Temperature and High Limit installation
instructions on the following pages to ensure proper connection prior to applying power and performing
function testing.
7.
Once topside panel operation is verified. Turn off power, disconnect the extension loom from the circuit
board and GENTLY route through conduit to complete installation.
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NOTE: This loom and its connector are not meant to withstand heavy pulling. Make sure, when routing the
extension loom and temperature sensor lines through conduit, you exercise extreme caution.
8.
Once properly run through the conduit, repeat steps 5 and 6 above.
Remote Equipment Temperature and High Limit Sensors
The temperature sensor housing is a factory installed wall fitting generally located 18″ below water level on the
front wall of the spa shell. (Near the spa light.) While the high limit sensor housing is located inside the
plumbing fitting above the heat pump.
Both of these sensors are delivered inside the control box with the extension loom. Identifying and connecting
the two sensors in the correct location on the circuit board is very important. Sensors located incorrectly, will
cause the spa to operate incorrectly and could result in spa damage.
Identifying and Installation
The temperature sensor has a 3/8” bulb with 50' of wire length, while the high limit sensor has a 1/4” bulb with
48” of wire length. Both of these sensors must be properly installed prior to spa operation.
Temperature Sensor Installation
Figure 8. Temperature sensor and wall fitting
1.
Locate the temperature sensor wall fitting (Figure 8) on the spa shell.
2.
Layout the temperature sensor from the sensor wall fitting to the control box to verify that the length of
the sensor wire is adequate for conduit run
3.
Loosen (clockwise) the small finger nut at the end of the temperature sensor wall fitting. Do not remove.
Removal will cause the water sealing o-ring to fall out, causing damage or loss.
4.
Firmly press the temperature sensor into the opening at the end of the temperature sensor wall fitting.
5.
Tighten the small finger nut until snug.
6.
Using spray insulating foam (Polyurethane), spray at least 6” of foam thickness covering the entire back
side (installation side) of sensor and sensor wall fitting.
7.
Secure sensor to topside control panel and 12V light wires (if applicable) and GENTLY route through
conduit to complete installation.
NOTE: The sensor wires and extension loom and its connector are not meant to withstand heavy pulling. Make
sure, when routing these wires through conduit, you exercise extreme caution.
8.
Plug the temperature sensor into the temperature sensor location on the circuit board located inside the
control box. (See the wiring diagram on the inside cover of the control box for proper placement.)
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9.
Follow the high limit sensor installation instructions prior to testing operation. Circuit board programming
will not allow spa operation without both sensors being connected to the circuit board.
High Limit Sensors
The high limit sensor housing is a factory installed plumbing fitting located on the discharge side of pump #1
(Heat Pump). Most equipment packs will have this sensor already installed for you.
Visually inspect the circuit board and plumbing fitting to verify the high limit sensor is already installed. If not,
follow the installation steps below.
This sensor is delivered inside the control box with temperature sensor, and topside extension loom. Identifying
and connecting the temperature and high limit sensors in the correct location on the circuit board is very
important. Sensors located incorrectly, will cause the spa to operate incorrectly and could result in spa damage.
Identifying and Installation
The temperature sensor has a 3/8” bulb with 50” of wire length, while the high limit sensor has a 1/4” bulb with
48” of wire length. (See Figure 9.) Both of these sensors must be properly installed prior to spa operation.
Plugs into the
circuit board
Sensor slides
into the
thermowell
Figure 9. Temperature sensor
High Limit Sensor Installation
1.
Locate the high limit sensor plumbing fitting located on the discharge side of pump #1(Heat Pump).
NOTE: The small section of flexible conduit connecting the high limit sensor plumbing fitting to the control
box.
2.
3.
Locate the high limit sensor inside the control box.
Firmly press the high limit sensor into the opening inside the control box through the flexible conduit into
the high limit sensor plumbing fitting.
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3.
Plug the high limit sensor into the high limit sensor location on the circuit board located inside the control
box. (See the wiring diagram on the inside cover of the control box for proper placement.)
4.
Make sure that both the temperature and high limit sensor are installed correctly according to the wiring
diagram listed on the inside cover of the control box.
NOTE: Circuit board programming will not allow spa operation without both sensors being connected to the
circuit board. Verify connections prior to applying power and performing function testing.
Remote Equipment Freeze Sensor (Optional)
If you are installing outdoor equipment in cold climate, you should install a remote freeze sensor. This sensor
will help protect remote equipment like booster pumps or heater from possible freeze damage. When this sensor
reaches 40°F it will automatically turn on every pump and blower to circulate water to prevent freezing. During
“Freeze Mode”, the spas functions cannot be controlled. Once the sensor reaches 45°F, the spa will regain
normal operation.
Remote Freeze Sensor Installation
Refer to Figure 10 for the following installation procedure.
1.
2.
3.
Using a large wire tie strap or zip tie, secure the sensing disk to the booster pump or heater manifold at the
lowest metallic point possible.
Plug the other end of the freeze sensor to the “AUX FREEZE” location on the circuit board. (Location
may vary by model. See wiring diagram on the inside cover of the control box) .
Using wire tie straps, secure the “AUX FREEZE” sensor wire to the equipment to prevent damage during
maintenance or servicing.
Figure 10. Remote freeze sensor location
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In-Ground Spa Light Installation Instructions
On spas ordered with in-ground lights, the factory installs the light niche for you. The next steps of installation
should be performed by a qualified licensed electrician.
Always read and follow light manufacturer’s safety and installation instructions prior to installation and
operation. Incorrect installation may damage the light and void its warranty.
The light circuit must be on a GFCI protected service (alone or through spa control box). The water resistant
junction box must be located a minimal 8” above water level and 48” away from the spa. (See figure below)
Light niche and any metallic items in a 5’ radius must be properly bonded with #8 AWG grounding wire.
Refer to Figure 11, Figure 12, and Figure 13 below for wiring instructions.
1.
Connect conduit to 3/4” hub located at the back of the light niche and run to a water resistant junction box
no further than 25’. Remember this is a water cooled light, so conduit and all connections must be
leakproof.
2.
Feed light cord through conduit to junction box, leaving at least 4 inches of cord at the end of the light
fixture. This slack in the light cord will allow servicing without draining the spa in the future.
3.
Wrap light cord slack around back of light housing and attach light to niche with mounting screw.
4.
Run light supply wires in conduit from spa control box (on equipment skid) to water resistant junction
box.
5.
Connect power supply wires to terminal block labeled 120V inside spa control box.
6.
Move jumper. (See wiring diagram on the inside cover of the control box for jumper location) for 120V
light operation.)
7.
Connect light wire assembly to power supply wires from spas control box in the water resistant junction
box as mentioned in Step 2.
Test circuit by turning on the GFCI circuit breaker and pressing the light button on the topside control panel
located on the spa.
Important: Make sure spa light is submerged in at least 18” of water prior to testing.
Figure 11. Water resistant junction box location
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Figure 12. Conduit hub
Figure 13. Light mounting steps (fits into in-ground light niche)
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Cleaning the Cover, Shell and Pillows
Due to the constant punishment your spa cover and pillows receive, you should protect them by applying Vinyl
and Leather Cleaner as part of your monthly maintenance plan. Cal Spas™ Vinyl and Leather Cleaner is
specifically designed to protect spa covers and pillows from chemical and ultraviolet light damage. It
accomplishes this without leaving an oily residue behind that is normally associated with common automotive
vinyl protectants.
Use of Vinyl and Leather Cleaner
Cal Spas™ Vinyl and Leather Cleaner should be used sparingly. Incorrect usage may cause water clarity issues.
Spa Covers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove spa cover from spa.
Allow spa cover to dry completely.
Spray Vinyl and Leather Cleaner to cover evenly and wipe dry.
Allow spa cover to dry completely.
Reinstall cover on spa.
Pillows
1.
2.
3.
4.
Wipe pillows dry with a soft cloth.
Carefully spray Vinyl and Leather Cleaner directly onto pillow.
Wipe pillows dry.
Allow pillows to dry completely.
WARNING: DO NOT USE AUTOMOTIVE VINYL PROTECTANTS ON SPA COVERS OR PILLOWS.
THESE PRODUCTS ARE GENERALLY OIL-BASED AND WILL CAUSE SEVERE WATER CLARITY
ISSUES THAT ARE DIFFICULT TO CORRECT.
Multi-Purpose Cleaner (Spa finish cleaning)
Cal Spas™ Multi-Purpose Cleaner is an essential part of maintaining your spa’s finish. Through
normal use, the spa’s finish can accumulate dirt, oil, and calcium causing a rough feel and
unsightly scum lines. Cal Spas™ Multi-Purpose Cleaner is a low detergent, non-abrasive cleaner
specifically formulated to clean the spa without damaging its acrylic finish. The most effective
solution to minimize cleaning time is prevention. When the following steps are followed, the spa’s
finish will actually start to resist most of the elements that cause calcium build-up and make scum
line clean up easier.
Prior to Spa Start-Up and Refilling
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Spray Cal Spas™ Multi-Purpose Cleaner directly on to the spa’s finish.
Wipe clean with a clean soft cloth.
Repeat on heavily calcified areas.
Wipe spa thoroughly with a wet sponge, rinsing often with a bucket of clean water.
Allow spa to dry completely.
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6.
7.
8.
Apply a coat of Cal Spas™ Fast Sheen to the spa’s entire finish with a soft towel or sponge.
Allow Fast Sheen to dry until white and powdery.
Buff clean with a soft cloth, rotating frequently.
Periodic Maintenance
1.
Spray Cal Spas™ Multi-Purpose Cleaner directly to the spa’s finish.
2.
Wipe clean with a clean soft cloth.
3.
Wipe spa thoroughly with a wet sponge, rinsing often in a bucket of clean water.
Cal Spas™ Multi-Purpose Cleaner should not be sprayed directly into the spa water. Incorrect usage of this
product will cause water clarity issues.
Fast Sheen (Spa finish protecting wax)
Cal Spas™ Fast Sheen is an essential part of maintaining your spa’s finish. Through normal use, the
spa’s finish can accumulate dirt, oil, and calcium, causing a rough feel and unsightly scum lines. Cal
Spas™ Fast Sheen is a non-oil based wax that is specifically formulated to protect the spa’s finish
from the chemicals and minerals associated with normal spa use. The most effective solution to
minimize cleaning time is prevention. When the following steps are followed, the spa’s finish will
actually start to resist most of the elements that cause calcium build-up and make scum line clean-up
easier.
Prior to Spa Start-Up and Refilling
1.
Spray Cal Spas™ Multi-Purpose Cleaner directly to the spa’s finish.
2.
Wipe clean with a soft cloth.
3.
Repeat on heavily calcified areas.
4.
Wipe spa thoroughly with a wet sponge, rinsing often in a bucket of clean water.
5.
Allow the spa to dry completely.
6.
Apply a coat of Cal Spas™ Fast Sheen to the spa’s entire finish with a soft cloth or sponge.
7.
Allow Fast Sheen to dry until white and powdery.
8.
Buff clean with a soft cloth, rotating frequently.
