spa owner`s manual
SPA OWNER’S MANUAL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PART A – GENERAL MANUAL
(APPLIES TO ALL SPAS)
INSTALLATION AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
START UP AND OPERATION
MAINTENANCE
O1M-A
Read in conjunction with Part B – brand specific manual
to form a complete Owner’s Manual
INDEX
Table of Contents
CONGRATULATIONS ON THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NEW SPA ................................................................................................................... 3
YOUR PERSONAL SPA DATA ....................................................................................................................................................................... 5
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................... 6
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................................................................................... 9
WHAT’S INSIDE YOUR SPA ....................................................................................................................................................................... 11
WHAT'S UNDER YOUR SPA (THE EQUIPMENT) ........................................................................................................................................ 16
START-UP ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18
MP3 SYSTEM OPERATION ........................................................................................................................................................................ 21
MP3/BLUETOOTH READY SYSTEM OPERATION ....................................................................................................................................... 21
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
FILTER SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
ACCESSING FILTER CARTRIDGES .............................................................................................................................................................. 25
DRAINING YOUR SPA ............................................................................................................................................................................... 26
WINTERIZING YOUR SPA .......................................................................................................................................................................... 27
TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR SPA ............................................................................................................................................................... 28
WATER TREATMENT GUIDE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 36
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CONGRATULATIONS ON THE PURCHASE OF
YOUR NEW SPA
We have tried to compile a complete, easy to understand manual all about your spa and its' maintenance.
Years of research and development have gone into producing the superior quality product you have
purchased. Your spa is made from the highest quality material and latest technology available today. Pride
and meticulous attention to detail have resulted in the spa you have chosen. With proper care, your spa
will provide many years of comfort and pleasure.
Please take a few minutes now to read all of the instructions before you install your spa. This owner's
manual will help you understand your spa, so you will get the most from your investment. For service and
advice, do not hesitate to call your authorized dealer. Your questions will be welcomed by friendly and
knowledgeable staff.
May you have as much pleasure and enjoyment using your new spa, as we had making it for you.
We understand there are many choices in the marketplace when you are
considering adding a spa to your home, so thank you for choosing a spa by
Leisure Manufacturing Inc. Enjoy!
SAFETY SIGN
IMPORTANT NOTICE: SAFETY SIGN
Enclosed with this Owner’s Manual is a Safety Sign. This sign must be permanently installed in a location
that is visible to all spa users. It is the spa owner’s responsibility to remind all users about safe spa use,
particularly occasional users of the spa, who may not be aware of the various health and safety issues.
To obtain additional or replacement copies of the safety sign, contact your dealer.
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ATTENTION: SPA OWNER
In the immediate vicinity of the spa, a sign must be posted stating the following:
1) The spa’s address
2) Location of the nearest telephone with posted emergency numbers
3) Nearest available police department, fire department and ambulance/rescue unit
CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY AND CONSUMER OBLIGATIONS
As a new spa owner, you have specific obligations in regards to the installation and safe use of
this spa. Failure to do so may result in a loss of warranty coverage not to mention personal
injury to those using this spa.
Inspect the spa upon its arrival for damage. If you are being made aware of this for the first time, your
spa may not have been delivered in its original factory packaging. If this is the case, please take time to
inspect your spa and report any damage or missing items to your dealer.
1) Install the spa both physically and electrically, in accordance with any local codes.
2) Provide suitable access to all sides of the spa. Any custom built enclosure, either above or below a
deck surface, must be able to be removed with relative ease.
3) Provide sufficient work area around the spa’s perimeter especially the side the spa’s equipment is
located on.
4)
Regularly check operation of the spa in regard to filtration, jet pump operation and the heating
system.
5)
Report any concern to the dealer. Any problem that arises towards the end of particular warranty
coverage should be documented and reported to the dealer
6) Maintain the water’s chemical balance and clean/replace the system’s cartridge filter(s) as
instructed by the dealer and/or Leisure Manufacturing Inc.
7) Drain and refill the spa on a regular basis as instructed by the dealer and/or Leisure Manufacturing
Inc.
8) Winterize and store the spa and its’ components in accordance with the manufacturer’s printed
instructions.
9) Care for and maintain the spa cabinet, hard cover and acrylic surface as outlined in these
instructions.
10) Ask your dealer to record the spa’s serial number on your bill of sale.
11) Provide a copy of your bill of sale, if requested by the dealer or Leisure Manufacturing Inc.
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YOUR PERSONAL SPA DATA
Before you begin the installation of your new spa please take a few minutes to fill out the details of your
spa. This information will become invaluable later should you have a question for your dealer or should
you need to make a warranty claim. Ask your dealer to assist you in recording this information.
Model Year
Model Name/Number
Spa Serial#
Jet Pump(s) Size (HP, SPL, Watts etc.)
Heater size (kw)
Filter Cartridge (Model Number/Size)
Topside Control/Keypad
Spa Pack Model #
Spa Pack Serial #
Dealer Name
Date of Purchase
We strongly recommend that you attach your bill of sale to this manual after installation is complete.
Keep it in a safe place for future reference. You may also wish to attach any notes you have made about
the dealer delivery, dealer start up demo or any other notes that may be of benefit in the future.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNINGS
DANGER: Risk of Accidental Drowning. Extreme caution must be exercised to prevent
unauthorized access by children. To avoid accidents, ensure that children cannot use this spa
unless they are supervised at all times.
DANGER: Risk of Injury. The suction fittings in this spa are sized to match the specific water
flow created by the pump. Should the need arise to replace the suction fittings or the pump, be
sure that the flow rates are compatible.
Never operate spa if the suction fittings are broken or missing. Never replace a suction fitting
with one rated less than the flow rate marked on the original suction fitting.
DANGER: Risk of Electric Shock. Install at least 5 feet (1.5m) from all metal surfaces. As an
alternative, a spa may be installed within 5 feet of metal surfaces if each metal surface is
permanently connected by a minimum 8 AWG (8.4mm2) solid copper conductor to the wire
connector on the terminal box that is provided for this purpose.
DANGER: Risk of Electric Shock. Do not permit any electrical appliance, such as a light,
telephone, radio, or television, within 5 feet (1.5m) of a spa.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury:
a) The water in a spa should never exceed 40°C (104°F). Water temperatures between 38°C
(100°F) and 40°C are considered safe for a healthy adult. Lower water temperatures are
recommended for young children and when spa use exceeds 10 minutes.
b) Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during
the early months of pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit spa
water temperatures to 38°C (100°F).
c) Before entering a spa, the user should measure the water temperature since the tolerance
of water temperature-regulating devices varies.
d) The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication before or during spa use may lead to
unconsciousness with the possibility of drowning.
e) Obese persons and persons with a history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure,
circulatory system problems or diabetes should consult a physician before using a spa.
f) Persons using medication should consult a physician before using a spa since some
medication may induce drowsiness while other medication may affect heart rate, blood
pressure, and circulation.
CAUTION:
Maintain water chemistry in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
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READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
When using this equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed. Including the following:
a) A green coloured terminal or a terminal marked G, GR, Ground, Grounding or the international
grounding 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.
b) At least two lugs marked "BONDING LUGS" are provided on the external surface or on the inside of
the supply terminal box or compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect the local
common bonding grid in area of the hot tub or spa to these terminals with an insulated or bare
copper conductor not smaller than No.6 AWG.
c) All field-installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains or other similar hardware within
3m (10ft) of the spa or hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment grounding bus with copper
conductors not smaller than No.6 AWG.
DO NOT connect your spa to an extension cord.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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 37°C
(98°F). The symptoms of hyperthermia include drowsiness, lethargy, and an increase in the internal
temperature of the body. The effects of hyperthermia include:

Unawareness of impending hazard

Failure to perceive heat

Failure to recognize the need to exit spa
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Physical inability to exit spa

Fetal damage in pregnant women

Unconsciousness and danger of drowning
WARNING:
The use of alcohol, drugs or medication can significantly
increase the risk of fetal hyperthermia.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR
SPAS WITH AUDIO SYSTEMS
CAUTION: Risk of Electric Shock. Do not leave compartment door open.
CAUTION: Risk of Electric Shock. Replace components only with identical components.
Do not operate the audio/video controls while inside the spa.
WARNING: Prevent Electrocution. Do not connect any auxiliary components to the system
(example: cable, additional speakers, headphones, additional audio/video components etc).
These units are not provided with an outdoor antenna. When provided, it should be installed in
accordance with article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
Do not service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other risk of injury. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
If the power supply connections or power supply cord(s) are damaged; if water is entering the
audio/video compartment or any electrical equipment compartment area; if the protective
shields or barriers are showing signs of deterioration; or if there are signs of other potential
damage to the unit, turn off the unit and refer servicing to a qualified service personnel.
This unit should be subjected to periodic routine maintenance (example: once every 3 months)
to make sure that the unit is operating properly.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Remember, your new spa is a powerful piece of electrical and plumbing equipment. You owe it to yourself,
your family and your friends to install it correctly and safely. Before attempting to hook-up or use your
spa, please read the following instructions.
POSITIONING OF YOUR SPA - CONSIDERATIONS
Your spa is completely self-contained. Therefore, you can situate it just about anywhere; on a patio, in or
on a deck, in a basement or sunroom. It comes completely pre-plumbed and water tested from the
factory. Never lift or carry the spa by the plumbing. Damage could occur which would not be covered
under warranty.
You should take into account the following when selecting prospective spa sites in order to maximize
enjoyment.
To avoid any personal injury or damage to your spa, have 4-5 people ready to assist you to move the spa
to its' final location. Use a moving dolly and/or straps to more evenly distribute the spa's weight. Never lift
or carry the spa by its' plumbing.
SITE CONSIDERATIONS
Local codes
Local building, property and electrical codes may affect your installation.
Delivery access to location
Gates, overhangs, fences, gas meters, and AC units may become
obstructions. You may need to access from a neighbour's yard or employ
a crane.
Vegetation in spa area
Trees, bushes, flowers etc. can all add to spa maintenance.
Spa location relative to
buildings
The location could add to your spa maintenance (removing snow from
cover) and increase operating costs.
Fences, tree lines
More privacy during use and serves as a wind break but may also add
more maintenance.
Spa step out location
Any surface that is slippery when wet could be dangerous for bathers both
entering and exiting the spa.
Spa Direction
View when using a lounger & ease of access for servicing.
Downspouts and natural
drainage of land
These may flood the spa area, damage spa or create a safety hazard to
bathers.
Outside water supply and
draining location
You will need a place to safely drain the spa and a way to refill it easily.
Optional accessories
These may take up added space that you must plan for (cover
remover/holder).
SPA SUPPORT
Whatever the support is, it must be:
a) A continuous, level surface, above grade, capable of handling 80 lbs. per sq. ft. that will not be
compromised by changes in the water table or water sitting in the area.
b) Such that the weight of the spa, water and bathers is not supported by the spa lip.
c) In full contact with the bottom of the spa
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ACCEPTABLE SPA SUPPORT BASES
Concrete Pad
4" to 6" thick with provision for run off
Patio Stones, Pavers etc.
Levelled with proper preparation of the earth
Wooden Deck Floor
Incl. centre support uprights in concrete and joists spaced 12" on centre
Engineered Plastic Spa Pad
Following pad manufacturer's instructions
Unacceptable Spa support bases include crushed gravel, stone dust, bare earth, platform built directly
onto earth. Damage caused by improper spa installation will void factory warranty.
Do NOT locate your spa in a low run-off area since melting snow or rain can cause pump and
equipment damage. WATER SHOULD ALWAYS DRAIN AWAY FROM THE SPA.
See “Part B – Your Specific Spa’ for dimensions that can be used to determine the proper location of
submerged conduits in concrete slab installations. All dimensions are made from the outside of the spa's
frame with the access panels removed.
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WHAT’S INSIDE YOUR SPA
HYDROTHERAPY JETS
A variety of jet sizes and internal styles are used in unique seating patterns to achieve superior
hydrotherapy in individual spa models. Therefore, not every jet described or pictured below is in every
model. Not all jet internal styles are available in all jet sizes.
To adjust the water volume, simply turn the jet face clockwise to the off position or counter clockwise to
the maximum position. If you move too hard to maximum you will release the internal from the jet body.
Jet Type
Size
Adjustable
Flow
Where it is most often used
Ozone
1 ½” (38mm)
2” (51mm)
No/Yes
Seat backs, neck & shoulders, palm jets (adjustable
flow)
Cluster
2 ¼” (56mm)
Yes
Palm jets, loungers, seat backs, calves
Mini
3 /16” (84mm)
Yes
Seat backs, footwells, neck collars, loungers
Poly
3 ⅝” (92mm)
4 ⅜” (105mm)
Yes
Seat backs, footwells, loungers
Power
5 ¼” (133mm)
Yes
Seat backs, footwells, loungers
Poly Monster
3 ½” (89mm)
No
Domes
Master Massage
7 ½” (191mm)
Yes
Footwells
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Foot Domes
Many of our larger models have unique foot domes that provide soothing therapy for
your tired and aching feet. The dome gives us the chance to provide foot massage to
several seating areas at the same time.
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Nozzle Type
Hydrotherapy Effect
Description
A steady, non-adjustable stream of water.
Fixed Stream
A volume adjustable stream of water.
Adjustable Fixed Stream
A steady volume adjustable stream of water with adjustable
nozzle direction
Directional
A volume adjustable stream of water that gives the feel of a
rotating stream of water without moving parts.
Rifled
A volume adjustable stream of water that rotates. The
combination of the moving inner mechanism and front face
gives an ever changing pattern to the massage.
Massage
Most often powered by itself from a single pump via a diverter
valve. This jet produces a tidal wave sensation in the footwell
and upwards to the water surface.
Master Massage
This high volume jet nozzle produces a volcano like sensation
so it is used in some foot domes to provide intense therapy
Monster Jet
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OTHER INTERNAL FITTINGS
Return Fitting (Models with Circ Pump only)
The return fitting is simply a wall fitting through which filtered and heated water
return to the spa. Never block this fitting with any part of your body.
Suctions
These multi-holed, anti-vortex fittings in the footwell provide the intake water for the
pump(s). A powerful suction is produced here when the jet pumps are turned on. On
systems with a circulation pump, the bypass suction fitting (smaller than regular
suction), may have little to no suction on it, since the circulation pump has a lower
flow than the jet pump and the suction is only active as the filter(s) become clogged.
All suctions in our spas are VBG compliant for your safety.
Bottom Drain (Most models)
This grated fitting, connected to the drain valve, allows for uninterrupted draining of
the spa to the lowest level possible in each model.
Perimeter LED Lighting
These round or hex shaped, multi-faceted fittings, located on the vertical spa wall and
deck of the spa, are the lenses for the LED light outputs.
Air Injectors (Models with Air Blower option)
These gently domed fittings are located in the bottom of the seats and are designed to
diffuse the air, provided by the air blower, into tiny bubbles to enhance the spa
experience.
Air Blower system with Aromatherapy Canister (Models with Air Blower option)
The Aromatherapy system works automatically whenever the air blower is activated. A
wonderful fragrance will fill the spa area adding to the overall spa experience.
To add beads to the canister:
Locate the canister on the deck of the spa Make sure the air blower is off before
removing the cap Place beads inside the canister Replace cap Turn on air blower and
enjoy!
A random trial package is included with the original Owner's Manual. Ask your dealer
for refills of aromatherapy beads.
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Teleweir
Whitewater
(Sunrise)
Skimmer/Filter
This is the housing for your cartridge filter(s) and provides skimming action to remove
surface debris. Some models have a removable basket from which debris can be
dumped.
Whitewater
(Paragon)
XL
Roadster
DECK CONTROLS
Diverter Valves
These wave handle valves are used to direct water flow between 2 groups of jets.
You can choose 1 group independently or mix between the 2 groups. We
recommend you shut off the jet pump before changing the valve setting.
Wave
Air Controls
Located on the deck of the spa, these valves control the amount of air being
mixed with the water stream at each jet. The minimum to maximum movement
is approximately ¼ turn or on/off for toggle type. More air will increase the
massage effect from the jet. Proper air draw is achieved when the jet pump is
operating on high speed, particularly if the pump is a 2-speed pump.
Toggle
On/off Water Valve
This positive seal valve is used to turn the water feature on/off. Adjust it as
needed to achieve the best effect from the water feature.
WATER FEATURES
LED Waterfall
The LED waterfall located on a flat along the inside of the spa creates a relaxing
sheet of water when turned on and adjusted using the on/off valve. When the
Light key is pressed LEDs light up the waterfall body as well as the water sheet
coming out of the waterfall.
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LED Pop Up Waterfall
This unique water feature uses the flow of water to lift the top cover when the
waterfall valve is opened. The cover's underside design causes the water to form
a fan shaped sheet which provides a waterfall effect. When the waterfall valve is
closed the cover drops back to its' rest position slowly. The pop up waterfall is
also LED ready so when the LED lights are turned on the water sheet formed will
take on the colour of the LED system.
WATER FOUNTAINS
Located along the deck of the spa, these water features create a water rope
effect into the spa when turned on.
MISCELLANEOUS
LED Spa Light
This clear or slightly bluish fitting is usually in the vertical surface of the spa
steps. It is controlled by a designated switch on the keypad. It serves as a safety
feature; lighting the spa's contours for those entering or exiting the spa.
Head Cushions
The many head cushions you will find in our spas are designed to add comfort to
your spa experience. Whether it is just to rest you head as you sit back and
enjoy the hydrotherapy or if it is to support your neck as you let our neck collar
jets soothe your aching neck and shoulders, you'll find all our head cushions
functional and comfortable.
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WHAT’S UNDER YOUR SPA (THE EQUIPMENT)
The spa's control pack, circulation pump, heater, drain connection and ozonator
may be accessed by removing the cabinet panel along the control side of the
spa. Removing the panel(s) to the right or left of the spa's main access panel will
allow access to the jet pumps, blower and any other optional equipment. On
some models, all equipment is accessible from the main access panel.
The free standing spa pack houses the receptacles and switching apparatus (circuit board) for the
pump(s) blower, light, keypad etc. ,as well as the heat regulating system. The spa pack is also where the
electrical supply connections are made. The horizontal heater is attached to the bottom of the spa pack.
2-Speed Jet Pump
A high performance 2-speed jet pump provides the power to operate the
various hydrotherapy jets in the spa, at the optimum level. On models
without a circulation pump, the low speed of the pump is used to circulate
the water so it can be filtered and heated. Some models may have a 2nd jet
pumps to properly power the jets. Gate valves in the plumbing lines allow
easy servicing of the circ pump and heater. Safety clips on the valve shafts
keep the valves open during use.
Circulation Pump
The high efficiency, space saving circulation pump slowly moves water
through the filter system, across the heater element and then back to the
spa via the return fitting.
Air Blower Pump
The quiet air blower pumps air to the air manifold creating a "champagne"
bubbling effect from the air injectors inside the spa. The air passes through
an aromatherapy canister first, eroding the scented beads that are inside
the canister.
Ozonator
An ozonator is used to assist in water treatment. The corona discharge (CD)
model produces ozone which is drawn into the spa water via the return
plumbing.
UV Sanitizer
A UV sanitizer is used to reduce chemical use by passing the spa water over
a UV bulb. The specific wavelength disrupts the DNA in the bacteria so it
cannot reproduce. This results in better overall water quality with fewer
chemicals.
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Varimax Pump
This optional variable speed jet pump is controlled by a separate keypad
on the deck of the spa. The speed of the pump can be lowered, raised or
set to alternate between 2 speeds allowing you to customize the therapy
even more. See the separate Varimax instruction sheet, in your Spa
Owner’s Packet, for complete details on how to operate this pump.
Microsilk Pump
This optional high pressure jet pump in conjunction with a patented
plumbing system creates a “cloud” of small, micro bubbles in the spa.
These micro bubbles help open your pores to invigorate both your body
and senses. Microsilk runs independently from the rest of your spa. See
the separate Microsilk instruction sheet, in your Spa Owner’s Packet, for
complete details on how to operate this unique pump.
