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06-26-2010, 04:54 PM
I have a Leisure Bay spa that will not come on at all, not even the control panel. One guy said it was probably the circuit board because there is electricity going to everything but when you turn the breaker on nothing happens. Long before this issue came up we replaces one of the pumps (there are two pumps) and the ozone part. Everything was working well then it went off one day and never came back on. When I have tried to drain it, the water will not come out of the drain hose when I open the valve to it.
Any help with this matter is greatly appreciated.
You should turn off the power and remove the large system fuse (http://www.hottubworks.com/part-1-FU-20A-item-hottub-fuse.php) from the fuse holder and test for continuity, you should not test while it is still in the fuse holder. Also, check any other fuses (http://www.hottubworks.com/part-2-AGC-20-5-item-hottub-fuses.php) on the circuit board (http://www.hottubworks.com/SpaParts/ElectricalCircuitBoards.php) the same way. If you are getting the proper voltage to the spa and all fuses test good then it is more than likely the circuit board (http://www.hottubworks.com/SpaParts/ElectricalCircuitBoards.php).
I am not sure why the spa is not draining out the drain hole. When you remove the cap and turn knob counter clockwise water should come out. Maybe if you remove the filter and try it, not sure that will work but worth a try.