IMPORTANT: Cal Spas™ Fast Sheen should not be used on spas full of water. Only apply to clean, cool, dry
surfaces. Incorrect product usage may cause water clarity issues.
Filling and Powering Up Your Portable Spa
Never fill your spa with soft water. Soft water makes it impossible to maintain the proper water chemistry and
may cause the water to foam, which will ultimately harm the finish of the spa and void your warranty.
1.
2.
3.
Once the spa has been placed on an approved surface and has been correctly wired by a licensed
electrician, inspect all plumbing connections in the equipment area of your spa. Ensure that these
connections are secure and that they did not loosen during shipment.
If equipped, open all gate valves in the equipment area. Before operating the spa, these valves must be in
the up or “open” position.
Remove the filter basket and cartridge from skimmer/filter canister.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
Place a garden hose in the skimmer/filter canister and fill your spa with regular tap water to the proper
water level (halfway up the skimmer area).
(For owners of the automatic bromine generator) Make sure the dial on the face of the bromine generator
unit is turned to the “OFF” position.
Open the air relief valve (located next to the two filters, if equipped) after the air bubbles stop coming out
of it. Close the valve hand-tight.
Once the water is at the correct level and air is bled, turn on the power at the GFCI breaker. (Ensure that
the 120V spas are connected to the proper electrical outlet.)
NOTE: When the power is turned on to the spa, it will perform a diagnostic check for 30 seconds. When the
diagnostic is complete, the spa will automatically operate at filter speed and continue heating until the
spa water temperature reaches the default temperature of 100˚F.
8.
9.
If no water is flowing when the pump is running there could be an air pocket at the suction side of the
pump. Shut off power to the spa and loosen the pump union on the suction side of the pump to bleed the
air. When air is bled, turn power back on.
Re-install the filter and the filter basket into the skimmer/filter canister.
The spa is now ready for use.
NOTE: Never run the spa with the gate valves closed or without water circulating for long periods of
time. Be careful not to over-tighten the plumbing fittings.
Draining Your Spa
Your spa should be drained every four to six months, and refilled with fresh tap water. The following is the
recommended method for draining your spa.
1.
Turn off the power at the breaker.
2.
Remove all filters.
If your drain valve is mounted on the side of the spa cabinet (as shown in Figure 14), proceed to step 5.
Figure 14. Cabinet mounted drain valve
If your drain valve is located inside the spa cabinet:
3.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the screws to the access panel and open it.
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4.
Locate hose ending with the 3/4 inch hose-bib fixture (Figure 15).
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Figure 15. 3/4 inch hose-bib fixture
Hook up the female end of a garden hose to the drain fitting.
Place the other end of the garden hose where you would like the water to drain to.
Twist the hose-bib fixture counterclockwise and pull to open the drain.
Let spa drain completely, then remove garden hose.
Twist the hose-bib fixture clockwise to close it.
Winterizing (Cold Climate Draining)
In many areas of the country, the temperature drops below 32˚F (0°C). We recommend that you always have
your spa full of water and running at normal spa temperatures (80˚F to 100˚F, 26.7°C to 37.8°C). This will help
reduce the risk of freezing in your spa and your spa’s equipment.
WARNING: IF YOU FIND THE NEED TO DRAIN YOUR SPA, PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE
POTENTIAL OF FREEZING IN YOUR SPAS EQUIPMENT AND PLUMBING. EVEN IF THE
DIRECTIONS BELOW ARE FOLLOWED PERFECTLY, THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT YOUR
SPA WILL NOT SUFFER FREEZE DAMAGE AND THEREBY VOID THE WARRANTY
COVERAGE.
1.
Open all filter covers.
2.
Remove the filter baskets and filters.
3.
Drain your spa completely as described in the instructions above.
4.
Remove drain plugs from the front of the pumps.
5.
Disconnect the unions from both sides of the pump.
6.
Use a wet/dry vacuum to blow any remaining water out of the jets and equipment area.
Cover your spa with a good spa cover and an all-weather tarp to ensure that neither rain nor snow enters the spa.
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2300 Electronic Control Operation
Figure 16. 2300 Electronic Control Panel
Initial Start up
When first powered up, the system will perform a self-diagnostic check, then it will automatically heat to and
maintain 100˚F until you change the set temperature as described in the “Temperature Adjustment” section
below.
Temperature Adjustment (Range 80°F to 104°F)
The 2300 electronic control panel (Figure 16) displays the actual water temperature in Fahrenheit.
To display the temperature that the spa is set to:
•
Press either the UP or DOWN button. The temperature setting will flash.
•
While the display is flashing, each time you press either the UP or DOWN button, the set temperature will
change up or down one degree.
Standard and Economy Modes
Your new spa is equipped with a heating feature that gives you complete control of the heating system. When
the spa is powered up, it will automatically start in standard heating mode. This is displayed by STANDARD on
the left side of the control panel. In this mode, the heating system will automatically activate whenever the
water temperature drops more than one degree below the set temperature. In the economy heating mode, the
heating system will only activate during filtration times.
NOTE: There is no control panel message displayed while in the standard heating mode, only the actual water
temperature is displayed.
To switch from the standard to the economy heating mode:
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•
Press either the UP or DOWN button followed by the LIGHT button.
•
Press the same sequence to switch back to the standard heating mode.
Once in the economy heating mode, ECONOMY will display on the left side of the control panel.
Jets 1
Pump 1 Option:
Press the JETS 1 button:
•
Once to activate low speed
•
Twice to activate high speed
•
Three times to return to low speed
Jets 2
One Speed Pumps:
Press the JETS 2 button:
• Once to activate the high-speed pump
• Twice to turn off the high-speed pump
Two Speed Pump Option:
Press the JETS 2 button:
• Once to activate low speed
• Twice to activate high-speed
• Three times to turn off high-speed
Light
Press the LIGHT button to turn on the light. Press it once again to turn the light off. All optional lighting such as
the control panel light and cabinet perimeter lighting is controlled by the LIGHT button and will turn on and off
with the spa light.
Turbo (Optional)
Press the OPTION button to turn on the turbo system. Press it once again to turn off the turbo system.
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Setting the Temperature Lock
This feature allows you to lock a temperature into the system. When engaged, the set temperature will blink on
and off when either the UP or DOWN button is pressed. However, you will not be able to change it until you
unlock the set temperature:
•
Press either the UP or DOWN button.
•
Press the OPTION button to unlock the set temperature.
•
Select a temperature with the UP and DOWN buttons.
•
Press the OPTION button to set and lock the temperature.
Automatic Time outs
These features will automatically turn themselves off during periods of continuous use:
• Low speed pump
After 2 hours
•
High speed pumps
After 15 minutes
•
Optional circulation pump
After 15 minutes
•
Optional turbo
After 15 minutes
•
Spa light
After 15 minutes
Setting Filtration Cycles:
Your spa will automatically filter itself twice a day. To set filtration time, turn off the power to the spa at the
time of day you would like to start filtration. The first cycle will start after the spa is powered up. The second
filter cycle will begin twelve hours later. Filter cycle duration is preset for 2 hours (F2).
To change duration of filtration time, press either the UP or DOWN button, then press either the JETS 1 or
JETS 2 pad. Press the OPTION button again to choose from 2 ,4, 6, 8, or 12 hours twice a day. After selecting
the desired filtering duration, press the JETS button to exit the filter program.
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6000 and 6100 Electronic Control Operation
Figure 17. 6000 and 6100 Electronic Control Panel
Initial Start up
When first powered up, it will automatically revert to Priming mode. A “Pr” on the topside display will
indicate this. Priming mode will be active for less than 5 minutes at which time the heater will be activated and
the water temperature will be maintained in Standard mode. The spa will heat to 100°F (37°C) at start up until
the set temperature is changed as described below.
Temperature Adjustment (Range 80°F to 104°F, 26°C to 40°C)
The 6000 and 6100 electronic control panels (Figure 17) display the actual water temperature in degrees
Fahrenheit. The displayed temperature will only be current after the pump has been running for at least 2
minutes.
To display the temperature that the spa is set to:
•
Press the “Temp” button. The temperature setting will flash.
•
While the display is flashing, each time you press “Temp” button, the set temperature will change up or
down one degree.
•
If the desired temperature is opposite of the direction each press of the button is making, release button,
allow display to stop flashing and then press “Temp” button to change temperature the other direction.
Standard, Economy and Sleep Heating Modes
Your new spa is equipped with a heating feature that gives you complete control of the heating system. When
the spa is powered up, it will automatically start in standard heating mode. “St” will light briefly on the main
display. In this mode, the heating system will automatically maintain the set spa temperature. In the economyheating mode, the heating system will only activate during filtration times. “Ec” will display solid if
temperature is not current and will alternate with spa temperature if measured temperature is current. Economy
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mode will heat the water to the set temperature while Sleep mode, indicated by a “SL” on the main display, will
also only activate the heater during the filtering cycles but will only heat the water to within 20°F (10°C) of the
set temperature. Like Economy mode, “SL” will display solid when temperature is not current and will
alternate with actual temperature when it is current.
NOTE: Displayed temperature will only be current after the pump has been running for at least 2 minutes.
Switching Modes
•
Press “Temp” button followed by the “Light” button.
•
Press the same sequence to switch to the next mode.
Jets
Press the “Jets” button:
•
Once to activate low speed pump.
•
Twice to activate high speed.
•
Three times to return to turn pump off.
Light
Press the “Light” button to turn on the light. Press it once again to turn the light off. All optional lighting such
as the control panel light and cabinet perimeter lighting is controlled by the “Light” button and will turn on and
off with the spa light.
Pump two for 6100 Controls only
Press the “Option” button to turn on the Pump 2 on. Press it once again to turn off the Pump 2 off.
Automatic Time outs
These features will automatically turn themselves off during periods of continuous use:
•
Low speed pump
After 4 hours
•
High speed pumps
After 15 minutes
•
Optional circulation pump
After 15 minutes
•
Optional turbo
After 15 minutes
•
Spa light
After 15 minutes
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Setting Filtration Cycles
Your spa is programmed to filter twice a day. The first cycle will begin 6 minutes after the spa is turned on and
the second cycle 12 hours later. The factory has programmed the cycle to last for 2 hours but this can be
switched to 4, 6, or 8 hours depending on your requirements. To set filtration time, turn off the power to the spa
at the time of day you would like one of the filtration cycles to begin then turn back on after 30 seconds. When
power has been restored, press the “Temp” button then the “Jets” button. Press “Temp” button again to change
the filtering cycle duration. When desired duration is selected press the “Jets” button to exit.
At the beginning of each filtering cycle the Turbo system will run for approximately 30 seconds. The low speed
pump will run for the duration of the filtering cycle and if an Ozone system is installed it will be activated.
During filtering, “FC” will appear on the main display.
Diagnostic Messages
Message
Meaning
--
Spa temperature is unknown. After pump has been running for 2 minutes temperature
will be displayed.
