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Your choice of a Coyote Spa indicates that you are devoted to excellence. The management and staff appreciate your patronage. At Coyote Spas we believe a good foundation is required to build a superior product, both in design and philosophy. Canadian built with the finest materials and advanced technology, Coyote Spas are made to perform.wherever you happen to live. To safely and effectively utilize your spa, we recommend that you take the time to read this manual before you hook-up and operate the spa. This guide will acquaint you with the operating features, hook-up procedures, and the maintenance and safety procedures, ensuring an enjoyable experience right from the start. If you require additional information, please call your local Coyote Spas dealer or check our website at www.coyotespas.com.
In most cities and counties, permits will be required for the installation of electrical circuits or the construction of exterior surfaces (decks and gazebos). In addition, some communities have adopted residential barrier codes which may require fencing and/or self-closing gates on the property to prevent unsupervised access to a pool or (spa) by children under 5 years of age. Your Coyote Spa is equipped with a locking cover that meets the ASTM F1346-91 Standard for Safety Covers and as a result, is usually exempt from most barrier requirements. As a general practice, your local Building Department will inform you of any applicable barrier requirements at the time a permit is obtained for the installation of an electrical circuit. Your Coyote Spas Dealer can provide information on which permits may be required.
Important Safety Instructions... 4 Hyperthermia... 7 Spa Specifications.... 8 Installation Instructions.. 8 Equipment Compartment & Wiring Diagram. 10 Electrical Installation Instructions... 11 Startup Procedures... 13 Venturi.... 14 Jets.... 15 Topside Control Panel.. 16 Spa Care & Maintenance... 20 Water Maintenance.. 24 Common Spa Water Problems ~ Cause & Remedy. 29 Troubleshooting Spa Problems.. 30 Limited Warranty... 31 Read and Follow All Instructions
It is important to inform occasional users of the spa about the DANGERS, WARNINGS, and CAUTIONS listed in this manual before they use the spa.
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Important Safety Instructions:
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including: 1) WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all times. 2) WARNING: A grounding wire connector is provided on this unit to connect a minimum No. 8 AWG solid (USA) No. 6 AWG stranded (Canada) copper conductor between this unit and any metal equipment, metal enclosures of electrical equipment, metal water pipe, or conduit within 1.5m (5 feet) of the unit. 3) DANGER: Risk of Accidental Drowning. Extreme caution must be exercised to prevent unauthorized access by children. To avoid accidents, ensure that children cannot use this hot tub unless they are supervised at all times. 4) DANGER: Risk of Injury. The suction fittings in this hot tub are sized to match the specific water flow created by the pump. Should the need arise to replace the suction fittings or the pump, be sure that the flow rates are compatible. Never operate the hot tub if the suction fittings are broken or missing. Consult your local dealer for assistance in choosing an appropriate replacement suction fitting. 5) DANGER: Risk of Electric Shock. Install at least 1.5m (5 feet), from all metal surfaces. As an alternative, a hot tub may be installed within 1.5m (5 feet) of metal surfaces if each metal surface is permanently connected (bonded) by a minimum No. 8 AWG solid (USA) No. 6 AWG stranded (Canada) copper conductor attached to the wire connector on the grounding lug, inside the equipment compartment on the equipment box. 6) DANGER: Risk of Electric Shock. Do not permit any electrical appliance, such as a light, telephone, radio, television, etc. within 1.5m (5 feet) of a hot tub. 7) ELECTRICAL SUPPLY: The electrical supply for this product must include a suitable circuit breaker to open all ungrounded supply conductors. The disconnect must be readily accessible and visible to the hot tub occupant but installed at least 1.5m (5 feet), from the hot tub water.
This manual was written to ensure the proper use and installation of any Coyote Spa. Any modifications to the procedures outlined may result in your warranty being voided. Please read this manual to avoid any unnecessary damage to your spa and equipment.
