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Dimension One Spas - Aquatic Fitness System Owner’s Manual
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Table of Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................................................................... 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (CANADA) (CSA SAFETY INFORMATION) ............................. 2
HYPERTHERMIA ......................................................................................................................................... 3
SAFETY DO’S AND DON’TS....................................................................................................................... 3
DANGER SIGN............................................................................................................................................. 4
USING THE “POOL-SIDE” CONTROL PANEL .......................................................................................... 8
PROGRAMMING THE FILTER CYCLE..................................................................................................... 10
USING THE SPA SIDE OF THE “DUAL TEMP” MODEL......................................................................... 12
OPERATION OF THE SPA ........................................................................................................................ 12
MESSAGES THAT APPEAR IN THE DISPLAY WINDOW....................................................................... 14
HYDROSPORT™ SWIM SYSTEM ............................................................................................................. 17
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................... 17
USING THE SWIM TETHER ...................................................................................................................... 17
USING THE SWIM KICK BAR ................................................................................................................... 18
USING THE SWIM JETS............................................................................................................................ 18
OPTIONAL HYDROSPORT™ ROWING SYSTEM .................................................................................... 19
INSTALLING THE ROWING SYSTEM ...................................................................................................... 19
ROWING FOR THE FIRST TIME ............................................................................................................... 20
CONNECTING THE HYDROSPORT™ BODY BELT ................................................................................ 21
CONNECTING THE HYDROSPORT™ D-HANDLES ................................................................................ 21
CONNECTING THE HYDROSPORT™ BAR STRAPS.............................................................................. 21
HYDROSPORT™ EXERCISE BARS ......................................................................................................... 22
INSTALLING THE STATIONARY EXERCISE BARS ............................................................................... 22
HYDROSPORT™ AQUATIC FITNESS BAR ............................................................................................. 22
INSTALLING THE AQUATIC FITNESS BAR............................................................................................ 22
ROUTINE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................. 23
DRAINING YOUR SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................... 23
FILTER CLEANING.................................................................................................................................... 23
LIGHT REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................. 23
SURFACE CARE........................................................................................................................................ 24
SPECIAL COLD WEATHER INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................... 24
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ................................................................................................................... 26
HEATING SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................... 26
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM.............................................................................................................................. 26
WATER SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................................... 26
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM ................................................................................................................... 27
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
Installation and use of this equipment requires the user to always follow safety precautions including:
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Risk of Accidental Drowning. Exercise extreme caution to prevent unsupervised children going
near the Aquatic Fitness System. Children should not use the Aquatic Fitness System without
adult supervision.
Risk of Serious Injury or Death. If you need to replace the suction fitting or pump make sure
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that the flow rates are compatible. Never operate the Aquatic Fitness System if the suction fittings
are broken or missing. Never replace a suction fitting with one rated less than the flow rate
marked on the original suction fitting.
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Risk of Electric Shock. Install at least 5 FEET (1.5 m), from all metal surfaces. As an alternative,
the Aquatic Fitness System may be installed within 5 feet of metal surfaces if each metal surface is
permanently connected by a minimum No. 8 AWG (8.4 mm2) solid copper conductor attached to
the wire connector on the grounding lug, inside the equipment compartment on the equipment can.
Risk of Electric Shock. Do not permit any electrical appliance, such as a light, telephone, radio,
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television, etc. within 5 feet (1.5 m) of the Aquatic Fitness System. Never operate any electrical
appliances from inside the Aquatic Fitness System or when you are wet.
Danger. The electrical supply for this Aquatic Fitness System must include a suitably rated switch
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or circuit breaker to open all ungrounded supply conductors to comply with section 680-42 of the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1993. The disconnect must be readily accessible and
visible to the Aquatic Fitness System occupant but installed at least 5 feet (1.5 m), from the
Aquatic Fitness System water.
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Danger. A grounding wire connector is provided on this Aquatic Fitness System to connect a
minimum No. 8 AWG (8.4 mm2) solid copper conductor between this unit and any metal
equipment, metal enclosures of electrical equipment, metal water pipe, or conduit within 5 feet
(1.5 m) of the Aquatic Fitness System.
Risk of Electric Shock. Do not attempt to remove the light housing cover without lowering the
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water level below the light housing cover.
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To Reduce the Risk of Injury: The water in the Aquatic Fitness System 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 Aquatic Fitness System use exceeds 10 minutes.
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To Reduce the Risk of Injury: Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for
causing fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant
women should limit Aquatic Fitness System water temperatures to 100° F (38° C).
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To Reduce the Risk of Injury: Before entering the Aquatic Fitness System, the user should
measure the water temperature with an accurate thermometer since the tolerance of water
temperature-regulating devices may vary as much as +/- 5° F (2° C).
To Reduce the Risk of Injury: The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication before or during Aquatic
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Fitness System use may lead to unconsciousness with the possibility of drowning.
• To Reduce the Risk of Injury: Pregnant women, the elderly, infants, or persons suffering from
obesity or with a medical history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory system
problems, or diabetes, should consult a physician before using the Aquatic Fitness System.
People with infectious diseases should not use an Aquatic Fitness System.
• To Reduce the Risk of Injury: Persons using medication should consult a physician before
using the Aquatic Fitness System since some medication may induce drowsiness, while other
medication may affect heart rate, blood pressure, and circulation.
• Observe a reasonable time limit when using the Aquatic Fitness System. Long exposures at high
temperatures can cause high body temperature (hyperthermia, see pg. 3). Enter and exit the
Aquatic Fitness System slowly. Wet surfaces can be very slippery.
• Proper chemical maintenance of Aquatic Fitness System water is necessary to maintain safe
water and prevent possible damage to Aquatic Fitness System components.