HH
Overheat protection (spa is shutdown) DO NOT ENTER THE WATER! One sensor
has detected 118˚F (48˚C) at the heater. Remove the spa cover and allow spa to cool
below 107˚F (42˚C). Press any button on the topside display to reset spa. If spa will not
reset after spa has cooled, turn off power for approximately 30 seconds and then turn
power back on. If display message is repeated then shut the power off to the spa and call
your dealer or service organization.
OH
Overheat protection (spa is shutdown) DO NOT ENTER THE WATER! If the spa has
reached 110˚F (43˚C), remove the spa cover to cool the water. At 107˚F (42˚C), the spa
should reset itself. If the spa does not reset, then shut the power off to the spa, wait 30
seconds and restore power to spa. If display message is repeated then shut the power off
to the spa and call your dealer or service organization.
IC
A possible ice condition exists within the spa. No action is required, the pump will
automatically activate.
SA or Sb
Spa is shut down. Spa has detected that one of the sensors is not operating properly. One
of these may display briefly during overheat then disappear when overheat situation has
been resolved. Call your dealer or service organization if message does not go away.
Sn
Sensor (Spa is shut down). The high limit or water temperature sensors are not working
correctly. Call your dealer or service organization.
HL
A difference in readings between temperature sensors has been detected indicating a
possible water flow problem. Make sure spa is filled to proper level and that pumps are
primed (water is flowing). Also check to make sure filter cartridges are clean. If
message does not reset, call your dealer or service organization.
LF
This will display on the 5th occurrence of the “HL” message in 24 hours indicating a
persistent flow problem. The heater will be shut down but other functions will continue
to operate. Follow “HL” message actions then press any button to reset.
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dr
Insufficient water flow through the heater has been detected. Spa will be shut down for
15 minutes. Check water level and fill spa if water level is low. Make sure pumps are
primed (water is flowing) and filter cartridges are clean. Press any button to reset or wait
15 minutes and spa will automatically reset. If message does not reset, call your dealer or
service organization.
dY
Insufficient water level detected in heater. This will display on the 3rd occurrence of “dr”
message. Follow directions for “dr” message and press any button to reset spa. Spa will
not automatically reset when “dY” is displayed.
SF
Safety Suction System (spa is shut down). The display will show “SF” when a vacuum
switch closes. All functions will turn off and the system will be disabled until a panel
button is pressed.
Adjustable Jets
Almost all of the jets in your spa are adjustable. Rotating the face of an adjustable jet to the left (counterclockwise) will decrease the amount of water flow through the jet. Rotating the face of an adjustable jet to the
right (clockwise) will increase the amount of water flow through the jet. (See example shown in Figure 18
below.)
NOTE: Neck jets adjust in the opposite directions (counter-clockwise to increase, clockwise to decrease).
Figure 18. Rotating an adjustable jet
Diverter Knobs
Diverter knobs are the larger knobs located around the top of your spa (Figure 19). They allow you to divert
water through jets from one side of the spa to the other, or in most cases from floor jets to wall jets. This is
accomplished by rotating the diverter knob to the left (counterclockwise), decreasing the amount of water flow
through a section of jets. To increase the amount of water flow through the other section of jets, rotate the
handle to the right (clockwise).
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Figure 19. Diverter knob
Air Venturis
Air venturis are the smaller knobs located around the top of your spa. They can also be distinguished from
diverter knobs by the arrows and the words “OFF”, “ON” and “AIR” marked on them (Figure 20). Each one
will let you add a mixture of air with the jet pressure. This is accomplished by rotating the air venturi knob to
the left (counter-clockwise) to increase the amount of airflow through the jets. To decrease the amount of
airflow through the jets, rotate the handle to the right (clockwise).
Figure 20. Air Venturis
Removing and Reseating the Pillows
You can remove the pillows for cleaning and maintenance quickly and easily. This method works for all types
of pillows.
Grab the lower edge of the pillow with both hands firmly and pull up. As you do this, the pillow inserts will pop
out of the holes. (See Figure 21.)
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Figure 21. Removing a pillow
Reseat the pillows by aligning the pillow inserts with the holes and striking the pillow hard enough to insert the
pegs back into the holes. (See Figure 22).
Figure 22. Reseating a pillow
Multi-Colored Spa Light Operation
10 Dramatic Lighting Modes
Experience each different lighting mode by turning the spa light off and on to change lighting effects:
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WHITE: Pure, bright white
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SPECTRUM SLOW DANCE: Vibrant, slow fade through all colors
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SUNBURST: Yellow and orange color swirl
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BLUE: Clear and brilliant blue
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RED: Radiant and invigorating red
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GREEN: Nature’s lush green
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MAGENTA: Rejuvenating glow of pink, blue and red
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TIDAL FADE: Fade through blues and greens
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AFTERBURNER FADE: Fade through red, orange, pink, yellow & purple
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COLOR BURST: Energetic strobe through all colors
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Operating the Multi-Colored Spa Light
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2.
3.
Turn the spa light on by pressing the “LIGHT” button on the topside control panel.
To filter through the different color choices, press the button on and off. Each time you press the button,
you advance to the next color.
To turn the spa light off when not in use, press the “LIGHT” button.
Using the Random Light Feature
1.
2.
Turn the spa light on by pressing the “LIGHT” button on the topside control panel.
Cycle through the color range twice. After the last light from the second cycle has been lit, the random
light feature turns on and the spa light cycles through each individual light.
3.
To turn the spa light off when not in use, press the “LIGHT” button.
The slow fade feature comes on right after the color white. The first color for the feature is green and then
slowly goes through the color spectrum. The last fade does the same thing as the slow fade, only faster.
Spa Cover
Important! Keep the spa covered when not in use!
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Covered spas will use less electricity in maintaining your set temperature.
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Covering your spa will protect your spa’s finish from the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
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You are required to keep the spa covered to maintain warranty coverage.
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Covering your spa helps prevent children from drowning in the spa.
See the manual enclosed with your cover for instructions on mounting the locks and how to lock and unlock the
cover.
In addition, while the spa cover is rigid, it is not designed to support any weight. Therefore, as a safety
precaution and to preserve the life of your cover, you must not sit, stand, or lie on it; nor should you place
objects of any kind on top of it.
Aromatherapy
This optional accessory is very easy to use. Unscrew the cap on the aromatherapy chamber and drop in a bag of
scented aromatherapy beads and replace the cap.
Waterfalls
Some spa series include optional waterfalls. When the booster pump is on, turn the knob near the waterfall.
Water will immediately start flowing through it.
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Keeping Fit with your Cal Spa
The fitness series spas put the fun back into fitness. This comes with everything you need for a high powered,
low impact, result achieving workout in total comfort and privacy. Plus you get a spa loaded with incredible
therapeutic seating, variable jet massage and generous control options, and the most gorgeous cabinetry on the
planet.
The fitness equipment consists of two exercise arm bars, two exercise band cords, two exercise bands and grips,
and an exercise belt (see Figure 23). This equipment attaches quickly and easily to the exercise anchors located
on the spa walls.
Figure 23. Fitness Series™ Equipment
IMPORTANT: Always consult your physician before starting any exercise activity or program. The fitness
series spas feature rubber exercise bands. When stretched, these bands create a hi-tension condition. Improper
use or failure to connect the exercise bands properly may cause injury. Always inspect all of the exercise
equipment prior to beginning any exercise. Do not use any damaged equipment
Fitness Series™ Exercise Program
Many people have never performed resistance training and/or may not fully understand the benefits of this
extremely important form of exercise for the goal of improving your health, appearance and overall confidence.
Resistance training is necessary when trying to loose body fat, maintain and improve lean muscle structure and
increase energy levels while improving flexibility.
Hydrotherapy is a remarkable way of utilizing water and heating to promote health and wellness. The majority
of people are turning back to natural methods of healing and health practices to improve their body externally,
but most of all internally. Hydrotherapy provides specific benefits for increased blood circulation,
detoxification, reduction of body fat, replenish minerals and nutrients in the body and relieve stress.
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Fitness Series™ Exercise Program
20 to 30 min. session three times a week
1.
Seated Row: An all around exercise that focuses on the muscles of the upper back, shoulders and arms.
Using the exercise bars in a seated position with your feet stable, abs tight and lower back stable. Palms
down, arms extended with elbows slightly bent. Pull towards your chest squeezing your shoulder blades to
the middle back and returning slowly to the starting position.
2.
Standing Chest Fly: An excellent upper body exercise that focuses on the muscles of the chest, shoulders
and arms. Using the exercise grips, place palms sideways facing your body with your elbows slightly bent.
Pull forward toward your body bringing hands together, squeezing and flexing chest muscles, then slowly
returning to the starting position.
3.
Standing Chest Press: Using the exercise grips, place your palms down with your elbows bent at 90 ˚.
Press forward bringing your hands together, squeezing and flexing your chest muscles, then slowly return
to the start position.
4.
Standing Shoulder Press: Using the exercise grips, place your palms facing away from your body with
your elbows bent at 90˚. Press upward bringing your hands together in front of you, above your head and
slowly return to the start position.
5.
Arm Curls: Using the exercise grips, place your hands face up with your elbows slightly bent, pull upward
towards your chin squeezing and flexing your biceps then slowly return to start position.
6.
Hydro Squats: Excellent for defining and firming the buttocks, thighs and legs. From a standing position,
slowly sink down into the water until your buttocks is level with your knees (90˚). Squeezing your
muscles tightly like sitting in a chair with abs tight and your back straight then slowly returning to
standing position.
7.
Hydro Leg Extensions: Sitting with your feet flat, knees bent (90˚) and abs tight. Lift your foot upwards
straightening the leg while squeezing and flexing the thigh muscles and slowly lowering the foot to start
position.
Important: Consult your physician before starting any exercise activity or program. The fitness series spas
feature rubber exercise bands. When stretched, these bands create a hi-tension condition. Improper use or
failure to connect the exercise bands properly may result in injury. Always inspect all exercise equipment prior
to beginning any exercise. Do not use any damaged equipment.
Warm Water Workouts
Almost any exercise that can be done on land, including walking or jogging, can be also done in water. If you
have arthritis and you're exercising in a spa you will probably focus on range-of-motion exercises that work the
toe, ankle, knee, leg, hip, hand, wrist and shoulder. The size and shape of the spa will determine the specific
types of exercises you can do in it. Following are some low impact exercises that can assist in improving
flexibility and strength.
Forward Arm Reach
With both arms, reach straight in front of you. Raise your hands overhead as high as possible, keeping your
elbows as straight as you can. If one arm is very weak, use your other arm to help raise it.
Elbow Bend
Start with your elbows as straight as possible, fingers pointing down. Bend your elbows and try to touch your
thumbs to your shoulders. Keep your elbows close to your body. You do not have to touch your shoulders. Then
relax your elbows and straighten your arms down at your sides.
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Wrist Bend
Bend both of your wrists upward and then downward. You can also exercise one wrist at a time by placing your
free hand, thumb out, under the exercising wrist. Hands and fingers should be relaxed.
Finger Curl
Curl your fingers into your palm to make a loose fist then straighten them out.