8) WARNING: To Reduce the Risk of Injury: a) The water in a hot tub should never exceed 40C (104F). Water temperatures between 38C and 40C (100 to 104F) are considered safe for a healthy adult. Lower water temperatures are recommended for young children and when hot tub use exceeds 10 minutes. b) Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy, pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit hot tub water temperatures to 38C (100F). If pregnant, please consult your physician before using a hot tub. c) Before entering the hot tub, the user should measure the water temperature with an accurate thermometer since the tolerance of water temperature regulating devices may vary as much as +/- 2C (5F). d) The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication before or during hot tub use may lead to unconsciousness with the possibility of drowning. e) Persons suffering from obesity or a medical history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory system problems, or diabetes should consult a physician before using a hot tub. f ) Persons using medication should consult a physician before using a hot tub since some medication may induce drowsiness, while other medication may affect heart rate, blood pressure, and circulation. 9) A bonding lug bar is provided on the side of your spa pack to accommodate grounding of entire spa. To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect the local common bonding grid in the area of the hot tub to these terminals with an insulated or bare copper conductor not smaller than 8.4mm2. 10) All field-installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains or other similar hardware within 3m of the hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment grounding buss with copper conductors not smaller than 8.4mm2. 11) Use the hot tub straps and clip tie downs to secure the cover when not in use. This will help to discourage unsupervised children from entering the hot tub. There is no representation that the cover, clip tie downs, or actual locks will prevent access to the hot tub.
Prolonged immersion in hot water may induce hyperthermia. Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body temperature of 37C (99F). The symptoms of hyperthermia include drowsiness, lethargy, and an increase in the internal temperature of the body. The effects of hyperthermia include: Unawareness of impending hazard; Failure to perceive heat; Failure to recognize the need to exit hot tub; Physical inability to exit hot tub; Fetal damage in pregnant women; and Unconsciousness and danger of drowning.
The use of alcohol or drugs can greatly increase the risk of fatal hyperthermia in hot tubs or spas.
Outside Dimensions Filled Heater Water Dry Height (Watts) Capacity Weight Weight* Weight per square meter Electrical Requirements
240 Volt, 50 Amp Single Phase GFCI Protected Circuts 240 Volt, 50 Amp Single Phase GFCI Protected Circuts 240 Volt, 50 Amp Single Phase GFCI Protected Circuts 240 Volt, 50 Amp Single Phase GFCI Protected Circuts
Bandit Outlaw Drifter Renegade Chieftain
71x 81 311/cm x 206 cm 80 cm
330 Kg 211 gal 220 Lbs 2646 Lbs per square 800L 100 Kg 1200 Kg meter 264 gal 661Lbs 3858 Lbs 365 Kg 1000 L 300 Kg 1750 Kg per square meter 380 Kg 264 gal 661 Lbs 3858 Lbs per square 1000 L 300Kg 1750 Kg meter 400 Kg 406 gal 772 Lbs 5291Lbs per square 1535 L 350 Kg 2400 Kg meter 449 gal 1700 L
87 Round 220 cm Round
351/x cm x 231 cm 90 cm
351/x cm x 260 cm 90 cm
351/x cm 231 cm x 290 cm
772Lbs 2700 Lbs 460 Kg 240 Volt, 50 Amp Single Phase GFCI 350 Kg 5952 Kg per square Protected Circuts meter
*Filled weight includes weight of water and maximum recommended number of people in the spa. Average weight per person = 80 Kg (176 Lbs)
Make sure you ensure the following: Always put your spa on a structurally sound, LEVEL surface. A filled spa can weigh a great deal. Make certain that the location you choose can support the weight of your filled spa. Locate your equipment compartment, which houses all of the electrical components, in a place where your will have easy access for periodic spa care and maintenance. Allow adequate access to all other access panels for service.
Outdoor Ground Level Installation
No matter where you install your new spa, its important that you have a solid foundation for support. If using patio stones, they should be at least two inches thick and twelve inches square. Even with stones in place, the spa will possibly settle and become unlevel, and may require re-leveling over time.
To be certain your deck can support your spa, you must know the decks maximum load capacity. Consult a qualified building contractor or structural engineer. To find the weight of your spa, its contents and occupants, refer to the Spa Specification chart. This weight per square foot must not exceed the structures rated capacity, or serious structural damage could result. Your Coyote Spas Dealer can help you with local information such as zoning regulations and building codes.