Bromine Generator
A bromine generator uses small doses of electrical current to charge
special “plates” inside the unit. These charged plates help release bromine
from a bromine bank established in the spa. The amount to be released
can be lowered, raised or given a 1 time “boost” depending on bather load.
Complete set up and operation of the bromine generator is explained in
the manufacturer’s Owner’s Manual that we pass along to you, in your Spa
Owner’s Packet.
Other items under your spa may include an audio power supply, audio receiver and LED control system.
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START-UP
HOW YOUR SPA WORKS
Circulating, Heating and Filtering
Dedicated 24/7 circulation pump or low speed of a 2 speed pump (depending on model).
Immersion heating element within a stainless steel heater barrel.
Filter System
Single or two-cartridge system that is accessible from inside the spa.
Hydrotherapy
A combination of up to three (3) single or 2-speed jet pumps provides a gentle, low-speed therapy or
intense, high-speed therapy. The jets have directional nozzles, multiple directional nozzles, fixed nozzles
or rotating nozzles. Most of the jets have the ability to have the water volume adjusted to your therapy
needs.
Deck Controls
Air controls mix air with the water stream coming out of the jet. A diverter valve is used on some models
to dedicate pump flow to specific groups of jets or share it amongst several jets. Models with the waterfall
feature have a control valve to turn the waterfall on/off.
A digital topside control panel allows you to activate the pumps, blower and light plus set the temperature
that you want the water to be. The topside display also shows error messages and tells you if any special
spa pack features are operating, including protection against overheating and freeze-up.
Champagne Air Bubbler
The blower feature uses a high output air pump to send air through the water via shower head injectors.
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Lighting
Your spa is equipped with a multi-LED spa light allowing you to enjoy the effects of a colour changing LED
light system. LED lights around the perimeter of the spa create a special effect of colour changing lights.
LED Light Operation
Your spa may be equipped with an LED light system consisting of perimeter lights, lighted water
feature(s), lighted jets and a thru wall underwater spa light, depending on the spa model and options. The
system is controlled using the LIGHT key on the topside control panel. The spa pack is factory
set/programmed for simple on/off spa light operation. Note that not all colours are available on all LED
systems.
Operation: To move from setting to setting simply turn the LIGHT key on/off.
If the light is turned OFF for more than 5 seconds, the sequence automatically restarts at the last colour
shown.
Light Sequence (Ultrabrite System)
Slow Cycle
White
(Blue, Green and Red mix)
Aqua
(Blue and Green mix)
Magenta
(Blue and Red mix)
Blue
Gold
(Red and Green mix)
Green
Red
Flash
Strobe
Light Sequence (Via LM8 Spa Pack Module)
Gem (Red, Green and Blue mix)
Blue
Green
Red
Strobe
Fade
Island (Green and Blue mix)
Roses (Red and Green mix)
Violets (Red and Blue mix)
Music (If you have the audio option, the LED lights will change with the music)
Light Sequence (Sunlite Feature/Option Where Available – Lighted Jets)
The Sunlite System uses a special MZ controller that has a unique colour sequence.
Colour Wheel (Slow fade from colour to colour)
White
Aqua
Magenta
Blue
Red
Colour Jump (A fast change from colour to colour)
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FILLING YOUR SPA
Okay, your new spa has been connected to the power and you have a basic understanding of how the
equipment works and what the jets can do for you. We know you are anxious to fill the spa and get it
started, but please read this section carefully before you fill your spa.
1) Make certain that the breaker or fuse(s) that supplies your spa equipment is off.
2) Wash the spa surface thoroughly with warm water and a soft cloth only to remove any construction
or transportation debris.
3) Check that the drain connection is closed.
4) Check that the unions on the spa pack and pump(s) are tight. They can loosen during
transportation.
5) Remove the filter cartridges.
6) Begin filling the spa with a standard garden hose. Do not fill your spa with soft water (consult
dealer). If possible, your source fill water temperature should not be less than 70°F (21°C). Do Not
operate the spa with low water levels. A level 4" over the bottom of the skimmer mouth is
recommended. Maximum initial water level should be 6” below the spa lip. Adjust as needed based
on number of bathers using the spa. Consider adding an overflow to your spa if you are regularly
having enough bathers in the spa to significantly raise the water level such that damage to
equipment may occur.
7) Increase the fill pressure slowly to prevent surface damage by a jerking hose.
8) Visually check all lines for leaks and correct immediately. If you cannot stop the leak simply by
tightening a union or resetting an "O" ring or gasket, contact your dealer immediately.
9) Turn on the main power at your electrical panel.
10) The topside control panel will initialize and begin its’ start-up procedure. Then the system will start
the circulation pump(or low speed pump) and the heater.
11) Re-install the filter cartridges.
IMPORTANT: Now, read about the keypad operation, user settings, system defaults, automatic
functions and display messages included in this manual (see User Guide in the Index). Take a
few minutes to try the various keys and features on your new spa. For your convenience the
User Guide is located at the end of Part B of this Owner’s Manual.
Once you feel comfortable with the operation of your spa's controls, set the temperature to the desired
level (100°F/38°C is an excellent starting point). Close the air controls and cover the spa with your hard
cover. Heat up times will vary based on volume of water in the spa, but you can generally expect 6-8
hours to reach maximum temperature. Spas running on 120VAC will have a longer initial heat-up time.
Always view the temperature display before entering the water. For your own personal safety,
do not enter when the temperature exceeds the maximum set point of 40°C (104°F).
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MP3 SYSTEM OPERATION
The MP3 ready system will work with any digital audio player or any audio source whose output (usually
headphone jack) can be adapted to the 3.5mm stereo cable
1. Plug the3.5mm stereo gold plated cable (provided in the dock) into your MP3 player or other portable
media.
2. Turn MP3 player on. System is auto on. When the system detects an audio signal at the input it turns
on, within 5 seconds. You may experience a crackling or snapping sound whenever the system turns
on. Adjust MP3 player to desired volume in spa.
Note: During factory testing the subwoofer and speaker volume along with crossover setting are set to
optimum settings.
3. If MP3 player or other audio source has bass/treble settings or equalizer settings or music genre EQ
settings adjust these to desired levels.
The quality of the MP3 player being used and the downloaded audio files on the MP3 player may effect the
overall sound quality of the MP3 system on the spa.
MP3/BLUETOOTH READY SYSTEM OPERATION
The MP3/Bluetooth ready system will work with any digital audio player or any audio source whose output
(usually headphone jack) can be adapted to the 3.5mm stereo cable
MP3 Operation:
1. Plug one end of the3.5mm stereo gold plated cable (provided in the Owner’s manual packet) into your
MP3 player or other portable media.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn on the power switch (upper switch) in the dock. The red indicator light will be on.
Turn MP3 player on.
Note: If the “BT” switch is on, you will not be able to play music via the 3.5mm connection.
If MP3 player or other audio source has bass/treble settings or equalizer settings or music genre EQ
settings adjust these to desired levels.
5. Depending on the size of your MP3 player you may be able to put it inside the dock and close the door.
The quality of the MP3 player being used and the downloaded audio files on the MP3 player may effect the
overall sound quality of the MP3 system on the spa.
Bluetooth Operation:
If your audio player has Bluetooth capabilities, you may find it easier to stream audio to the
subwoofer/amp system, especially if the audio player is larger than the dock.
1. Turn on the power switch (upper switch) in the dock. The red indicator light will be on.
2. Turn your audio device on.
3. Turn the “BT” switch below the power switch to “ON”. You will hear a beep tone indicating the
Bluetooth system is ready to be activated.
4. Go to “settings” on your audio player and select “Bluetooth”.
5. The audio player should start searching for Bluetooth devices.
6. Once it locates this Bluetooth system, it should show “Blue Audio” and begin to connect to it.
7. If your audio player requires a code to connect to the Bluetooth subwoofer/amp, enter “0000”.
8. Bluetooth should complete its’ connection and show you that Blue Audio is now connected.
9. Now when you go to your audio files or other audio programs such as an Internet radio player, the
sound will be streamed to the subwoofer/amp.
10. In some cases you may need to direct the audio player to play the sound to the device or to Blue
Audio.
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MAINTENANCE
To protect the equipment and the bathers using your spa, regular maintenance must be performed.
CARING FOR THE ACRYLIC SURFACE
This beautiful acrylic surface is among the glossiest, high quality surface materials available. It's hard,
non-porous surface prevents dirt from accumulating and resists stains better than other plastic materials.
With normal use, it is so durable it will retain its beauty with only a minimum of care. So to maintain the
high gloss and elegant look, just follow these simple steps:

Use common household, non-abrasive cleaners for most cleaning jobs.
(For example: LYSOL BASIN, TUB & TILE CLEANER, GLASS PLUS, MR.CLEAN and TOP JOB, or a
mild dishwashing detergent such as IVORY LIQUID) Rinse well and dry with a clean cloth.

Never use abrasive cleaners.

Do not allow your acrylic surface to come into contact with products such as acetone (nail polish
remover), nail polish, dry cleaning solution, lacquer thinners, gasoline, pine oil, etc.

Remove dust and dry dirt with a soft, damp cloth.

Clean grease, oil, paint and ink stains with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.

Avoid using razor blades or other sharp instruments that might scratch the surface. Small
scratches can be removed by applying a thin coat of automotive paste wax and buffing lightly with
a clean cloth. For deeper scratches, sand the surface lightly with 600 grit "wet" sandpaper (never
dry) and buff with fine-grit buffing compound.
If you don't rinse off any surface cleaner thoroughly, you will experience excessive foaming on
refilling and start-up. Periodic application of a good wax adds lustre to the appearance and
protects the finish.
CLEANING THE SPA'S CABINET
Cleaning the cabinet is easy and fast with many common household cleaners. The cleaning solution should
be applied and immediately wiped dry. The cleaning solution should not be left to stand on the material for
an extended period of time.
Recommended Cleaners:
Windex, Glass Plus, 409 Glass & Surface Cleaner, Spic and Span Cinch, Fantastik All-Purpose, Regency
(Glass & Surface), Clorox Clean-Up and Fantastik Orange Action
Cleaners to avoid:
Harsh cleaners with glycol ethers or ethanol type solvents and/or isopropyl alcohol soften the coating if
left on for several minutes.
Cleaners such as Goof Off, Great Value All Purpose Cleaner (Wal-Mart), 409 General Purpose, Greased
Lightning, citrus cleaners, abrasive cleaners and solvents such as acetone, paint remover and lacquer
thinner are NOT recommended for cleaning the cabinet.
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SPA HARD COVER
In an uncovered spa, over 90% of the heat loss is from the spa surface. The evaporation also affects the
chemical balance and could create humidity problems indoors.
Hard covers are engineered for maximum thermal efficiency and appearance. They are hinged in the
middle for easier handling, and the zippers allow the tapered styrofoam inserts to be changed if damaged.
The skirt on the cover hugs the lip of the spa for a tight fit. The handles are placed so even a large cover
can be easily opened by 1 person.
The locks, with one part fastened to the deck or skirt, prevent small children or animals from entering the
spa.
•
Do not drag the cover across the spa or decking. Fold cover first, and then remove with assistance.
•
Do not place the spa where snow loads are excessive on the cover. If snow accumulates on the
cover, carefully remove the snow.
•
Do not shovel the snow as the cover will tear.
•
Do not stand on the hard cover. The cover is not warranted against the foam breaking or the vinyl
cover tearing.
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners or leather restoration-type cleaners. Use only water and a mild
detergent.
JET MAINTENANCE
Several of the jets in your spa are volume adjustable. The volume adjustment of the jet internals in these
jets can be effected by debris in the spa water. If you feel the volume adjustment getting stiff, you should
consider removing and washing the internal at the next scheduled fill and drain of the spa.
To remove an adjustable jet internal:
1) Turn the jet face to the maximum volume position (fully counter clockwise).
2) The jet face will feel as if it has stopped but if you continue to turn the face, the jet internal will
thread out of the body.
3) Check the inside of the jet body and the internal for any debris and calcium build up.
4) Wipe out the inside of the jet body, if necessary.
5) Wash the internal in your service sink. Scrub, gently, if necessary.
6) To re-install a jet internal simply thread the internal in until it stops. Now continue turning until the
internal locks into its volume adjustment range.
If you find high levels of calcium build up or any discolouration of the jet internal when removed, you
should take a spa water sample to your dealer for testing.
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DIVERTER VALVE MAINTENANCE
If your spa has a water diverter valve, it is important that you conduct regular maintenance on it to
ensure that it continues to move freely and does not begin to leak. The best time to do this maintenance
is when you are doing a drain and refill.
1) If you unthread the cap (2), you can remove a number of parts that make up the moving
assembly. These include the diverter (7), O ring (6), cap (2) and handle (l).The moving handle is
only a hand press fit, so you can take it apart easily.
2) Examine the surface of the diverter (7). If it has any scratches or score marks on it, there is debris,
likely dirt or sand getting into your spa. If you do not stop this from happening, eventually the
valve will seize and you will break off the handle or worse. This type of damage is not covered
under warranty.
3) Sand the diverter (7) lightly to remove the scratches. Clean out any debris inside the body (9).
From inside the spa you will only be able to see the inside of the body (9), the top threads and the
body O ring (8).
4) Examine the body O ring (8). This O ring seals the cap (2) to the body (9). Remove any debris that
could hinder it from sealing properly when reinstalled. Check for areas that are cut or pinched.
Pinched areas may be fixed by placing the O ring in hot water for a few minutes and then allowing
it to cool down. Cut or broken O rings should be replaced.
5) If you remove the handle (1) and cap (2) from the moving assembly you took out, you will be able
to see the O rings (6). Make sure these parts are there. They seal the shaft as it passes through
the cap (2). Do the same inspection/replacement as you did for the body O ring (8).
6) If any of the O rings are dry or hard, you can use a small amount of silicone based lubricant to
make them pliable again. DO NOT use Vaseline or any other petroleum based product on the O
rings.
7) Reassemble the moving assembly and insert it back into the body (10). As you tighten the cap (2)
move the handle (1) slightly to ensure that the cut-out on the bottom of the diverter(7) is lined up
to the sidewall tab that is in the bottom of the body(9). You may want to look at these (2) areas
for reference before you re-install the moving assembly.
8) Tighten the cap (2) hand tight only. On spa start up check the outer cap edge and inner handle for
leaks. Reminder: Never adjust the diverter valve setting while the pump is running. This
puts stress on the internal parts of the valve and could cause breakage or leaking to
occur.
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FILTER SYSTEM
GENERAL INFORMATION
You will need to regularly inspect your filter cartridges to ensure they are clean.
As your cartridges get dirtier they could effect:
 Heating of the spa water: restricted water flow from a clogged filter can cause error codes to
display on the control pad and prevent the spa from heating properly
 Water quality: a change in function of the ozone injection system can result in a drop, or
complete stop, of ozone draw into the spa water
Keeping a second set of cartridges and rotating out dirty ones for clean ones can help keep your water
clean and sparkling, reduce chemical consumption and down time due to cartridge cleaning.
SPECIAL NOTE: Several replacement cartridges look similar. Using the wrong cartridge may cause
problems. Ask your dealer for the code that identifies your cartridge and record it.
CLEANING FILTER CARTRIDGES
1) Remove large debris by separating cartridge folds and spraying with a stream of water. Your
kitchen or laundry sink is useful for this.
2) Contaminants that cause the cartridge to become brownish or greyish in colour require soaking
overnight in specially formulated cartridge cleaner (available from your dealer).
3) Use a large plastic pail and follow the package directions. For safety reasons, you should locate
your soaking pail out of reach of children.
4) Rinse the cartridge thoroughly to remove all the cleaner.
5) Allow cleaned cartridge to dry completely before re-using.
6) Spread pleats and run a soft brush through each one individually to complete the cleaning process.
ACCESSING FILTER CARTRIDGES
See Part B –Your Specific Spa for information on accessing your filter cartridge.
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DRAINING YOUR SPA
KNOWING WHEN TO DRAIN
Dissolved solids from bather load and ongoing chemical treatment accumulate in your spa water. The
early sign of a high level of dissolved solids is unmanageable cloudy water.
When in doubt, remember that the best
chemical for your spa is fresh water!
HOW TO DRAIN YOUR SPA
1) Turn down the set point on your spa and allow adequate time for the water to cool down. Uncover
and run high speed pump to speed up cooling.
2) Turn power off to your spa.
3) Attach the appropriate size hose to the drain connection (see below).
4) Route the hose to an appropriate drain location.
5) When the drain is opened the spa will gravity drain, even unattended.
6) As draining proceeds, move water from contours of seats, into the footwell. Draining will stop due
to drain height.
7) Remove any remaining water with a shop vac, sponge and pail or simply dilute in your fresh fill.
8) Before refilling, clean spa surface as necessary.
9) Don't forget to close the drain before refilling.
If you want to speed up the draining process, simply use a submersible
sump pump available through most hardware stores.
DRAIN CONNECTIONS
Hose Drain (Most Models)
Located in the equipment area, the flexible hose drain
easily connects to a standard garden hose. After
routing the garden hose to a suitable drain
location, turn off the spa, then turn the valve
handle to open the valve and start draining.
Push/Pull Drain Valve (Paragon Models)
This E-Z drain is located through the base kicker,
often in the corner and on the equipment side of the
spa.
1. Using the center pull tab, pull the drain internal
forward.
2. Remove the cap, thread on your garden hose and
route it to an appropriate drain location.
3. Pull on the hose end at the drain to open the
internal drain. The spa will now gravity drain.
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Rotary Screw Drain
(Models with Molded Bottom Pan)
Located through the equipment base, this drain fitting
accepts a garden hose connection. To open simply
turn the outer perimeter counter clockwise until it
stops. Then pull the assembly forward to open the
inner drain valve.
WINTERIZING YOUR SPA
Cold climates, where danger of freezing exists, require special care on your part in order to prevent
damage to the spa shell and equipment. If you plan to use your spa during the cold months, be sure your
pump is running frequently enough to keep the water moving so that the heater will operate. It may be
best to set your controls to keep the pump on low speed at all times. This will keep the water from
freezing and the heater will come on as the temperatures drop.
WARNING:
If you have a power outage, and cold temperatures are possible, your
spa and equipment could freeze, especially if it is mounted in a deck
without a cabinet. Ice in the spa and equipment will cause damage.
You should consider the need to have your spa professionally winterized if it is to be dormant for
a period. This is especially true if you are taking an extended winter vacation.
Follow the procedure below to help prevent damage to your
spa and related equipment:
1) Drain the spa of all water, as outlined in owner's manual. Shut off the spa's power supply.
2) Remove any remaining water with sponge. If you have a shop vac, try vacuuming as much water
as possible out of the jets and spa shell. If you cannot remove all of the water (especially from the
air injectors) RV style or plumbing system anti-freeze should be added to the injectors.
3) Remove spa equipment system and pump for storage inside. If this is not practical, use the shop
vac again to draw any water from the pump(s) casings. Remove lower casing drain plugs. Add antifreeze to all pump housings. (see note below)
4) The filter should be drained and cartridge removed and cleaned. Remove the filter cartridge and
pour anti-freeze as mentioned earlier into the filter canister. Store the filter element in a room with
above freezing temperatures.
5) Support the hard cover along the hinge with 2 by 4's across the spa. Lock your hard cover over the
spa and cover entire spa with a tarpaulin. Block the tarp in place or staple to your cabinetry.
6) When you refill in the spring, remember to re-install any plugs that were removed. Follow the
directions for start-up, as if this were a new spa.
Note: Any RV style or plumbing system anti-freeze used may leave behind a residue that could cause a
white "fizz" in the first refill of water, especially when the jet pump(s) are turned on. You may need to
drain and refill the spa to clear away the residue. During colder months of the year, plumbing
anti-freeze is added to all pump housings as part of our production procedures. This fact is noted
on the outer spa packaging.