• Use the cover straps and clip tie downs to secure the cover when not in use. This will help
discourage unsupervised children from entering the spa and keep the spa cover secure in high
wind conditions. There is no guarantee that the cover, clip tie downs, or the actual locks will
prevent access to the Aquatic Fitness System.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (CANADA)
(CSA SAFETY INFORMATION)
In addition to the preceding safety instructions, Canadian owners should read and
understand the following information from the Canadian Safety Association:
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
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A green colored terminal or a terminal marked G, GR, Ground, Grounding, or the symbol * is
located inside the supply terminal box or compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock,
this terminal must be connected to the grounding means provided in the electric supply
service panel with a continuous copper wire equivalent in size to the circuit conductors
supplying this equipment.
o IEC Publication 417, Symbol 5019.
At least two lugs marked “BONDING LUGS” are provided on the external surface or on the
inside of the supply terminal box/compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect
the local common bonding grid in the area of the hot tub or Aquatic Fitness System to these
terminals with an insulated or bare copper conductor not smaller than No. 6 AWG.
All field-installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains or other similar hardware
within 3 meters of the Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment
grounding bus with copper conductors not smaller than No. 6 AWG.
Children should not use Aquatic Fitness Systems or hot tubs without adult supervision.
AVERTISSEMENT: NE PAS LAISSER LES ENFANTS UTILISER UNE CUVE DE
RELAXATION SANS SURVEILLANCE.
Do not use Aquatic Fitness Systems or hot tubs unless all suction guards are installed to
prevent body and hair entrapment.
AVERTISSEMENT: POUR ÉVITER QUE LES CHEVEUX OU UNE PARTIE DU CORPS
PUISSENT TRES ASPIRÉS, NE PAS UTILISER UNE CUVE DE RELAXATION SI LES
GRILLES DE PRISE D’ASPIRATION NE SONT PAS TOUTES EN PLACE.
People using medications and/or having adverse medical history should consult a physician
before using an Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub.
AVERTISSEMENT: LES PERSONNES QUI PRENNENT DES MÉDICAMENTS OU ONT
DES PROBLÈMES DE SANTÉ DEVRAIENT CONSULTER UN MÉDECIN AVANT
D’UTILISER USE CUVE DE RELAXATION.
People with infectious diseases should not use an Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub.
AVERTISSEMENT: LES PERSONNES ATTEINTES DE MALADIES INFECTIEUSES NE
DEVRAIENT PAS UTILISER UNE CUVE DE RELAXATION.
To avoid injury, exercise care when entering or exiting the Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub.
AVERTISSEMENT: POUR ÉVITER DES BLESSURES, USER DE PRUDENCE EN
ENTRANT DANS UNE CUVE DE RELAXATION ET E SORTANT.
Do not use drugs or alcohol before or during the use of the Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub
to avoid unconsciousness and possible drowning.
AVERTISSEMENT: POUR ÉVITER L’ÉVANOUISSEMENT ET LA NOYADE EVENTUELLE,
NE PRENDRE NI DROGUE NI ALCOOL AVANT D’UTILISER UNE CUVE DE RELAXATION
NI QUAND ON S’Y TROUVE.
Pregnant or possibly pregnant women should consult a physician before using an Aquatic
Fitness System or hot tub.
AVERTISSEMENT: LES FEMMES ENCEINTES, QUE LEUR GROSSESSE SOIT
CONFIRMÉE OU NON, DEVRAIENT CONSULTER UN MÉDECIN AVANT D’UTILISER UNE
CUVE DE RELAXATION.
Water temperature in excess of 38° C may be injurious to your health.
AVERTISSEMENT: IL PEUT TRES DANGEREUX POUR LA SANTÉ DE SE PLONGER
DANS DE L’EAU À PLUS DE 38°C.
Before entering the Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub, measure the water temperature with
an accurate thermometer.
AVERTISSEMENT: AVANT D’UTILISER UNE CUVE DE RELAXATION MESURER LA
TEMPÉRATURE DE L’EAU À L’AIDE D’UN THERMOMÈTRE PRÉCIS.
Do not use an Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub immediately following strenuous exercise.
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AVERTISSEMENT: NE PAS UTILISER UNE CUVE DE RELAXATION IMMEDIATEMENT
APRÈS UN EXERCICE FATIGANT.
Prolonged immersion in an Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub may be injurious to your health.
AVERTISSEMENT: L’UTILISATION PROLONGÉE D’UNE CUVE DE RELAXATION PEUT
TRES DANGEREUSE POUR LA SANTÉ.
Do not permit electric appliances (such as a light, telephone, radio, television, etc.) within
1.5m of this Aquatic Fitness System or hot tub.
AVERTISSEMENT: NE PAS PLACER D’APPAREIL ÉLECTRIQUE (LUMINAIRE,
TÉLÉPHONE, RADIO, TÉLÉVISEUR, ETC.) À MOINS DE 1.5 M DE CETTE CUVE DE
RELAXATION.
Maintain water chemistry in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
ATTENTION: LA TENEUR DE L’EAU EN MATIERÈS DISSOUTES DOIT TRE CONFORME
AUX DIRECTIVES DU FABRICANT.
The use of alcohol or drugs can greatly increase the risk of fatal hyperthermia in hot tubs and
Aquatic Fitness Systems.
AVERTISSEMENT: LA CONSOMMATION D’ALCOOL OU DE DROGUE AUGMENTE
CONSIDÈRABLEMENT LES RISQUES D’HYPERTHERMIE MORTELLE DANS UNE CUVE
DE RELAXATION.
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Hyperthermia
Prolonged immersion in hot water may induce hyperthermia. Hyperthermia occurs when the internal
temperature of the body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body temperature of
(98.6˚ F, 37° C). The symptoms of hyperthermia include dizziness, drowsiness, lethargy, and fainting.