Ankle Circles
While seated, make large inward circles with your left foot, moving it from the ankle. Repeat circles in the
opposite direction. Then repeat the exercise with your right foot.
Spread Eagle
While sitting on the edge of a bath seat, straighten one knee. While holding it straight, slowly move it out to the
side. Hold it out for three seconds, then bring it back to the center and relax. Repeat these instructions with your
other leg.
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Cleaning and Maintaining Your Spa
Cleaning and Replacing the Filter
Filtration
Filtration is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure clean, clear water. Regardless of what some
people may think, it is far less expensive to fix water clarity problems by filtering your spa than by using
excessive amounts of chemicals, excessive filtration times, or by water replacement.
Cal Spas™ filtration system draws contaminated water through the exclusive Bio-Clean™ filter removing
debris from the water. It then pumps the newly cleaned water back into the spa through various jets. Spas
equipped with the optional Quest 2000 Ozonator will also receive ozone injection into the filtered water for
further protection against contaminants during filtration cycles. Filtration also ensures that chemicals are mixed
thoroughly through the water, increasing performance.
Filtration starts on electronically controlled spas as soon as the pumps are primed and water flow is steady. As
the flow of water goes through the filter, dirt and debris is removed and accumulated in the filter cartridge. As
the filter cartridge accumulates dirt and debris, water flow is restricted and jet performance is reduced. This can
cause your spa to not run or heat effectively.
Clean your filter regularly and replace as needed.
Skimmer Cleaning
The weir skimmer basket helps collect debris in your spa by trapping floating contaminants. The buoyant
skimmer door opens and closes as needed. A suction pump pulls water into the weir skimmer and collect debris
I the skimmer basket inside. You will need to clean this basket periodically to help keep your water clean.
Filter Cleaning
Your new Cal Spa has been designed for quick and easy filter maintenance. The filter cartridge should be
cleaned once a week. These instructions apply to both dual and single filtration systems (Figure 24).
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Figure 24. Dual and single filtration systems
Turn the power off at the breaker.
Remove the filter cover (if applicable) by rotating the cover counterclockwise and lifting it off..
Remove the filter basket. With some types you may need to align the flat areas on the filter basket and the
canister.
Remove the filter by pulling up and out.
Clean the filter with a garden hose as follows:
a.
Hold the filter vertically.
b. Spray the filter cartridges with a pressure nozzle, starting from the top and spraying down each pleat.
c.
Turn the filter cartridge over and repeat Step 5B.
d. Reinstall the filter cartridge in reverse order of removal.
e.
Deep clean filter cartridge every month. Use only a Cal Spas™-approved filter-cleaning chemical.
Exclusive Bio-Clean™ Filter Cartridge
The filter cartridge is designed to remove dirt, sand, minerals, phosphates, bather waste and other solids from
the spa. Unfortunately, some spa owners fail to include filter cleaning as part of their chemical maintenance
plan. Filters accumulate debris and become prime areas for bacteria growth.
The Cal Spas™ exclusive Bio-Clean™ Filter is the only antibacterial filter cartridge on the market today.
Having a filter cartridge that prevents bacteria growth is added protection for those times you forget to clean the
filter. We recommend that you only replace your spa’s filter cartridge with a Bio-Clean™ filter cartridge for
ensured protection and peace of mind.
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Water Quality Maintenance
Great spa water is easily achieved when the right chemicals and / or systems are used and the Cal Spas “Clear
Water Plan” is implemented. The key to clean, clear, and safe water is to fully understand how spa water reacts
to users, system operation and chemical use. The “Clear Water Plan” will help give you that understanding.
The first thing to understand about taking care of your spa water is that preventive actions are much easier to do
than correcting water quality issues. For this reason, we offer the “Clear Water Plan” as a simple, easy to follow
guide to clean, safe spa water.
Follow the Right Plan
You will need to decide which chemical plan or alternative sanitation option works best for your spa water.
Consult your Cal Spas dealer for the right decision with regards to your lifestyle and spa usage. Whichever plan
you decide on, follow it completely and don’t take shortcuts. These plans will provide you with clean, safe,
clear spa water with a minimum of effort.
Traditional Chemical Options
Choose from either Bromine tablets or Chlorinating granules as your sanitizer of choice. Both work well when
the appropriate “Clear Water Plan” is followed. Make sure you follow all instructions and use only Cal Spas
brand chemicals.
Alternative Sanitation Options
Cal Zone Quest 2000 Ozonator
This system automatically generates ozone gas and injects it into the spa water. Ozone gas is far superior to
chemical bromine or chlorine in sanitizing spa water. Saves replacement chemical cost and guards against
forgetting to add chemicals.
Cal Clarity Automatic Bromine Generator
This system automatically generates and releases free bromine into the spa water. No more need to add
chemical bromine tablets or chlorine granules. Saves replacement chemical cost and circumvents the need to
add chemicals on a regular basis.
Cal Inline Sanitation System
This system incorporates minerals that work continuously with low levels of Bromine to sanitize the spa while
creating water that feels soft and is crystal clear. Uses pre-filled cartridges that save on measurement hassle and
works for weeks without replacing.
Before You Begin
Before you begin a “Clear Water Plan”, you should understand that chemicals or systems alone will not take
care of your spa water. Other factors such as Filtration and Bather Load also play an important part.
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Filtration
The filter is the part of your spa that removes the debris from the water. Even though Cal Spas uses the
advanced Bio Clean filter cartridge that protects itself from bacterial growth, the filter still needs to be cleaned
on a regular basis to maximize your spa’s filtering performance and heating efficiency.
In addition to spraying off the filter weekly to remove surface debris, your filter should be deep cleaned
periodically to dissolve scale and other contaminants that get lodged deep within the filter fibers and impede the
filtration process. Even if the filter looks clean, the contaminants can clog the fibers and prevent water from
flowing through the filter resulting in the most common spa problem—no heat, caused by a dirty filter.
Filter Cleaning
• Place the dirty filter into a bucket of water deep enough to cover the filter. Add 8oz of Cal Spas “Liquid
Filter Cleaner” to the bucket of water.
• Note: It is a good idea to keep a spare filter to be deep cleaned while the regular filter is in the spa. This
way, you can rotate the filters and both will last longer.
• Soak the filter for a minimum of 24 hours.
• Remove the filter and spray clean with a water hose. Spray each pleat carefully.
• Allow filter to dry completely (a minimum of 2 days drying time is recommended).
• Reinstall filter as described in the “Clear Water Plan”.
Filtration Cycles
The filtration cycle of your spa is the process that allows the water to flow through the filter. Your spa will filter
automatically twice each day. The factory set default time for filtration is usually enough for normal use,
however heavy bather load or frequent use may require longer filtration times or more frequent filtration cycles
to keep the spa water clean. Consult your Owner’s Manual for setting your spa’s filtration times.
Bather Load
“Bather Load” is the term used to describe the number of people using a spa, combined with the length of
usage, and the frequency of usage. All these factors have a great effect on the spa water. The higher the bather
load, the more chemicals need to be added and a longer filtration time will be needed.
All versions of the Cal Spas “Clear Water Plan” are designed for spas with average bather load. (3-4 people, 15
minutes of usage, 3 times a week at 100 degrees) If your bather load exceeds these guidelines, and you
experience water quality problems, increase the amount of filtration first, (go to the next higher filtration
number) then if water quality is still not adequate, consult the advise of your Cal Spas dealer for additional
chemical or system recommendations. Be sure to give them your bather load information.
Chemical Overview
The following information is intended for use with Cal Spas chemicals only. Other brands of chemicals may
have similar names and/or usage descriptions but due to manufacturing differences, use of other chemicals can
increase the likelihood of under or over-dosing the spa chemicals. Damage to the spa or spa’s components from
improper chemicals or chemical usage is not covered under the spa’s warranty.
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Chemical Safety
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Failure to follow chemical directions may result in serious injury, sickness, or even death.
Read and follow all printed instructions listed on bottles, packages and in your owner’s manual.
Do not exceed chemical dosages as recommended in the “Clear Water Plan”, or on chemical bottles and
packages. (Most chemical instructions are figured for a 500 gallon spa however, most spas hold less than
500 gallons, consult your Owner’s Manual for the approximate gallons of your spa)
Never mix chemicals together.
Never change chemical brands or types without completely draining, flushing and thoroughly cleaning
the spa and cover first.
Always protect your eyes while introducing chemicals into the spa. Wear protective eyeglasses to
prevent powdered chemicals from blowing into the eyes or liquid chemicals from splashing into the
eyes.
In the event of overdosing a sanitizing chemical (chorine or bromine), immediately turn off the power to
the spa and drain water to a safe and approved area. Refill with fresh water and proceed with the “Clear
Water Plan” start up.
Physical Chemical Hazards
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Do not allow chemicals to come in contact with skin, eyes or clothing.
Always wear rubber gloves, protective eye wear and clothing to reduce the risk of chemical contact and
irritation.
Remove and wash clothing that may have been exposed to chemical contact prior to wearing them
again.
Inhaling or ingesting chemicals will cause serious injury, sickness, or even death.
Do not mix chemicals. Mixing chemicals together can cause dangerous chemical reactions including the
release of toxic gas, fire and explosions.
Chemical Storage
Chemicals must be stored completely out of the reach of children in an area that is well vented, cool, and dry.
Failure to provide a proper area for chemical storage may result in serious injury, sickness, fire explosion and
even death. Do not store your chemicals inside the equipment area of your spa.
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Chemical Descriptions
The following descriptions and recommendations are intended for use with Cal Spas chemicals only. Many of
these chemicals will be used with alternative sanitation systems as well.
Test Strips -- Bromine
Provides accurate spa water testing for Bromine, pH, and total Alkalinity.
For use with bromine “Clear Water Plan”
Test Strips -- Sodium Bromide
Provides accurate spa water testing for Sodium Bromide.
For use with Cal Clarity Automatic Bromine Generator “Clear Water Plan”.
Test Strips – Chlorine
Provides accurate spa water testing for Bromine, pH, and total Alkalinity.
For use with chlorine “Clear Water Plan”
Go Brom
Establishes a bromide reserve in spa water.
Use during start up.
For use with bromine “Clear Water Plan”.
Brominating Tablets
Long lasting sanitizer / disinfectant for spa water.
Add to bromine floater.
For use with bromine “Clear Water Plan”.
Chlorinating Granules
Quick acting sanitizer / disinfectant for spa water.
For use with chlorine “Clear Water Plan”.
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Oxidizer Shock
Destroys ammonia, organic contaminants, and odor causing wastes in spa water.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
Metal Protector
Helps prevent metals in water from staining spa.
Use during start up.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”
Stain And Scale Defense
Helps prevent minerals from damaging spa components.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”
Ph / Alkalinity Up
Raises pH and alkalinity levels in spa water.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”
Ph / Alkalinity Down
Raises pH and alkalinity levels in spa water.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”
Liquid Hardness Increaser
Helps reduce foaming and corrosion by increasing hardness levels in spa water.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
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Spa Brite
Helps to quickly clear up cloudy spa water.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
Foam Gone
Quickly breaks up existing foam on spa water.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”
Fast Sheen
Water based, reactive, silicone polish that seals, shines, and protects spa acrylic surfaces.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
Filter Cartridge Cleaner
Deep cleans filter cartridge. Dissolves scale and removes imbedded organic contaminants
from filter cartridge fibers.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”
Enzyme Formula
Biodegrades body oils, suntan lotions, and organic contaminants in spa water.