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TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR SPA
COMMON PROBLEMS AND HOW TO SOLVE THEM
NOTICE:
A large number of problems on start up can be attributed to mis-wiring and
a poor understanding of how the spa operates and its' features. Take the
time to read and understand this manual. If you have any questions contact your dealer.
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI) OR RESIDUAL CURRENT
DETECTOR (RCD) SHUTS OFF ON INITIAL START UP
Probable
cause:
Mis-wiring of GFCI/RCD.
Action:
Contact electrician and/or dealer.
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI) or RESIDUAL CURRENT
DETECTOR (RCD) SHUTS OFF (NOT ON INITIAL START UP)
Probable
cause:
One or more pieces of equipment is shorting to ground or total current draw exceeds
GFCI/RCD rating.
Action:
Contact dealer: DO NOT use spa. Take measures to ensure others do not use spa.
SPA IS COMPLETELY "DEAD" (NO CIRCULATION AND NO DISPLAY ON TOPSIDE
CONTROL PANEL)
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Probable
cause #1:
GFCI/RCD has tripped (shut off).
Action:
Reset GFCI/RCD and monitor for futures trips. Alert dealer if problem persists.
Probable
cause #2:
Breaker or fuse before GFCI/RCD is tripped or blown.
Action:
Shut off GFCI/RCD, reset breaker or replace fuse, reset GFCI/RCD and test. Contact
electrician or dealer if problem persists.
Probable
cause #3:
Transformer fuse blown in spa pack.
Action:
Locate fuse in spa pack, test and/or replace. Or contact dealer for service.
Probable
cause #4:
Insufficient line voltage to power up spa pack processor.
Action:
Contact electrician to measure line voltages and inspect supply connections.
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NO HEAT OR HEAT TOO LOW
Probable
cause #1:
Set point is not at desired level.
Action:
Review set point and change if necessary.
Probable
cause #2:
Circ pump is not running or pumping.
Action:
Check if valves on circ pump/heater system are open (handle pulled up exposing
valve shaft, safety clips should be in place to prevent valve closure). Check if circ
pump is plugged in or if circ pump fuse in spa pack is burnt out.
Probable
cause #3:
Spa is not covered when not being used.
Action:
Cover spa to retain heat.
Probable
cause #4:
Heater is not on due to error message showing on display.
Action:
Check for open gate valves on equipment, correct low water level in spa, and
examine condition of filter cartridge(s). Turn spa power off then back on. Monitor for
reoccurring error message on display. Contact dealer if problem persists.
Probable
cause #5:
System Input current setting is restricting heater operation.
Action:
Consult dealer/electrician on system current setup and if a higher input current is
available from the supply. This may mean rewiring the spa with a larger gauge cable
and/or breaker.
Probable
cause #6:
Lack of insulation in a custom installation.
Action:
Protect underside of spa from prevailing cold winds or snow. Enclose custom
installations.
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JET(S) DO NOT COME ON WHEN PUMP KEY IS PRESSED
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Probable
cause #1:
Jet pump is not plugged into spa pack.
Action:
Plug pump in and test.
Probable
cause #2:
Jet pump fuse blown in spa pack.
Action:
Locate & test/replace pump fuse in spa pack. Contact dealer if problem persists.
Probable
cause #3:
Jet pump is not primed.
Action:
Shut off spa and allow trapped air to escape. Restart spa & check jet pump operation.
If problem persists bleed air at pump directly by opening union on pump until all
entrapped air is released. Retest.
Probable
cause #4:
Individually adjustable volume jets are adjusted to low volume.
Action:
Turn face of specific jet to increase water volume.
Probable
cause #5:
Air control is closed. No visible air/water mix.
Action:
Open air control to increase air/water mix.
Probable
cause #6:
Pump has overheated and tripped internal thermal overload.
Action:
Wait for pump to cool & listen for "snap" sound as overload resets. Pump should
restart. Contact dealer if problem persists.
Probable
cause #7:
Pump is not pumping due to broken part inside (motor works, pump is primed but
there is no water movement from pump).
Action:
Contact dealer for service.
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AIR INJECTORS DO NOT BUBBLE WHEN BLOWER KEY IS PRESSED
Probable
cause #1:
Air blower is not plugged in to spa pack.
Action:
Plug blower in and test.
Probable
cause #2:
Blower fuse blown in spa pack.
Action:
Locate and test/replace blower fuse in spa pack. Call dealer if problem persists.
Probable
cause #3:
Air blower disconnected from blower plumbing.
Action:
View blower plumbing and reconnect if disconnected. Test.
Probable
cause #4:
Air blower has overheated and thermal overload has tripped.
Action:
Wait for blower to cool and reset. Re-test. Call dealer if problem persists.
LED LIGHT(S) DO NOT COME ON WHEN LIGHT KEY IS PRESSED.
Probable
cause #1:
Light fuse blown in spa pack
Action:
Locate and test/replace light fuse in spa pack Call dealer if problem persists.
Probable
cause #2:
In -line or on board fuse blown in LED controller
Action:
Locate and test/replace light fuse in LED control box.
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NO AIR/WATER MIXTURE COMING FROM A JET
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Probable
cause #1:
Air control is closed
Action:
Open air control
Probable
cause #2:
Water volume through jet is too low to draw air
Action:
Increase water volume by turning jet face
Probable
cause #3:
Adjustable jet internal is loose.
Action:
Tighten jet internal
Probable
cause #4:
Jet internal is broken or damaged
Action:
Replace jet internal with another one from the spa or with a new one.
Probable
cause #5:
Debris inside the jet internal
Action:
Remove the internal, inspect for debris, remove debris and re-install. Test
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HOW TO CHECK A FUSE
Note: You should only remove/check a fuse if you feel comfortable doing so. Do not risk personal
injury. If in doubt, contact your service technician.
Fuses are located within the wiring compartment. Always replace fuses with the same style and amp value
as shown on the label inside the wiring compartment!
Small Glass Fuses
1) Shut off power to the spa.
2) Use a small screwdriver or pliers to gently remove the fuse from its fuse holder.
3) View the filament inside the fuse and replace if broken.
4) Use an ohmmeter to check the fuse. Ohms reading should be towards 0 ohms. A reading of infinity
means the fuse is open and must be replaced.
Cartridge Fuses & Small Cartridge Fuses
1) Shut off power to the spa.
2) Use pliers to remove the fuse from its fuse holder.
3) Replace fuse and test system.
These types of fuses are available from your local dealer and may be available from local electronic stores
and home centres. Each fuse has a voltage and amp rating listed on it and should be used to obtain a
replacement fuse.
Note: A single fuse may protect more than 1 component in your spa.
WARRANTY SERVICE
In the event that you require warranty service, please call the authorized dealer where you purchased the
spa. Your dealer has trained service personnel and an obligation to provide you with excellent after-sales
service. We conduct yearly training classes to update and refresh technicians.
BEFORE CONFIRMING A SERVICE APPOINTMENT
Have ready the serial number and model number/name of your spa, your date of purchase and store
receipt. The spa model and serial number information can be found on the silver and black data plate
attached to the lower right corner on the equipment side of the spa. It is also located on the Spa
Identification Sheet that is within a plastic bag stapled to the backside of the equipment panel.
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BP501/601 Series Spa Packs
Includes: SR1BP501, SR2BP501, SR2BP501X, SR2BP601, SR2BP601X
“Typical Board Layout”
Fuse
Size
Protects
F2
3A, 250V
Ozonator
F3
10A, 250V
Blower (when connected to J14)
F4
3A, 250V
Spa Light
F5
30A
Pump 1, Circ Pump, Audio, pump 2(when connected to J14)
F6
0.3A, 250V
Transformer
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BP2000/2100 Series Spa Packs
Includes: SRBP20, SRBP20X, SRBP20MS, SRBP21, SRBP21X, SRBP21MS
“Typical Board Layout”
Fuse
Size
Protects
F1
30A
F2
10A, 250VAC
Component(s) plugged into J1 on expander board
Typically Pump 2, Pump 3, Microsilk
Ozonator, Circ Pump
F3
0.3A, S10-B10
Transformer
F4
3A,S10-B10
Spa light
F6
30A
Pump 1, Audio
F7
10A, 250V
Blower (J14)
F8
30A
Pump 2, Blower (J14)
Note: When system software set-up is such that blower is connected to Expander X-P332, the inline fuse
in the AMP adapter is 10A, 250V.
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WATER TREATMENT GUIDE
HEALTH HAZARD:
THE WATER IN YOUR SPA MUST BE CHEMICALLY TREATED AND
MAINTAINED AT REGULAR INTERVALS.
Bacteria can enter your spa water through the fill source, the bathers, and the environment. It is
the responsibility of the spa owner to chemically treat the spa water in accordance with the local
standards. Cross contamination between bathers can occur.
Your dealer or local pool and spa professional can provide expert testing along with all the
products you will need for clear, clean, healthy spa water. Follow their instructions.
Untreated water is not only uncomfortable to relax in; it poses a health hazard to all bathers and
a safety hazard to the equipment.
Equipment and surface damage caused by poor water treatment and/or unbalanced spa water is
not covered under warranty.
SANITIZING YOUR SPA
IMPORTANT: * Your dealer may be promoting a water treatment system that does not
employ part of all of the general water care instructions below. This guide is designed to
give the spa owner a basic understanding of spa water treatment.* When in doubt, follow the
recommendations of your dealer. It is recommended that you have your source water tested by your
dealer or local testing agency before the first fill. Knowing the characteristics of your source water can
help you maintain clean and clear spa water on a regular basis.
INITIAL START-UP
(Review chemical manual - if applicable)
Your spa has__________litres,__________gallons of water (please fill in).
1) When the spa is full, add a scale preventative to inhibit staining and scale formation.
2) Test and adjust alkalinity to level recommended by manufacturer, this stabilizes pH.
3) Circulate water for 24 hours.
4) Test the pH. The ideal range is 7.2 to 7.6. Adjust if necessary with pH Booster or pH Reducer.
5) Circulate the water for 30 minutes.
6) If you are using Organic Bromine (Bromine Tablets), adjust your dispenser so the bromine residual
is 3 to 5 ppm. Lower bromine level may be possible with ozonator.
7) Whenever adjusting spa chemicals, less is better. Add chemicals in small amounts over several
days.
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Does your spa have a Fresh Water Ozone system on it?
1) The Fresh Water Ozone System is very simple to monitor. Follow the procedures listed below to
ensure continued clean, healthy water.
2) Using chlorine and a DPD test kit, measure Free Available Chlorine (FAC) and Total Chlorine (TC).
As long as the difference is less than 0.5 ppm, the powerful oxidizer from the Fresh Water Ozone
system is entering your spa and cleaning your water. You will only need to add small amounts of
chlorine to maintain a sanitizer.
3) Check your pH, total alkalinity and calcium hardness as recommended by your Sunrise Spa dealer,
and adjust if required. Please note: With the Sunrise Fresh Water Ozone system, maintain a pH
between 7.6 and 7.8.
4) Check the bubble mist entering the spa, via the dedicated ozone/return jet, for consistency. An
irregular bubble mist could indicate a blockage in the pump or pipes, a dirty cartridge(s) , low
water level or pump operation problems.
5) On an ultraviolet ozonator, check the glow fitting on the ozonator for a blue colour to ensure that
the bulb is on. On a CD ozonator check that the ‘power on’ indicator light is on.
6) Disconnect the tubing from the glow fitting and place your finger over the end of the tubing to feel
for suction. This will ensure that the bubble mist entering your spa is coming through the Sunrise
Fresh Water Ozone system.
REMEMBER: Your spa water cannot be treated if the circulation system is not operating. The longer the
spa's circulation system runs, the cleaner your water will be. This is not a problem on spa with a dedicated
circulation pump. However, on models that use the low speed of a 2-speed pump to circulate the water,
the filter cycle should be no less than 4 to 6 hours per day.
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
To keep your spa water sparkling clear and odour free, follow these steps:
1) Spas with adjustable filter cycles should be operated a minimum of 8 hours a day to remove
suspended particles that may exist.( 4 hours per a 12 hour period)
2) Test pH to maintain a level of 7.2 to 7.6. If an ozonator is being used, pH should be 7.8 while
ozonator is working.
3) If you are using Organic Bromine (Bromine Tablets) adjust your feeder so the bromine residual is 3
to 5 ppm.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
When the spa is not in use:
1) Add 1 cap (30 mL) of a Scale Preventative per 250 gal (1000 Litres) to inhibit scaling and staining.
Circulate water for 30 minutes.
2) Add a Brightener 24 hours after adding the Scale Preventative. Circulate the water for 30 minutes.
3) With the bromine sanitizing system, contaminants may build up during the week. The spa should
be shocked with a Spa Shock. This will eliminate any odour and restore clarity to the water.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
1) Greases, oils and organic waste can accumulate on the filter cartridge reducing their efficiency and
limiting the effectiveness of the disinfectant. Clean the filter with CARTRIDGE CLEANER as directed.
Physically clean the filter basket daily (if applicable).
NOTE: It is not recommended to use muriatic acid on filter cartridges as this is a raw chemical
which does not rinse out well, ending up back in the water causing low pH levels.
2) The use of the scum ball will cut down on grease, foam and suspended particles in the spa. The
scum ball acts as a filter before the filter and will increase the life of the cartridge.
3) The use of a thermal insulated hard cover will reduce evaporation and heat loss. Keep cover on and
level at all times when spa is not in use.
4) Once you have established a comfortable water temperature to soak at, leave the thermostat at
that temperature. Rapid changes in water temperature consume more energy.
5) Take a sample of water to your dealer to test for alkalinity, calcium and total dissolved solids.
6) WHEN TO DRAIN SPA WATER. Due to the warm water temperature and high evaporation rate, the
total dissolved solids tend to build up. For this reason we recommend draining and refilling the spa
every 2 to 4 months - depending on usage.
7) Clean your filter(s) at least once every two weeks or after heavy bather loads, by soaking your
filter(s) in cartridge cleaner. Dirty filters cause the heater to shut off or the spa temperature to drift
lower than desired.
NOTE: Remove any objects floating on the water before removing skimmer basket and filter or they may
be sucked into the pump.
NOTE: Spas should not be left running unattended without filters. Remove filters for cleaning. Always turn
off the spa before removing the cartridge(s) Debris can enter plumbing and cause damage.
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CHEMICAL SAFETY TIPS
READ THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY
1) Always add chemicals to water, never add water to chemicals.
2) Do not mix chemicals.
3) Store chemicals in a cool dry place - out of reach of children.
4) In case of contact or if chemical is swallowed, follow emergency advice on product label.
5) Do not smoke near chemicals. Keep the container closed when not in use.
WATER BALANCE
Water balance is important to the overall performance of your spa. No 2 spa's water conditions are exactly
alike. The water source, location of the spa and frequency of use all effect the water balance. Unbalanced
water can damage the equipment, especially the heater element, make the water uncomfortable for the
user, and decrease the effectiveness of the disinfectant. Total alkalinity, pH, and calcium hardness must
be within the correct range to balance the water. Damage to equipment caused by improper water
chemistry is not covered by warranty.
pH
Simply pH is a scale indicating whether spa water is basic, neutral or acidic. Spa water should be slightly
basic 7.2 to 7.6; 7.8 with an ozonator in operation. A low pH below 7.2 leads to corrosion of spa
equipment and will irritate the skin of the bathers. The sanitizer will dissipate more rapidly. A low pH can
be corrected by adding a pH Increaser.
ALKALINITY
Total alkalinity is a measure of the alkaline in the water. They act as a pH buffer or a pH stabilizer
preventing large changes in the pH. The total alkalinity should be between 80 to 150 ppm; ideally 120
ppm. Tablet chlorine and bromine tend to gradually lower the alkalinity level.
Low total alkalinity causes:
 the pH to wander
 corrosive water
 disinfectants to be ineffective
To raise the total alkalinity, add ALKA RISE.
High total alkalinity causes:
 cloudy water
 scale formation
To lower the total alkalinity, add a pH Reducer.
CALCIUM HARDNESS
Calcium hardness is the hardness present due to dissolved calcium. The desired range is 150 ppm to 280
ppm.
Low calcium hardness causes:
 corrosive water
 staining of spa
To correct this problem, add a Scale Preventative. (Do not fill the spa with soft water!)
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COMMON SPA WATER PROBLEMS
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
CLOUDY WATER
a) Organic contaminants build up
a) Shock treatment with a Spa Shock
b) Suspended particles
b) Add a Brightener, use scum ball
c) pH high
c) Add pH reducer, until pH level reads
7.2 - 7.6
d)Total Alkalinity too high
d) Add pH reducer, adjust total alkalinity
to 80-150ppm
e) Hardness too high
e) Add a Scale Preventative, circulate
through a water softener until hardness
is 150-280ppm.
f) Poor filtration
f) Dirty filter, clean with Cartridge
Cleaner
g) High dissolved solids
g) Empty spa and refill
a) Dissolved copper, iron and other
metals from source water or
equipment
a) Use Scale Preventative, have your
dealer check water balance
b) Algae
b) Add an Algaecide
c) Fragrance
c) Stop the use of fragrance
a) High concentration of oils and
organic contaminants being
agitated by jets
a) Squirt Defoamer on foam; use the
scum ball or spa ball
b) Soft water
b) Add a Calcium Increaser until
hardness is 150-280ppm.
SCALE DEPOSITS
High calcium level, high pH, high
alkalinity
Drain partially, add a Scale Preventative
to correct pH level to 7.2 - 7.6 and
alkalinity to 80-150ppm.
ODOUR
High level or organic contaminants,
combined bromine
Shock with a Spa Shock
EYE/SKIN IRRITATION
pH too low
Add a pH Booster until level is 7.2 - 7.6
NO BROMINE READING
High concentration of organic
contaminants using up sanitizers
Add sanitizers (bromine) until levels are
up to recommended range
COLOURED WATER
FOAMING
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SPA OWNER’S MANUAL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PART B – BRAND SPECIFIC MANUAL
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
KEYPAD OPERATION
SRS-M-B
Read in conjunction with Part A – General Manual to
form a complete Owner’s Manual
INDEX
Table of Contents
BRAND CONFIGURATION TABLE ................................................................................................................................................................ 3
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION - GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................................................................... 4
SUPPLY CABLE ENTRY INTO SPA EQUIPMENT AREA ............................................................................................................................. 4
HOW TO PASS THE CABLE THROUGH THE SPA ENCLOSURE ................................................................................................................ 4
115 VOLT SUPPLY CONNECTION........................................................................................................................................................... 4
230 VOLT SUPPLY CONNECTION........................................................................................................................................................... 6
TYPICAL NORTH AMERICAN GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTION (GFCI) ..................................................................................... 6
SPECIAL NOTE: DISCONNET SWITCH .................................................................................................................................................... 6
SPECIAL NOTE: EMERGENCY SWITCH ................................................................................................................................................... 6
YOUR FILTER – REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT .............................................................................................................................................. 7
ADDENDUM A – TP600 USER GUIDE W/ SIMPLIFIED MENUS ................................................................................................................... 9
ADDENDUM B – TP600 USER GUIDE W/ STANDARD MENUS .................................................................................................................. 24
ADDENDUM C – SPA TOUCH USER GUIDE ............................................................................................................................................... 50
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BRAND CONFIGURATION TABLE
Series
Signature
Frame/Bottom
Dimension A
Dimension
B
Filter
User
Guide
Hilo
Polysteel/PE
5” (13cm)
5” (13cm)
Teleweir
TP600
Simplified
770
Polysteel/PE
5” (13cm)
5” (13cm)
Whitewater
TP600
Simplified
780
Polysteel/PE
5” (13cm)
5” (13cm)
Whitewater
TP600
Simplified
939**
Polysteel/PE
5” (13cm)
5” (13cm)
Whitewater
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
949**
Polysteel/PE
5” (13cm)
5” (13cm)
Whitewater
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
959**
Polysteel/PE
5” (13cm)
5” (13cm)
Whitewater
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
989**
Polysteel/PE
5” (13cm)
5” (13cm)
Whitewater
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
S103**
Polysteel/PE
6”(15cm)
6”(15cm)
Teleweir
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
S104**
Polysteel/PE
6”(15cm)
6”(15cm)
Teleweir
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
S105**
Polysteel/PE
6”(15cm)
6”(15cm)
Teleweir
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
S106**
Polysteel/PE
6”(15cm)
6”(15cm)
Teleweir
TP600
Simplified
TP600
Standard
Jewel
Steel/ABS Base
26”(66cm)
6”(15cm)
Paragon XL
SpaTouch
Essence
Steel/ABS Base
23”(58cm)
7”(18cm)
Paragon XL
SpaTouch
Genesis
Steel/ABS Base
24”(61cm)
7”(18cm)
Paragon XL
SpaTouch
Medallion
Steel/ABS Base
38”(96.5cm)
6”(15cm)
Paragon XL
SpaTouch
Sunlite
Paragon
Alternate
User
Guide*
Model
* Used when spa has circ pump or Microsilk options, where applicable
Special Note Regarding Dimensions A & B: This chart should only be used as a
guide for a location to bring submerged conduit up from a concrete pad. Several
other locations may exist depending on which side of the spa you need the
electrical supply to enter on. Review the equipment area to determine other safe
areas to pass a cable through the spa bottom.
