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Your problem is not with the heater or the pressure switch. The contacts of the pressure switch only close when the pump is on. Either your tub suffered more damage than you thought or you accidently moved a wire for the motor circuit. In any event, your trouble lies in the motor circuit.
: ok quick follow up....i bypassed the pressure switch with a jumper wire,
: and the heater element works! but the pump still doesnt kick on
: slowly while the element is heating. i would just chalk it up to a
: bad pressure switch cause of power coming in, and not getting back
: out to the element, but when i bypassed the ps, how come the pump
: doesnt kick on to heat? thanks for any help
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