Do not on same day as adding Chlorine Granules.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
Multi-Purpose Cleaner
Special formula designed to clean spa surfaces without leaving foam-causing residue.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
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Vinyl And Leather Cleaner
Specifically designed to clean and protect spa covers and pillows from chemical and
ultraviolet damage. Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
Cal Balance Magnetic Water Stabilizer
Promotes clean water naturally by organizing water molecules into appositive charge.
Helps coagulate debris for improved filtration, and also traps calcium and scale into a
suspension that gives spa water a soft, silky feel.
Use with any “Clear Water Plan”.
Traditional Chemical Start Up
Prior to filling a spa for the first time, or after a routine draining, you will want to follow this start-up plan to
extend water life and performance. If you are following either the Bromine or Chlorine “Clear Water Plans”,
you will notice that both start-up processes are the same with the exception of Step 7. As with all chemical
dosages listed in these “Clear Water Plans”, start-up dosages are intended for 500-gallon spas. Please adjust the
chemical dosages to the capacity of your particular spa.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Clean surface of spa with Cal Spas “Multi-Purpose Cleaner”.
Apply a protective coat of Cal Spas “Fast Sheen” to the acrylic surface.
Fill spa to proper water level with normal tap water (Do not use soft water)
Use test strip and balance the spa water:
Adjust total alkalinity (acceptable range is 80-120ppm),
Then adjust pH if necessary. (between 7.2 to 7.8)
Pour in 16 oz of Cal Spas “Metal Protector” to center of spa.
Add either Bromine or Chlorine (According to your preferred plan)
Bromine: Add 2 oz of Cal Spas “Go Brom” to establish a bromine base.
Add 2 Cal Spas “Bromine Tablets” to Bromine Floater.
Set floater opening at #2.
Chlorine: Add two tablespoons of Cal Spas “Chorine Granules” to the spa water.
Sprinkle 2 oz of Cal Spas “Oxidizer Shock” in the center of the spa and turn on jets for 15 minutes. Leave
spa uncovered during this time.
Put cover on spa and allow to heat up to desired temperature.
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Bromine Clear Water Plan
This plan and its chemical dosages are intended for Cal Spas chemicals only. Most chemical manufacturers use
different chemical formulas and strengths. Only Cal spas chemicals are specially formulated to provide
chemical balance at lower dosages. Always read and follow printed instructions on chemical bottles and
packages.
Day One (Monday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using “Bromine Test Strips”.
Based on the Test Strip readings:
• Adjust total alkalinity first (acceptable range of 80-120 ppm)
• Then adjust the pH if needed. (range is between 7.2 to 7.8)
• Add “Bromine Tablet(s)” if needed. (Do not add more than 2)
• The recommended level of bromine is 3-5 ppm.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Add 2 oz of “Stain and Scale Defense”.
Remove dirty filter from the spa and rinse off. Allow to dry.
Place your extra clean filter cartridge back into the spa.
Vacuum debris from the bottom of your spa with the “Spa Vacuum”.
Day Two (Wednesday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using Bromine Test Strips.
Based on the Test Strip reading: Adjust total alkalinity, then the pH if needed.
Day Three (Friday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using Bromine Test Strips.
Based on the Test Strip reading:
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Adjust total alkalinity, then the pH if needed.
• Add one Bromine Tablet (if needed).
3.
4.
Add 2 oz of Oxidizer Shock to spa. Run Spa for 15 minutes with cover off.
Replace cover.
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Chlorine Clear Water Plan
This plan and its chemical dosages are intended for Cal Spas chemicals only. Most chemical manufacturers use
different chemical formulas and strengths. Only Cal spas chemicals are specially formulated to provide
chemical balance at lower dosages. Always read and follow printed instructions on chemical bottles and
packages.
Day One (Monday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using “Chlorine Test Strips”.
Based on the Test Strip readings:
• First adjust total alkalinity (acceptable range of 80-120 ppm)
• Then adjust the pH if needed. (range is between 7.2 to 7.8)
• Add 2 tablespoons of Chlorine Granules.
• The recommended level of Chlorine is 3-5 ppm.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Add 2 oz of “Stain and Scale Defense”.
Remove dirty filter from the spa and rinse off.
Place your extra clean filter cartridge back into the spa.
Vacuum debris from the bottom of your spa with the “Spa Vacuum”.
Day Two (Wednesday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using Chlorine Test Strips.
Based on the Test Strip reading: Adjust total alkalinity, then the pH if needed.
Day Three (Friday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using Chlorine Test Strips.
Based on the Test Strip reading:
• Adjust total alkalinity, then the pH if needed.
• Add 2 tablespoons of Chlorine Granules. (if needed)
3.
4.
Add 2 oz of Oxidizer Shock to spa. Run Spa for 15 minutes with cover off.
Replace cover.
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Cal Zone Quest 2000 Ozonator Clear Water Plan
This plan and its chemical dosages are intended for spas equipped
with the optional Cal Zone Quest 2000 Ozonator (portable spas only)
or Del Zone Eclipse (in-ground models only). The chemical
references are designed for Cal Spas chemicals only.
Start Up
1.
2.
3.
Follow the Spa Start Up procedures for Chlorine “Clear Water
Plan”.
Set the spa’s filtration time for “F-4”. This activates the
ozonator and produces the ozone gas. (Follow the instructions
in the owner’s manual)
Note: Filtration time may need to be increased with heavy
bather load.
Day One (Monday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using chlorine “Test Strips”. (you will need to
use a small amount of chlorine as a supplemental sanitizer)
Based on the Test Strip readings:
• First adjust total alkalinity (acceptable range of 80-120 ppm),
• Then adjust the pH if needed. (range is between 7.2 to 7.8)
• Add 1 tablespoon of Chlorine Granules.
• The recommended level of Chlorine is 1-3 ppm.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Add 2 oz of “Stain and Scale Defense”.
Remove dirty filter from the spa and rinse off.
Place your extra clean filter cartridge back into the spa.
Vacuum debris from the bottom of your spa with the “Spa
Vacuum”.
Day Two (Friday)
1.
2.
Test spa water using Chlorine Test Strips.
Based on the Test Strip reading:
• Adjust total alkalinity, then the pH if needed.
• Add 1 tablespoon of Chlorine Granules. (if needed)
3.
4.
Add 2 oz of Oxidizer Shock to spa. Run Spa for 15 minutes
with cover off.
Replace cover.
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Cal Clarity Automatic Bromine Generator Clear Water Plan
This plan and its chemical dosages
are intended for spas equipped with
the optional Cal Clarity Automatic
Bromine Generator. The chemical
references are designed for Cal
Spas chemicals only. Note:
Following these instructions is
very important to ensure proper
operation of your Cal Clarity
Automatic Bromine Generator.
Start Up
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clean surface of spa with Cal
Spas “Multi-Purpose
Cleaner”.
Apply a protective coat of
Cal Spas “Fast Sheen” to the
acrylic surface.
Fill spa to proper water level
with normal tap water (Do
not use soft water)
Use Bromine Test Strip and balance the spa water:
• Adjust total alkalinity (acceptable range is 80-120ppm),
• Then adjust pH if necessary. (between 7.2 to 7.8)
5.
6.
Pour in 16 oz of Cal Spas “Metal Protector” to center of spa.
Test for TDS (total dissolved solids, also known as conductivity)
• The ideal range is 50 to 300ppm.
• TDS / conductivity must be less than 500 to start with.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Phosphate level should be below 200ppb. Remove phosphates if necessary.
Determine the gallons capacity of the spa. Be accurate as this determines the amount of TRU BLU that
will be added. Consult your Owner’s Manual for spa gallons.
Power up the spa and make sure all the spa’s pumps are set to high speed. Turn the dial on the face of the
Cal Clarity Bromine Generator to “OFF”.
Sprinkle evenly over the surface of the spa, one 2lb bottle of TRU BLU sodium bromide per 100 US
gallons (370 liters) of water. Do Not Add Too Much!
Note: Each bottle of TRU BLU will raise TDS / conductivity amount approximately 500 ppm.
Allow spa to run for 15 minutes so the TRU BLU can dissolve completely before proceeding to the next
step.
Use Sodium Bromide Test Strips (not Bromine) and adjust sodium bromide level to 7.4 to 8.2 (equates to
1700 to 2500 ppm TDS / continuity level)
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Add 2 oz of Cal Spas “Oxidizer Shock” to help burn out impurities in fill water.
Turn the dial on the bromine generator clockwise until the LED display reads 10.
This will initiate the build up of a bromine bank.
Set the filtration cycle to “continuous” (F-C) for the first 24 hours.
Put the cover on and allow the spa to heat to desired temperature.
Adjusting The Proper Bromine Levels
1.
After start up, decrease the filtration cycle to F-4 and monitor the bromine level until it is within the
recommended range.
2.
Use bromine test strips to achieve a 3-5 ppm recommended level.
3.
Note: It can take several days for the bromine level to stabilize because the fill water that was used
sometimes contains contaminants that need to be neutralized, thereby using up the initial bromine that is
generated.
4.
Once the desired level has been achieved, turn the dial down until a maintenance setting is achieved.
5.
The common maintenance setting for an average bather load is #4.
Note: When changing the setting, use bromine test strips to determine when you have reached the level you
want.
Once A Week
1.
2.
Test spa water with bromine test strip.
Based on test strip readings:
• First, adjust alkalinity if necessary.
• Then, adjust pH if necessary.
• Increase / decrease bromine production with dial if required.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove dirty filter from the spa and rinse off.
Place your clean, extra filter cartridge back into the spa.
Add 2 oz of Cal Spas “Oxidizer Shock” to spa. Run spa for 15 minutes
Vacuum debris from the bottom of your spa with the “Spa Vacuum”.
Replace cover.
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Water Quality Maintenance
Cal Inline Sanitation System Clear Water Plan
This plan and its chemical dosages are intended for
spas equipped with the optional Cal Inline
Sanitation System. The chemical references are
designed for Cal Spas chemicals only. Note:
Following these instructions is very important to
ensure proper operation of your Cal Inline
Sanitation System.
Start Up -- First Day
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clean surface of spa with Cal Spas “MultiPurpose Cleaner”.
Apply a protective coat of Cal Spas “Fast
Sheen” to the acrylic surface.
Fill spa to proper water level with normal tap
water (Do not use soft water)
Use Bromine Test Strip and balance the spa
water:
• First, adjust total alkalinity (acceptable
range is 80-120ppm)
• Then adjust pH if necessary. (between 7.2 to 7.8)
• Pour in 16 oz of Cal Spas “Metal Protector” to center of spa.
• Sprinkle 1 oz of Cal Spas Chlorinating Granules over surface of water.