WARNING! WARNING! We recommend that the Coyote Spa be installed above ground. Consult a licensed building contractor to design or evaluate your custom decking requirements.
Equipment Compartment and Wiring Diagram
All electrical hookups must be performed by a licensed electrician! Power Input
All Coyote Spas are tested for the following:
240 VAC, 60 Hz, 50 A
Connect the power input wires to the terminal block labeled AC-Input. Make sure to respect the alignment and that the screws are properly tightened.
Sub Panel Wiring Diagram Example
Do not turn on power to the spa until the spa is filled to the required level. Running the spa pump without water could cause immediate damage and invalidate your warranty! 10
Load 1 Neutral Ground Load 2
From Electrical Box
IMPORTANT CONNECTIONS: Neutral of the GFCI must be connected to the neutral bus. Neutral from the spa must be connected to the breaker.
Electrical Installation Instructions
COYOTE SPAS MUST BE WIRED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES. ALL ELECTRICAL WORK SHOULD BE DONE BY AN EXPERIENCED, LICENSED ELECTRICIAN AND APPROVED BY A LOCAL BUILDING/ELECTRICAL INSPECTION AUTHORITY. WE RECOMMEND THE USE OF APPROPRIATE ELECTRICAL CONDUIT, FITTINGS AND WIRE FOR ALL CIRCUITS. The spa can be wired with one 50 amp 240 volt single circuit, one 25 amp circuit or two 25 amp circuits.
We recommend an electrical subpanel containing a 50 amp GFCI breaker is used to supply power and protect the spa. This subpanel requires a 50 amp, two pole, single phase, 240 volt, four wire service (two line, one neutral, one ground). The grounding conductor must be at least the same gauge as the line conductors, but not less than #6 AWG (Canada), and #8 AWG (USA). A minimum #6 AWG (Canada), and #8 AWG (USA) solid copper bond wire is also required. Mount the subpanel in the vicinity of the spa, but not closer than five feet away, in accordance with all local codes. The electrical circuit must be installed by a qualified electrician. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. This hot tub must be permanently connected (hard-wired) to the power supply. No plug- in connections or extension cords are to be used in conjunction with the operation of this hot tub. Supplying power to the hot tub which is not in accordance with these instructions will void both the independent testing agency listing and the manufacturers warranty. The power supplied to this hot tub must be a dedicated circuit with no other appliances or lights sharing the power provided by the circuit. Do not use aluminum wire. For the United States, the electrical supply for this product must include a suitably rated switch or circuit breaker to open all ungrounded supply conductors to comply with Section 422-20 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. The disconnecting means must be readily accessible to the hot tubs occupant but installed at least 1.5m (5 feet) from hot tub water. The electrical circuit supplied for the hot tub must include a suitable ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) as required by electrical code. To gain access to the hot tubs power terminal block, remove the four screws securing the two cabinet panels on the side of the spa containing the ETL label. Then open the door to the control box. 11
Do not turn on power to the spa until the spa is filled to the required level. Running the spa pump without water could cause immediate damage and invalidate your warranty!
9) Test and Adjust Sanitizer level (Chlorine ideal 1 - 3 ppm or Bromine ideal 3 - 5 ppm). 10) The spa temperature is pre-programmed to reach 35C (95F), and will normally do so within 16 to 24 hours. You may raise the water temperature by pressing the TEMP ( ) button on the control panel, or lower it by pressing TEMP ( ) button. After a few hours, the water temperature will remain within 1 degree of your selected temperature.
Diverter Jetting System*
With your Diverter Jetting System, you can control the massaging action of your spa.* On select models. Using the diverter, the jets are activated in groups, known as jet systems. The jetting systems are selected by turning the diverter from one side to the other, or select both by leaving the diverter in the middle. The number of diverters you will have will depend on the model of Coyote Spas you have. Feel free to consult your local dealer with any questions regarding the function of this system, or just jump in and experiment for yourself.
