ATTENTION ! We are Roberts Hot tubs. We are NOT, nor have we EVER been associated with Blue Ridge Spas. We are simply providing this, our ONLY manual for Blue Ridge Spas as a service to our customers.


Blue Ridge Spa by Jacuzzi Owners Manual

 

OWNERS MANUAL

FOR SPAS EQUlPPED WITH SYSTEMS:

9063,9072,9075

 

SPECIAL NOTICE

Your spa is required by law to have a ground fault interrupter (GFCI) installed in the electric wiring circuit supplying electricity to your spa. GFCI devices are very sensitive components that if installed incorrectly, can nuisance trip and turn your spa off.

To minimize the chance of nuisance tripping, insist that your Licensed Electrician test your installation with a Megohm tester or a dielectric tester before completing the installation. This will greatly reduce the chance of a problem with your spa.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD A SPA EVER
BE OPERATED WITHOUT GFCI PROTECTION.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS............................................PAGE 2
LOCATING YOUR SPA .............................................................. PAGE 4
SPA EQUIPMENT SYSTEM...........................................................PAGE 5
WIRING DIAGRAM...................................................................PAGE 7 & 9
CONVERSION INSTRUCTIONS & ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS..........PAGE 8
START UP STEPS......................................................................PAGE 10
SPA MAINTENANCE.................................................................PAGE 11
FILTER MAINTENANCE.............................................................PAGE 12
WATER QUALI1Y MAINTENANCE.................................................PAGE 13
WATER QUALI1Y TROUBLESHOOTING...........................................PAGE 14
SPA TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE...................................................PAGE 16
WINTERIZING SPA ................................................................... PAGE 18

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Important Safety Instructions

The following instructions contain important safety information that we strongly urge you to read and apply. When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:

Read and Follow All Instructions

  1. Warning:
    Risk of injury: Do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all times.
      
  2. Danger:
    Risk of Injury: A wire connector is provided on this unit to connect a minimum No. 8AWG solid copper conductor between the unit and any metal equipment, metal enclosures of electrical equipment, metal water pipe, or conduit, if that item is located within 5 feet (1.5 Meters) of the unit.
      
  3. Danger:
    Risk of Accidental Drowning: Extreme caution must be exercised to prevent unauthorized access by children to avoid accidents, ensure that children cannot use this spa unless they are supervised at all times.
      
  4. Danger:
    Risk of Injury: The suction fittings in this spa are sized to match the specific water flow created by the pump. Should the need arise to replace the suction fittings or the pump, be sure that the same authorized replacement part is used.
      
  5. Danger:
    Risk of Electric Shock: Install at least 5 feet (1.5 Meters) from all metal surfaces. A spa may be installed within 5 feet (1.5 Meters)of metal surfaces if each metal surface is permanently connected by a minimum No.8 AWG solid copper conductor to the wire connector on the terminal box that is provided for this purpose.
      
  6. Danger:
    Risk of Electric Shock: Do not permit any electrical appliance, such as a light, telephone, radio or television within 5 feet (1.5 Meters) of the spa.
      
  7. Warning:
    Risk of injury: The water in a spa should never exceed 104F (40C). Water temperatures between 100F(38C) and 104F(40C) are considered safe for a healthy adult. Lower temperatures are recommended for young children when spa use exceeds 10 minutes. Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during early pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit water temperatures to 100F (38C) and below. Before entering a spa, the user should measure the water temperature with an accurate thermometer.

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7. DANGER: Prolonged immersion in hot water may induce hyperthermia. The causes, symptoms and effects of hyperthermia may be described as follows: Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body temperature of 98.6QF. The symptoms of hyperthermia include:

  1. Failure to perceive heat;
  2. Failure to recognize the need to exit spa or hot tub;
  3. Unawareness of impending hazard;
  4. Fetal damage in pregnant women;
  5. Physical inability to exit the spa or hot tub;
  6. Unconsciousness resulting in the danger of drowning.

WARNING: THE USE OF ALCOHOL, DRUGS OR MEDICATION CAN GREATLY INCREASE THE RISK OF FATAL HYPERTHERMIA.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!!

