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09-15-2011, 03:36 PM #1
I just got a used hot tub which was not working.
Ok I have the Balboa Heat Jacket system from 2004 similar to (Balboa Heat Jacket System 120V Advantage Heat Jacket System – 52973-04) which you can google to see a pic
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The topside console is beat to heck and I don't want to plug it in. How can I test the balboa board to make sure it will work? I'd prefer to just spend $90 on a topside, but what if the board is toast. Seems like it might be worth moving to a heater system. I have made some spade connectors jumped to the pump and it works and is running fine for the past two hours.
Should I look at buying a better system or just piece this one into working order. I'd prefer 110 v for how mobile and simple this small tub is. I also do not want to run a new breaker, conduit, wire and junction/ cutoff box vs plugging it in. Since we are in Florida it will also only be used a couple months a year
I built houses and I'm fine with electrical, and work on cars a lot so a volt/ohm meter is no problem.
I have rebuilt a spa before. 5 years ago a cousin gave me his dead hot tub. I just installed a new universal heater/board/topside kit/ refit the larger piping needed and remade the wood side panels. The system ran off mechanical relays which I could not find anywhere, added some newer jets and lighting. I'm hoping to avoid a $600 bill vs just buying a $90 topside (Balboa 53280)
Where do I start with looking at the board. All of the fuses look good, I'll ohm them out to make sure
03-08-2012, 10:04 AM #2
Did you ever find a solution for this? I'm in the same situation and am trying to figure out what I should do.
03-08-2012, 11:06 AM #3
Sometimes on these olders systems it is best to replace the entire control because the the costs involved in replacing individual component costs.
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