The Venturi Controls allow you to control the intensity of the massage at each jet by adjusting the mixture of air and water. Simply turn the venturi control lever counter clockwise for a stronger flow and clockwise for a softer flow.
Directional Luxury Hydromassage Jets
The Directional Luxury Hydromassage jets allow you to aim the water in the direction that feels best. These jets are designed to massage the muscles in your upper back, shoulders and neck. These jets are adjustable by turning the face of the jet clockwise for a stronger flow and counter-clockwise for a softer flow and eventually off.
Pulsing Luxury Hydromassage Jets
Approximently half of the water jets in each coyote spa are pulsing. These jets provide a pulsing massage feeling and are all adjustable by turning the face of each jet.
Chrome Jet Option Package
The Chrome jets are made from rust resistant stainless steel; however improper water chemistry may cause rusting. Same great massage quality in a nicer looking package.
Topside Control Panel
IMPORTANT. Before performing any service on the spa, contact your local Factory Authorized
Dealer. Make a visual inspection of the spa to get an understanding of what condition it may be in and if anything looks out of the ordinary. If any part appears to be damaged, loose or missing, do not proceed. Contact your Factory Authorized Dealer immediately. Your spa control has been specifically designed so that by simply connecting the spa to its properly grounded source, and following the start-up procedures in this manual, the spa will automatically heat to the set temperature. You can adjust the set temperature by pressing the up or down arrows on your control panel to the desired temperature. When your spa is heating the heat indicator on your control panel will be on.
This key is used to turn the Light Switch Off/On. A built-in 2 hour timer will shut off the light, unless user does so manually. The LED beside the Light logo will be solid when light is on. * If the Peyote Light option was installed, repeatedly pushing the light button will cycle through the different colors.
This key is used to control the Filter cycle. A Filter cycle consists of starting pump #2 and the blower for 1 minute to purge their plumbing and then start pump one low speed for the duration of the cycle. The LED for the Filter logo is solid when there is an active Filter cycle. If the user presses any key this will suspend the Filter cycle and the LED will flash.
Filter Cycle Duration and Frequency Adjustment
The Filter cycle Duration is user programmable. By pressing the Filter key, the display shows the current duration value Fdxx, where xx is from 0 to 2. Using the Up and Down keys, this value can be adjusted as desired. The Filter cycle Frequency (per day) adjustment is user programmable by pressing another time on the Filter key, the display will show the current frequency value (FFxx, where xx is the frequency). Using the Up and Down keys, this value can be adjusted from 1 to 4. If a duration of 0 is selected, the Filter cycle never comes on and the Frequency selection is not offered. The Default frequency per day is four times a day and the default number of hours per cycle is one hour. During the duration adjustment or the frequency per day adjustment, if the user doesnt use any key for 5 seconds, the system stores the new duration and new frequency, but these will take effect only at the next Filter cycle. However, if the user exits the duration or frequency adjustments by pressing the Filter key again, a new Filter cycle is immediately started, and a new 12-hour cycle is started.
Overtemp During Filter Cycle
In order to prevent excessive water temperatures due to long Filter cycles during warm weather, the system has a special safeguard. If the water temperature exceeds the set point by more than 2 degrees F, the system will cancel the Filter cycle and the Filter cycle icon will blink for the remainder of the filter cycle. The Filter cycle icon blink pattern will be: ON for 1/2 second, OFF for 1/2 second, ON for 1/2 second, and then finally OFF for a longer 1 1/2 second period. In special circumstances your dealer can disable this feature.
If the water temperature reaches 62C (112F) on the regulation probe, all pumps and accessories will be stopped. The Filter cycle and user demand will be cancelled as well. The bottom 2 LEDs to the right of the temperature display will be flashing. The system will return to normal mode when the temperature cools to 43C (109F).
When water at the high-limit sensor reaches 48C (119F) the bottom 2 LEDs to the right of the temperature display will be solid, but all of the accessories will still function. The heater will remain off until a complete shut down of the circuit occurs.