WARNING!
IMPORTANT NOTICE

USE OF WINTERGREEN OIL WITH LUClTE@ XL ACRYLIC SHEET

We have recently been made aware that Wintergreen Oil may chemically soften Lucite XL acrylic. Wintergreen Oil was obtained from a local pharmacy and tests were conducted in a laboratory to determine the effect of Wintergreen Oil on Lucite XL acrylic sheet. Test results indicate that Wintergreen Oil does soften Lucite XL acrylic sheet. When added to water, Wintergreen Oil may cause problems as it does not mix with water, but floats on the surface in a concentrated form. Athletic rubs containing Wintergreen Oil could also cause a high concentration of oil at the water line.

ICI Acrylics does not recommend that Wintergreen Oil products be used in a spa which is made of Lucite XL acrylic sheet.

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LOCATING YOUR SPA

The location of your spa is very important in order for you to achieve maximum enjoyment.
Please consider the following:

OUTDOOR LOCATION

  1. Consider local codes pertaining to fencing, enclosures, walls, electrical and plumbing. You will need to ensure that your spa is an adequate distance from power lines, both aboveground and under ground. Your spa will also need to be child-proof (covered and of adequate height).
  2. Locate the spa with an awareness to sunlight exposure, views, access, lot lines, lighting, wind direction, shielding, septic tanks as well as plants and trees (chemicals in the spa water splashed from your spa may damage your plant life).
  3. Provide adequate drainage away from the equipment.
  4. Place the spa on a firm, level surface able to support a minimum of 90 pounds per square foot without shifting.

DECK LOCATION

  1. Should you desire to locate your spa on a deck, the deck should be designed to hold a minimum of 90 pounds per square foot. Consult a qualified building contractor or a structural engineer to ensure the deck is able to support the increased load. Your spa is engineered/ manufactured for above ground or deck use ONLY and not for recessing or in ground installation.

RECESSING YOUR SPA WILL COMPLETELY VOID YOUR WARRANTY!!!

INDOOR LOCATION

  1. If placement of the spa is indoors, you MUST provide floor drains to accommodate draining, etc. Without proper drainage, any property damage becomes totally the responsibility of the home owner. Always leave room all around the spa for easy access in case repairs are necessary
  2. The floor under the spa must be able to support at least 90 pounds per square foot.
  3. During the normal use of the spa, water will escape the spa vessel. Never place the spa on or over any material which may be damaged by this water or the chemicals within this water. Keep materials that may be damaged far enough away from the the spa to avoid water damage.
  4. Furniture, wall coverings, etc., within the room in which the spa is to be located must be able to withstand the effects of high humidity. Adequate ventilation must be provided, whether through cross-ventilation or a de-humidifier, to prevent damage to the structure. In cold climates, double glazing windows will help reduce condensation.

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SYSTEM 9063, 9072 & 9075 SPA EQUIPMENT

The System 9063, 9072 &9075 are convertible packs, which means that they can be operated on either 120 VAC or 240 VAC. Your spa comes from the factory wired for 120 VAC and is equipped with a power cord with a 20 A, T-rated male GFCI plug device, which can be plugged into a dedicated outlet. If you wish to operate your spa on 240 VAC,the power cord must be removed and the system must be "hard wired" by a licensed electrician directly to a circuit panel equipped with a 50 A GFCI (see wiring instructions for electrical hookup). The system is equipped with a special filter pump that provides continuous filtration of the water, a heater, a single speed pump that provides hydrotherapy jet action, an underwater light, ozonator (on some models) and only for System 9063 a turbo blower for hydrotherapy bubble action.

When operating on 120 VAC,the heater will operate only if the jet pump is off. When operating on 240 VAC, the heater will also operate when the jet pump is on. The ozonator operates with the continuous filtration jet pump. The light is turned on by pushing the "Light" button on the command center and turned off by pushing the "Light" button a second time. On System 9063, the turbo blower is turned on and off by pushing the "Turbo" or "Blower" button on the Command Center.

SINGLE SPEED PUMP

Your spa features a jet pump for hydrotherapy jet action and is controlled by the "Jets" button on the command center. Hydrotherapy pump jet action will automatically stop after approximately twenty minutes of operating time. Simply press the button a second time for additional operating time.