The effects of hyperthermia include:
• Failure to perceive heat,
• Failure to recognize the need to exit the spa,
• Unawareness of impending hazard,
• Fetal damage in pregnant women,
• Physical inability to exit spa,
• Unconsciousness resulting in the danger of drowning.
Safety Do’s and Don’ts
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DO read, understand and follow all Safety, Danger and Warning instructions before use.
DO test water temperature with your hand before entering.
DO keep the cover down when the spa or AFS remains unused.
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DO NOT block or sit on the filter recess area.
DO NOT allow horseplay or unsupervised use of your AFS.
DO NOT allow anyone to tamper or play with any of the safety or suction fittings of your spa
or AFS system.
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DANGER SIGN
Every AFS has a warning sign that
outlines safety precautions. Read
and familiarize yourself with all
warnings listed on this sign. Make the
sign visible and accessible to all AFS
users.
Replacement signs may be obtained
from:
Dimension One Spas
2611 Business Park Drive
Vista, CA 92081
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Initial Startup
Go over the initial startup with your dealer before they begin the installation of your spa.
IMPORTANT: About your GFCI Circuit Breaker — The GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter —
also called a "circuit breaker”) automatically shuts off power to the Aquatic Fitness System in case of
an electrical malfunction. You must have a GFCI installed according to your local building codes in
an electrical power box near your system. The GFCI must be OFF before you fill your Aquatic Fitness
System with water. You can manually turn off power to the system any time by moving the switch into
the OFF position. After turning off the GFCI check for a blank control panel screen which means the
power is off. To turn power back on move the switch to the ON position.
If you have questions about the location or operation of your GFCI, ask your dealer for clarification.
DO NOT use your system unless you understand the operation of the GFCI.
1. Locate the equipment
compartment, beneath the steps
of the AFS. Have your dealer
familiarize you with the equipment
components.
2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to
remove the equipment
compartment screws. Open the
compartment.
3. Check the pump unions (see
photo) for hand-tightness and to
prevent the possibility of
leakages.
4. Check near the pumps to make sure
the gate valve has the red safety clips
in place which means that the gate
valve is open (see photo above).
5. Remove the two front and two rear
shipping bolts on each pump mount.
(See photo, left).
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6. Remove the
filter baskets
and the foam
blocks securing
the filters.
7. Remove one of
the two filters
from the pool side of the system. (If
you have the Dual-Temp model with
separate built-in spa, also remove the
filter from the spa side). (If you need
more details on how to remove the
filters, see the Filter Cleaning section,
pg. 23)
8. Ensure that the hose
bibs are closed before
filling the spa. The
hose bibs are
connected to hoses in the equipment
compartment. Turn the handles on
the side of the valve perpendicular to
the pipe to close the hose bibs. The
picture at right shows an open hose
bib.
9. Place a garden hose in
the empty filter canister
to fill the system. Fill
the system until the
water level reaches the
center of the tile line.
10. After filling the system, return the filter to its basket. After the filter is in place, turn on the
GFCI circuit breaker. The Display Window of the Pool will show the current water
temperature.
NEVER run your spa’s pumps without the filters in place. This can cause damage to
the pumps.
11. Prime the pumps by pushing the JETS 1 button once and letting it
run for 30 to 45 seconds. To turn off, push it again. Repeat for the
JETS 2 and JETS 3 buttons.
If the jets do not turn on, air is trapped in the plumbing lines. To
eliminate the trapped air, turn the pumps on and off several times to
force the trapped air through the pumps. If the jets still do not turn on,
turn off the pumps and loosen the pump unions slightly to let any
trapped air escape. Re-tighten the pump unions and turn the pumps on
again. Turn the pumps on and off several times until jets function
properly.
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12. Press the Warmer (UP) Button and Cooler (DOWN) Buttons until
your desired water temperature appears. The Display Window
shows your Set Temperature for five seconds before reverting back
to the current water temperature.
If you have the Dual-Temp model with built-in spa, likewise set the spa
temperature using the + and – buttons. See the spa programming
section later in this manual for more details. (pg. 15)
The Display Window does not allow you to set the temperature above 104° F
(≅40°C). However, if the water temperature exceeds 104° F (≅40° C), the display will
show the actual temperature. Never get in water if the temperature exceeds 104°
F (≅40° C).
13. While heating the spa, inspect the pump unions and plumbing fittings for leaks. When you
have finished the inspection, you can reinstall the equipment compartment panel.
14. After completing the above steps, see the Water Care Guide (provided separately) to
ensure proper water chemistry.
15. Place the thermal cover on your Aquatic Fitness System to conserve energy and keep it
ready for use.
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Using Your Aquatic Fitness System
Using the “Pool-Side” Control Panel
Your Aquatic Fitness System has a Control Panel on the top side to control the Pool Functions. (If
you have the “Dual Temp” model the spa-side functions are controlled by a separate panel, pg. 12).
The Display Window
The Display Window shows the current water temperature, except when you
adjust the temperature. Five seconds after you finish setting the desired
temperature, the Display Window reverts back to the current temperature.
Jets 1 Button
Pressing the Jets 1 button once turns Pump 1 on low speed. A second press
turns it to High Speed. A third press turns the pump off, unless the pump has
been automatically activated during a heating cycle – in which case a third
press returns the pump to Low Speed for heating. A built-in timer automatically
shuts the pump off after 20 minutes of operation. The Jets 1 Indicator light
(beside the button) will glow while the pump is running.
Pump 1 powers the Swim Jets and/or HydroTherapy Jets. The diverter valve
(see left) controls which set of jets gets the water, and how much flows to
each set. (Note: If you have the Dual Temp model with built-in spa, the spa
side has a diverter valve but the swim side does not.)