When pump #1 is not running, the pressure switch must be open, if not, the top and bottom LEDs to the right of the temperature display will be flashing. When pump #1 is on, the pressure switch is given 5 seconds to close. If, after this delay, the switch is still open, a FLOW error occurs (the top and bottom LEDs to the right of the temperature display will be solid).
Ozone Output (Optional)
During the Filter cycle, the ozone output is turned on. The filtration cycle can be suspended for various reasons, in which case ozone out put will be suspended as well.
Spa Care and Maintenance
Your Coyote Spa is manufactured from the highest quality, most durable materials available. Even so, the spa care and maintenance program you develop will ultimately determine how long your spa and its individual components will last. Regular maintenance according to the advice in this section will help you to protect your investment.
Draining the Water
Detergent residues and dissolved solids from bathing suits and chemicals will gradually accumulate in your spas water. Normally, in about three to four months the water will become difficult to balance and should be replaced. Showering without using soap prior to entering the spa or using only the rinse cycle when laundering your bathing suit will help to reduce detergent residue in the spa water. However, foam problems are more likely to be caused by a build up of organic pollutants in the spa-mostly by body oils. If youre using your spa frequently with a high bather load the water will need to be replaced more often. Spa water gradually loses quality because of build ups of unfilterable pollutants. IMPORTANT: Remember to change your water every three to four months.
To Drain Your Spa:
1. Trip the RCD breaker located in the subpanel or the quick disconnect. 2. All Coyote spas have an external drain that can be attached to a typical garden hose for convenient draining. Simply locate the drain on the side of the floor, pull the nozzel out, remove cap, and attach your hose. Once the hose is attached, push the nozzle in slightly to open the internal valve and the spa will start draining. Note: All Coyote Spas models will drain almost completely through the drain. Equipment such as the pump(s) and heater will drain. Any water remaining in the plumbing or equipment after draining will only need to be removed if the spa is being winterized. 3. When empty, inspect the spa shell and clean as required. 4. Close the drain valve. 5. Refill the spa BEFORE restoring power.
IMPORTANT: Always clean and rotate the filter cartridges, every couple of weeks, and each time
the spa is drained for cleaning. Or, if using disposable filters change as needed or every 3 months otherwise.
Filtration System Important: The use of Clarifiers and Foam inhibitors is not recommended with Arctic Pure
Disposable filters! Coyote Spas are equipped with balanced filtration, meaning that the filter cartridges are sized to meet the needs of the pump system. As with any water filtering system, the filter cartridge may become clogged, resulting in reduced water flow. It is important to maintain a clean, unobstructed filter system. We recommend replacing your filter with an Arctic disposable filter every three (3) months.
Filter Cartridge Removal and Installation
1. Shut the spa down using the on/off button on the topside control panel. Wait until all pumps have stopped completely (this may take up to 3 minutes). 2. Remove the filter basket by rotating the top outside ring counterclockwise and lifting. 3. Remove the filter cartridge. 4. Clean any debris out of the skimmer basket. 5. To reinstall the filter cartridge, reverse the order of steps in which it was removed.
Care of the Spa Shell
Your Coyote Spas has a fiberglass reinforced, cast acrylic shell. Stains and dirt generally will not adhere to your spas surface. A soft cloth or sponge should easily remove most dirt. Most household chemicals are harmful to your spas shell. Do not use them. Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) or vinegar can also be used for minor surface cleaning. Always thoroughly rinse off any spa shell cleaning agent with fresh water. Service Notes: 1. Iron and copper in the water can stain the spa shell if allowed to go unchecked. Your Coyote Spas Dealer stocks a Stain and Scale Inhibitor to use if your spa water has a high concentration of dissolved minerals. 2. The use of alcohol or any household cleaners other than those listed to clean the spa shell surface is NOT recommended. DO NOT use any cleaning products containing abrasives or solvents since they may damage the shell surface. Damage to the shell by the use of harsh chemicals in not covered under the warranty.
MANUAL SAFETY COVER MANUFACTURING DATE:
MANUAL SAFETY COVER
CLASSIFIED TO ASTM F1346-91
AVOID DROWNING RISK
KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. CHILDREN OR OBJECTS CANNOT BE SEEN UNDER COVER. REMOVE COVER COMPLETELY BEFORE ENTRY - BATHERS ENTRAPMENT POSSIBLE. NON-SECURED OR IMPROPERLY SECURED COVERS ARE A HAZARD. FAILURE TO FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DROWNING.