OZONATOR
(Some Models)

Ozone is active oxygen(03), one of nature's special elements. In water it destroys bacteria, viruses, mold and mildew, and also eliminates spores, cysts, yeast and fungus. Ozone will not completely replace traditional water sanitation chemicals, such as bromine. A small amount of bromine is needed in the water during the times after your spa has been heavily used. Ozone will be doing the major job of killing microorganisms and oxidizing bather waste, such as perspiration, body oil, suntan oils, etc. Ozone's job is to keep your water soft, clean and sparkling clear.

WATER TEMPERATURE THERMOSTAT

Located on the command center. Setting your thermostat to the desired temperature your heater will automatically turn on and off as needed. This is not only convenient, it is energy efficient. The system has freeze protect, which when the temperature drops below 40QF, the system will automatically turn on the heater.

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 9063,9072 & 9075

 

1. DISCHARGE UNION
2. PUMP WETEND
3. PUMP MOTOR
4. PUMP CORD
5. BLOWER RECEPTACLE
6. PRESSURE SWITCH REC.
7. GROUNDING LUG
8. STAINLESS STEEL HEATER
9. SINGLE SPEED PUMP # 1 RECEPTACLE
10. LIGHT RECEPTACLE
11. COMMAND CENTER RECEPTACLE
12. HEATER RECEPTACLE
13. OZONATOR RECEPTACLE
14. ELECTRICAL CONTROL PACK
15. OZONATOR (Some Models)
16. FILTER PUMP REC.
17. FILTER PUMP
18. JETS #1 AIR SWITCH
19. LIGHT AIR SWITCH
20. BLOWER AIR SWITCH
21. BLOWER
*21. FOR SYSTEM 9063 ONLY

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Your spa is equipped with a solid state thermostat which regulates the water temperature to within 1QF. Once you find the temperature you enjoy most, leave it at the setting and the spa will automatically maintain the correct temperature and be ready for you to enjoy. Avoid excessive resetting. The Command Center has digital display for current display of the water temperature in the spa.

BLOWER

For System 9063 only. The blower, when activated, forces air through the jets located in the seats, creating a massage and more effervescent water movement. The blower is activated by pushing the 'Turbo" or "Blower" button and deactivated by pushing the button a second time.

WIRING DIAGRAM

FOR LICENSED ELECTRICIAN ONLY!
NOTE: USE COPPER CONNECTORS ONLY
WARNING: THIS WIRING MUST BE DONE BY A
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN

IF THE SPA IS WIRED INCORRECTLY, YOUR WARRANTY IS VOID!!

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STEPS TO CONVERT 120 VAC TO 240 VAC

  1. Unplug 120 VAC GFCI plug with Power Cord from receptacle.
  2. Remove 120 VAC GFCI plug with Power Cord from Supply Terminal Block
  3. Remove Copper Jumper Strip "L2-N" on the Control Circuit Board Terminal Block.
  4. Disconnect GRAY Jumper Wire from "NC" Terminal of Relay "RY2"and Reconnect it to terminal "Jl" on Control Circuit Board. The GRAY wire should now be connected between"J4" and "J 1" on the Control Circuit Board.
  5. Connect the GREEN ground wire of the 240 VAC cable to Terminal 4 of the Supply Terminal Block.
  6. Connect Line 1 wire to Terminal 1 of the Supply Terminal Block.
  7. Connect Line 2 wire to Terminal 3 of the Supply Terminal Block.
  8. Connect the Load Neutral Wire from the Load Neutral on GFCI to Terminal 2 of the Supply Terminal Block.

NOTE: IF UNIT IS TO BE PERMANENTLY CONNECTED, CONNECT ONLY TO A CIRCUIT PROTECTED BY A GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI).

READ BEFORE FILLING SPA
START UP STEPS

Prior to filling your spa with water and connecting electrical power, perform the following:

  1. Install the filter (s). Refer to the Filter Maintenance section for your type of filter.
  2. Ensure maintenance shut off valves are open (Handle Pulled Up).
  3. Ensure that none of the water lines or the 120 Volt power cord have slipped under the foot well area of the spa shell during shipment. Move them if they have.
  4. Turn the "Temperature Control" knob to the minimum heat setting position (Counter Clockwise).

For 120 Volt operation continue as follows:

  1. Route the electrical cord under the spa through the power cord cut out nearest the "T" rated receptacle the spa will be plugged into.
  2. Fill the spa with water 3 to 4 inches above the highest jet.
  3. Plug the GFCI device into the grounded power receptacle; the pilot light will come on.
  4. The GFCI device must be tested before each use of the spa. Press the black "Test" button; pilot light goes out, press the red "Reset" button; pilot light must come back on for use.