• Power up spa and allow it to heat to desired temperature.
Start Up--Next Day
Now that the spa has reached its normal operating temperature, it is time to add the pre-filled mineral cartridge
and bromine cartridge.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Turn the power off to the spa.
Take a new Cal Spas “Mineral Cartridge” and open to #6. (Hold the top of the cartridge and turn the
bottom counter clockwise)
Take a new Cal Spas “Bromine Cartridge” and open to #3 (if the spa is less than 400 gallons, open to #2)
Note: These settings are start up settings only. They may need to be adjusted up or down depending on
your spa usage.
Unscrew the Cal Inline Sanitation System Cap located on the top lip of the spa.
Grasp the handle of the cartridge holder and turn counter-clockwise then pull up.
Remove the cartridge holder and discard spent cartridges (if any)
Snap the Bromine Cartridge into the bottom portion of the holder and the Mineral Cartridge into the top
portion of the holder. (make sure the cartridges go into the correct position as over-bromination will occur
if they are switched).
Line up the arrow on the top of the cartridge holder with the arrow on the top of the system.
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9.
10.
11.
Lower the holder containing the cartridges down into the system until the tabs on the holder line up with
the tabs on the system. Rotate the cartridge holder clockwise until it stops. (To ensure a locked position,
attempt to pull the holder up. If it stays in place, the lock is secure)
Screw cap back on. Do not over-tighten.
Power spa back up and set to desired temperature.
Once A Week
1.
2.
Test water using Bromine Test Strips.
Based on the Test Strip readings:
• First, adjust total alkalinity. (acceptable range of 80-120 ppm)
• Then, adjust the pH if needed. (between 7.2 to7.8)
• Check level of Bromine. (Maintain bromine at 1-2 ppm.)
• Note: adjust bromine cartridge setting up or down if needed.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Add 2 oz of Cal Spas “Stain and Scale Defense”.
Add 2 oz of Cal Spas “Oxidizer Shock”. Run spa for 15 minutes on High speed.
Remove dirty filter from the spa and rinse off. Set aside to dry.
Place your clean, extra filter cartridge back into the spa.
Vacuum debris from the bottom of your spa with the “Spa Vacuum”.
Replace cover.
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Water Quality Maintenance
Maintenance
Regardless of which “Clear Water Plan” you are using, you should also do the following:
Every Month
1.
2.
3.
4.
Deep clean your spa’s filter. (Follow “filter cleaning” instruction at beginning of “Clear Water Plan”)
Check inside the equipment area for leaks, rodents, and insects.
If a leak is discovered, contact your Cal Spas dealer for service.
If you see evidence of rodents or insects, take necessary actions to remove them and precautions to
prevent them from returning.
Every 3 To 4 Months
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Drain and clean your spa with “Multi-Purpose Cleaner”.
Polish the acrylic surface with “Fast Sheen”.
Clean and treat spa cover, pillows, and Cal Select cabinet (if equipped) with “Cover Protector”.
When re-filling your spa, follow your specific “Clear Water Plan” Start Up procedures.
If you are using the Cal Clarity Automatic Bromine Generator Clear Water Plan, don’t forget to add new
TRU BLU sodium bromide to the water.
If you use the Cal Inline Sanitation System “Clear Water Plan”, don’t forget to replace the Mineral and
Bromine Cartridges.
Once A Year
1.
Clean and treat redwood spa cabinets and gazebos with “Nu-Spa Redwood Stain Renew and Brightner”.
2.
If you use the Cal Zone Quest 2000 Ozonator, you will need to replace the ozone cartridge.
Check the filter cartridge pleats. If they are frayed, replace the cartridge.
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Appendix
Appendix
Replacement Parts
Jets
PLU21703429
(SJW)5", POWER STORM JET
W/DRK EYEBALL
PLU21703432
(MFW) 3.25", STORM JET, MICRO
FLOW W/DRK EYEBALL,
PLU21703430
(MFLW) 4.25", STORM JET, MAXI
FLOW W/ DRK EYEBALL,
PLU21703433
(MSRW) 3", STORM JET, MICRO
SWIRL W/DRK EYEBALL,
PLU21703421
PLU21703422
CXLW 6.5” POWER STORM JET
DIRECTIONAL,
MJLW 6.5", POWER STORM JET,
DIRECTIONAL,
PLU21703424
SXW 5.5", POWER STORM JET,
SWIRLEY
PLU21703427
MNW 2.5", NECK JET, (QUAD
BLASTER)
PLU21700565
SW, STREAM (SWIM) JET
COMPLETE
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PLU21703425
CXW 5.5". POWER STORM JET,
DIRECTIONAL
PLU21703428
TW, 4.75", POWER SWIM JET
TORNADO
PLU21703431
(MFRW) 3.25", STORM JET, MAXI
FLOW W/DRK EYEBALL,
PLU21703420
INTERNAL CLUSTER STORM,
PULSATOR, [EURO]
PLU21703423
MJW 5.5", POWER STORM JET,
DIRECTIONAL
PLU21703426
SFW 5.5", POWER STORM JET,
SURE-FLO
PLU21700818
OZONE INJECTOR JET
LU21703630
(MFLW) 4.25", STORM JET, MAXI
FLOW W/SS ESC & DRK EYEBALL,
MJLW 6.5", POWER STORM JET
W/SS ESC, DIRECTIONAL,
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Appendix
PLU21703631
PLU21703632
(MFW) 3.25", STORM JET, MICRO
FLOW W/SS ESC & DRK
EYEBALL,
(MSRW) 3” STORM JET, MICRO
SWIRL W/SS ESC & DRK EYEBALL
PLU21703621
PLU21703622
PLU21703623
EP 2", INT. CLUSTER STORM,
[EURO], SS W/MTL ESC
CXLW 6.5” POWER STORM JET
W/SS ESC DIRECTIONAL
SXRW 5.5", POWER STORM JET
W/SS ESC, DIRECTIONAL,
PLU21703624
PLU21703625
PLU21703626
CXW 5.5", POWER STORM JET
W/SS ESC, DIRECTIONAL
MJLW 5.5", POWER STORM JET
W/SS ESC, DIRECTIONAL,
SFW 5.5", STORM JET W/SS ESC,
SURE-FLO,
PLU21703627
PLU21703628
PLU21703629
(MFRW) 3.25", STORM JET, MAXI
FLOW W/SS ESC & DRK
EYEBALL,
MNW 2.75", NECK JET W/SS ESC,
QUAD BLASTER,
TW 4.75",, POWER SWIM JET
W/SS ESC TORNADO,
PLU21700378
VENT, 1" AIR CONTROL SILVER,
TEARDROP (2 TONE) , 05'
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PLU21300062
DIVERTER VALVE 2" (2 WAY)
SILVER, TEARDROP HANDLE (2
TONE)
PLU21300052
DIVERTER VALVE 1"( 2 WAY)
SILVER, TEARDROP HANDLE (2
TONE)
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Appendix
Pillows
ACC01400884
QUAD BLASTER PILLOW
ACC01400886
NECK PILLOW, INFINITY
ACC01400874
NECK JET/ BLASTER PILLOW
ACC01400864
STD PILLOW, #965
RECTANGULAR
ACC01400479
PILLOW, FLOATING, GREY
ACC01400481
BOOSTER SEAT, GREY
Drains
PLU21400132
PLU21400065
PLU21400195
PLU21400196
PLU21400197
OZO18300005
MAIN DRAIN - SUPER HI FLO SUCTION 2" SILVER
HI FLO SUCTION SILVER 1 1/2"BOTTOM DRAIN OZONE FITTINGBOTTOM DRAIN WALL FITTINGBOTTOM DRAIN STAR SUCTION COVER
BOTTOM DRAIN-FILTRATION RETURN ASSY
Waterfalls
PLU21800618
PLU21800611
PLU21800614
WATERFALL SILVER
WATERFALL SILVER, 4 PORT LED
S/S WARTERFALLH-SERIES, SUB ASSY, WATERFALL, (4 PORT LED)
Lights
LIT16100153
LIT16000151
LIT16000100
LIT16100155
LIT16100156
WALLFITTING, CLEAR LENS CAP, JUMBO SPA LIGHT, 5"
LIGHT MINI 2-1/2 DIA
LIGHT INGROUND 100W 120V 30'
RED LENS INSERT, JUMBO SPA LIGHT
BLUE LENS INSERT, JUMBO SPA LIGHT,
Filters
FIL11100190
FIL11100191
FIL11100193
FIL11100125
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FILTER CARTRIDGE, 50 SQ FT. ANTI-BACTERIAL RED
FILTER CARTRIDGE, 75 SQ FT. ANTI-BACTERIAL WHITE
FILTER CARTRIDGE, 35 SQ FT. ANTI-BACTERIAL WHITE
FILTER CARTRIDGE CAL 75 SQ" 10 1/16 X 15 1/6 (REMOTE EQUIPMENT)
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Appendix
Pumps
PUM22000951
PUM22000941
PUM22000031
PUM22000916
PUM22000952
PUM22200051
PUM22000075
PUM22000745
PUM22000802
PUM22000977
PUM22100944
PUM22000973
PUM22000531
BLO05000085
PLU21100160
PUMP, 5.0 HP 2 SP SWITCHLESS, DBL SEAL 240V
PUMP 6.0 HP 2SP 145T DBL SEAL, SWITCHLESS 2" 240V
PUM 1.5 HP 2 SP 2" WET END 120V PUMP DUALLY, DBL SEAL SWITCHLESS 2" ULTIMA-240V
PUMP 1.0 HP ATS – 240V
PUMP, 1.5 BHP DUALLY GE-56 FRAME, DBL SEAL-120V
DYNA-MAX PUMP, 2.5 HP 2 SPEED 240V
PUMP, SPECK 4 HP 2 SP W/O TRAP 240V
PUMP 5BHP 2 SPEED INTERNATIONAL 50 HZ 230V
24 HOUR FILTRATION PUMP ASSEMBLY 240V
SPA CAL FILTRATION CIRC PUMP 240V
24 HOUR FILTRATION PUMP ASSY INTERNATIONAL 50 HZ 230V
SPA CAL FILTRATION CIRC PUMP INTERNATIONAL 50 HZ 230V
BLOWER W/CORD COMPLETE 1.5 HP 240V 3.5 AMPS
CHECK VALVE 1 ¼ lb.
LED Lights
LIT16100157
LIT16100160
LIT16100162
LIT16100163
LIT16100164
LIT16100165
LIT16100166
LIT16100167
LED (12EA) SPA LIGHT ASSEMBLY
LED (9 EA) FOR SPA LIGHT AREA #LSL9-S
LED CABLE HARNESS 6' LED TO LED 4 WIRE
LED CABLE HARNESS - 8' LED TO LED 4 WIRE
LED CABLE HARNESS FOR SPA LIGHT
LED CABLE HARNESS-3' LED TO LED 4 WIRE
RUBBER SEALING GROMMET LED SPA LIGHT
ROUND LED LIGHT LENS ASSEMBLY
Cover Lifts
ACC01600116
ACC01600117
COVER LIFT KIT, BOTTOM MOUNTING
COVER LIFT ADJUSTABLE(top mount)
Hand Rails
FIX12400002
FIX12400003
SWIVEL HAND RAIL
SWIVEL HAND RAIL (BLACK)
Filter Lids
FIL11300252
FIL11300253
FILTER LID, DUAL
FILTER LID, SINGLE
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Appendix
Covers
Basic Rust
Part No.