**Note: Models offered with an upgrade to a molded bottom pan and tri-lam
cabinet may or may not use the dimensions shown. We strongly suggest you remove the equipment side
panel and review the equipment layout and pan to determine a location where an electrical conduit or
cable can pass through the pan without interfering with any pumps or plumbing.
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INFORMATION
SUPPLY CABLE ENTRY INTO SPA EQUIPMENT AREA

In all cases the best side for entry of the supply cable is the side to your left when you are standing
at the equipment panel.

Right side entry is possible; however, this may involve additional supply cable, parts and time.
HOW TO PASS THE CABLE THROUGH THE SPA ENCLOSURE
POLYSTEEL FRAME WITH POLYETHYLENE BOTTOM AND POLYSTEEL PANELS
a) You can choose to notch the polysteel panel so you can pass the cable/conduit through and still be
able to remove/replace the panel for servicing. You should consider securing the cable or conduit to
the spa’s metal frame where cable/conduit passes through the cabinet.
b) You may also route a cable up under the corner. The curved panel is flexible enough and there is
enough space to run the cable this way. Removing the corner may help you to do this easier.
c) On a concrete pad where you have a conduit or cable coming up within the perimeter of the spa,
you can easily cut an opening in the polyethylene bottom to access the cable or conduit/wires. See
above table for recommended opening location.
You may wish to insulate any opening or cut-out you make in the spa’s cabinet panel or corner or bottom
to keep cold air and small animals out.
115 VOLT CORD CONNECTION
This unit has been built, tested and approved with a cord connected 115VAC built in Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupter (GFCI).
The cord must only be plugged into a receptacle that is connected to
a dedicated 15A breaker or fuse.
DO NOT extend the connection by the use of an extension cord. This
will void the warranty and could cause damage to the spa and its’
users.
GFCI Test Procedure:
1. With the GFCI plugged into a grounded 115VAC, 15A outlet
press the yellow TEST button.
2. The spa should shut off and a small light between the TEST
and RESET buttons should be lighted.
3. Press the red RESET button to reset the GFCI and start the spa.
FAMILIARIZE yourself with the test procedure for the GF CI. TEST the GFCI upon every use of the spa.
If the GFCI does not shut the spa off when the TEST button is pressed or does not start up when the
RESET button is pressed DO NOT USE THE SPA. Contact your dealer and/or a qualified electrician
immediately. Take steps to ensure that no person(s) can use the spa while the problem is being reviewed
and corrected.
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Note: In new installations, GFCI trippings due to mis-wiring are very common.
If the breaker is properly wired, GFCI trippings can occur when the total amount of current drawn by the
spa exceeds the rating of the breaker. Such an occurrence, however, is very unlikely, since each output of
the spa pack is individually fused and fuses will blow before the GFCI trips. A current leak to the ground
will also make the GFCI trip. If one or more of the components is faulty and there is a leak of more than 5
mA, the GFCI will trip to prevent electrocution.
230 VOLT SUPPLY CONNECTION
Power Requirements
240VAC, 60Hz, Class A GFCI-protected service
4 wires (Hot-Line 1, Hot-Line 2, Neutral, Ground)
For current requirements & breaker rating see nameplate on spa.
Power Up Screen
Each time the system powers up, a series of numbers is displayed. After the start-up sequence of
numbers, the system will enter Priming Mode. Next, refer to the User Guide for your keypad at the back of
this manual.
NORTH AMERICAN (60HZ) MODELS
Please note the following important information:
When using this electrical equipment, basic safety instructions should be followed, including the following:
READ AND FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS
1) Electrical installation must be carried out by a qualified electrician strictly in accordance with local
governing codes.
2) A terminal marked "ground" is located within the control box. 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 the
equipment.
3) At least two lugs marked "bonding lugs" are provided on the external surface of the control box. To
reduce the risk of electric shock connect the local common bonding grid in the area of the hot tub
or spa to these terminals with an insulated or bare copper conductor not smaller than No. 6 AWG.
4) All field installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains or other similar hardware within
3m (10 ft.) of the spa or hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment grounding bus with copper
conductors not smaller than No. 6 AWG.
5) Test the ground fault circuit interrupter before each use of the spa.
6) Before servicing any electrical components of the system make sure that the power supply is
switched off.
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TYPICAL NORTH AMERICAN GFCI
Several different models of GFCIs are available on the market.
Note that our illustrations are generic.
WIRE SIZE AND OVER CURRENT PROTECTION (CANADA/US)
Amp rating of spa
More than
To
Supply Wire type and size
60C copper, AWG 75C copper, AWG
Over Current
Protection (amps)
16
20
10
10
25
20
24
28
32
36
40
24
28
32
36
40
48
10
8
8
6
6
4
10
10
8
8
8
6
30
35
40
45
50
60
Note: If your GFCI trips immediately on start-up or during the opening use of the spa, DO NOT USE THE
SPA and take precautions to ensure that no one uses the spa, while you contact your dealer/electrician.
GFCI trips on newly installed spas are predominantly caused by mis-wired GFCIs.
SPECIAL NOTE: DISCONNECT SWITCH
This unit must be connected to a disconnect that de-energizes power to the entire unit for servicing,
maintenance or the like. The disconnect switch, with marked "OFF" position, must be located within sight
from the equipment and at least 5ft. (1.52m) from the inside walls of the spa.
SPECIAL NOTE: EMERGENCY SWITCH
This unit is intended for use in a single family dwelling. When used in locations other than a single family
dwelling, a clearly labelled emergency switch, readily accessible to the occupants and at least 5ft. (1.52m)
away from the unit, shall be provided as part of the installation.
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YOUR FILTER – REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Our various spa models use different filter systems depending on the spa design. Identify which filter
system is in your spa and check () it off for future reference.
 “TELEWEIR” SKIM FILTER
Single cartridge mounted vertically 50 sq ft, 14 ½” (36.8cm) high (part #PWW50L)
Also available: Dual Core Cartridge (part #PDC570-AFS)
HILO MODEL ONLY: Single cartridge mounted vertically 35 sq ft, 5”( 12.7cm) diameter x 8 ½”
(21.6 cm) high (part #PWW35L)
1. Shut off your spa at the Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current
Detector (RCD).
2. Lift the floating weir and filter sleeve straight
up above the filter body to remove.
3. Use the cartridge handle to thread the
cartridge out of the filter body.
4. Examine, clean, rotate or replace the
cartridge as necessary.
5. Hold the filter sleeve and twist weir top to
remove weir and allow basket debris to be
dumped out.
6. Reverse the procedure to install new or
cleaned cartridges.
 WHITEWATER SKIM FILTER
Dual cartridges mounted vertically 50 sq ft each, 8” (20cm) high (part #PPG-50P4)
1) Shut off your spa at the Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current
Detector (RCD).
2) Remove the decorative top cover.
3) Remove each cartridge by simply grasping
the handle and turning it until it threads out
of the cartridge mount.
4) Reverse the procedure to install new or
cleaned cartridges.
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 WHITEWATER SKIM FILTER II
Dual cartridges mounted horizontally 25 sq ft each, 7” (17.8cm) high (part #PSN-25)
1) Shut off your spa at the Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current
Detector (RCD).
2) Remove the decorative top cover and hold
the weir gate up.
3) Each cartridge is mounted on an adapter
that is threaded into a through-wall cartridge
mount.
4) Pull each cartridge forward off the adapter.
The adapter can remain threaded into the
cartridge mount.
5) Reverse the procedure to install new or
cleaned cartridges.
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ADDENDUM A
TP600 User Guide
With Simplified Menu Feature
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TP600 and TP400 Control Panels
Balboa Water Group Revolution Series
User Interface and Programming Reference – Simplified Menus
System Model:
BP1500 / BP1600 - Other BP-Series Systems as required.
Software Version:
7.0 and later
Panel Model:
TP600 Series
TP400 Series
Software Version:
2.3 or later
2.4 or later
JETS
J S
AUX
AUX
X
LIGHT
LIGHT
LIG
HEAT
HEAT
AT
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Main Menus
Navigation
Navigating the entire menu structure is done with 2 or 3 buttons on the control panel.
Some panels have separate WARM (Up) and COOL (Down) buttons, while
others have a single Temperature button. In the navigation diagrams
Temperature buttons are indicated by a single button icon.
Panels that have two Temperature buttons (Warm and Cool) can
use both of them to simplify navigation and programming where
a single Temperature icon is shown.
The LIGHT Button is also used to
choose the various menus and navigate each section.
Typical use of the Temperature button(s) allows changing the
Set Temperature while the numbers are flashing in the LCD.
Pressing the LIGHT button while the numbers are flashing will
enter the menus.
The menus can be exited with certain button presses. Simply waiting for
several seconds will return the panel operation to normal.
Key
Power-up Screens
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Each time the System powers up, a series of numbers is displayed.
After the startup sequence of numbers, the system will enter Priming Mode (See Page 3).
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Waiting time that keeps the last change to a menu item.
time (depends on menu item) that reverts to original setting and
***** Waiting
ignores any change to that menu item.
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
SET
RANGE
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light.
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
SET
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Waiting Several Seconds in the Main Menu
will allow the display to revert to the Main Screen.
Most changes are not saved unless Light
is pressed.
Refer to Key above.
SET READY
Service Technician Menu:
When Test Mode is activated by setting DIP switch 1 ON,
the “TEST” menu item will appear before FLIP and the “UTIL” menu item will appear after MODE. See Service and Installation Guide for more information.
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Fill it up!
Preparation and Filling
Fill the spa to its correct operating level. Be sure to open all valves and jets in the plumbing system before filling to allow
as much air as possible to escape from the plumbing and the control system during the filling process.
After turning the power on at the main power panel, the top-side panel display will go through specific sequences. These
sequences are normal and display a variety of information regarding the configuration of the hot tub control.
Priming Mode – M019*
This mode will last for 4-5 minutes or you can manually exit the priming mode after the pump(s) have primed.
Regardless of whether the priming mode ends automatically or you manually exit the priming mode, the system will automatically return to normal heating and filtering at the end of the priming mode. During the priming mode, the heater is
disabled to allow the priming process to be completed without the possibility of energizing the heater under low-flow or
no-flow conditions. Nothing comes on automatically, but the pump(s) can be energized by pushing the “Jet” buttons.
If the spa has a Circ Pump, it can be activated by pressing the “Light” button during Priming Mode.
Priming the Pumps
As soon as the above display appears on the panel, push the “Jet” button once to start Pump 1 in low-speed and then
again to switch to high-speed. Also, push the Pump 2 or “Aux” button, if you have a 2nd pump, to turn it on. The pumps
will now be running in high-speed to facilitate priming. If the pumps have not primed after 2 minutes, and water is not
flowing from the jets in the spa, do not allow the pumps to continue to run. Turn off the pumps and repeat the process.
Note: Turning the power off and back on again will initiate a new pump priming session. Sometimes momentarily turning
the pump off and on will help it to prime. Do not do this more than 5 times. If the pump(s) will not prime, shut off the
power to the spa and call for service.
Important: A pump should not be allowed to run without priming for more than 2 minutes. Under NO circumstances should
a pump be allowed to run without priming beyond the end of the 4-5 minute priming mode. Doing so may cause damage to
the pump and cause the system to energize the heater and go into an overheat condition.
Exiting Priming Mode
You can manually exit Priming Mode by pressing a “Temp” button (Up or Down). Note that if you do not manually exit the
priming mode as described above, the priming mode will be automatically terminated after 4-5 minutes. Be sure that the
pump(s) have been primed by this time.
Once the system has exited Priming Mode, the top-side panel will momentarily display the set temperature but the display
will not show the temperature yet, as shown below. This is because the system requires approximately 1 minute of water
or
READY
RANGE
READY
RANGE
flowing through the heater to determine the water temperature and display it.
*M019 is a Message Code. See Page 8.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Spa Behavior
Pumps
Press the “Jets 1” button once to turn pump 1 on or off, and to shift between low- and high-speeds if equipped.
If left running, the pump will turn off after a time-out period. The pump 1 low-speed will time out after 30 minutes. The
high-speed will time out after 15 minutes.
On non-circ systems, the low-speed of pump 1 runs when the blower or any other pump is on. If the spa is in Ready Mode
(See page 6), Pump 1 low may also activate for at least 1 minute every 30 minutes to detect the spa temperature (polling)
and then to heat to the set temperature if needed. When the low-speed turns on automatically, it cannot be deactivated
from the panel, however the high speed may be started.
Circulation Pump Modes
If the system is equipped with a circ pump, it will be configured to work in one of three different ways:
1, The circ pump operates continuously (24 hours) with the exception of turning off for 30 minutes at a time when the
water temperature reaches 3°F (1.5°C) above the set temperature (most likely to happen in very hot climates).
2, The circ pump stays on continuously, regardless of water temperature.
3, A programmable circ pump will come on when the system is checking temperature (polling), during filter cycles, during
freeze conditions, or when another pump is on.
The specific Circulation Mode that is used has been determined by the Manufacturer and cannot be changed in the field.
Filtration and Ozone
On non-circ systems, Pump 1 low and the ozone generator will run during filtration. On circ systems, the ozone will run with
the circ pump.
The system is factory-programmed with two filter cycles that will run 10 minutes after power-up. The filter duration is programmable. (See page 7)
At the start of each filter cycle, the blower (if there is one) or Pump 2 (if there is one) will run briefly to purge its plumbing to maintain good water quality.
Freeze Protection
If the temperature sensors within the heater detect a low enough temperature, then the pump(s) and the blower automatically activate to provide freeze protection. The pump(s) and blower will run either continuously or periodically depending
on conditions.
In colder climates, an optional additional freeze sensor may be added to protect against freeze conditions that may not
be sensed by the standard sensors. Auxiliary freeze sensor protection acts similarly except with the temperature thresholds
determined by the switch. See your dealer for details.
Clean-up Cycle (optional)
When a pump or blower is turned on by a button press, a clean-up cycle begins 30 minutes after the pump or blower is
turned off or times out. The pump and the ozone generator will run for 30 minutes or more, depending on the system.
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Temperature and Temp Range
Adjusting the Set Temperature
When using a panel with Up and Down buttons (Temperature buttons), pressing Up or Down will cause the temperature to
flash. Pressing a temperature button again will adjust the set temperature in the direction indicated on the button. When
the LCD stops flashing, the spa will heat to the new set temperature when required.
If the panel has a single temperature button, pressing the button will cause the temperature to flash. Pressing the button
again will cause the temperature to change in one direction (e.g. UP). After allowing the display to stop flashing, pressing
the Temperature Button will cause the temperature to flash and the next press will change the temperature in the opposite
direction (e.g. DOWN).
The temperature can be set between 60°F and 104°F.
Press-and-Hold
If a Temperature button is pressed and held when the temperature is flashing, the temperature will continue to change
until the button is released. If only one temperature button is available and the limit of the Temperature Range is reached
when the button is being held, the progression will reverse direction.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Mode – Ready and Rest
In order for the spa to heat, a pump needs to circulate water through the heater. The pump that performs this function is
known as the “heater pump.”
The heater pump can be either a 2-Speed Pump 1 or a circulation pump.
If the heater pump is a 2-Speed Pump 1, READY Mode will circulate water every 1/2 hour, using Pump 1 Low, in order to
maintain a constant water temperature, heat as needed, and refresh the temperature display. This is known as “polling.”
REST Mode will only allow heating during programmed filter cycles. Since polling does not occur, the temperature display
may not show a current temperature until the heater pump has been running for a minute or two.
Circulation Mode (See Page 4, under Pumps, for other circulation modes)
If the spa is configured for 24HR circulation, the heater pump generally runs continuously. Since the heater pump is always
running, the spa will maintain set temperature and heat as needed in Ready Mode, without polling.
In Rest Mode, the spa will only heat to set temperature during programmed filter times, even though the water is being
filtered constantly when in Circulation Mode.
Key
Main Screen
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
READY
RANGE
SET
RANGE FLTR1
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until MODE
appears in the LCD.
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Waiting time that keeps the last change to a menu item.
Main Screen
To Set
SET READY
SET
*****
Waiting
REST
Several Seconds
Reverts to Original Setting
REST RANGE FLTR1
Toggle between READY and REST
Pressing Light when the display is toggled will go to Main Screen.
To next item in
Main Menu
If not toggled
READY Mode will allow the spa to Poll and determine a need for heat. The panel will maintain a “current” temperature display.
REST Mode will not Poll and will only heat during filter cycles. The panel will not display a current temperature at all times.
Main Screen
REST RANGE FLTR1
time (depends on menu item) that reverts to original setting and
***** Waiting
ignores any change to that menu item.
1 Hour
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
The Main Screen will display RUN PUMP FOR TEMP if the filtration pump has not run for over 1 hour.
The Main Screen will display normally during Filter Cycles or when the spa is in use.
If the filtration pump has been off for an hour or more, when any function button, EXCEPT Light, is pressed on the panel,
the pump used in conjuncton with the heater will run so that temperature can be sensed and displayed.
Ready-in-Rest Mode
READY/REST appears in the display if the spa is in Rest Mode and Jet 1 is pressed. It is assumed that the spa is being used
and will heat to set temperature. While Pump 1 High can be turned on and off, Pump 1 Low will run until set temperature
is reached, or 1 hour has passed. After 1 hour, the System will revert to Rest Mode. This mode can also be reset by entering
the Mode Menu and changing the Mode.
Main Screen
REST RANGE
Main Screen
J
READY/REST RANGE
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Flip (Invert Display)
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Key
SET
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until FLIP
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
Main Screen
Waiting time that keeps the last change to a menu item.
or
Several Seconds
SET
READY
SET
To next item in
Main Menu
If not toggled
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
RANGE FLTR1
time (depends on menu item) that reverts to original setting and
***** Waiting
ignores any change to that menu item.
Toggle the inversion of the segmented characters
Pressing Light when the display is toggled will go to Main Screen.
Note:
Some panels may have a dedicated FLIP button,
which allows the user to flip the display with a single button-press.
Adjusting Filtration
Main Filtration
Filter cycles are set using a duration. Each setting can be adjusted in 1-hour increments. Filter Cycle 1 and
Filter Cycle 2 (if enabled) are set to the same duration.
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR12
SET
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until FLTR
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Sets Filter length in hours
Main Screen
To Set
SET
FLTR12
*****
Waiting
READY
RANGE FLTR12
Several Seconds
Reverts to Original Setting
If Filter Cycle 2 is enabled, Filter 12 will appear in the LCD. If Filter is disabled, Filter 1 will appear.