Pump 1 also runs on low speed during all filtering and heating cycles. During the
filter cycle the indicator light for Jets 1 glows. If you manually press JETS 1 during a
filter cycle, that particular filter cycle disables to give you control of the jet pump.
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Jets 2 and Jets 3 Buttons
Pumps 2 and 3 provide high-volume water flow to the Swim Jets.
Press the appropriate button once to turn on Pump 2 or 3. The pumps work
independently, giving you flexible control over the amount of water flowing
from the Swim Jets. Pressing either button a second time turns that pump off.
A built-in timer will shut the pump(s) off after 20 minutes of operation unless
you manually shut them off earlier. The Jets 2 or Jets 3 Indicator light beside
the button will glow when that pump is running.
If your system was installed with less than the maximum recommended electrical
service for heat and pumps, the heater will turn off when the pumps run at high
speed. If you have the maximum electrical service, then you can continue to heat
your water while running the pumps at high speed. Ask your dealer if you have
questions about your electrical service.
Light Button
Push the LIGHT Button once to turn on the spa light in Color Change mode.
In Color Change mode, the light will continuously cycle through Red, Green,
Blue, White and Magenta. To switch to Color Select mode, which holds the
current color, turn the light off by pushing the LIGHT Button, then push the
LIGHT Button again to turn the light back on in Color Select mode.
Alternately, you can hold the LIGHT Button until you see the light flash off
and on to turn on the light and start in Color Select mode.
If you have more than one light in your spa and the lights are no longer
synchronized, power off the lights for 3 to 9 seconds. When powered on, all
lights will be resynchronized and reset to Color Change mode.
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Programming the Filter Cycle
The AFS comes with six pre-programmed filter cycles (F1-F6) and two lockout modes (L1 & L2).
Three of the six filter cycles run in Standard Mode and the other three cycles run in Economy Mode.
To enter the programming mode, press and hold both the
WARMER and COOLER buttons at the same time for 3
seconds. The display indicates the filter
mode with a code (F1 indicates Filter
Mode 1, etc.).
Use the WARMER and COOLER buttons
to scroll up or down through the filtering
modes. The filter cycles look as follows:
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Standard Mode: F1, F2, F3
Economy Mode: F4, F5, F6
Lockout Mode: L1, L2
Selecting a Filter Cycle
Standard and Economy Mode
In the standard modes your system heats whenever the water temperature drops to 2°F (≅1°C) below
your set temperature, and continues heating until the water is 2°F (≅1°C) above your set temperature.
In Standard Mode, heating the water remains independent of the filter cycles.
In economy mode, the water only heats when the filter runs during a normal filtration cycle.
After entering the filter programming mode press the WARMER (up) button or the COOLER (down)
button until you see F1, F2, F3, F4, F5 or F6.
F1: 2 hours of filtration 2 times a day. (Standard)
F2: 2 hours of filtration 3 times a day. (Standard)
F3: 2 hours of filtration 4 times a day. (Standard)
F4: 2 hours of filtration and heat 2 times a day. (Economy)
F5: 2 hours of filtration and heat 3 times a day. (Economy)
F6: 2 hours of filtration and heat 4 times a day. (Economy)
If you make no further changes for three (3) seconds, the system automatically stores your choice
and exits the programming sequence.
If the display window displays COL or ICE, cool or ice conditions have
been detected. These conditions override economy mode. The system
heats as needed to prevent freezing damage, regardless of the filter
cycle. For more information, see the Troubleshooting Guide (pg. 26).
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Selecting a Lockout Mode
L1 – Pump Lockout – To prevent pumps from accidentally turning on
while you clean the filters or do non-electrical service on your system, use
the L1 mode.
Start the programming sequence by pressing and holding both the
WARMER and COOLER buttons for three (3) seconds. Press the
WARMER (up) button or the COOLER (down) button until you see L1.
If you make no further changes for three (3) seconds, the system
automatically stores your choice and exits the programming sequence.
The temperature display flashes while you remain in this mode.
If the system was heating when you put it in lockout mode, the heater
immediately turns off and the pumps run for thirty seconds, then turn off.
L2 – Panel Lockout – To prevent unauthorized use of you system, use the
L2 mode to lock the control panel.
Start the programming sequence by pressing and holding both the
warmer and cooler buttons for three (3) seconds. Then press the
WARMER (up) button or the COOLER (down) button until you see L2.
If you make no further changes for three (3) seconds, the system
automatically stores your choice and exits the programming sequence.
The temperature display flashes while you remain in this mode.
Note: While in L2 lockout mode, the system will behave as if the filter
cycle is set to F1.
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Using the Spa Side of the “Dual Temp” Model
The functions described in this section refer only to the AquaFit 19DT, which features the separate
built-in spa.
The “spa side” is separate from the “pool side.” The water in the spa circulates through its own closed
system. It contains a separate filter and heating system, and the water chemistry must be managed
separately using the guidelines in the separate Water Care Guide.
Operation of the Spa
Display Window
The display window shows the current status of the spa. By
default it shows the temperature.
JETS Button
When you push the JETS button :
• The jet pump activates.
• The jet indicator light glows.
• A swirl icon appears in the upper left corner of the display
window. Its swirl speed indicates the pump’s speed.
Pushing the JETS button once starts the pump on low speed.
Pushing it a second time turns on high speed. Pushing it a third
time turns the pump off.
A built-in timer will automatically shut the pump off after 30
minutes. You can reprogram this shut-off time. See the
Programming section (pg. 15).
After the pump turns on, the pump speed appears, a status bar
appears indicating the time remaining until shut-off. If your spa
has multiple jet pumps, the shut-off cycle controls all of them.
Pushing a JETS button will disable any concurrent filter cycle.
Flashing jets, lights or heat indicator lights denotes a problem with
your spa. See the Troubleshooting Section for more details (pg.