Description
Series
ACC01000592
ACC01000594
ACC01000596
ACC01000598
ACC10000927
ACC01000960
ACC01000963
ACC01000966
ACC01000930
ACC01000572
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
FF-100/150
V-200/300
CP-22/36, CT-22/36, V-400/500/700/800
C-22/36: M, A, S, R, BA, V-600, V-850
CV-22
CB-22, FF-90
CK-22, FF-390
CO-22, FF-190
CJ-22
CD-22
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
BASIC RD
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
Basic Grey
Part No.
Description
Series
ACC01000593
ACC01000595
ACC01000597
ACC01000599
ACC01000928
ACC01000961
ACC01000964
ACC01000967
ACC01000931
ACC01000573
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
FF-100/150
V-200/300
V-400/500/700/800, CP-22/36, CT-22/36
V-600/850, C-22/ 36: M, A, S, R, BA
CV-22
CB-22, FF-90
CK-22, FF-390
CO-22, FF-190
CJ-22
CD-22
COVER BASIC RD
COVER, BASIC
COVER BASIC
COVER BASIC
COVER BASIC
COVER BASIC
COVER BASIC
COVER BASIC
COVER BASIC
COVER BASIC
Basic Slate
Part No.
Description
Series
ACC01000602
ACC01000603
ACC01000604
ACC01000605
ACC01000929
ACC01000962
ACC01000965
ACC01000968
ACC01000932
ACC01000574
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
FF-100/150
V-200/300
V-400/500/700/800, CP-22/36, CT-22/36
V-600/850, C-22/36: M, A, S, R, BA
CV-22
CB-22, FF-90
CK-22, FF-390
CO-22, FF-190
CJ-22
CD-22
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COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
BASIC
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Appendix
Standard Rust 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACC01200408
ACC01200560
ACC01200400
ACC01200410
ACC01200420
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
ACC01200430
ACC01200450
ACC01200440
SPA COVER STD
SPA COVER STD
SPA COVER STD
J-501
H-901
S-704
J-503, 505, 506 S-703, 706, H-903, 704, 705, 706, 708
C- A, C, M, LBA, J-507, J-508, S-707, S-708, H-903, 904, 905, 906,
907, 908
CD-51
CN-36/51, S-709
CE-36/51
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
STD
STD
STD
STD
STD
Standard Grey 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACC01200409
ACC01200561
ACC01200401
ACC01200411
ACC01200421
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
ACC01200431
ACC01200451
ACC01200441
SPA COVER STD
SPA COVER STD
SPA COVER STD
J-501
H-901
S-704
C-P, C-T, J-503, J-505, J-506, S-703, S-706
C- A, C, M, LBA, J-507, J-508, S-707, S-708, H-903, 904, 905, 906,
907, 908
CD-51
CN-36/51, S-709
CE-36/51
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
STD
STD
STD
STD
STD
Standard Slate 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACC01200510
ACC01200562
ACC01200402
ACC01200412
ACC01200422
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
ACC01200432
ACC01200452
ACC01200444
SPA COVER STD
SPA COVER STD
SPA COVER STD
J-501
H-901
S-704
C-P,C-T,J-503,J-505,J-506, S-703, S-706
C- A, C, M, LBA, J-507, J-508, S-707, S-708, H-903, 904, 905, 906,
907, 908
CD-51
CN-36/51, S-709
CE-36/51
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
STD
STD
STD
STD
STD
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Appendix
Deluxe Rust 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACU02200210
ACU02200220
ACU02200364
ACU02200320
ACU02200240
ACU02200250
ACU02200260
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
ACU02200270
ACU02200290
ACU02200280
ACU02200310
ACU02200330
ACU02200340
ACU02001155
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
C-B
C-K
J-501
C-O
C – V , S-704
C-P,C-T,J-503,J-505,J-506, S-703, S-706
C- A, C, M, LBA, J-507, J-508, S-707, S-708, H-903, 904, 905, 906,
907, 908, GX49
C-D
C – N, S-709
C-E
C-R
C-A
DI-406
CHAMPION
Deluxe Grey 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACU02200211
ACU02200221
ACU02200365
ACU02200321
ACU02200241
ACU02200251
ACU02200261
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
ACU02200271
ACU02200291
ACU02200281
ACU02200311
ACU02200331
ACU02200343
ACU02200341
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL 5-3 SMOKE
UL
C-B
C-K
J-501
C-O
C – V, S-704
C-P, C-T, J503, J505, J506, S703, S706
C- A, C, M, LBA, J-507, J-508, S-707, S-708, H-903, 904, 905, 906,
907, 908, GX-49
C-D
C – N, S-709
C-E
C-R
C-A
DI-405
DI-406
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Appendix
Deluxe Slate 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACU02200216
ACU02200225
ACU02200368
ACU02200325
ACU02200246
ACU02200256
ACU02200266
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
ACU02200275
ACU02200295
ACU02200285
SPA COVER UL
SPA COVER UL
SPA COVER UL
C-B
C-K
J-501
C-O
C – V, S-704
C-P,C-T,J-503,J-505,J-506, S-703, S-706
C- A,C,M,LBA, J-507,J-508, S-707, S-708,
H903,904,905,906,907,908, GX-49
C-D
C – N, S-709
C-E
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
Deluxe Teal 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACU02200212
ACU02200222
ACU02200369
ACU02200242
ACU02200252
ACU02200262
ACU02200272
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
ACU02200292
ACU02200282
SPA COVER UL
SPA COVER UL
C-B
C-K
J-501
C-O
C – V, S-704
C-P, C-T, J-503, J-505, J-506, S-703, S-706
C- A, C, M, LBA, J-507, J-508, S-707, S-708, H-903, 904, 905, 906,
907, 908, GX-49
C–D
C – N, S-709
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
COVER
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
UL
Deluxe Navy 5 to 3
Part No.
Description
Series
ACU02200213
ACU02200223
ACU02200370
ACU02200323
ACU02200243
ACU02200253
ACU02200263
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
SPA
ACU02200273
ACU02200293
ACU02200283
SPA COVER UL
SPA COVER UL
SPA COVER UL
C-B
C-K
J-501
C-O
S-704
C-P, C-T, J-503, J-505, J-506, S-703, S-706
C- A, C, M, LBA, J-507, J-508, S-707, S-708, H-903, 904, 905, 906,
907, 908, GX-49
C–D
C – N, S-709
C–E
COVER
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Cabinets
Color codes for all cabinets
Cal Select
Redwood
-R
-G
Red
Grey
(R)
(G)
(S)
(N)
(C)
Red
Grey
Smoke
Natural
Cedar
Stone Cabinet
[G]
[S]
[M]
[P]
Gold Stone
Slate Stone
Mocha Stone
Platinum Stone
Family Fun Series
Cal Wood (Red Stained)
Door
Front Access
Round Corner
Side Panel
Back Panel
Complete Set
FF-90
WOO27513054-R WOO27513055-R WOO27504382-R
WOO27513056-R WOO27513057-R WOO27513053-R
FF-390
WOO27513051-R WOO27513203-R WOO27504382-R
WOO27513204-R WOO27513202-R WOO27500405-R
WOO27513205-R WOO27513207-R
FF-190
WOO27500486-R WOO27500487-R N/A
WOO27500485-R N/A
WOO27500404-R
FF-100/150
WOO27500484-R N/A
WOO27500402-R N/A
WOO27500403-R
N/A
Cal Select
FF-90
WOO27513342( ) WOO27513363( ) WOO27513324( )
WOO27513428( ) WOO27513310( ) WOO27517523( )
FF-390
WOO27513343( ) WOO27513367( ) WOO27513333( )
WOO27513414( ) WOO27513432( ) WOO27517528( )
WOO27513418( ) WOO27513425( )
FF-190
WOO27513491( ) WOO27513581( ) N/A
WOO27513474( ) N/A
WOO27500351( )
FF100/150
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Victory Series
Cal Wood (Standard Panels)
V-200
WOO27513051-
WOO27513049-
WOO27504382-
WOO27513052-
N/A
WOO27513050-
V-300
WOO27513051-
WOO27513049-
WOO27504382-
WOO27513052-
N/A
WOO27513050-
V-400
WOO27513044-
WOO27513045-
WOO27518761-
WOO27513043-
N/A
WOO27513042-
V-500
WOO27513044-
WOO27513045-
WOO27518761-
WOO27513043-
N/A
WOO27513042-
V-600
WOO27513044-
WOO27513048-
WOO27518761-
WOO27513047-
N/A
WOO27513046-
V-700
WOO27513044-
WOO27513045-
WOO27518761-
WOO27513043-
N/A
WOO27513042-
V-800
WOO27513044-
WOO27513045-
WOO27518761-
WOO27513043-
N/A
WOO27513042-
V-850
WOO27513044-
WOO27513048-
WOO27518761-
WOO27513047-
N/A
WOO27513046-
Cal Select (Optional Panel)
V-200
WOO27513343( ) WOO27513371( ) WOO27513333( )
WOO27513427( ) N/A
WOO27517568( )
V-300
WOO27513343( ) WOO27513371( ) WOO27513333( )
WOO27513427( ) N/A
WOO27517568( )
V-400
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
V-500
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
V-600
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
V-700
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
V-800
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
V-850
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
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Journey Series
Cal Select
Door
Front Access
Round Corner
Side Panel
Back Panel
Complete Set
J-501
WOO27513354( ) WOO27513386( ) WOO27513333( )
WOO27513444( ) WOO27513316( ) WOO27517558( )
J-502
WOO27513347( ) WOO27513387( ) WOO27513327( )
WOO27513446( ) WOO27513318( ) WOO27517557( )
J-503
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
J-504
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517561( )
J-505
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
J-506
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
J-507
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
J-508
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517554( )
WOO27517570( )
Stone Cabinet
J-501
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
J-502
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
J-503
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
J-504
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
J-505
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
J-506
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
J-507
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
J-508
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
Signature Series
Cal Select
S-702
WOO27513342( ) WOO27513369( ) WOO27513324( )
WOO27513432( ) WOO27513421( ) WOO27517525( )
S-703
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
S-704
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513437( ) WOO27513442( ) WOO27517686( )
S-705
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) WOO27513442( ) WOO27517596( )
S-706
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
S-707
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
S-708
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
S-709
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513435( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517529( )
WOO27517570( )
Stone Cabinet
S-702
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
S-703
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
S-704
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
S-705
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
S-706
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
S-707
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
S-708
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
S-709
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Home Series
Cal Select
Door
H-901-1
Front Access
Round Corner
WOO27513586( )
Side Panel
Back Panel
Complete Set
WOO27513587( ) WOO27513589( ) WOO27513595( )
H-902
WOO27513690( WOO27513588( )
)
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
H-903
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
H-904
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
H-905
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
H-906
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
H-907
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
H-908
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
N/A
WOO27513452( ) WOO27513442( ) WOO27517596( )
Stone Cabinet
H-901
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
H-902
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
H-903
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
H-904
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
H-905
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
H-906
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
H-907
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
H-908
WOO27519200[ ] N/A
WOO27519210 [ ] N/A
N/A
WOO27519208 [ ]
Infiniti Series
Redwood
I-600
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
I-601
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
I-602
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
I-603
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
I-604
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
Cal Select
I-600
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
I-601
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
I-602
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
I-603
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
I-604
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
Stone Cabinet
I-600
N/A
N/A
N/A
I-601
N/A
N/A
N/A
I-602
N/A
N/A
N/A
I-603
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
N/A
I-604
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
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Classic 22 Series
Redwood
Door
Front Access
Round Corner
Side Panel
Back Panel
Complete Set
CP-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
CT-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
