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: First, ensure that the circ pump and associated lines are not frozen.
: Then shut down the power briefly. Re-start the tub and see if the
: circ pump turns on and flows water. This condition may be caused by
: sensor problems, circ pump problems or pressure switch problems. If
: you can get it restarted and it will run for a few hours and heat to
: set temperature before triggering the dashes, you can bet on a bad
: pressure switch as the likely culprit.
I did get cold here and I have restarted and was able to get the temp. back up to 103. So how do I check the pressure switch?
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