24).
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Light Button
The LIGHT button controls the lighting of your spa. See the Light
control section (pg. 9).
Up (+) and Down (-) Buttons
You can control the water temperature by using the Up (+) and
Down (-) Buttons. The SET TEMPERATURE Icon appears in
the lower right side of the Window to indicate that the temperature
shown is a “target setting” and not the actual temperature. The
Temperature Icon will appear at the top of the window if your new
setting requires more heat.
Once the new temperature is set, the Display Window once again
shows the actual spa water temperature. The spa will heat to the
new temperature automatically.
Program Button
Push the PROGRAM Button to begin the process of
programming, or reprogramming, the spa. See Programming the
Spa Functions for details (pg. 15).
Heat Status Light
The Heat Status Light is illuminated whenever the heater is on.
Additionally, a heat icon will also be displayed in the upper left
corner of the Digital Display Window.
Dimension One Spas ICON
(Logo)®
Push the Dimension One ICON button to see the time of day. If no
other button is pushed within 5 seconds, the display reverts to the
water temperature.
Battery Backup - The Dimension One Spas scrolling message center control panel
has a battery back-up that will retain the time of day for 30 days without an active
power source. The control panel also stores your custom programming commands
for up to 40 years without power. This battery backup will not provide power to heat
or operate the hot tub.
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Messages that Appear in the Display Window
Overheat
DO NOT ENTER THE WATER when “OH” is displayed on the
control system’s Digital Display Window because the spa is in a high
temperature condition. If this happens, remove the spa cover and
allow the water to cool below 110° F (≅43.3° C). Turn off all power to
the system to reset.
If the problem persists, contact your local Authorized Dimension One
Spas Dealer, or authorized service center.
The overheat condition could be caused by excessive
filtration. See the Troubleshooting Guide section for
more information (pg. 26).
3 Flashing Lights
DO NOT ENTER THE WATER if you see 3 flashing LEDs on the Top
Side Control. The system has detected a problem.
Check to see of your Digital Display Window is also displaying an
Overheat Protection condition (OH). If you have flashing lights and
an OH in the display, your system has detected a high limit condition.
The water temperature has reached 118° F (≅47.8° C). The entire
system is disabled.
Contact your local Authorized Dimension One Spas Dealer, or
authorized service center.
If you have flashing lights, but the Digital Display Window shows the
current water temperature, you have a water flow problem. You will
need to check the water level and/or clean the filters.
The flashing lights should stop once the problem is fixed. If the
problem persists, reset the power to the spa by resetting the GFCI
breaker.
If the error is not resolved after resetting the spa, contact your local
Authorized Dimension One Spas Dealer, or authorized service
center.
Extreme Temperature on
the Display
Do not enter the water if you see a temperature reading of 32° F
(≅0° C) or 136° F(≅57.8° C) without first checking the actual water
temperature with a certified thermometer. The system has detected a
Temperature Probe Failure and the water may be too hot, or too
cold, to safely use.
Contact your local Authorized Dimension One Spas Dealer, or
authorized service center.
Ice
When ICE appears in the Display Window, the air temperature has
dropped below a factory-preset level, and the system has activated
“Smart Winter Mode.” The pump will automatically run to circulate
the water and prevent it from freezing.
This is a normal function and no action is necessary.
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Programming the Digital Control Panel
To enter the programming mode, press and hold the Program
button for 5 seconds. Each time you press the button you’ll
move to the next step of the programming sequence.
Program Button
Programmable Item
Clock
Filter Cycle Start Time
Filter Cycle Duration
Number of Filter Cycles
Pump Run Time
Temperature Unit
Quit Program Sequence
Program Button Action
Press and hold for 5 seconds
2nd press
3rd press
4th press
5th press
6th press
7th press, or wait 60 seconds
To exit the programming sequence before the end, just wait for
60 seconds without touching any buttons.
When you enter Programming mode, the clock
appears with the Hour flashing. Use the UP or
DOWN Buttons to set the HOUR.
Clock
When the HOUR is correct, press the LIGHT Button to
move to the MINUTES setting.
Use the UP or DOWN Buttons to set the minutes, the
press Light to move to the AM/PM setting. Use the Up or Down
buttons to select AM or PM. Then press the Program button to
move on to the next step.
When you press the Program button the 2nd time, the Filter Icon
appears in the Display Window to indicate that you are setting
the Filter Cycle Start Time.
Filter Cycle Start Time:
Use the Up and Down buttons and the Light button to set the
Filter Cycle Starts time just as you did in setting the Clock (see
above).
Pressing the Program button the third time brings you to the
Filter Cycle Duration. This tells your spa how long
to run during each filter cycle.
Filter Cycle Duration
Use the UP or DOWN Buttons to choose from 10,
20, 30, 40, 50, or 60 minutes. The factory default is 10 minutes.
Number of Filter Cycles:
Pressing the Program button the fourth time brings you to the
Number of Filter Cycles that your spa will run each day.
Your choices are 1, 2, 3, or 4 cycles per day. The factory default
is 2 times per day.
NOTE: Long and/or numerous filter cycles could cause overheating of the hot
tub - especially in hot climates.
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Pump Run Time
Pressing the Program button the fifth time brings you to the Filter
Pump Run Time. Push the UP or DOWN Button to choose 60, 90,
120, 150, or 180 minutes. This sets how long the pump will run
when a Jets Button is pushed, before shutting off automatically.
The pre-set factory default is 60 minutes.
Temperature Units (ºF or ºC)
Pressing the Program button the sixth time brings you to the
Temperature Unit selection.
Use the UP or DOWN Buttons to choose Fahrenheit (ºF) or
Celsius (ºC). The factory default setting is Fahrenheit.
Press the Program Button a seventh time to finish and exit the
programming sequence.