Purge Cycles
In order to maintain sanitary conditions, secondary Pumps and/or a Blower will purge water from their respective plumbing
by running briefly at the beginning of each filter cycle.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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General Messages
Priming Mode – M019
Each time the spa is powered up, it will enter Priming Mode. The purpose of Priming Mode is to allow the user to run each
pump and manually verify that the pumps are primed (air is purged) and water is flowing. This typically requires observing
the output of each pump separately, and is generally not possible in normal operation. Priming Mode lasts 4 minutes, but
you can exit it earlier by pressing any Temp button. The heater is not allowed to run during Priming Mode.
NOTE: If your spa has a Circ Pump, it will turn on with Jets 1 in Priming Mode. The Circ Pump will run by itself when Priming Mode is exited.
or
READY
RANGE
READY
RANGE
Water Temperature is Unknown
After the pump has been running for 1 minute, the temperature will be displayed.
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Too Cold - Freeze Protection
A potential freeze condition has been detected, or the Aux Freeze Switch has closed, and all pumps and blower are activated. All pumps and blower are ON for at least 4 minutes after the potential freeze condition has ended, or when the aux
freeze switch opens.
In some cases, pumps may turn on and off and the heater may operate during Freeze Protection.
This is an operational message, not an error indication.
Water is too Hot (OHS) – M029
One of the water temp sensors has detected spa water temp 110°F (43.3°C) and spa functions are disabled. System will
auto reset when the spa water temp is below 108°F (42.2°C). Check for extended pump operation or
high ambient temp.
Safety Trip - Pump Suction Blockage* – M033
The Safety Trip error message indicates that the vacuum switch has closed. This occurs when there has been a suction problem or a possible entrapment situation avoided. (Note: not all spas have this feature.)
M0XX numbers are Message Codes. See Page 15.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Heater-Related Messages
Heater Flow is Reduced (HFL) – M016
There may not be enough water flow through the heater to carry the heat away from the heating element. Heater start up
will begin again after about 1 min. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
Heater Flow is Reduced (LF)* – M017
There is not enough water flow through the heater to carry the heat away from the heating element and the heater has
been disabled. See “Flow Related Checks” below. After the problem has been resolved, you must press any button to reset
and begin heater start up.
Heater may be Dry (dr)* – M028
Possible dry heater, or not enough water in the heater to start it. The spa is shut down for 15 min. Press any button to
reset the heater start-up. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
Heater is Dry* – M027
There is not enough water in the heater to start it. The spa is shut down. After the problem has been resolved, you must
press any button to reset and restart heater start up. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
Heater is too Hot (OHH)* – M030
One of the water temp sensors has detected 118°f (47.8°C) in the heater and the spa is shut down. You must press any
button to reset when water is below 108°f (42.2°C). See “Flow Related Checks” below.
A Reset Message may Appear with other Messages.
Some errors may require power to be removed and restored.
Flow-Related Checks
Check for low water level, suction flow restrictions, closed valves, trapped air, too many closed jets and pump prime.
On some systems even when spa is shut down, some equipment may occasionally
turn on to continue monitoring temperature or if freeze protection is needed.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Sensor-Related Messages
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Sensor Balance is Poor – M015
The temperature sensors MAY be out of sync by 2°F or 3°F. Call for Service.
Sensor Balance is Poor* – M026
The temperature sensors ARE out of sync. The Sensor Balance is Poor fault has been established for at least 1 hour.
Call for Service.
Sensor Failure – Sensor A: M031, Sensor B: M032
A temperature sensor or sensor circuit has failed. Call for Service.
Miscellaneous Messages
No Communications
The control panel is not receiving communication from the System. Call for Service.
Pre-Production Software
The Control System is operating with test software. Call for Service.
READY
RANGE FLTR1
°F or °C is replaced by °T
The Control System is in Test Mode. Call for Service.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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System-Related Messages
Memory Failure - Checksum Error* – M022
At Power-Up, the system has failed the Program Checksum Test. This indicates a problem with the firmware (operation
program) and requires a service call.
Memory Warning - Persistent Memory Reset* – M021
Appears after any system setup change. Contact your dealer or service organization if this message appears on more than
one power-up, or if it appears after the system has been running normally for a period of time.
Memory Failure - Clock Error* – M020 - Not Applicable on the BP1500
Contact your dealer or service organization.
Configuration Error – Spa will not Start Up
Contact your dealer or service organization.
GFCI Failure - System Could Not Test/Trip the GFCI – M036
NORTH AMERICA ONLY. May indicate an unsafe installation. Contact your dealer or service organization.
A Pump Appears to be Stuck ON – M034
Water may be overheated. POWER DOWN THE SPA. DO NOT ENTER THE WATER. Contact your dealer or service organization.
A Pump Appears to have been Stuck ON when spa was last powered – M035
POWER DOWN THE SPA. DO NOT ENTER THE WATER.
Contact your dealer or service organization.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Reminder Messages
General maintenance helps.
Reminder Messages can be suppressed by using the PREF Menu. See Page 11.
Reminder Messages can be chosen individually by the Manufacturer. They may be disabled entirely, or there may be a limited
number of reminders on a specific model.
The frequency of each reminder (i.e. 7 days) can be specified by the Manufacturer.
Press a Temperature button to reset a displayed reminder message.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 7 days.
Check pH with a test kit and adjust pH with the appropriate chemicals.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 7 days.
Check sanitizer level and other water chemistry with a test kit and adjust with the appropriate chemicals.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 30 days.
Clean the filter media as instructed by the manufacturer. See HOLD on page 6.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 30 days.
The Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current Device (RCD) is an important safety device and must be
tested on a regular basis to verify its reliability.
Every user should be trained to safely test the GFCI or RCD associated with the hot tub installation.
A GFCI or RCD will have a TEST and RESET button on it that allows a user to verify proper function.
Warning:
If freezing conditions exist, a GFCI or RCD should be reset immediately or spa damage could result.
The end user should always trained to test and reset the GFCI or RCD on a regular basis.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Reminder Messages Continued
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 90 days.
Change the water in the spa on regular basis to maintain proper chemical balance and sanitary conditions.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 180 days.
Vinyl covers should be cleaned and conditioned for maximum life.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 180 days.
Wood skirting and furniture should be cleaned and conditioned per the manufacturers instructions for maximum life.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 365 days.
Filters should be replaced occasionally to maintain proper spa function and sanitary conditions.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
As needed.
Install new mineral cartridge
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Warning! Qualified Technician Required for Service and Installation
Basic Installation and
Configuration Guidelines
CSA Compliance/Conformité
Use minimum 6AWG copper conductors only.
• Test the ground fault circuit interrupter or residual current device before
each use of the spa.
Torque field connections between 21 and 23 in lbs.
Readily accessible disconnecting means to be provided at time of installation.
Permanently connected.
Connect only to a circuit protected by a Class A Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current Device (RCD) mounted at least 5’
(1.52M) from the inside walls of the spa/hot tub and in line of sight from
the equipment compartment.
CSA enclosure: Type 2
Caution:
• Read the instruction manual.
• Adequate drainage must be provided if the equipment is to be installed
in a pit.
• For use only within an enclosure rated CSA Enclosure 3.
• Connect only to a circuit protected by a Class A ground fault circuit
interrupter or residual current device.
• To ensure continued protection against shock hazard, use only identical
replacement parts when servicing.
Refer to Wiring Diagram inside the cover of the control enclosure.
• Install a suitably rated suction guard to match the maximum flow rate
marked.
Refer to Installation and Safety Instructions provided by the spa manufacturer.
Warning:
• Water temperature in excess of 38°C may be injurious to your health.
Warning: People with infectious diseases should not use a spa or hot
• Disconnect the electrical power before servicing.
tub.
Attention:
Warning: To avoid injury, exercise care when entering or exiting the spa
or hot tub.
• Toujours verifier l’efficacite du disjoncteur differentiel avant d’utiliser
differentiel avant d’utiliser le bain.
Warning: Do not use a spa or hot tub immediately following strenuous
• Lire la notice technique.
exercise
Warning: Prolonged immersion in a spa or hot tub may be injurious to
• Lorsque l’appareillage est installe dans une fosse, on doit assurer un
drainage adequat.
your health
• Employer uniquement a l’interieur d’une cloture CSA Enclosure 3.
Warning: Maintain water chemistry in accordance with the Manufacturers instructions.
Warning: The equipment and controls shall be located not less than 1.5
meters horizontally from the spa or hot tub.
• Connecter uniquement a un circuit protege par un disjoncteur differentiel de Class A.
• Afin d’assurer une protection permanente contre le danger de shock
electrique, lors de l’entretien employer seulement des pieces de rechange
identiques.
Warning! GFCI or RCD Protection.
• Les prises d’aspiration doivent etre equipees de grilles convenant au
debit maximal indique.
The Owner should test and reset the GFCI or RCD on a
regular basis to verify its function.
Avertissement:
• Des temperatures de l’eau superieures a 38°C peuvent presenter un
danger pour la sante.
Warning! Shock Hazard!
No User Serviceable Parts.
Do not attempt service of this control system. Contact your
dealer or service organization for assistance. Follow all
owner’s manual power connection instructions. Installation
must be performed by a licensed electrician and all grounding connections must be properly installed.
• Deconnecter du circuit d’alimentation electrique avante l’entretien.
Warning/Advertissement:
• Disconnect the electric power before servicing. Keep access door closed.
• Deconnecter du circuit d’alimentation electrique avant l’entretien.
Garder la porte fermer.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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ADDENDUM B
TP600 User Guide
With Standard Menu Feature
24
DOC: SRS-M-B
Sunrise Spas 2014 Owner’s Manual
TP600 and TP400 Control Panels
Balboa Water Group Revolution Series
User Interface and Programming Reference
System Model:
BP1500 / BP1600 - Other BP-Series Systems as required.
Software Version:
5.0 and later
Panel Model:
TP600 Series
TP400 Series
Software Version:
2.3 or later
2.4 or later
JETS
J S
AUX
AUX
X
LIGHT
LIGHT
LIG
HEAT
HEAT
AT
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Main Menus
Navigation
Navigating the entire menu structure is done with 2 or 3 buttons on the control panel.
Some panels have separate WARM (Up) and COOL (Down) buttons, while
others have a single Temperature button. In the navigation diagrams
Temperature buttons are indicated by a single button icon.
Panels that have two Temperature buttons (Warm and Cool) can
use both of them to simplify navigation and programming where
a single Temperature icon is shown.
The LIGHT Button is also used to
choose the various menus and navigate each section.
Typical use of the Temperature button(s) allows changing the
Set Temperature while the numbers are flashing in the LCD.
Pressing the LIGHT button while the numbers are flashing will
enter the menus.
The menus can be exited with certain button presses. Simply waiting for
several seconds will return the panel operation to normal.
Key
Power-up Screens
Each time the System powers up, a series of numbers is displayed.
After the startup sequence of numbers, the system will enter Priming Mode (See Page 3).
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
SET
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light.
RANGE
Light Cycle if enabled
SET
RANGE
SET READY
SET
1
P
SET
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
If Time of Day is not set
“SET TIME” will
appear in this menu.
2
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Waiting Several Seconds in the Main Menu
will allow the display to revert to the Main Screen
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Fill it up!
Preparation and Filling
Fill the spa to its correct operating level. Be sure to open all valves and jets in the plumbing system before filling to allow
as much air as possible to escape from the plumbing and the control system during the filling process.
After turning the power on at the main power panel, the top-side panel display will go through specific sequences. These
sequences are normal and display a variety of information regarding the configuration of the hot tub control.
Priming Mode – M019*
This mode will last for 4-5 minutes or you can manually exit the priming mode after the pump(s) have primed.
Regardless of whether the priming mode ends automatically or you manually exit the priming mode, the system will automatically return to normal heating and filtering at the end of the priming mode. During the priming mode, the heater is
disabled to allow the priming process to be completed without the possibility of energizing the heater under low-flow or
no-flow conditions. Nothing comes on automatically, but the pump(s) can be energized by pushing the “Jet” buttons.
If the spa has a Circ Pump, it can be activated by pressing the “Light” button during Priming Mode.
Priming the Pumps
As soon as the above display appears on the panel, push the “Jet” button once to start Pump 1 in low-speed and then
again to switch to high-speed. Also, push the Pump 2 or “Aux” button, if you have a 2nd pump, to turn it on. The pumps
will now be running in high-speed to facilitate priming. If the pumps have not primed after 2 minutes, and water is not
flowing from the jets in the spa, do not allow the pumps to continue to run. Turn off the pumps and repeat the process.
Note: Turning the power off and back on again will initiate a new pump priming session. Sometimes momentarily turning
the pump off and on will help it to prime. Do not do this more than 5 times. If the pump(s) will not prime, shut off the
power to the spa and call for service.
Important: A pump should not be allowed to run without priming for more than 2 minutes. Under NO circumstances should
a pump be allowed to run without priming beyond the end of the 4-5 minute priming mode. Doing so may cause damage to
the pump and cause the system to energize the heater and go into an overheat condition.
Exiting Priming Mode
You can manually exit Priming Mode by pressing a “Temp” button (Up or Down). Note that if you do not manually exit the
priming mode as described above, the priming mode will be automatically terminated after 4-5 minutes. Be sure that the
pump(s) have been primed by this time.
Once the system has exited Priming Mode, the top-side panel will momentarily display the set temperature but the display
will not show the temperature yet, as shown below. This is because the system requires approximately 1 minute of water
or
READY
RANGE
READY
RANGE
flowing through the heater to determine the water temperature and display it.
*M019 is a Message Code. See Page 15.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Spa Behavior
Pumps
Press the “Jets 1” button once to turn pump 1 on or off, and to shift between low- and high-speeds if equipped.
If left running, the pump will turn off after a time-out period. The pump 1 low-speed will time out after 30 minutes. The
high-speed will time out after 15 minutes.
On non-circ systems, the low-speed of pump 1 runs when the blower or any other pump is on. If the spa is in Ready Mode
(See page 6), Pump 1 low may also activate for at least 1 minute every 30 minutes to detect the spa temperature (polling)
and then to heat to the set temperature if needed. When the low-speed turns on automatically, it cannot be deactivated
from the panel, however the high speed may be started.
Circulation Pump Modes
If the system is equipped with a circ pump, it will be configured to work in one of three different ways:
1, The circ pump operates continuously (24 hours) with the exception of turning off for 30 minutes at a time when the
water temperature reaches 3°F (1.5°C) above the set temperature (most likely to happen in very hot climates).
2, The circ pump stays on continuously, regardless of water temperature.
3, A programmable circ pump will come on when the system is checking temperature (polling), during filter cycles, during
freeze conditions, or when another pump is on.
The specific Circulation Mode that is used has been determined by the Manufacturer and cannot be changed in the field.
Filtration and Ozone
On non-circ systems, Pump 1 low and the ozone generator will run during filtration. On circ systems, the ozone will run with
the circ pump.
The system is factory-programmed with one filter cycle that will run in the evening (assuming the time-of-day is properly
set) when energy rates are often lower. The filter time and duration are programmable. (See page 10)
A second filter cycle can be enabled as needed.
At the start of each filter cycle, the blower (if there is one) or Pump 2 (if there is one) will run briefly to purge its plumbing to maintain good water quality.
Freeze Protection
If the temperature sensors within the heater detect a low enough temperature, then the pump(s) and the blower automatically activate to provide freeze protection. The pump(s) and blower will run either continuously or periodically depending
on conditions.
In colder climates, an optional additional freeze sensor may be added to protect against freeze conditions that may not
be sensed by the standard sensors. Auxiliary freeze sensor protection acts similarly except with the temperature thresholds
determined by the switch. See your dealer for details.
Clean-up Cycle (optional)
When a pump or blower is turned on by a button press, a clean-up cycle begins 30 minutes after the pump or blower is
turned off or times out. The pump and the ozone generator will run for 30 minutes or more, depending on the system. On
some systems, you can change this setting. (See the Preferences section on page 12)
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Temperature and Temp Range
Adjusting the Set Temperature
When using a panel with Up and Down buttons (Temperature buttons), pressing Up or Down will cause the temperature to
flash. Pressing a temperature button again will adjust the set temperature in the direction indicated on the button. When
the LCD stops flashing, the spa will heat to the new set temperature when required.
If the panel has a single temperature button, pressing the button will cause the temperature to flash. Pressing the button
again will cause the temperature to change in one direction (e.g. UP). After allowing the display to stop flashing, pressing
the Temperature Button will cause the temperature to flash and the next press will change the temperature in the opposite
direction (e.g. DOWN).
Press-and-Hold
If a Temperature button is pressed and held when the temperature is flashing, the temperature will continue to change
until the button is released. If only one temperature button is available and the limit of the Temperature Range is reached
when the button is being held, the progression will reverse direction.
Dual Temperature Ranges
This system incorporates two temperature range settings with independent set temperatures. The High Range designated in
the display by an “up” arrow, and the Low Range designated in the display by a “down” arrow.
These ranges can be used for various reasons, with a common use being a “ready to use” setting vs. a “vacation” setting.
The Ranges are chosen using the menu structure below. Each range maintains its own set temperature as programmed by
the user. This way, when a range is chosen, the spa will heat to the set temperature associated with that range.
High Range can be set between 80°F and 104°F.
Low Range can be set between 50°F and 99°F.
Key
More specific Temp Ranges may be determined by the Manufacturer.
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
Freeze Protection is active in either range.
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
See Ready and Rest on Page 6
for additional heating control information.
Main Screen
READY
Set Temp will Show & Flash
SET
RANGE FLTR1
High-Range vs.
Low-Range Temp Choice
RANGE
While
temperature
is flashing...
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Press a Temp Button repeatedly to change the temperature.
SET
RANGE
SET
RANGE
SET
OR
Several Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Pressing and holding a Temp Button will also change the temperature.
Toggle the Range arrows in the LCD.
SET
RANGE
Main Screen
RANGE
Main Screen
OR
Several Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
To next item in Main Menu
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Set Temp will Show & Flash
SET
RANGE FLTR1
Press a Temp Button repeatedly to change the temperature.
SET
RANGE FLTR1
SET
RANGE FLTR1
Main Screen
OR
Several Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Pressing and holding a Temp Button will also change the temperature.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Mode – Ready and Rest
In order for the spa to heat, a pump needs to circulate water through the heater. The pump that performs this function is
known as the “heater pump.”
The heater pump can be either a 2-Speed Pump 1 or a circulation pump.
If the heater pump is a 2-Speed Pump 1, READY Mode will circulate water every 1/2 hour, using Pump 1 Low, in order to
maintain a constant water temperature, heat as needed, and refresh the temperature display. This is known as “polling.”
REST Mode will only allow heating during programmed filter cycles. Since polling does not occur, the temperature display
may not show a current temperature until the heater pump has been running for a minute or two.
Circulation Mode (See Page 4, under Pumps, for other circulation modes)
If the spa is configured for 24HR circulation, the heater pump generally runs continuously. Since the heater pump is always
running, the spa will maintain set temperature and heat as needed in Ready Mode, without polling.
In Rest Mode, the spa will only heat to set temperature during programmed filter times, even though the water is being
filtered constantly when in Circulation Mode.
Key
Main Screen
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
READY
RANGE
SET
RANGE FLTR1
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until MODE
appears in the LCD.
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Main Screen
or
Several Seconds
SET READY
SET
REST RANGE FLTR1
Toggle between READY and REST
Pressing Light when the display is toggled will go to Main Screen.
To next item in
Main Menu
If not toggled
READY Mode will allow the spa to Poll and determine a need for heat. The panel will maintain a “current” temperature display.
REST Mode will not Poll and will only heat during filter cycles. The panel will not display a current temperature at all times.
Main Screen
REST RANGE FLTR1
REST
1 Hour
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
REST RANGE
The Main Screen will display RUN PUMP FOR TEMP if the filtration pump has not run for over 1 hour.
The Main Screen will display normally during Filter Cycles or when the spa is in use.
If the filtration pump has been off for an hour or more, when any function button, EXCEPT Light, is pressed on the panel,
the pump used in conjuncton with the heater will run so that temperature can be sensed and displayed.
