- Make sure GFCI is plugged into a properly grounded 3 pin wall receptacle, NO EXTENSION CORDS!! Is there power to Power Pack / Does LED temp display show any temperature? If NO, plug lamp or hair dryer into outlet to see if there is power to outlet. If no power, call an electrician or check breaker. If the temperature display shows temp. go to next step.
- Does GFCI trip / shut off after a couple of seconds when 1st plugged in or reset in heat / circulation mode? If YES, GFCI may be working properly and sensing a short to ground in heater circuit, heater element or electric terminal in Power Pack has become wet. DO NOT USE! Power Pack should be sent to Service Centre for inspection / repair. If NO, go to next step.
- Does GFCI trip / shut off when Blower / Turbo button is pressed? If Yes, Blower may have become wet. Remove Blower Loop and look down left hand pipe. If water is standing in the bottom of left hand pipe when Power Pack is attached to spa full of water, Unplug and do not use spa. Air check valve has failed and needs to be replaced, send to service centre for repair. If no water is present in left hand pipe, unplug unit, place hair dryer or shop vac in right hand pipe hole and run for 10 minutes. This will dry Blower motor if is has moisture on it. After 10 minutes, plug Power Pack into wall outlet and press Blower / Turbo button. If Blower runs, let it run for it’s 15 – 20 minute cycle. This will help continue to dry it out. Replace Blower Loop.
- Test GFCI before each use. Press test, It should trip if plugged into a properly grounded outlet. Press Reset to reset it. If it does not trip or reset, DO NOT USE SPA. It is either plugged into an ungrounded outlet, It is doing it’s job and sensing a short to ground, or may be defective and needs to be replaced. Power Pack should be sent to service centre for repair
WARNING!!! The GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) is a safety device. This will prevent SHOCK or ELECTROCUTION, but will only offer protection when plugged into a “PROPERLY GROUNDED 3 PIN WALL RECEPTACLE!!! If the GFCI is plugged into an Ungrounded Outlet, or extension cord, THERE IS NO SHOCK PROTECTION!!! IF IN DOUBT, HAVE A QUALIFIED LISCENED ELECTRICIAN VERIFY WALL OUTLET / RECEPTACLE IS PROPERLY GROUNDED!!! DO NOT BYPASS GFCI WITH STANDARD PLUG!!!