For 240 Volt operation continue as follows:

  1. Follow the instruction in the wiring conversion diagram to provide 240 Volts to the spa.
  2. Fill the spa with water 3 to 4 inches above the highest jet.
  3. The GFCI circuit breaker must be tested before each use of the spa. Press the "Test" button on the breaker; the circuit breaker will go to the tripped position. Reset the circuit breaker and ensure it stays set. Apply power to the spa. Verify air and water circulation coming from the small circulation jets.

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NOTE: If the spa starts running as soon as power is applied and the "Jets" light on the top Command Center is illuminated, the single speed pump is running. If the "Jets" light is off, push the "Jets" button on the Command Center to turn the pump on.

Verify that there is water circulation in the spa. Lack of water movement may indicate an air lock on the pump. To relieve the air lock follow these steps:

  1. Locate the "Hose Bib" (Drain Spigot) inside the spa and open it until a steady stream of water comes out. After this remember to close the spigot.
  2. Verify water movement in the spa. Twist the air controls if so equipped, located on the top of the spa to the "Open" position and verify that air starts coming out of all the jets. Twist the air controls if equipped to the "Closed" position and verify that air stops coming from all of the jets. This may take a few minutes.

Push the "Jets" button on the top of the Command Center and verify that:

  1. Rapid water movement stops..
  2. The "Jets" light goes out.

ONLY for System 9063

Push the "Turbo" or "Blower" button on the Command Center and verify that:
1. There is air as well as water coming from all the jets.

Push the "Turbo" or "Blower" button on the Command Center and verify the the air flow stops.

Turn the thermostat control knob "Clockwise" to the "Hot" setting and verify the "Heat" light comes on the top Command Center.

Install the insulated cover on the spa and allow it to heat for 24 hours to reach a stable temperature.

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SPA MAINTENANCE

CLEANING THE SPA SURFACE

To preserve the sheen of your spa's surface. it is crucial that you avoid using abrasive cleansers which have adverse chemical effects on the surface. If you are not certain as to the suitability of a particular cleanser, consult your dealer. Do not use soap. Regardless of the cleanser used, use extreme care to assure that no residue is left on the surface. This could cause sudsing when the spa is filled.

MAINTAINING THE WOOD SKIRT

With time and exposure to the elements, the wood on your spa will tend to lose its new appearance. Protecting or reviving the wood surface is a fairly simple process. Light sanding with a fine grit sandpaper will help smooth any roughness and regular applications of penetrating wood preservative will enhance and protect the richness of the wood.

MAINTAINING THE COVER

Using the insulating spa cover any time the spa is not in use will tend to reduce your operating costs, heat up time and maintenance requirements. To prolong the life of the cover, handle it with care and clean it regularly using a mild soap and water. Periodic treatments with a conditioner will help protect it against deterioration caused by ultra violet rays from the sun. Never allow anyone to stand or sit on the cover and avoid dragging it across rough surfaces.

SPA DRAINING

Every one to three months, depending upon your spa usage, you may find that chemicals no longer effectively balance the water. At this point. draining the spa is necessary. The following procedure MUST be followed:

  1. Turn the thermostat dial to the "MINIMUM"position. ONLY AFTER THIS, disconnect power source.
  2. Connect one end of your garden hose to the water spigot and the other end at the bottom of the spa.
  3. Turn on the water and allow the water pressure to force the air out of the hose. This will create a siphon.
  4. Turn off the water and remove the hose from the water spigot and the water from the spa will siphon out.

RETURN TO START UP STEPS FOR REFILLING PROCEDURES.

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FILTER MAINTENANCE

It is important to maintain an unobstructed filtering system. Not only does this provide the maximum performance for hydrotherapy jets, but allows for proper 24 hour filtration. We recommend the filters be cleaned once a week. Remove and soak to dissolve minerals in a solution of one to one bleach and water and insert a garden hose in the center of the filter after removing, rotate and flush filter pleats).