Ready-in-Rest Mode
READY/REST appears in the display if the spa is in Rest Mode and Jet 1 is pressed. It is assumed that the spa is being used
and will heat to set temperature. While Pump 1 High can be turned on and off, Pump 1 Low will run until set temperature
is reached, or 1 hour has passed. After 1 hour, the System will revert to Rest Mode. This mode can also be reset by entering
the Mode Menu and changing the Mode.
Main Screen
REST RANGE
Main Screen
J
READY/REST RANGE
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Show and Set Time-of-Day
Be sure to set the Time-of-Day
Setting the time-of-day can be important for determining filtration times and other background features.
When in the TIME menu, SET TIME will flash on the display if no time-of-day is set in the memory.
24-hour time display can be set under the PREF menu. (See Page 10)
Key
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
SET
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until TIME
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Main Screen
or
Several Seconds
P
READY
RANGE FLTR1
To next item in
Main Menu
Main Screen
or
Several Seconds
P
SET
SET
SET
P
P
SET
P
READY
RANGE FLTR1
If Time of Day is not actually programmed due to a power cycle,
SET TIME will appear in the menu instead of just TIME.
P
Note:
If power is interrupted to the system, Time-of-Day is not stored. The system will still operate and all other user settings
will be stored. If filter cycles are required to run at a particular time of day, resetting the clock will return the filter times
to the actual programmed periods.
When the system starts up, it defaults to 12:00 Noon, so another way to get filter times back to normal is to start up the
spa at noon on any given day. SET TIME will still flash in the TIME Menu until the time is actually set, but since the spa
started at noon, the filter cycles will run as programmed.
Flip (Invert Display)
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
SET
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until FLIP
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Main Screen
or
Several Seconds
SET
SET
To next item in
Main Menu
If not toggled
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Toggle the inversion of the segmented characters
Pressing Light when the display is toggled will go to Main Screen.
Note:
Some panels may have a dedicated FLIP button,
which allows the user to flip the display with a single button-press.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Restricting Operation
The control can be restricted to prevent unwanted use or temperature adjustments.
Locking the panel prevents the controller from being used, but all automatic functions are still active.
Locking the Temperature allows Jets and other features to be used, but the Set Temperature and other programmed settings
cannot be adjusted.
Temperature Lock allows access to a reduced selection of menu items.
These include Set Temperature, FLIP, LOCK, UTIL, INFO and FALT LOG.
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Key
RANGE
SET
Locks Temp. and Settings.
SET
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until LOCK
appears in the LCD.
SET
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Locks all function buttons.
Waiting time - varies depending on function
SET
Main Screen
To next item in
Main Menu
OR
SET
SET
Several Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Panel Locked
Main Screen
Main Screen
Any
Button
Press
READY
RANGE FLTR1
READY
RANGE FLTR1
A Few
Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
LOCK will remain on the display
for 3 seconds and then revert to the normal display.
Temperature Locked
Main Screen
READY
Main Screen
RANGE FLTR1
RANGE
READY
RANGE FLTR1
A Few
Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
When the Temperature is locked, the panel will display the Set Temperature
by pressing a Temperature Button, as ususal.
LOCK will appear if an attempt to reset the temperature is made with a subsequent button press.
Adjustable settings in the menus are also locked.
Other function buttons will operate normally.
Unlocking
This Unlock sequence may be used from any screen that may be displayed on a restricted panel.
Main Screen
Press and HOLD the Temperature Button (or UP button, if available)
Press the Light Button twice
A Few
Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
NOTE: If the panel has both an UP and a Down button, the ONLY button that will work in the Unlock Sequence is
the UP button.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Hold (Standby)
Hold Mode – M037*
Hold Mode is used to disable the pumps during service functions like cleaning or replacing the filter. Hold Mode will last for
1 hour unless the mode is exited manually.
Drain Mode
Some spas have a special feature that allows a pump to be
employed when draining the water.
When available, this feature is a component of Hold Mode.
RANGE FLTR1
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Main Screen
READY
Key
SET
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until HOLD
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
Main Screen
SET
Several Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
To next item in
Main Menu
Some spas will allow
PUMP ING OUT (Drain Mode)
with Jet 1 button
OR
Press JET Button for Pump Out/Drain, only if Drain Mode is enabled.
J
Jet 1 will toggle pump on and off.
Main Screen
or
Several Seconds
READY
RANGE FLTR1
M037 is a Message Code. See Page 15.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Adjusting Filtration
Main Filtration
Filter cycles are set using a start time and a duration. Start time is indicated by an “A” or “P” in the bottom right corner of
the display. Duration has no “A” or “P” indication. Each setting can be adjusted in 15-minute increments. The panel calculates the end time and displays it automatically.
Key
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
SET
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until FLTR 1
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Sets start hour
Shows/flashes start time
Selects minutes
Sets 15-minute increments
Several Seconds
FLTR1
1
SET
FLTR1
SET
P
FLTR1
Sets Filter 1 lenght in hours
to show RUN HRS
FLTR1
SET
P
P
Selects part of an hour
FLTR1
SET
P
OR
Sets 15-minute increments
Several
Seconds
FLTR1
FLTR1
SET
FLTR1
FLTR1
SET
FLTR1
SET
to show F1 ENDS xx:xx
OR
Main Screen
or
Several Seconds
A
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Main Screen
Several
Seconds
2
FLTR 2
SET
SET
FLTR 2
Shows/flashes start time
To next item in
Main Menu
READY
OR
Sets start hour
RANGE FLTR1
Selects minutes
Sets 15-minute increments
Several Seconds
FLTR 2
SET
FLTR 2 P
SET
FLTR 2 P
SET
Sets Filter 1 lenght in hours
to show RUN HRS
FLTR 2 P
Selects part of an hour
FLTR 2 P
SET
OR
Sets 15-minute increments
Several
Seconds
FLTR 2
FLTR 2
SET
FLTR 2
SET
to show F1 ENDS xx:xx
FLTR 2
FLTR 2
SET
OR
Main Screen
or
Several Seconds
A
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Filter Cycle 2 - Optional Filtration
Filter Cycle 2 is OFF by default.
It is possible to overlap Filter Cycle 1 and Filter Cycle 2, which will shorten
overall filtration by the overlap amount.
Purge Cycles
In order to maintain sanitary conditions, secondary Pumps and/or a Blower will
purge water from their respective plumbing by running briefly at the
beginning of each filter cycle.
If Filter Cycle 1 is set for 24 hours, enabling Filter Cycle 2 will initiate a purge
when Filter Cycle 2 is programmed to begin.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Light Timer Programming
Light Timer Option
Key
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
If LITE TIMR does not appear in the Main Menu, the Light Timer
feature is not enabled by the manufacturer.
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
When available, the Light Timer is OFF by default.
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
SET
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until LITE TIMR
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
To next item in
Main Menu
Main Screen
Several Seconds
SET
SET
READY
OR
Shows/flashes start time
Sets start hour
RANGE FLTR1
Selects minutes
Sets 15-minute increments
Several Seconds
SET
to show RUN HRS
A
SET
A
Sets Timer Length in hours
SET
Selects part of an hour
A
SET
A
OR
Sets 15-minute increments
Several
Seconds
SET
SET
SET
OR
Main Screen
to show TIMR ENDS xx:xx
or
Several Seconds
A
READY
RANGE FLTR1
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Preferences
F / C (Temp Display)
Change the temperature between Fahrenheit and Celsius.
12 / 24 (Time Display)
Change the clock between 12 hr and 24 hr display.
RE-MIN-DERS (Reminders)
Turn the reminder messages (like “Clean Filter”) On or Off.
CLN-UP (Cleanup)
Cleanup Cycle Duration is not always enabled, so it may not appear. When it is available, set the length of time Pump 1 will
run after each use. 0-4 hours are available.
DOL-PHIN AD-DRES (Dolphin II and Dolphin III) Applies to RF Dolphin only.
(This message may not appear depending on the configuration)
When set to 0, no addressing is used. Use this setting for a Dolphin Remote which is factory set for no address by default.
When set between 1 and 7, the number is the address. (See the Dolphin manual for details.)
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Preferences
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Key
SET
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until PREF
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Waiting time - varies depending on function
To show first item in Preferences menu
(F/C)
To next item in
Main Menu
(UTIL)
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
Toggle °F and °C
SET
Press Light
Toggle 12-hour clock and 24-hour clock
for 12-24
SET
Press Light
SET
To next item in
Main Menu
(UTIL)
SET
Toggle Yes and No
for REMINDERS
SET
To view current setting and to toggle number of hours (0-4).
Press Light
for CLEAN UP
Press Light
to show Address Menu for Dolphin II or Dolphin III
Only if Cleanup
Cycle is enabled.
SET
SET
SET
SET
RF Dolphin only.
To veiw current setting and to toggle address numbers for Dolphin II or Dolphin III (0-7)
SET
SET
SET
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Utilities and Information
INFO (System Information sub-menu)
The System Information Menu displays various settings and identification of the particular system. As each item in the
menu is highlighted, the detail for that item is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
SSID (Software ID)
Displays the software ID number for the System.
MODL (System Model)
Displays the Model Number of the System.
SETP (Current Setup)
Displays the currently selected Configuration Setup Number.
SIG (Configuration Signature)
Displays the checksum for the system configuration file.
Heater Voltage (Feature not used on CE rated systems.)
Displays the operating voltage configured for the heater.
Heater Wattage as Configured in Software (CE Systems Only.)
Displays a heater kilowatt rating as programmed into the control system software (1-3 or 3-6).
H _ (Heater Type)
Displays a heater type ID number.
SW _ (Dip Switch Settings)
Displays a number that represents the DIP switch positions of S1 on the main circuit board.
PANL (Panel Version)
Displays a number of the software in the topside control panel.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Additional Utilities
Utilities
In addition to INFO, The Utilities Menu contains the following:
GFCI (GFCI Test)
(Feature not available on CE rated systems.)
GFCI Test is not always enabled, so it may not appear. This screen allows the GFCI to be tested manually from the panel and
can be used to reset the automatic test feature. If the GFCI Test Feature is reset, the device will trip within 7 days. (See
Page 17)
A / B (A/B Sensor Temperatures)
When this is set to On, the temperature display will alternate to display temperature from Sensor A and Sensor B in the
heater.
FALT LOG (Fault Log)
The Fault Log is a record of the last 24 faults that can be
reviewed by a service tech.
DEMO (Demo Mode)
Demo Mode is not always enabled, so it may not appear. This is designed to operate several devices in a sequence in order
to demonstrate the various features of a particular hot tub.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Utilities
Key
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
SET
Waiting time - varies depending on function
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until UTIL (Utilities)
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Start display of string. There is a 2 second delay on each number.
Start display of string. There is a 2 second delay on each number.
To FIRST item in
Main Menu
(TEMP Range)
These strings will display once
and return to the beginning.
Press Temperature again to
display the string again.
Start display of string. There is a slight delay on each number.
120 or 240 VAC input power
sensed by a
OR
UL system at startup.
Waiting 10 seconds will allow
the screen to return to
normal operation.
3-6 or 1-3 Heater Wattage
as programmed. Displayed by a
CE system at startup.
Heater Type
DIP Switch 1 – Test Mode Off (0) or On (1)
DIP Switch 2+3+4 = the number of HS pumps with heat
DIP Switch
Settings
Store Settings (0) or Memory Reset (1)
N/A or Special Amperage Rule 1 or 2
Only if GFCI
is enabled
Displays GFCI Test Menu
SET
See Page 17
SET
Displays Fault Log
Only if DEMO Mode
is enabled
When set to ON, Panel will display
alternate readings from
Senor A and Sensor B
on Main Screen
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
See Page 18
SET
Back to normal operation
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Utilities – GFCI Test Feature
Not Available on CE Rated Systems.
A GFCI is an important safety device and is required equipment on a hot tub installation.
Your spa may be equipped with a GFCI Protection feature. (UL rated systems only.) If your spa has this feature enabled by
the manufacturer, the GFCI Trip Test must occur to allow proper spa function.
Within 1 to 7 days after startup, the spa will trip the GFCI to test it. (The number of days is factory programmed.) The GFCI
must be reset once it has tripped. After passing the GFCI Trip Test, any subsequent GFCI trips will indicate a ground fault or
other unsafe condition and the power to the spa must be shut off until a service person can correct the problem.
Key
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
SET
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until UTIL (Utilities)
appears in the LCD.
RANGE
Waiting time - varies depending on function
To FIRST item in
Main Menu
(TEMP Range)
Only if GFCI
is enabled
TRIP may also
appear briefly
under certain
circumstances.
One of these screens
will appear.
The GFCI will be tripped
at a random interval.
When the GFCI trips,
the spa will shut down.
After the breaker is
reset, PASS will
appear in this menu
and the spa will
operate normally.
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
If the GFCI does
NOT trip, FAIL will
appear and Spa
will not operate.
SET
Only appears
if a GFCI test
has been
passed.
To next item in
Info Menu
(A/B°)
Waiting several seconds inside the GFCI Menu will allow the screen to return to normal operation.
Forcing the GFCI Trip Test
The installer can cause the GFCI Trip Test to occur sooner by initiating it using the above menu.
The GFCI should trip within several seconds and the spa should shut down. If it does not, shut down the power and manually verify that a GFCI breaker is installed and that the circuit and spa are wired correctly. Verify the function of the GFCI
with its own test button. Restore power to the spa and repeat the GFCI Trip Test.
Once the GFCI is tripped by the test, reset the GFCI and the spa will operate normally from that point. You can verify a successful test by navigating to the above menu. PASS should appear after a temp button is pressed from the GFCI screen.
The end-user must be trained to expect this one-time test to occur and how to properly reset the GFCI.
Warning:
If freezing conditions exist, a GFCI should be reset immediately or spa damage
could result. The end user should always trained to test and reset the
GFCI on a regular basis.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Utilities – Fault Log
A Little History can tell a lot
The Fault Log stores up to 24 events in memory and they can be reviewed under the Fault Log Menu.
Each event captures a Fault Message Code, how many days have passed since the fault, Time of the fault, Set Temperature
during the fault, and Sensor A and B temperatures during the fault.
Main Screen
READY
RANGE FLTR1
SET
RANGE
Key
While the Temperature is
still flashing, press Light
repeatedly until UTIL (Utilities)
appears in the LCD.
Indicates Flashing or Changing Segment
Indicates Alternating or Progressive Message - every 1/2 second
A temperature button, used for “Action”
Light or dedicated “Choose” button, depending on control panel configuration
Waiting time - varies depending on function
Press Light
repeatedly until FALT LOG
appears in the LCD.
To FIRST item in
Main Menu
(TEMP Range)
M: Message Code
READY
READY
RANGE
Indicates a Menu Item that
Depends on a Manufacturer
Configuration and
may or may not appear.
RANGE
D: Days Ago
SET
Only if DEMO Mode
is enabled
M:
READY
READY
RANGE
RANGE
Time
24 Fault messages is the maximum.
Fewer messages may be displayed.
READY
RANGE
P
Set Temperature
M:
READY
RANGE
Sensor A Temp
M:
The Fault Log is also available from the
Test Menu (in Test Mode).
READY
RANGE
Sensor B Temp
Waiting several seconds inside the Fault Log Menu will allow the screen to return to normal operation.
See following pages for various Message Codes and definitions.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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General Messages
Priming Mode – M019
Each time the spa is powered up, it will enter Priming Mode. The purpose of Priming Mode is to allow the user to run each
pump and manually verify that the pumps are primed (air is purged) and water is flowing. This typically requires observing
the output of each pump separately, and is generally not possible in normal operation. Priming Mode lasts 4 minutes, but
you can exit it earlier by pressing any Temp button. The heater is not allowed to run during Priming Mode.
NOTE: If your spa has a Circ Pump, it will turn on with Jets 1 in Priming Mode. The Circ Pump will run by itself when Priming Mode is exited.
or
READY
RANGE
READY
RANGE
Water Temperature is Unknown
After the pump has been running for 1 minute, the temperature will be displayed.
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Too Cold - Freeze Protection
A potential freeze condition has been detected, or the Aux Freeze Switch has closed, and all pumps and blower are activated. All pumps and blower are ON for at least 4 minutes after the potential freeze condition has ended, or when the aux
freeze switch opens.
In some cases, pumps may turn on and off and the heater may operate during Freeze Protection.
This is an operational message, not an error indication.
Water is too Hot (OHS) – M029
One of the water temp sensors has detected spa water temp 110°F (43.3°C) and spa functions are disabled. System will
auto reset when the spa water temp is below 108°F (42.2°C). Check for extended pump operation or
high ambient temp.
Safety Trip - Pump Suction Blockage* – M033
The Safety Trip error message indicates that the vacuum switch has closed. This occurs when there has been a suction problem or a possible entrapment situation avoided. (Note: not all spas have this feature.)
M0XX numbers are Message Codes. See Page 15.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Heater-Related Messages
Heater Flow is Reduced (HFL) – M016
There may not be enough water flow through the heater to carry the heat away from the heating element. Heater start up
will begin again after about 1 min. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
Heater Flow is Reduced (LF)* – M017
There is not enough water flow through the heater to carry the heat away from the heating element and the heater has
been disabled. See “Flow Related Checks” below. After the problem has been resolved, you must press any button to reset
and begin heater start up.
Heater may be Dry (dr)* – M028
Possible dry heater, or not enough water in the heater to start it. The spa is shut down for 15 min. Press any button to
reset the heater start-up. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
Heater is Dry* – M027
There is not enough water in the heater to start it. The spa is shut down. After the problem has been resolved, you must
press any button to reset and restart heater start up. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
Heater is too Hot (OHH)* – M030
One of the water temp sensors has detected 118°f (47.8°C) in the heater and the spa is shut down. You must press any
button to reset when water is below 108°f (42.2°C). See “Flow Related Checks” below.
A Reset Message may Appear with other Messages.
Some errors may require power to be removed and restored.
Flow-Related Checks
Check for low water level, suction flow restrictions, closed valves, trapped air, too many closed jets and pump prime.
On some systems even when spa is shut down, some equipment may occasionally
turn on to continue monitoring temperature or if freeze protection is needed.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Sensor-Related Messages
READY
RANGE FLTR1
Sensor Balance is Poor – M015
The temperature sensors MAY be out of sync by 2°F or 3°F. Call for Service.
Sensor Balance is Poor* – M026
The temperature sensors ARE out of sync. The Sensor Balance is Poor fault has been established for at least 1 hour.
Call for Service.
Sensor Failure – Sensor A: M031, Sensor B: M032
A temperature sensor or sensor circuit has failed. Call for Service.
Miscellaneous Messages
No Communications
The control panel is not receiving communication from the System. Call for Service.
Pre-Production Software
The Control System is operating with test software. Call for Service.
READY
RANGE FLTR1
°F or °C is replaced by °T
The Control System is in Test Mode. Call for Service.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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System-Related Messages
Memory Failure - Checksum Error* – M022
At Power-Up, the system has failed the Program Checksum Test. This indicates a problem with the firmware (operation
program) and requires a service call.
Memory Warning - Persistent Memory Reset* – M021
Appears after any system setup change. Contact your dealer or service organization if this message appears on more than
one power-up, or if it appears after the system has been running normally for a period of time.
Memory Failure - Clock Error* – M020 - Not Applicable on the BP1500
Contact your dealer or service organization.
Configuration Error – Spa will not Start Up
Contact your dealer or service organization.
GFCI Failure - System Could Not Test/Trip the GFCI – M036
NORTH AMERICA ONLY. May indicate an unsafe installation. Contact your dealer or service organization.
A Pump Appears to be Stuck ON – M034
Water may be overheated. POWER DOWN THE SPA. DO NOT ENTER THE WATER. Contact your dealer or service organization.
A Pump Appears to have been Stuck ON when spa was last powered – M035
POWER DOWN THE SPA. DO NOT ENTER THE WATER.
Contact your dealer or service organization.
* This message can be reset from the topside panel with any button press.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Reminder Messages
General maintenance helps.