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HydroSport™ Swim System
Important Safety Instructions
If speed is your goal, the Swim Tether allows you to swim as fast as you want and
remain stationary.
Never let children play with the Swim Tether Cord. They could get the cord wrapped
around their neck and suffocate.
Do not allow your Tensor Cords to remain in direct sunlight for extended periods of
time. Exposure to direct sunlight for extended periods of time can cause the Tensor
Cords to deteriorate. Deteriorated, or damaged, Tensor Cords could break and
cause injury if the break should occur during use.
Be sure to examine your Tensor Cords for damage or deterioration prior to each use.
Do not use damaged or deteriorated Tensor Cords.
Do NOT adjust any piece of HydroSport equipment too tightly! If a piece is too tight it
might not release in the event of an emergency.
Swimming in your Aquatic Fitness System (AFS) requires that you follow swimming safety
precautions. Your AFS offers a variety of exercises that require awareness of many safety and health
precautions.
Using the Swim Tether
The HydroSport™ Swim Tether system that comes with the AFS provides
multiple stationary exercises.
The Swim Tether system includes a 7-foot
Swim Tether Pole, an adjustable Swim
Tether Belt, and 7 feet of Swim Cord.
The belt snaps easily around your waist
using a quick-release buckle and adjusts
from the back.
Swim Tether Mounts are located at either end of the AFS (see picture at
left). Place the pole in the mount, strap on the adjustable belt and adjust
the cord length.
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Using the Swim Kick Bar
A swim kick bar at the end opposite the steps comes standard on
all the AFS models.
Use this bar as you would the edge of a pool to do kicking or
standing exercises.
Using the Swim Jets
The swim jets in your Aquatic Fitness System are adjustable, allowing you to get the most out of your
exercise.
When swimming, use the tile markers on the side, front and bottom of the spa to properly position
yourself in the swim lane. You can also use the swim jets for resistance to while walking or jogging in
place.
Using the Diverter Valve
The diverter valve at the filter end of the AFS controls water movement from Pump 1. Turn the valve
to direct water flow either in the direction of the hydrotherapy or swim jets.
Adjusting Air Flow
The air valves located at the front of the AFS
control the amount of air added to the water. The
window in the air valve informs you of the amount
of air being mixed with the water at the swim jets.
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Optional HydroSport™
Rowing System
Installing the Rowing System
Easy as 1-2-3
The HydroSport™ Rowing System installs in three steps:
1) Install Butterfly Tops
2) Install Rowers
3) Install Tensor Cords
1) Screw a Butterfly Top into the
OptiMount™ located on top of the
pedestal closest to the rowing seat or
area. Be sure to remove the plastic
insert from the OptiMount™ center.
Use the OptiMounts identified by “1”
in the 1-2-3 picture.
2) Screw each rower into an OptiMount™
on the wall on each side of the rowing seat. Be
sure to remove the plastic insert from the
center of the OptiMount™. Use the
OptiMounts identified by “2” in the
1-2-3 picture.
3) Choose a tensor cord for your rowing exercise. Snap a clip from one end of the rower to a Butterfly
Top. Snap the other end of the cord to the rower.
As a starting point use the red
cords. Change colors to adjust
resistance as you determine
your needs.
You must make sure the cord snap-hooks are properly connected and the rower
ring and the Butterfly Top ring are completely “inside” the snap-hook. If not
properly installed, the tension on the cords during exercise could cause them to
release and become a safety hazard.
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The color of the cords
corresponds to the length. In order
of longest to shortest: black, red,
yellow, blue and green.
Take a shorter cord and attach it
between the rowers by snapping
one end of the cord to a ring on
each rower.
You may also snap the clip into
the cord clip instead of the rower’s
ring. This provides additional
distance between your hands and
the cord.
Adding the cords between the rowers is necessary to maintain control of the
rowers. Without the cord, the rowers swing back toward the walls and can cause
injury or damage.
The rowers are designed with four separate connection rings allowing you the
option of multiple Tensor Cords that offer a wide range of exercises.
A variety of OptiMount™ locations allow for installation of additional
Butterfly Tops for more cords. The addition of various lengths of cord
provide many ways to customize your exercise.
Rowing for the First Time
Using the Rower
Double-check the HydroSport™ Rower, making sure that it is still screwed into the
mount securely but remains loose enough to self-align during use.
Sit in the rowing seat, or step, and grasp the rower handles,
to begin your rowing exercise.
If the tensor cord between the rowers is too close to your
hands, reconnect it to the D-rings on the cords connected to
the Butterfly Tops on the AFS side – as shown in this picture.
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Connecting the HydroSport™ Body Belt
The adjustable HydroSport™ Body Belt provides another option for creating a customized exercise
program.
Snap a HydroSport™ tensor cord into a D-ring on the
belt and connect the other end of the cord to a
Butterfly Top. Wrap the belt around your waist, snap
the buckle into place, and adjust the belt to fit
comfortably. Do not make it too tight, because it could
hinder a quick release or alter your exercise routine.
Connecting the HydroSport™ Ankle/Wrist Cuffs
The adjustable HydroSport™ Ankle/Wrist Cuffs provide another option for
creating a customized exercise program.
Wrap the cuff around your wrist or ankle and adjust the cuff to fit you
comfortably.
Be sure it fits firmly. If the cuff comes loose during
your exercise, you or your partner could be
injured.
Snap a HydroSport™ tensor cord into the D-rings on the cuff and
connect the other end of the cord to a Butterfly Top in an
OptiMount™.
Connecting the HydroSport™ D-handles
Snap a HydroSport™ tensor cord into the D-Ring of a D-handle
and connect the other end of the cord to a Butterfly
Top installed in an OptiMount™.