CV-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27501562-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
WOO27501642-
WOO27504203-
CA-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CBA-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CM-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CD-22
WOO27504334-
WOO27518821-
WOO27518741-
WOO27518921-
N/A
CS-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27504356W/ TOP RAIL
WOO27517489-
CR-22
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CB-22
WOO27504336-
WOO27502922-
WOO27504382-
WOO27502962-
WOO27502782-
WOO27517690-
CK-22
WOO27504333-
WOO27504402-
WOO27504382-
WOO27500260-
N/A
WOO27504602WOO27504622N/A
WOO27504602-
CO-22
WOO27504662WOO27504642WOO27500400-
CJ-22
WOO27504322-
WOO27519802-
WOO27519804-
WOO27519803-
WOO27504322-
WOO27519801-
WOO27500342-
Cal Select
CP-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
CT-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
CV-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513379( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) WOO27513437( ) WOO27517534( )
CA-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CBA-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CM-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CD-22
WOO27513356( ) WOO27513392( ) WOO27513335( )
WOO27513454( ) N/A
CS-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517539( )
W/ TOP RAIL
WOO27517575( )
CR-22
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CB-22
WOO27513342( ) WOO27513363( ) WOO27513324( )
WOO27513428( ) WOO27513310( ) WOO27517523( )
CK-22
WOO27513343( ) WOO27513367( ) WOO27513333( )
CO-22
WOO27513491( ) WOO27513581( ) N/A
WOO27513414( ) WOO27513432( ) WOO27517528( )
WOO27513418( ) WOO27513425( )
WOO27513474( ) N/A
WOO27500351( )
CJ-22
WOO27513354( ) WOO27513386( ) WOO27513333( )
WOO27513316( ) WOO27513444( ) WOO27517558( )
Stone Cabinet
CP-22
WOO27519250[ ]
CT-22
WOO27519250[ ]
CV-22
CA-22
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CBA-22
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CM-22
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
CS-22
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519200[ ]
N/A
CR-22
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519200[ ]
N/A
CB-22
N/A
N/A
N/A
CJ-22
N/A
N/A
N/A
CK-22
N/A
N/A
N/A
CO-22
N/A
N/A
N/A
CD-22
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Classic 36 Series
Redwood
Door
Front Access
Round Corner
Side Panel
Back Panel
Complete Set
CP-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
CT-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
CA-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CBA-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CD-36
WOO27504334-
WOO27518821-
WOO27518741-
WOO27518921-
N/A
CM-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27504356W/ TOP RAIL
WOO27517489-
CR-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CS-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CN-36
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518940-
WOO27500226-
CE-36
WOO27504334-
WOO27518821-
WOO27518741-
WOO27501642WOO27501643WOO27501622WOO27501630-
WOO27518921-
WOO27517590W/ TOP RAIL
Cal Select
CP-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
CT-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
CA-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CBA-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CD-36
WOO27513356( ) WOO27513392( ) WOO27513335( )
WOO27513454( ) N/A
CM-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517539( )
W/ TOP RAIL
WOO27517575( )
CR-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CS-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CN-36
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513435( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517529( )
CE-36
WOO27513356( ) WOO27513392( ) WOO27513335( )
WOO27513312( ) WOO27513454( ) WOO27517544( )
W/ TOP RAIL
Smoke Cabinet
CP-36
CT-36
CA-36
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CBA-36
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CD-36
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CM-36
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CR-36
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CS-36
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CN-36
CE-36
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Classic 51 Series
Redwood
Door
Front Access
Round Corner
Side Panel
Back Panel
Complete Set
CP-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
CT-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27516289-
WOO27518761-
WOO27516381-
N/A
WOO27515143-
CA-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CBA-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
CM-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27518840-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518940-
N/A
WOO27515646-
CD-36
WOO27504334-
WOO27518821-
WOO27518741-
WOO27518921-
N/A
WOO27504356W/ TOP RAIL
CS-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27518840-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518940-
N/A
WOO27515646-
CR-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27518840-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518940-
N/A
WOO27515646-
CN-51
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518940-
WOO27500226-
CE-51
WOO27504334-
WOO27518821-
WOO27518741-
WOO27501642WOO27501643WOO27501622WOO27501630-
WOO27518921-
WOO27517590-
Cal Select
CP-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
CT-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513375( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513442( ) N/A
WOO27517570( )
CA-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CBA-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CM-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CD-51
WOO27513356( ) WOO27513392( ) WOO27513335( )
WOO27513454( ) N/A
CS-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517539( )
W/ TOP RAIL
WOO27517575( )
CR-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
CN-51
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513435( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517529( )
CE-51
WOO27513356( ) WOO27513392( ) WOO27513335( )
WOO27513312( ) WOO27513454( ) WOO27517544( )
W/ TOP RAIL
Stone Cabinet
CP-51
CT-51
CA-51
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CBA-51
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CM-51
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CD-51
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CS-51
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CR-51
WOO27519200[ ]
WOO27519210[ ]
WOO27519208[ ]
CN-51
CE-51
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Aqua Series
Redwood
Door
Front Access
Round Corner
Side Panel
Back Panel
Complete Set
SQ-400
WOO27504300-
WOO27518680-
WOO27514360-
WOO27518780-
N/A
WOO27517593-
SQ-500
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
SQ-700
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
SQ-800
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
SQ-92
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
SQ-88
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27518942-
N/A
WOO27517489-
SQ-43
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27501642WOO27501643-
WOO27518940-
WOO2750026-
SQ-63
WOO27504330-
WOO27518842-
WOO27518761-
WOO27501642WOO27501643-
WOO27518940-
WOO2750026-
Cal Select
SQ-400
WOO27513343( ) WOO27513371( ) WOO27513333( )
WOO27513427( ) N/A
WOO27517568( )
SQ-500
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-700
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-800
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-92
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-88
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-43
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513435( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517529( )
SQ-63
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513435( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517529( )
Stone Cabinet
SQ-400
WOO27513343( ) WOO27513371( ) WOO27513333( )
WOO27513427( ) N/A
WOO27517568( )
SQ-500
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-700
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-800
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-92
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-88
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
SQ-43
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513435( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517529( )
SQ-63
WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513435( ) WOO27513452( ) WOO27517529( )
Galaxy Series
Stainless Steel
GX-49
WOO27519300
WOO27519310
N/A
WOO27519311
Cal Select
GX-49
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WOO27513350( ) WOO27513377( ) WOO27513329( )
WOO27513452( ) N/A
WOO27517575( )
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Appendix
Ultimate Series
Redwood
Door
Front Access
Round Corner
SKS24
N/A
WOO27500128-
WOO27510635-
SKS25
SKS47
WOO27510634-
WOO27510633-
WOO27510635-
Side Panel
Back Panel
Port Panel
WOO27500136WOO27500137WOO27510630WOO27510631-
WOO27510636-
WOO27510632-
WOO27500116-
WOO27510632-
WOO27517991-
WOO27510636-
Complete Set
Cal Select
SKS24
SKS25
SKS47
N/A
WOO27500396( ) WOO27500367( ) WOO27500393(
WOO27500390(
WOO27500361( ) WOO27500364( ) WOO27500367( ) WOO27500370(
WOO27500373(
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)
)
WOO27500376( )
WOO27500381( ) WOO27517995( )
WOO27500376( )
WOO27500381( ) WOO27517992( )
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Appendix
Cal Spas™ Chemicals
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Appendix
2006 Warranty Information
See your Cal Spas™ dealer for a copy of the applicable warranty, details, and any questions you may have
regarding the warranty coverage on your spa.
Warranty Limitations
The 2006 Limited Warranty is void if the spa has been subject to negligence, alteration, misuse, abuse, repairs
by non-C.A.I. authorized representatives, incorrect electrical installation, acts of God and any other cases
beyond the control of C.A.I. Examples of common acts invalidating this warranty include, but are not limited
to:
•
Use of spa in a non-residential application.
•
Scratches caused by normal use.
•
Operation of spas water temperature out of the normal operating range of 32˚F (0°C) to 118˚F (47.8°C).
•
Damage caused by incorrect water level (low, overflow, etc.).
•
Damage caused by extreme weather conditions (hot, cold, etc.).
•
Damage caused by dirt, sand and calcium.
•
Damage caused by clogged filter cartridges. See filter cleaning recommendations in this Owner’s Manual.
•
Damage caused by continued operation of this spa with either a known or an unknown problem.
•
Damage caused by tri-chlor, acids, chlorine tablets, and any other spa chemicals not authorized by C.A.I.
•
Damage caused by improper water chemistry. (High levels of chlorine, bromine, calcium, pH and other
excessive chemical levels.)
•
Damage caused by direct sunlight. Spas should always be covered when not in use.
•
Damage caused as a result of failure to follow operating instructions as defined within this Owner’s Manual.
•
Damage caused by incorrect electrical installation, electrical brownout, voltage spikes, or operation of spa
out of voltage range by more than ±10%.
•
Spas improperly installed in-ground or placed on non-approved surfaces.
The Limited Warranty applies only to spas normally used for personal, family or household purposes.
Warranty Exclusions
Replaceable service items such as filters, pump seals, light bulbs, ozonator cartridge, pillows, jet inserts, spa
covers, and filter covers are specifically excluded from the limited warranty.
Spa covers and stereo systems are delivered with their own manufacturer’s warranty. For more info, please see
their warranties in the owner’s information package that was delivered with your spa for more information.
Customer Service
For customer service, contact the authorized selling dealer immediately. If you need additional information and
assistance, please contact the C.A.I. Customer Relations Department at 1462 East Ninth Street, Pomona, CA
91766, or call 909-623-8781.
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Please make a record of the following.
It will be valuable if service is required.
Cal Spa Model:
Cal Spa Serial Number:
Date Purchased:
Date Installed:
Cal Spa Dealer’s Phone Number:
Cal Spa Dealer’s Address:
C.A.I. Customer Service Department
1462 East Ninth Street
Pomona, CA 91766
Toll Free: 1-800-CAL-SPAS
Fax: 1-909-629-3890
www.calspas.com
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