Reminder Messages can be suppressed by using the PREF Menu. See Page 11.
Reminder Messages can be chosen individually by the Manufacturer. They may be disabled entirely, or there may be a limited
number of reminders on a specific model.
The frequency of each reminder (i.e. 7 days) can be specified by the Manufacturer.
Press a Temperature button to reset a displayed reminder message.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 7 days.
Check pH with a test kit and adjust pH with the appropriate chemicals.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 7 days.
Check sanitizer level and other water chemistry with a test kit and adjust with the appropriate chemicals.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 30 days.
Clean the filter media as instructed by the manufacturer. See HOLD on page 6.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 30 days.
The Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current Device (RCD) is an important safety device and must be
tested on a regular basis to verify its reliability.
Every user should be trained to safely test the GFCI or RCD associated with the hot tub installation.
A GFCI or RCD will have a TEST and RESET button on it that allows a user to verify proper function.
Warning:
If freezing conditions exist, a GFCI or RCD should be reset immediately or spa damage could result.
The end user should always trained to test and reset the GFCI or RCD on a regular basis.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Reminder Messages Continued
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 90 days.
Change the water in the spa on regular basis to maintain proper chemical balance and sanitary conditions.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 180 days.
Vinyl covers should be cleaned and conditioned for maximum life.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 180 days.
Wood skirting and furniture should be cleaned and conditioned per the manufacturers instructions for maximum life.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
Appears on a regular schedule, e.g. every 365 days.
Filters should be replaced occasionally to maintain proper spa function and sanitary conditions.
Alternates with temperature or normal display.
As needed.
Install new mineral cartridge
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Warning! Qualified Technician Required for Service and Installation
Basic Installation and
Configuration Guidelines
CSA Compliance/Conformité
Use minimum 6AWG copper conductors only.
• Test the ground fault circuit interrupter or residual current device before
each use of the spa.
Torque field connections between 21 and 23 in lbs.
Readily accessible disconnecting means to be provided at time of installation.
Permanently connected.
Connect only to a circuit protected by a Class A Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current Device (RCD) mounted at least 5’
(1.52M) from the inside walls of the spa/hot tub and in line of sight from
the equipment compartment.
CSA enclosure: Type 2
Caution:
• Read the instruction manual.
• Adequate drainage must be provided if the equipment is to be installed
in a pit.
• For use only within an enclosure rated CSA Enclosure 3.
• Connect only to a circuit protected by a Class A ground fault circuit
interrupter or residual current device.
• To ensure continued protection against shock hazard, use only identical
replacement parts when servicing.
Refer to Wiring Diagram inside the cover of the control enclosure.
• Install a suitably rated suction guard to match the maximum flow rate
marked.
Refer to Installation and Safety Instructions provided by the spa manufacturer.
Warning:
• Water temperature in excess of 38°C may be injurious to your health.
Warning: People with infectious diseases should not use a spa or hot
• Disconnect the electrical power before servicing.
tub.
Attention:
Warning: To avoid injury, exercise care when entering or exiting the spa
or hot tub.
• Toujours verifier l’efficacite du disjoncteur differentiel avant d’utiliser
differentiel avant d’utiliser le bain.
Warning: Do not use a spa or hot tub immediately following strenuous
• Lire la notice technique.
exercise
Warning: Prolonged immersion in a spa or hot tub may be injurious to
• Lorsque l’appareillage est installe dans une fosse, on doit assurer un
drainage adequat.
your health
• Employer uniquement a l’interieur d’une cloture CSA Enclosure 3.
Warning: Maintain water chemistry in accordance with the Manufacturers instructions.
Warning: The equipment and controls shall be located not less than 1.5
meters horizontally from the spa or hot tub.
• Connecter uniquement a un circuit protege par un disjoncteur differentiel de Class A.
• Afin d’assurer une protection permanente contre le danger de shock
electrique, lors de l’entretien employer seulement des pieces de rechange
identiques.
Warning! GFCI or RCD Protection.
• Les prises d’aspiration doivent etre equipees de grilles convenant au
debit maximal indique.
The Owner should test and reset the GFCI or RCD on a
regular basis to verify its function.
Avertissement:
• Des temperatures de l’eau superieures a 38°C peuvent presenter un
danger pour la sante.
Warning! Shock Hazard!
No User Serviceable Parts.
Do not attempt service of this control system. Contact your
dealer or service organization for assistance. Follow all
owner’s manual power connection instructions. Installation
must be performed by a licensed electrician and all grounding connections must be properly installed.
• Deconnecter du circuit d’alimentation electrique avante l’entretien.
Warning/Advertissement:
• Disconnect the electric power before servicing. Keep access door closed.
• Deconnecter du circuit d’alimentation electrique avant l’entretien.
Garder la porte fermer.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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ADDENDUM C
SpaTouch
User Guide
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DOC: SRS-M-B
Sunrise Spas 2014 Owner’s Manual
spaTouch™ Menued Control Panels
Balboa Water Group BP Series Systems
User Interface and Programming Reference
The spaTouch™ menued panel is compatible with all BP systems that already support the TP800 and/or the TP900.
If this panel is used with a system that supports only the TP400 and/or TP600, many screens will work correctly,
but the spa screen will not display correctly and may not control all of your equipment.
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Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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The Main Screen
Spa Status
Important information about spa operation can be seen on the Main Screen.
Most features, including Set Temperature adjustment, can be accessed from this screen.
The actual water temperature and Set Temperature can be seen, and the Set Temperature can be adjusted (see page 4).
Time-of-Day, Ozone and Filter status is available, along with other messages and alerts.
The selected Temperature Range is indicated in the upper right corner.
The Jets Icon in the center will spin if any pump is running and changes color when the heater is on.
A Lock icon is visible if the panel or settings are locked.
The Menu choices on the right can be selected and the screen will change to show more detailed controls or programming
functions.
Water Temperature
Desired Temperature
Temperature Range
Pump and Heat
Status
102°F
Set: 104°F
8:32 PM
Ozone
Filter 1
High Range
Spa
Scenes
Settings
Ready in Rest Mode
Heating
Messages
Menus
Lock Indicator
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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The Main Screen
Navigation
Navigating the entire menu structure is done by touching the screen.
When a text item is shown in white on the main screen, it is selectable.
The menu selections on the right side of the screen can be selected. Select one of these to enter
a different screen with additional controls.
Most menu screens time out and revert to the main screen after 30 seconds of no activity.
102°F
Set: 104°F
8:32 PM
Ozone
Filter 1
High Range
Spa
Scenes
Settings
Ready in Rest Mode
Heating
The only item that can be changed on the left side of the Main Screen is the Set Temperature. Touch either
the set temperature line or the water temperature to go to the Set Temperature screen. See next page.
Messages
At the bottom of the screen, messages may appear at various times. Some of these messages must be dismissed by the
user (see pages 22-26).
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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BP1500
The
Set Temperature
Tech Sheet Screen
Power Requirements (D):
240VAC, 60Hz, 40A, Class A GFCI-protected service (Circuit Breaker rating = 50A max.)
4 wires (Hot–Line 1, Hot–Line 2, Neutral, Ground)
Set Temperature
Set:
Inc
101°F
Dec
High Range
Back
Set Temperature
Press Inc or Dec to modify the Set Temperature. The Set Temperature changes immediately. Press Back to return to
the Main Screen.
If you need to switch between high range and low range you need to go to the Settings Screen.
Press-and-Hold
If the Up or Down button is pressed and held, the temperature will continue to change until the button is released,
or the Temperature Range limits are reached.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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The Spa Screen
All Equipment Access
The Spa Screen shows all available equipment to control, as well as other features, like Invert. The display shows icons that
are related to the equipment installed on a particular spa model, so this screen may change depending on the installation.
The icon buttons are used to select and control individual devices.
Some devices, like pumps, may have more than one ON state, so the icon will change to reflect the state that the
equipment is in. Below are some examples of 2-speed Pump indicators.
Jets Off
Jets Low
Jets High
If the Spa has a Circ Pump, a Circ Pump Icon will appear to indicate its activity, but outside of Priming Mode, the Circ Pump
cannot be controlled directly.
NOTE: The icon for the pump that is associated with the heater (Circ or P1 Low) will have a red glow in the center when the
heater is running.
Back
Jets 1
Jets 2
Jets 3
Light
Invert
Ready in Rest Mode
Heating
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Common Buttons
Exiting Screens
When you see both of these buttons, whether they are labeled or not, they always mean Save and Cancel.
They appear on most editing screens once you have changed the value on that screen.
Time of Day
Save
12 :05
10:
00 PM
PM
12 HR
Save
Back
Cancel
Cancel
Time of Day
Save
12 :05
10:
00 PM
PM
12 HR
Save
Back
Cancel
Cancel
If the screen times out due to no activity it will act like Cancel.
When you see only this button, whether it is labeled or not, it means Back or Exit. It appears on editing screens
before you have changed any value, as well as on all other screens.
Time of Day
Back
12 : 00 PM
12 HR
Back
Time of Day
Back
12 : 00 PM
12 HR
Back
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Common Buttons – Continued
Page Up/Down
If an Up or Down button is shown and pressed when in a Menu List, the list can be scrolled a page at a time.
The scroll bar on the right side of the screen indicates the relative position of the page.
Settings
Back
Page Up
Temp Range High
Ready
Heat Mode
Time of Day 䊳
Filter Cycles 䊳
Light Cycle 䊳
Invert Panel Normal
Lock
䊳
Page Down
Values Increment/Decrement
If an Up or Down button is shown and pressed when on an editing page, and a value has been selected (highlighted),
the value can be incremented by pressing the up arrow or decremented by pressing the down arrow.
Selected Value
Time of Day
Save
10: 05 PM
12 HR
Back
Cancel
Increment
Decrement
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The Settings Screen
Programming, Etc.
The Settings Screen is where all programming and other spa behaviors are controlled.
This screen has several features that can be acted on directly. These features may include Temp Range, Heat Mode, Hold,
and Invert Panel. When one of these items is selected, it will toggle between two settings.
All other menu items (with an arrow pointing to the right) go to another level in the menu.
Settings
Back
Temp Range High
Ready
Heat Mode
Time of Day 䊳
Filter Cycles 䊳
Light Cycle 䊳
Invert Panel Normal
Lock
䊳
Dual Temperature Ranges (High vs. Low)
This system incorporates two temperature range settings with independent set temperatures. The specific range can be
selected on the Settings screen and is visible on the Main Screen in the upper right corner of the display.
These ranges can be used for various reasons, with a common use being a “ready to use” setting vs. a “vacation” setting.
Each range maintains its own set temperature as programmed by the user. This way, when a range is chosen, the spa will
heat to the set temperature associated with that range.
High Range can be set between 80°F and 104°F.
Low Range can be set between 50°F and 99°F.
More specific Temp Ranges may be determined by the Manufacturer.
Freeze Protection is active in either range.
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The Settings Screen – Continued
Heat Mode – Ready vs. Rest
In order for the spa to heat, a pump needs to circulate water through the heater. The pump that performs this function is
known as the “heater pump.”
The heater pump can be either a 2-speed pump (Pump 1) or a circulation pump.
If the heater pump is a 2-Speed Pump 1, Ready Mode will circulate water every 1/2 hour, using Pump 1 Low, in order to
maintain a constant water temperature, heat as needed, and refresh the temperature display. This is known as “polling.”
Rest Mode will only allow heating during programmed filter cycles. Since polling does not occur, the temperature display
may not show a current temperature until the heater pump has been running for a minute or two.
When the heater pump has come on automatically (for example for heating) you can switch between low speed and high
speed but you cannot turn the heater pump off.
Circulation Mode (See Page 11, under Pumps, for other circulation modes)
If the spa is configured for 24HR circulation, the heater pump generally runs continuously. Since the heater pump is always
running, the spa will maintain set temperature and heat as needed in Ready Mode, without polling.
In Rest Mode, the spa will only heat to set temperature during programmed filter times, even though the water is being
filtered constantly when in 24HR circulation mode.
Settings
Back
Temp Range High
Ready
Heat Mode
Time of Day 䊳
Filter Cycles 䊳
Light Cycle 䊳
Invert Panel Normal
Lock
䊳
Ready-in-Rest Mode
Ready in Rest Mode appears in the display if the spa is in Rest Mode and the Jets 1 Button is pressed. When the heater
pump has come on automatically (for example for heating) you can switch between low speed and high speed but you
cannot turn the heater pump off. After 1 hour, the System will revert to Rest Mode. This mode can also be reset by entering
the Settings Menu and selecting the Heat Mode line.
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Fill it up!
Preparation and Filling
Fill the spa to its correct operating level. Be sure to open all valves and jets in the plumbing system before filling to allow
as much air as possible to escape from the plumbing and the control system during the filling process.
After turning the power on at the main power panel, the top-side panel will display a splash screen or startup screen.
Priming Mode – M019*
After the initial start-up sequence, the control will enter Priming Mode and display a Priming Mode screen. Only pump icons
appear on the priming mode screen. During the priming mode, the heater is disabled to allow the priming process to be
completed without the possibility of energizing the heater under low-flow or no-flow conditions. Nothing comes on automatically, but the pump(s) can be energized by selecting the “Jet” buttons. If the spa has a Circ Pump, it can be turned on
and off by pressing the “Circ Pump” button during Priming Mode.
Priming the Pumps
As soon as the Priming Mode screeen appears on the panel, select the
“Jets 1” button once to start Pump 1 in low-speed and then again to
switch to high-speed. Also, select the other pumps, to turn them on.
The pumps should be running in high-speed to facilitate priming. If
the pumps have not primed after 2 minutes, and water is not flowing
from the jets in the spa, do not allow the pumps to continue to run.
Turn off the pumps and repeat the process. Note: Turning the power off
and back on again will initiate a new pump priming session. Sometimes
momentarily turning the pump off and on will help it to prime. Do not
do this more than 5 times. If the pump(s) will not prime, shut off the
power to the spa and call for service.
Exit
Jets 1
Jets 2
Jets 3
Circ
Priming Mode
Important: A pump should not be allowed to run without priming for more than 2 minutes. Under NO circumstances should
a pump be allowed to run without priming beyond the end of the 4-5 minute priming mode. Doing so may cause damage to
the pump and cause the system to energize the heater and go into an overheat condition.
Exiting Priming Mode
The system will automatically enter the normal heating and filtering at the end of the priming mode, which lasts 4-5
minutes.
You can manually exit Priming Mode by pressing the “Exit” button on the Priming Mode Screen. Note that if you do not
manually exit the priming mode as described above, the priming mode will be automatically terminated after 4-5 minutes.
Be sure that the pump(s) have been primed by this time.
Once the system has exited Priming Mode, the top-side panel will display the Main Screen, but the display will not show the
temperature yet, as shown below. This is because the system requires approximately 1 minute of water flowing through the
heater to determine the water temperature and display it.
– – –°F
– – –°C
*M0XX is a Message Code. See Fault Log on Page 17.
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Spa Behavior
Pumps
On the Spa Screen, select a “Jets” button once to turn the pump on or off, and to shift between low- and high-speeds if
equipped. If left running, the pump will turn off after a time-out period.
Non-Circ Systems
The low-speed of pump 1 runs when the blower or any other pump is on. If the spa is in Ready Mode (See page 9), Pump 1
low may also activate for at least 1 minute every 30 minutes to detect the spa temperature (polling) and then to heat to
the set temperature if needed. When the low-speed turns on automatically, it cannot be deactivated from the panel, however the high speed may be started.
Circulation Pump Modes
If the system is equipped with a circ pump, it will be configured to work in one of three different ways:
1, The circ pump operates continuously (24 hours) with the exception of turning off for 30 minutes at a time when the
water temperature reaches 3°F (1.5°C) above the set temperature (most likely to happen in very hot climates).
2, The circ pump stays on continuously, regardless of water temperature.
3, A programmable circ pump will come on when the system is checking temperature (polling), during filter cycles, during
freeze conditions, or when another pump is on.
The specific Circulation Mode that is used has been determined by the Manufacturer and cannot be changed in the field.
Other device options may be available, like Blower, Light, Mister, etc.
Filtration and Ozone
On non-circ systems, Pump 1 low and the ozone generator will run during filtration. On circ systems, the ozone will generally run with the circ pump, but can be limited to filtration cycles.
The system is factory-programmed with one filter cycle that will run in the evening (assuming the time-of-day is properly
set) when energy rates are often lower. The filter time and duration are programmable. (See page 13)
A second filter cycle can be enabled as needed.
At the start of each filter cycle, the water devices like blower, mister device (if these exist) and other pumps will run briefly
to purge the plumbing to maintain good water quality.
Freeze Protection
If the temperature sensors within the heater detect a low enough temperature, then the water devices automatically activate to provide freeze protection. The water devices will run either continuously or periodically depending on conditions.
In colder climates, an optional freeze sensor may be added to protect against freeze conditions that may not be sensed by
the standard sensors. Auxiliary freeze sensor protection acts similarly except with the temperature thresholds determined by
the switch. See your dealer for details.
Clean-up Cycle (optional)
When a pump or blower is turned on by a button press, a clean-up cycle begins 30 minutes after the pump or blower is
turned off or times out. The pump and the ozone generator will run for 30 minutes or more, depending on the system. On
some systems, you can change this setting. (See the Preferences section on page 18)
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Time-of-Day
Be sure to set the Time-of-Day
Setting the time-of-day is important for determining filtration times and other background features.
“Set Time” will appear on the display if no time-of-day is set in the memory.
On the Settings Screen, select the Time-of-Day line. On the Time-of-Day screen, simply select the Hour, Minutes,
and 12/24 Hour segments. Use the Up and Down Buttons to make changes.
Time of Day
12 : 00 PM
12 HR
Back
Note:
This only applies to some systems:
If power is interrupted to the system, Time-of-Day will be maintained for several days.
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Adjusting Filtration
Main Filtration
Using the same adjustment as Setting the Time, Filter Cycles are set using a start time and a duration. Each setting
can be adjusted in 15-minute increments. The panel calculates the end time and displays it automatically.
Filter Cycles
Back
Filter Cycle 1
Starts at 12:00 AM
Runs 0 HR 0 Min
Ends at 12:00 AM
Filter Cycle 2 No
Starts at 12:00 AM
Runs 0 HR 0 Min
Ends at 12:00 AM
Filter Cycles
Save
Back
Cancel
Filter Cycle 1
Starts at 6:15 AM
Runs 3 HR 0 Min
Ends at 9:15 AM
Filter Cycle 2 No
Starts at 12:00 AM
Runs 0 HR 0 Min
Ends at 12:00 AM
Filter Cycle 2 - Optional Filtration
Filter Cycle 2 is OFF by default. This displays as “No”. When Filter Cycle 2 is ON it displays as “Yes”.
Press “Yes” or “No” to toggle Filter Cycle 2 ON or OFF. When Filter Cycle 2 is ON, it can be adjusted in the same manner as
Filter Cycle 1.
It is possible to overlap Filter Cycle 1 and Filter Cycle 2, which will shorten overall filtration by the overlap amount.
Circulation Pump Modes
Some spas may be manufactured with Circ Pump settings that allow programming filtration cycle duration. Some circ Modes
are pre-programmed to operate 24 hours a day and are not programmable. Refer to the spa manufacturer’s documentation
for any Circ Mode details.
Purge Cycles
In order to maintain sanitary conditions, as well as protect against freezing, secondary water devices will purge water from
their respective plumbing by running briefly at the beginning of each filter cycle.
If the Filter Cycle 1 duration is set for 24 hours, enabling Filter Cycle 2 will initiate a purge when Filter Cycle 2 is programmed to begin.
The Meaning of Filter Cycles
1. The heating pump always runs during the filter cycle*
2. In Rest Mode, heating only occurs during the filter cycle
3. Purges happen at the start of each filter cycle
*For example, if your spa is set up for 24/hour circulation except for shutting
off when the water temperature is 3˚F/1.3˚C above the set temperature, that
shutoff does not occur during filter cycles.