Connecting the HydroSport™ Bar Straps
If you want to connect the Body Belt or the D-handles but all of the
OptiMounts™ are in use, the HydroSport™ Bar Straps can be used to
connect them to an exercise bar. Wrap the strap around the bar, as shown,
and pull it snug. Snap a HydroSport™ tensor cord into a D-Ring on the Body
Belt or the D-handle. Connect the other end of the cord to the strap installed
around an exercise bar.
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HydroSport™ Exercise Bars
Installing the Stationary Exercise Bars
Exercise Locations
The AFS design contains multiple OptiMount™ locations for rapid installation of HydroSport™
equipment in a variety of locations and combinations.
Connecting the Exercise Bars
The Exercise Bars connect to the AFS
OptiMounts™ using Butterfly Tops. Push
the Butterfly Top screw through the hole in
the end of the bar and screw it into the
OptiMount™. Repeat for the other end of
the bar.
If two bars connect to the same
OptiMount™, line up the holes on the bars,
insert the Butterfly Top and connect to the
OptiMount™.
HydroSport™ Aquatic Fitness Bar
Installing the Aquatic Fitness Bar
Snap one end of the tensor cord to the Butterfly Top.
The other end of the cord snaps on one end of the
Aquatic Fitness Bar. Repeat for the other end of the bar.
The bar can connect to the same OptiMount™ because
the design accomodates multiple pieces of gear.
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Routine Equipment Maintenance
Draining Your System
Your system does not need a pump to drain. To drain the system, turn off the power at the GFCI (see
Initial Startup section for details, pg. 5) and locate the hose bibs inside the equipment compartment
(the spigots that you attach to a garden hose). Remove the caps from the hose bibs. Screw a garden
hose onto one of the hose bibs, put the other end of the hose in a safe place for water run-off (do not
drain onto lawn or plants), and turn the valve on the side of the hose bib to release the flow of water.
After it drains, do the same with each of the other hose bibs. Don’t forget to close the valves again
before you re-fill the system. For information about how often you should drain and refill your system,
refer to the Water Care Guide that came with the system.
Filter Cleaning
Important: To prevent debris from getting into the system during filter cleaning, shut off the power at
the GFCI. See Initial Startup section on page 5 of this manual for details on the GFCI.
Your system has two topside filters, if you have the Dual-Temp
model; the separate spa area has a third topside filter. See
photos at right. To clean the filter, lift the center float of the
skimmer assembly until it reaches full extension. Then turn it
counterclockwise until the flats of the basket line up with the
securing tabs. Pull the basket assembly straight up to remove
it.
Remove the filter below the basket by twisting it 1/4 turn
counterclockwise to its stop. Lift the filter out of its canister.
Clean the filter with a high-pressure garden hose. Every other
cleaning, soak the filter in filter-cleaning solution and rinse it
thoroughly. Reinstall the filter by reversing the removal
process, replace the skimmer basket assembly. Turn the
power back on at the GFCI breaker. Run the pump a few
minutes at high speed before leaving the system in its normal heating mode. We recommend that you
clean the filters every month as preventative maintenance.
Light Replacement
1. Turn the power off at the GFCI breaker and drain the water to
below the level of the light.
2. Using the special tool provided in the owner’s manual packet,
unscrew the lens that covers the light housing.
Do not attempt to remove the lens without draining the water to below the level of the
light. Do not attempt to remove the lens without the special tool it will break the seal on
the light, causing leakage and voiding your warranty. If you have lost it, contact
Dimension One Spas Service Department to have one sent.
3. Remove the old bulb and install the new bulb.
4. Use the special tool to replace the lens on the light housing.
5. Turn the light on and off to make sure it works before refilling the system.
Be sure the rubber O-ring behind the lens does not have damage and is positioned
properly when replacing the lens. Contact Dimension One Spas if you need a
replacement O-ring.
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Surface Care
Use a cheesecloth rag, or other soft rag, to clean the entire shell surface with water line cleaner or a
similar product from your spa dealer. You may also use ph/Alkalinity Increaser or a 50/50 solution of
denatured alcohol and water. Be sure to thoroughly rinse the shell after cleaning. To restore the luster
of the shell after cleaning use Poli-Gloss or a similar product from your spa dealer.
Do not use 409 type cleaners or other caustic solutions as they may damage the shell
surface and void the warranty. If you are use baking soda to clean your hot tub shell,
be careful not to get it on the wood skirt. It bleaches the wood.
Do not use citrus-based cleaners on the shell surface.
Care for the Wood Cabinet
When properly cared for, the wood cabinet of your system will maintain its beauty for many years.
Wood reacts to the elements by expanding and contracting. To protect your wood finish, re-stain it
every 3-6 months with Redwood or Coastal Gray Stain, which seals the wood. Please note that the
cabinet is not warranted against reaction to natural weather conditions. Check with your spa dealer
for wood maintenance products.
Care for TimberLite Cabinets
To maintain the original appearance of the TimberLite cabinet, clean periodically with any nonabrasive household cleaner. Should the TimberLite cabinet become stained, use the 3M Graffiti
Remover System to remove the stain.
Special Cold Weather Instructions
Dimension One Spas design allows for year-round use. The insulation allows for energy efficiency
and protection of the plumbing and equipment when the system remains operational. The system has
a “Smart Winter” freeze protection mode to circulate water during freezing weather, assuming the
system has electrical power and the proper water level. Therefore, keeping your system operational
provides your best defense against freeze damage. However, if you live where freezing conditions
exist and you cannot avoid shutting down your spa for the winter, or where conditions may get too
cold for the spa’s “Smart Winter” mode to prevent freezing, have your spa Winterized by a
professional Dimension One dealer or authorized service representative. Only draining your spa
will not prevent freeze damage, because small amounts of water in the plumbing can expand
and damage the system.
Your warranty does not cover draining or winterizing, so only allow a professional
to Winterize your spa if it becomes necessary.