Any water filtering system may become clogged with particles, debris or calcification that will reduce water flow. The necessity of filter replacement depends on the use the spa receives and the mineral or body oil content of the water. If a calcification appears on the filter, replacement is called for. Call the Customer Service Hotline for replacements. Filter cartridge replacement for 1 and 2: #373005

WARNING: Do not run the spa without a filter as debris will be pulled into the pump and cause damage which will void your warranty.

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WATER QUALITY MAINTENANCE

Maintaining the quality of the water within specified limits will serve to enhance your enjoyment and prolong the life of the spa's equipment. It is a fairly simple task, but it requires regular attention because the water chemistry involved is a balance of several factors. There is no simple formula and there is no avoiding it. A careless attitude in regard to water maintenance will result in poor conditions for soaking and even damage to your spa investment.

pH AND ALKALINITY CONTROL

pH is a measure of relative acidity or alkalinity of water and is measured on a scale of 0 to 14. The midpoint of 7 is said to be neutral, above which is alkaline and below which is acid. In spa water, it is very important to maintain a slightly alkaline pH condition of 7.2 to 7.8 and total water alkalinity should be 110-150 ppm. Problems become proportionately severe when this range is exceeded. The ability of the sanitation agents to keep the spa clean is severely affected as the pH moves beyond the ideal range. That is why almost all spa water test kits contain a method to measure for pH as well as the use of a sanitizer. Failure to maintain a proper pH level will cause permanent damage to your spa.

SANITIZING

WARNING! On spas equipped with an ozonator DO NOT use any polymer based product, clarifier or "Perfect pH" in your spa. The ozone generated by your "Ecozone" in line ozonator will break down the polymers in these products causing cloudy water.

To destroy bacteria and organic compounds in the spa water a sanitizer must be used regularly. A residual "Bromine" level of 3-5 ppm is considered desirable and can be maintained by regulating the number of bromine tablets in a floating brominator and the 24 hour filtration cycles. If your spa is equipped with an "Ecozone" ozonator, the residual bromine level may be reduced to 1 ppm.

IMPORTANT:Do not use chlorine tablets (Trichlor), they may permanently damage the acrylic . surface and this damage is not covered by warranty.

Consult your local Pool and Spa Company for advice on spa care chemicals and additives.

OTHER ADDITIVES

Many other additives are available for your spa. Some are necessary to compensate for out of balance water conditions and others simply make the water feel or smell better.

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PLUMBING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

All spas are plumbed with plastic jets, pipes and fittings, which are either glued or glueless. These plastic parts and their many joints are subjected to harsh treatment. Every spa goes through water testing to assure there are no leaks, however, sometimes spas develop leaks caused by shipping. Over the years your spa is subjected to many hot / cold cycles and the high pressure generated by the powerful jet pump which together stress the pipes and joints. Our spas are designed to be serviced by the owner with easy access panels on all sides, which allow quick inspection and repair of the plumbing system.

Should a leak occur with glueless fittings, follow these steps:

  1. Remove side panel to locate leak. Mark the leak with a marking pen.
  2. Drain spa below leak; allow plastic parts to dry.
  3. Pull the spring clamp back, pull hose off and reconnect to the "Jet" body.

REFER TO START UP STEPS FOR REFILLING PROCEDURE

 

WATER QUALITY TROUBLESHOOTING

CLOUDY WATER

Inadequate filtration
Excessive organics / oils in water
Improper sanitation
High pH and /or alkalinity
  • Clean the filters
  • Shock w/ Spa Shock
  • Correct sanitizer level
  • Adjust the pH and total alkalinity by adding the appropriate sodium bisulfate product

WATER ODOR

Excessive organics chlorines
Improper sanitation
pH is low
  • Shock w/ Spa Shock
  • Raise sanitizer level
  • Raise the pH by using pH adjuster or other so designed product

MUSTY ODOR

Bacteria or algae growth
Build-up of oils, lotions, chemicals soap, or detergents
Overused or old water
Excessive organics
  • Shock w/ Spa Shock If problem is visible, draining and cleaning may help
  • Add defoamer or drain and refill the spa
  • Drain and refill the spa
  • Shock w/ Spa Shock

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ORGANIC BUILD-UP OR SCUM

Excessive body oils and dirt
  • Wipe the scum with a clean towel. Depending on the severity, drain the spa and use spa surface cleaner to remove the scum. Refill the spa and adjust the water.

