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07-02-2013, 08:21 PM #1
As the title states, Catalina spa with Balboa control won't turn on after motor replacement. House breaker and outdoor GFCI both operate normally, and there is 240v going into the control board power connection. The topside control panel doesn't turn on, the display and buttons don't work, etc... It's like somebody flipped a switch.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
07-03-2013, 07:51 AM #2
Does the pump come on automatically, like for a filter cycle or to heat? This could be a number of things causing this. It could be the transformer, circuit board, or the topside panel. Have you tested all fuses on the circuit board?
07-04-2013, 09:48 AM #3Junior Member
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- Aug 2012
- Edmonton Alberta
Hi there. You definately want to check the fuses as MaryH says. My bet is its one of two fuses. There is a 1/2 amp and a 3 amp fuse on most catalina boards that could be causing your issue. The 1/2 amp fuse, if blown denies power to the board so if you have power at the input it won't go anywhere. If the 3 amp fuse is blown, it denies power to the 120v components of the circuit board. The circ pump may be 120v or 240v in a catalina. The topside is 120v. Hope this helps!
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