VITEZ DE NOYER LE RISQUE
ENFANTS DE SUBSISTANCE PARTIS. DES ENFANTS OU LES OBJETS NE PEUVENT PAS TRE VUS SOUS LA COUVERTURE. ENLEVEZ LA COUVERTURE COMPLTEMENT AVANT L'BAIGNEUR - OCCLUSION D'ENTREE POSSIBLE. LES COUVERTURES NON-FIXES OU INCORRECTEMENT FIXES SONT UN RISQUE. LE MANQUEDE SUIVRE TOUTES LES INSTRUCTIONS PEUT AVOIR COMME CONSQUENCE LES DOMMAGES OU LA NOYADE.
Care of the Spa Cover
ATTENTION: The cover is a manual safety cover that meets or exceeds all prevailing requirements of ASTM Standards for spa safety covers when installed and used correctly as of the date of manufacture. Non-secured or improperly secured covers are a hazard. Always open the cover to its fully open position before use. Be sure to inspect the cover for premature wear or deterioration. Over time, with use, there is a chance of normal cover wear and deterioration. To properly maintain your cover see directions below.
The vinyl spa cover is an attractive, durable foam insulation product. Monthly cleaning and conditioning are recommended to maintain its beauty. To clean and condition the vinyl cover: 1. Remove the cover from the spa and gently lean it against a wall or fence. 2. With a garden hose, spray the cover to loosen and rinse away dirt or debris. 3. Using a large sponge and/or a soft bristle brush, and a very mild soap solution or baking soda, scrub the vinyl top in a circular motion. Do not let the vinyl dry with a soap film on it before it can be rinsed clean. 4. Scrub the covers perimeter and side flaps. Rinse clean with water. 5. Rinse off the underside of the cover with water only (use no soap), and wipe it clean with a dry rag. 6. To condition the cover after cleaning, apply a thin film of Arctic Pure Cover Renew to the vinyl surface and buff.
The Standard Cabinet
The standard cabinet on coyote spas is made with Premium Vinyl house siding. It should require no maintenance and can be hosed off if dirty. If damaged, cabinet pannels can be removed and replaced!
LED Light Replacement
All Coyote Spas come equipped with a blue LED (light emitting diode) light for night-time use. The optional Peyote Light comes with a multicolour LED. Should you wish to change either light, follow these simple steps: 1. Make sure the light is turned off, by checking the topside to see if the light icon is not showing. 2. Remove the screws securing the equipment access doors; remove the doors. 3. Locate the lamp assembly, which is secured into the light housing. Carefully rotate the lamp assembly counter-clockwise until it comes off the light housing. 4. Carefully disconnect any cables. Remove the LED assembly from the socket and replace with a new assembly. Reconnect the cable(s). NOTE: take care to insert the plug in the correct orientation, or you may damage the connectors. 5. To reinstall, rotate the lamp assembly clockwise onto the light housing until secure. 6. To replace the handrail light, loosen the nut on the handrail, unplug the cable and replace.
Adding Chemicals to the Spa
Most chemicals (does not include any slow dissolving chemicals) can be added directly to the spa while the pump(s) is running on high speed, for a minimum of 10 minutes. Allow at least 30 minutes after adding chemicals before retest. IMPORTANT SUPER CHLORINATION/NON-CHLORINE SHOCK TREATMENT NOTE: After administering a super chlorination treatment or non-chlorine shock to your spa, leave the cover open for a minimum of 20 minutes to allow the oxidizer gas to vent. A high concentration of trapped oxidizer gas which may exist as a result of the shock treatment (not daily sanitation) may eventually cause discoloration or vinyl degradation to the bottom of the cover and pillows. This type of damage is considered chemical abuse and is not covered under warranty.
The Coyote Spas Water Maintenance Program
Following the Coyote Spas water maintenance program will save you time and frustration and ensure clear, clean spa water.