Your system has automatic freeze protection. However, a power outage can
cause your equipment to freeze quickly. During freezing conditions, check your
system frequently to ensure proper operation. Always check your system after
any power failure to ensure that it remains operational.
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Springtime Startup of a Winterized System
If your spa has been Winterized, Dimension One highly recommends that you contact an authorized
dealer to restart it. The following is an outline of the procedures involved.
• Make sure o-rings for pumps are in place and undamaged.
• Make sure all the fittings that loosened are re-tightened.
• Replace all jet fittings, pump drain plugs, hose bib drains, and bleeder valves
• Fill the system with water in the normal way
• Turn the power back on.
• Run the jets on high speed for about 15 minutes.
• Drain the water.
• Put the filter(s) back in.
• Refill the system and treat chemically as one would after a normal water change
For more information about Winterizing your system, or restarting a Winterized system, please
contact your local Authorized Dimension One Spas dealer.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Heating System
Problem
Corrective Action
Does not heat
Symptom
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
Too hot
1. Temperature setting is to high
2. High limit tripped
Possible temperature sensor failure
Flashing temperature of 34°F or
134°F appears on the display
Temperature setting is too low
Dirty filter
Flow switch out of adjustment
Turn up the thermostat
Clean filter
Call for service
1. Turn down the thermostat
2. Call for service
Call for service
Electrical System
Symptom
Will not turn on – in any mode
Turns on by itself
Light will not turn on
Pump shuts down unexpectedly while
in use
Problem
Corrective Action
No power
Normal automatic daily power filtration,
or anti-freeze cycle
Burned out bulb
1. Automatic timer has shut pump off
Check circuit breaker and/or GFCI
No action required
2.
3 flashing lights appear on the Control
Panel
Motor over-heated and automatic
protective device has shut down
pump(s)
Replace bulb
1. Push JETS button to start another
cycle. If desired reprogram
automatic pump timer for a longer
duration.
2.
If pump(s) will not restart when
JETS pad is pushed, call for
service
Possible sensor errors
1.
Check water level
2.
Clean filter
If problem persists:
1.
Turn off power
2.
Restart the system
If problem persists:
Call for service
Water System
Problem
Corrective Action
Pulsating jets
Symptom
Water level too low
No Jet Action, or action is poor
1.
HydroTherapy Jets closed
Fill with water to approximately 6 inches
below the top edge of the pool/spa
1.
Open Jets
2.
Diverter Valve turned
2.
3.
4.
Dirty Filter
Air lock
3.
4.
The water is cloudy or has a smell
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5. Gate valve closed
The water has a chemical imbalance or
lack of filtration.
5.
1.
2.
3.
Turn the Diverter Valve clockwise
or counter clockwise
Clean Filter
Loosen pump union to allow air to
escape
Open gate valve
Check TA/pH
Test and adjust
Change Water if necessary
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Self-Diagnostic System
“Pool-Side” Control Panel
If one of the following messages appears in the Pool Side control panel, take the corrective action
described below.
Symptom
Problem
Corrective Action
Non-functional
High Temperature Sensor:
Open high temperature sensor. Heater is
deactivated.
Call your dealer for service.
Non-functional temperature sensor:
Call your dealer for service.
Open temperature sensor. Heater is
deactivated.
Water Flow Problem:
Pressure switch is not closed when the
pump is activated. Heater is deactivated.
Proper flow of water is inhibited or pressure
switch has malfunctioned. Check for proper
water level, ensure pump is primed and/or
check for clogged filter. Pressure switch
may need to be adjusted.
Call the dealer for service.
Pressure switch problem:
Pressure switch is closed, while pump is
deactivated. Pressure switch may need to
be adjusted.
Call your dealer for service.
Cool condition:
No corrective action is required.
If the water temperature drops 20°F
(≅11°C) below the set temperature, the low
speed pump and the heater will activate to
bring the temperature within 15°F (≅8°C) of
the set temperature.
Freeze condition:
No action is required.
Do not enter the spa water. A potential
freeze condition has been detected (55°F /
≅12°C.)
The low speed pump will be activated
along with the heater. The spa will
automatically heat, until the spa is out of
danger (65°F / ≅18.3°C.)
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Symptom (Cont)
Problem
Corrective Action
High temperature condition:
Call your dealer for service.
Do not enter the spa water. The water
temperature is above acceptable limits.
Water temperature has reached 110°F
(≅43°C.)
High limit condition:
Do not enter the spa water.
The water temperature has reached
118°F (≅47.8°C.) The entire system is
disabled.
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AquaFit™ Dual-Temp (Spa-Side)
Symptom
Problem
Corrective Action
“OH” on LED Digital Display
Window
Remove the cover and allow the
water to cool.
High Temperature Condition:
Do not enter spa water. The water
temperature is above acceptable
limits. The water temperature has
reached 110°F (≅43.3°C.). The
system will shut down.
Reset the power to the spa by
resetting the GFCI breaker.
3 Flashing Lights AND
“OH” on LED Digital Display
Window
Call your dealer for service.
No further action is required unless
the water temperature fails to return
to acceptable levels – in which case,
call your dealer for service.
High Limit Condition:
Do not enter spa water. The water
temperature is above acceptable
limits. The water temperature has
reached 118°F (≅47.8°C.). The
system will shut down.
3 Flashing Lights
System Error:
1.
2.
3.
If the error is not resolved after
resetting the spa, call your dealer for
service.
Check the water level
Clean the filters.
If the problem persists, reset the
power to the spa by resetting
the GFCI breaker.
Temperature Probe Failure:
If the LED Digital Display shows
32°F (≅0°C) or 136°F (≅57°C), you
have an open temperature sensor.
The heater is deactivated.
Call the dealer for service.
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