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Additional Settings
Light Cycle Option
If Light Cycle does not appear in the Settings Menu, the Light Timer feature is not enabled by the manufacturer.
When available, the Light Timer is OFF by default.
The settings can be edited the same way that Filter Cycles are edited (see page 13).
Light Cycle
Back
Enabled No
Starts at 12:00 AM
Runs 0 HR 0 Min
Ends at 12:00 AM
Invert Panel
Selecting Invert Panel will flip the display and the buttons so the panel can be easily operated from inside or outside the
hot tub.
Auxiliary Panel(s)
Specific Buttons for Specific Devices
If the spa has an Auxiliary Panel(s) installed, pressing buttons on that panel will activate the device indicated for
that button.
These dedicated buttons will operate just like the Spa Screen buttons (see page 5) and the equipment will behave
in the same manner with each button press.
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Restricting Operation
The control can be restricted to prevent unwanted use or temperature
adjustments.
Lock
Back
Settings
Panel
Off
Off
Locking the Panel prevents the controller from being used, but all
automatic functions are still active.
Locking the Settings allows Jets and other features to be used,
but the Set Temperature and other programmed settings cannot be
adjusted.
Settings Lock allows access to a reduced selection of menu items.
These include Filter Cycles, Invert, Information and Fault Log.
They can be seen, but not changed or edited.
Settings Locked
Panel Locked
102°F
High Range
Set: 104°F
8:32 PM
Ozone
Filter 1
Spa
Scenes
Settings
Ready in Rest Mode
Heating
102°F
Set: 104°F
8:32 PM
Ozone
Filter 1
High Range
Unlock
Ready in Rest Mode
Heating
Unlocking
Lock
Back
Settings
Panel
Off
On
To unlock either Settings or Panel first select Settings
(if it says “On”) or Panel (if it says “On”), than press
in the middle of the screen for at least 5 seconds.
Press here for
5 seconds to
unlock
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Scenes
What are Scenes?
Scenes are stored combinations of equipment states. For example if you want to have Pump 1 at high speed and Pump 2 at
low speed and the Light ON, you could store that in a Scene and recall this combination at any time.
Storing a Scene
Press a Scene number and hold until “Scene stored“ appears at the bottom of the screen to save the current equipment
combination.
Scenes
Scene 1
Back
Scene 2
Scene 3
Scene 4
Scene stored
This appears once the
Scene has been stored
Recalling a Scene
To recall a Scene simply press a Scene number.
Pressing any Scene line which has not yet been stored will simply turn off all spa devices.
Scenes
Scene 1
Back
Scene 2
Scene 3
Scene 4
Scene stored
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Additional Settings
Hold Mode - M037*
Hold Mode is used to disable the pumps during service functions like cleaning or replacing the filter. Hold Mode will last
for 1 hour unless the mode is exited manually. If spa service will require more than an hour, it may be best to simply shut
down power to the spa.
Drain Mode
Some spas have a special feature that allows Pump 1 to be employed when draining the water.
When available, this feature is a component of Hold Mode.
Utilities
The Utilities Menu contains the following:
A/B Temps
When this is set to On, the main screen will display sensor A and sensor B temperatures simultaneously. Sensor A is at
the opposite end of the heater from sensor B.
Demo Mode
Demo Mode is not always enabled, so it may not appear. This is designed to operate several devices in a sequence in
order to demonstrate the various features of a particular hot tub.
Fault Log
The Fault Log is a record of the last 24 faults that can be
reviewed by a service tech.
Use the Up and Down buttons to view each of the Faults.
When Priming Mode shows in the Fault Log, it is not a fault.
Rather, it is used to keep track of spa restarts.
GFCI Test
(Feature not available on CE rated systems.)
Fault Log
Entry 2
Message Code M026
1 Days Ago 2:21PM
Rest Mode
High Range
Set Temp 104°F
Sensors: A: 100 B: 96
Message:
Sensors are out of sync
Back
Your systems may have GFCI configured in one of three ways:
1. GFCI test is not enabled
2. Manual GFCI test is enabled but automatic GFCI test is not enabled
3. Both manual and automatic GFCI tests are enabled. The automatic test will happen within 7 days of the spa being installed and if successful will not repeat. (If the automatic test fails it will repeat after the spa is restarted.)
GFCI Test will not appear on the screen if it is not enabled. This screen allows the GFCI to be tested manually from the
panel and can be used to reset the automatic test feature. (See Page 20)
*M0XX is a Message Code. Codes like this will be seen in the Fault Log
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Additional Settings
Preferences
The Preferences Menu allows the user to change certain parameters based
on personal preference.
Preferences
Back
Temp Display
Change the temperature between Fahrenheit and Celsius.
Time Display
Temp Display
Time Display
Reminders
Cleanup
Dolphin
Color
Language
°F
12 HR
On
0.5 HR `
5 `
Blue
English `
Change the clock between 12 hr and 24 hr display.
Reminders
Turn the reminder messages (like “Clean Filter”) On or Off.
Cleanup
Cleanup Cycle Duration is not always enabled, so it may not appear. When it is available, set the length of time Pump
1 will run after each use. 0-4 hours are available.
Dolphin II and Dolphin III (Applies to RF Dolphin only)
When set to 0, no addressing is used. Use this setting for a Dolphin II or Dolphin III which is factory set for no
address by default. When set between 1 and 7, the number is the address. (See the Dolphin manual for details.)
Color
Selecting Color will cycle through 5 background colors available in the control.
Language
Change the language displayed on the panel.
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Information
System Information
The System Information Menu displays various settings and
identification of the particular system. As each item in the
menu is selected, the detail for that item is displayed at the
bottom of the screen.
Software ID (SSID)
Displays the software ID number for the System.
System Information
Back
Software ID (SSID)
System Model
Current Setup
Configuration Signature
Heater Voltage
Heater Type
Software ID (SSID):
M100_101 V0.6
System Model
Displays the Model Number of the System.
Current Setup
Displays the currently selected Configuration Setup Number.
Configuration Signature
Displays the checksum for the system configuration file.
Heater Voltage (Feature not used on CE rated systems.)
Displays the operating voltage configured for the heater.
Heater Wattage as Configured in Software (CE Systems Only.)
Displays a heater kilowatt rating as programmed into the control system software (1-3 or 3-6).
Heater Type
Displays a heater type ID number.
Dip Switch Settings
Displays a number that represents the DIP switch positions of S1 on the main circuit board.
Panel Version
Displays a number of the software in the topside control panel.
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Utilities – GFCI Test Feature
The Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current
Detector (RCD) is an important safety device and is required
equipment on a hot tub installation.
(The GFCI Test Feature is not available on CE rated systems.)
GFCI Status - Passed
Back
Test
Reset
Used for verifying a proper installation
Your spa may be equipped with a GFCI Protection feature. If your
spa has this feature enabled by the manufacturer, the GFCI Trip
Test must occur to allow proper spa function.
On some systems:
Within 1 to 7 days after startup, the spa will trip the GFCI to
test it. (The number of days is factory programmed.) The GFCI
must be reset once it has tripped. After passing the GFCI Trip
Test, any subsequent GFCI trips will indicate a ground fault or other unsafe condition and the power to the spa
must be shut off until a service person can correct the problem.
Forcing the GFCI Trip Test (North America Only)
The installer can cause the GFCI Trip Test to occur sooner by initiating it using the above menu.
The GFCI should trip within several seconds and the spa should shut down. If it does not, shut down the power and
manually verify that a GFCI breaker is installed and that the circuit and spa are wired correctly. Verify the function of
the GFCI with its own test button. Restore power to the spa and repeat the GFCI Trip Test.
Once the GFCI is tripped by the test, reset the GFCI and the spa will operate normally from that point. You can verify a
successful test by navigating to the above menu. “Passed” should appear after the Reset line is selected on the GFCI screen.
Warning:
On those systems that automatically test the GFCI within 1 to 7 days after startup:
The end-user must be trained to expect this one-time test to occur.
The end-user must be trained how to properly reset the GFCI.
If freezing conditions exist, the GFCI or RCD should be reset immediately or spa damage could result.
CE Product:
CE registered systems do not have an RCD Test Feature due to the nature of the electrical service.
Some UL registered systems do not have the GFCI Test Feature activated.
The end-user must be trained how to properly test and reset the RCD.
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General Messages
Most messages and alerts will appear at the bottom of the normally used screens.
Several alerts and messages may be displayed in a sequence.
– – –°F – – –°C
Water Temperature is Unknown
After the pump has been running for 1 minute, the temperature will be displayed.
Possible freezing condition
A potential freeze condition has been detected, or the Aux Freeze Switch has closed. All water devices are activated.
In some cases, pumps may turn on and off and the heater may operate during Freeze Protection.
This is an operational message, not an error indication.
The water is too hot – M029*
The system has detected a spa water temp of 110°F (43.3°C) or more, and spa functions are disabled. System will auto
reset when the spa water temp is below 108°F (42.2°C). Check for extended pump operation or
high ambient temp.
*M0XX is a Message Code. Codes like this will be seen in the Fault Log
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Heater-Related Messages
The water flow is low – M016**
There may not be enough water flow through the heater to carry the heat away from the heating element. Heater start up
will begin again after about 1 min. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
The water flow has failed* – M017**
There is not enough water flow through the heater to carry the heat away from the heating element and the heater has been
disabled. See “Flow Related Checks” below. After the problem has been resolved, reset the message*.
The heater may be dry* – M028**
Possible dry heater, or not enough water in the heater to start it. The spa is shut down for 15 min. Reset this message* to
reset the heater start-up. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
The heater is dry* – M027**
There is not enough water in the heater to start it. The spa is shut down. After the problem has been resolved, you must
reset the message* to restart heater start up. See “Flow Related Checks” below.
The heater is too hot* – M030**
One of the water temp sensors has detected 118°f (47.8°C) in the heater and the spa is shut down. You must reset the
message* when water is below 108°f (42.2°C). See “Flow Related Checks” below.
Flow-Related Checks
Check for low water level, suction flow restrictions, closed valves, trapped air, too many closed jets and pump prime.
On some systems, even when spa is shut down by an error condition, some equipment may occasionally turn on to
continue monitoring temperature or if freeze protection is needed.
* Some messages can be reset from the panel. Messages that can
be reset will appear with a “right arrow” at the end of the message.
Press the message text to reset the message.
Clean the filter
`
**M0XX is a Message Code. Codes like this will be seen in the Fault Log
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Sensor-Related Messages
Sensors are out of sync – M015**
The temperature sensors MAY be out of sync by 3°F. Call for Service.
Sensors are out of sync -- Call for service* – M026**
The temperature sensors ARE out of sync. The fault above has been established for at least 1 hour.
Call for Service.
Sensor A Fault, Senor B Fault – Sensor A: M031**, Sensor B: M032**
A temperature sensor or sensor circuit has failed. Call for Service.
Miscellaneous Messages
Communications error
The control panel is not receiving communication from the System. Call for Service.
Test software installed
The Control System is operating with test software. Call for Service.
°F or °C is replaced by °T
The Control System is in Test Mode. Call for Service.
* Some messages can be reset from the panel. Messages that can
be reset will appear with a “right arrow” at the end of the message.
Press the message text to reset the message.
Clean the filter
`
**M0XX is a Message Code. Codes like this will be seen in the Fault Log
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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System-Related Messages
Program memory failure* – M022**
At Power-Up, the system has failed the Program Checksum Test. This indicates a problem with the firmware (operation
program) and requires a service call.
The settings have been reset (Persistent Memory Error)* – M021**
Contact your dealer or service organization if this message appears on more than one power-up.
The clock has failed* – M020**
Contact your dealer or service organization.
Configuration error (Spa will not Start Up)
Contact your dealer or service organization.
The GFCI test failed (System Could Not Test the GFCI) – M036**
(North America Only) May indicate an unsafe installation. Contact your dealer or service organization.
A pump may be stuck on – M034**
Water may be overheated. POWER DOWN THE SPA. DO NOT ENTER THE WATER. Contact your dealer or service organization.
Hot fault – M035**
A Pump Appears to have been Stuck ON when spa was last powered
POWER DOWN THE SPA. DO NOT ENTER THE WATER. Contact your dealer or service organization.
* Some messages can be reset from the panel. Messages that can
be reset will appear with a “right arrow” at the end of the message.
Press the message text to reset the message.
Clean the filter
`
**M0XX is a Message Code. Codes like this will be seen in the Fault Log
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Reminder Messages
General maintenance helps.
Reminder Messages can be suppressed by using the Preferences Menu. See Page 18.
Reminder Messages can be chosen individually by the Manufacturer. They may be disabled entirely, or there may be a limited
number of reminders on a specific model. The frequency of each reminder (i.e. 7 days) can be specified by the Manufacturer.
Check the pH
May appear on a regular schedule, i.e. every 7 days.
Check pH with a test kit and adjust pH with the appropriate chemicals.
Check the sanitizer
May appear on a regular schedule, i.e. every 7 days.
Check sanitizer level and other water chemistry with a test kit and adjust with the appropriate chemicals.
Clean the filter
May appear on a regular schedule, i.e. every 30 days.
Clean the filter media as instructed by the manufacturer. See HOLD on page 17.
Additional messages may appear on specific systems.
Reminder messages can be reset from the panel. Messages that
can be reset will appear with a “right arrow” at the end of the
message. Press the message text to reset the message.
Clean the filter
`
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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BP1500 Tech
Reminder
Messages
Sheet
Power Requirements (D):
Test the GFCI (or RCD)
240VAC, 60Hz, 40A, Class A GFCI-protected service (Circuit Breaker rating = 50A max.)
May
appear
on a regular
schedule,
i.e. every
30 days.
4 wires
(Hot–Line
1, Hot–Line
2, Neutral,
Ground)
The GFCI or RCD is an important safety device and must be tested on a regular basis to verify its reliability.
Every user should be trained to safely test the GFCI or RCD associated with the hot tub installation.
A GFCI or RCD will have a TEST and RESET button on it that allows a user to verify proper function.
Change the water
May appear on a regular schedule, i.e. every 90 days.
Change the water in the spa on regular basis to maintain proper chemical balance and sanitary conditions.
Clean the cover
May appear on a regular schedule, i.e. every 180 days.
Vinyl covers should be cleaned and conditioned for maximum life.
Treat the wood
May appear on a regular schedule, i.e. every 180 days.
Wood skirting and furniture should be cleaned and conditioned per the manufacturers instructions for maximum life.
Change the filter
May appear on a regular schedule, i.e. every 365 days.
Filters should be replaced occasionally to maintain proper spa function and sanitary conditions.
Additional messages may appear on specific systems.
Reminder messages can be reset from the panel. Messages that
can be reset will appear with a “right arrow” at the end of the
message. Press the message text to reset the message.
Clean the filter
`
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Warning! Qualified Technician Required for Service and Installation
Basic Installation and
Configuration Guidelines
CSA Compliance/Conformité
Caution:
Use minimum 6AWG copper conductors only.
s4ESTTHEGROUNDFAULTCIRCUITINTERRUPTERBEFOREEACHUSEOFTHESPA
Torque field connections between 21 and 23 in lbs.
s2EADTHEINSTRUCTIONMANUAL
Readily accessible disconnecting means to be provided at time of installation.
s!DEQUATEDRAINAGEMUSTBEPROVIDEDIFTHEEQUIPMENTISTOBEINSTALLED
in a pit.
Permanently connected power supply.
s&ORUSEONLYWITHINANENCLOSURERATED#3!%NCLOSURE
Connect only to a circuit protected by a Class A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current Device (RCD) mounted at least 5’ (1.52M)
from the inside walls of the spa/hot tub and in line of sight from the
equipment compartment.
CSA enclosure: Type 2
Refer to Wiring Diagram inside the cover of the control enclosure.
Refer to Installation and Safety Instructions provided by the spa manufacturer.
s#ONNECTONLYTOACIRCUITPROTECTEDBYA#LASS!GROUNDFAULTCIRCUIT
interrupter or residual current device.
s4OENSURECONTINUEDPROTECTIONAGAINSTSHOCKHAZARDUSEONLYIDENTICAL
replacement parts when servicing.
s)NSTALLASUITABLYRATEDSUCTIONGUARDTOMATCHTHEMAXIMUMmOWRATE
marked.
Warning:
s7ATERTEMPERATUREINEXCESSOFª#MAYBEINJURIOUSTOYOURHEALTH
s$ISCONNECTTHEELECTRICALPOWERBEFORESERVICING
Warning: People with infectious diseases should not use a spa or hot
Attention:
tub.
s4OUJOURSVERIlERLEFlCACITEDUDISJONCTEURDIFFERENTIELAVANTDUTILISER
differentiel avant d’utiliser le bain.
Warning: To avoid injury, exercise care when entering or exiting the spa
or hot tub.
Warning: Do not use a spa or hot tub immediately following strenuous
exercise.
Warning: Prolonged immersion in a spa or hot tub may be injurious to
your health.
Warning: Maintain water chemistry in accordance with the Manufacturers instructions.
Warning: The equipment and controls shall be located not less than 1.5
meters horizontally from the spa or hot tub.
Warning! GFCI or RCD Protection.
The Owner should test and reset the GFCI or RCD on a
regular basis to verify its function.
Warning! Shock Hazard!
No User Serviceable Parts.
Do not attempt service of this control system. Contact your
dealer or service organization for assistance. Follow all
owner’s manual power connection instructions. Installation
must be performed by a licensed electrician and all grounding connections must be properly installed.
s,IRELANOTICETECHNIQUE
s,ORSQUELAPPAREILLAGEESTINSTALLEDANSUNEFOSSEONDOITASSURERUN
drainage adequat.
s%MPLOYERUNIQUEMENTALINTERIEURDUNECLOTURE#3!%NCLOSURE
s#ONNECTERUNIQUEMENTAUNCIRCUITPROTEGEPARUNDISJONCTEURDIFFERENtiel de Class A.
s!lNDASSURERUNEPROTECTIONPERMANENTECONTRELEDANGERDESHOCK
electrique, lors de l’entretien employer seulement des pieces de rechange
identiques.
s,ESPRISESDASPIRATIONDOIVENTETREEQUIPEESDEGRILLESCONVENANTAU
debit maximal indique.
Avertissement:
s$ESTEMPERATURESDELEAUSUPERIEURESAª#PEUVENTPRESENTERUN
danger pour la sante.
s$ECONNECTERDUCIRCUITDALIMENTATIONELECTRIQUEAVANTELENTRETIEN
Warning/Advertissement:
s$ISCONNECTTHEELECTRICPOWERBEFORESERVICING+EEPACCESSDOORCLOSED
s$ECONNECTERDUCIRCUITDALIMENTATIONELECTRIQUEAVANTLENTRETIEN
Garder la porte fermer.
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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Index
Symbols
M
12 hr and 24 hr display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Main Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
A
A/B Temps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Auxiliary Panel(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
C
Celsius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Circulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 11, 13
Cleanup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Clean-up Cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
N
Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Non-Circ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
O
Ozone
...................................2
P
Exiting Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Page Up/Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Panel Version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
polling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Priming Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
purge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 13
F
R
Fahrenheit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Fault Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
filter cycle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 13
Flow-Related Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Freeze Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 11, 21
RCD
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 27
Ready-in-Rest Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Ready Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Reminders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Rest Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
D
Demo Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
E
G
GFCI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
GFCI Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 20
H
Heat Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
High Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Hold
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
I
Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
L
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Light Cycle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Lock Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Locking the Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Locking the Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Low Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
S
Scenes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Set Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 4
Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Spa Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Spa Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
System Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
T
Temperature Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Temperature Ranges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Time-of-Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, 12
U
Unlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Utilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
V
Values Increment/Decrement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Manufactured under one or more of these patents. U.S. Patents: 5332944, 5361215, 5550753, 5559720, 5,883,459, 6253227, 6282370, 6590188, 6976052, 6965815, 7030343, 7,417,834 b2,
Canadian Patent: 2342614, Australian patent: 2373248 other patents both foreign and domestic applied for and pending. All material copyright of Balboa Water Group.
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