Remove Excess Minerals
Most tap water has minerals such as Calcium, Copper, Iron, Manganese and Sodium in it. The circulation of such water can cause the erosion of metals from spa equipment, which can present possible scaling and staining problems in your spa. 25
To remove these simply fill your spa with an Arctic Pure Pre-Filter. In extreme cases of source water with high minerals (such as some well water): 1. We recommend you add 3 1/2 tablespoons (48 grams) of Arctic Pure Best Defense per 1000 litres (265 gallons) of water while filling your spa. 2. Also, as water evaporates from your spa and new water is added, the amount of dissolved minerals will increase. The spa water may eventually become hard (Calcium Hardness too high) enough to damage the heater by calcifying its surface. To protect against these problems add 1 tablespoon (14 grams) per 1000 litres (265 gallons) of Arctic Pure Best Defense weekly.
Balance the Total Alkalinity (TA)
1. The recommended Total Alkalinity (TA) for your spa water is 125-150 ppm. 2. Total Alkalinity is a measure of the total levels of carbonates, bicarbonates, hydroxides, and other alkaline substances in the water. TA is referred to as the waters pH buffer. In other words, its a measure of the ability of the water to resist changes in pH level. 3. If the TA is too low, the pH level will fluctuate widely from high to low. Fluctuations in pH can cause corrosion or scaling of the spa components. Low TA can be corrected by adding Arctic Pure Perfect Balance. 4. If the Total Alkalinity is too high, the pH level will tend to be high and may be difficult to bring down. It can be lowered by using Arctic Pure Adjust Down. 5. Once the TA is balanced, it normally remains stable, although some sanitizers, and the addition of more water with a high or low alkalinity will raise or lower the TA reading of the water. 6. When the Total Alkalinity is within the recommended range, proceed to the next step.
NO CHLORINE/ BROMINE B. Test kit reagents ineffective READING
A. Add sanitizers until levels are up to the recommended levels B. Replace test kits at least once a year C. Chlorine/Bromine level very high and is bleaching test reagent, dilute sample 50:50 with fresh water retest and double the result. D. Possible bacterial contamination, have water tested by a lab.
Troubleshooting Spa Problems
1. Nothing functions: The GFCI breaker has tripped or there is a power failure. Test GFCI breaker. Turn breaker back on and see if spa powers up, if not contact your factory authorized dealer. 2. Spa does not heat: Check to see if the heat indicator is on or there are any error messages on the topside control panel. If the heat indicator is on and no error message appears contact your factory authorized dealer. 3. Poor Jet Pressure: First check to see that the jet(s) is turned on all the way. Check your filter to see if its clogged or dirty. Next, check to see if the jet(s) are obstructed or if the venturi air dials are turned on. Finally, check to see if the jets are surging, if so, your pump is cavitating (sucking in air). This usually occurs when the water level is too low and can be solved by adding water to the spa. If the problem still persists, contact your factory authorized dealer. 4. Light is not functioning: Check with your dealer. If it is necessary to replace the LED assembly, see the Light replacement section. 5. Spa comes on by itself: This function is normal when heating and filtering. No action required. 6. Jet(s) is not spinning: Remove jet barrel, by turning the jet counterclockwise until it pops out. Then irrigate the jet in the water (this will help remove any foreign particles that may be lodged in the bearings). If the jet(s) is still not spinning, it may be calcified. Try soaking the jet(s) in vinegar (be sure to cover the bearings) for ten minutes. Then irrigate the jet(s) again and re-install. If problem persists contact your factory authorized dealer. 7. Spa doesnt drain completely: The spa is drained by gravity. It will not always drain entirely. It isntnecessary to drain the spa entirely except for winterizing the spa. If you wish to remove the last little bit of water, we recommend you vacuum it out with a wet/dry shop vac.
This manual and its contents are subject to change without notice. Although Blue Falls Manufacturing has prepared this manual as accurately and precisely as possible, Blue Falls Manufacturing will not be liable for loss, injury or damages caused by improper servicing or by use of spa (improper or otherwise).
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