RING AROUND THE SPA

Inadequate filtration
Caused by body oils, lotions ,etc.
  • Clean the filter with filter cleaner or degreaser

ALGAE GROWTH

pH is too high
The free bromine is low
  • Shock w/Spa Shock adjust pH
  • Shock w/Spa Shock and maintain sanitizer at recommended level

EYE IRRITATION

The pH is low.
Insufficient free available bromine
  • Raise the pH level with sodium bicarbonate
  • Shock w/Spa Shock

SKIN IRRITATION

The water is unsanitary
  • Maintain recommended or polluted sanitizer residual at all times and Shock w/Spa Shock

STAINS

The pH or total alkalinity is too low

The iron / copper in the water is too high

  • Adjust the pH and total alkalinity or drain and clean with an appropriate product
  • Use sequestering agents for metals;
    adjust the water

SCALE

Too much calcium in water (pH and total alkalinity may be too high)
  • Adjust the total alkalinity and pH levels by adding the appropriate sodium bisulfate product (i.e. pH "Down" product) *With concentrated scale deposits: drain,scrub off scale, refill and balance the water

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SPA TROUBLESHOOTING

The guidelines are meant for general purposes only. All electrical problems should be corrected by a licensed electrician. For service, please call our service department at 1-800- 741-3575. Please have serial numbers ready when calling.

SPA DOES NOT OPERATE

  • Spa not plugged in
  • GFCI tripped
  • Circuit breaker tripped
  • High limit switch tripped
  • Plug in power supply
  • Reset GFCI
  • Reset circuit breaker
  • Reset high limit switch

WATER NOT HEATING OR LOW TEMPERATURE

  • Thermostat set point too low
  • Pressure switch inoperative
  • High limit switch tripped
  • Hard cover not used
  • Heating element inoperative
  • Disconnected heater cord
  • Disconnected filter pump cord .
  • Disconnected pressure switch cord
  • Filter line clogged
  • Adjust thermostat setting
  • Replace pressure switch
  • Reset high limit switch
  • Use hard cover
  • Replace heater
  • Connect heater cord
  • Connect filter pump cord
  • Connect pressure switch cord
  • Replace filter and clean filter line

PUMP NOT PUMPING OR
LOW WATER FLOW THROUGH JETS

  • Air lock in water line
  • Low water level
  • Partially closed valves
  • Jets closed
  • Filter plugged
  • Pump impeller clogged
  • Disconnected pump cord
  • Fuse F1 blown out
  • Open hose bib/loosen Union on pump
  • Ensure water level is at least half way up on filter skimmer
  • Open valves completely
  • Open jets
  • Clean or replace filter
  • Replace impeller
  • Connect pump cord
  • Replace fuse

FILTER PUMP NOT PUMPING

  • Filter line clogged
  • Disconnected filter pump cord
  • Replace filter and clean filter line
  • Connect filter pump cord

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SYSTEM WILL NOT CHANGE MODES

  • Command Center air tube disconnected or inoperative
  • Command Center cord disconnected
  • Command Center cord disconnected
  • Reconnect Command Center Cord

OVERHEATING PROBLEM

  • Low water level
  • Partially closed valves in filter line
  • Filter line clogged
  • Thermistor unseated from thermostat sensor fitting
  • Damaged thermistor cord.
  • Ensure water level is at least halfway up on filter skimmer
  • Open valves in filter line *
  • Replace filter and clean line
  • Install and seal thermistor in fitting
  • Replace Control Center

NOTE: After any "OVERHEATING PROBLEM" correct problem and reset the "HIGH LIMIT' switch:

*The "RESET" button for the "HIGH LIMIT"switch is located in the left side of the "ELECTRICAL CONTROL PACK". Simply press this button for RESET.

* For some models of the spa may not be installed.

SPA NOTES

SPA SERIAL #:_____________________________________ PURCHASE DATE: ____/____/____
WHERE PURCHASED: ______________________________

 

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WINTERIZING THE SPA:

The three recommended ways to prepare the spa for winter are:

1. Continue to let the spa run through the winter.

2. Completely drain the spas, and complete the following steps:

3. The third option involves using antifreeze to protect the spa:

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ATTENTION ! We are Roberts Hot tubs. We are NOT, nor have we EVER been associated with Blue Ridge Spas. We are simply providing this, our ONLY manual for Blue Ridge Spas as a service to our customers.

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