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Series
J - 315 J - 325 J - 335 J - 345 J - 355 J - 365 J - 375

2530-398W Rev. A

Attention New Spa Owner!
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Jacuzzi spa! The following is a list of automated functions performed by your spa. These functions are listed below in an attempt to alleviate any operational concerns you may have during the first 24-hours of ownership! Also listed below are important maintenance recommendations you should observe on a regular basis to protect your new investment. Automated Operations Approximately two minutes after power is applied to the spa, the first filtration/heating cycle turns on pump 1. An automatic five minute blow-out function also activates pump 2 for a period of five minutes to flush all lines. Then, after five minutes, pump 2 turns off and pump 1 continues to operate for the duration of the cycle. Note: This function only occurs during the first filtration/heating cycle each day. Maintain Healthy Spa Water Always maintain your spas water chemistry within the following parameters as defined by the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals/USA: pH Free Chlorine Free Bromine Total Alkalinity Calcium Hardness
7.4-7.6 3.0-4.0 ppm 2.0-4.0 ppm 100-120 ppm 150-250 ppm
TO DECREASE RISK OF INFECTION OR DISEASE! Always maintain your spas filter as outlined below to ensure healthy spa water. Refer page 36 Water Quality Maintenance for additional information. Required Filter Maintenance Your new spa is equipped with an advanced water filtration system that provides unsurpassed water quality! To ensure maximum water quality at all times, you should clean both filter cartridges every month, or earlier as necessary. See page 30 for detailed filter cartridge cleaning/replacement instructions. Required Water Replacement ! TO DECREASE RISK OF INFECTION OR DISEASE! You should
replace the spas water every 3 months. The frequency depends on a number of variables including frequency of use, number of users, and attention paid to water quality maintenance. You will know it is time for a change when you cannot control sudsing and/or you can no longer get the normal feel or sparkle to the water, even though the key water balance measurements are all within the proper parameters. See page 36 for additional information.
2010 by Jacuzzi Hot Tubs. All Rights Reserved

Table of Contents

1.0 2.0 3.0

3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 4.1 4.2

J-300 Series J-300 Series
Important Spa Owner Information1 FCC Notice1 Important Safety Instructions for all Spa Owners2
Entrapment Risk 6 Hyperthermia 7 Important Additional CSA Safety Instructions (Canada Only) 8 General Electrical Safety Instructions 8 Outdoor Location 10 Indoor Location 10

Choosing A Location9

5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0

9.1 9.2

General Electrical Safety Instructions12 Power Requirements12 Electrical Wiring Instructions15 Spa Fill Up Procedure18 Control Functions23
Control Panel 23 General Spa Features And Controls 24 Setting Water Temperature 25 Activate Jet Pumps 25 Light On/Off Button 26 Light Mode Button 26 Jets 26 Selecting Desired Massage Action 27 Waterfall Feature 27 Air Controls 27 Optional Audio System (J-335 to J-375) 27 Standard Filtration/Heating Modes (F0-F3) 28 Economy Filtration/Heating Modes (F4-F6) 28 Lock Modes (L1-L2) 28 Selecting The Filtration/Heating Mode 28
10.0 Operating Instructions25
10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 10.7 10.8 10.9 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4
11.0 Automatic Filtration Cycles28

12.0 Spa Maintenance30

12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4
Cleaning The Filters 30 Draining and Refilling 33 Pillow Care 34 Cleaning The Spa Interior 34

12.5 12.6 12.7 12.8

J-300 Series
Maintaining the Cover 34 Maintaining The Synthetic Cabinet 34 Winterizing 35 Restarting Your Spa in Cold Weather 36
13.0 Water Quality Maintenance36
13.1 pH Control 36 13.2 Sanitizing 37 13.3 CD Ozone Water Maintenance System 37
14.0 Error Conditions/Error Messages38
14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5
Summer Logic 38 Panel Displays COL 38 Panel Displays ICE 38 Panel Displays SNPanel Displays SNPanel Flashes FL1 or FLPanel Displays OH 39 Panel Displays (- - -) 39 None of the Components Operate (e.g. Pump, Light) 40 Pump Does Not Operate But Light Does 40 Poor Jet Action 40 Water is Too Hot 40 No Heat 41
15.0 Troubleshooting Procedures40
16.0 Circuit Board Diagrams 42
16.1 North American J-335, J-345, J-355, J-365 and J-375 Dedicated Power Models (60 Hz) 42 16.2 North American J-315 and J-325 Convertible Power Models (60 Hz) 43 16.3 Export J-335, J-345, J-355, J-365 and J-375 Models (50 Hz) 44 16.4 Export J-315 and J-325 Models (50 Hz) 45
17.0 Optional Stereo Receiver Functions46

7. ! WARNING: Risk of Severe Injury or Death! Prolonged immersion in a spa may be injurious to your health. Observe a reasonable time limit when using the spa. Exposures at higher temperatures can cause high body temperature (over-heating). Symptoms may include dizziness, nausea, fainting, drowsiness, and reduced awareness. These effects could possibly result in drowning or serious injury. Never use a spa immediately following strenuous exercise. Enter and exit the spa slowly. Wet surfaces can be slippery. 8.
WARNING: To Decrease Risk of Infection or Disease! To reduce the risk of contracting a waterborne illness (e.g. an infection, bacteria or virus) and/or respiratory ailments, maintain water chemistry within the parameters listed on the inside cover of this manual and consult with a licensed engineer regarding proper ventilation if installed indoors or in an enclosed area. People with infectious diseases should not use a spa to avoid water contamination, which could result in spreading infections to others. Always shower before and after using your spa. Maintain water chemistry in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Failure to do so may result in contracting a waterborne illness (e.g. an infection, bacteria or virus).
9. CAUTION: To DECREASE Risk of Product Damage. Maintain water chemistry in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Proper chemical maintenance of spa water is necessary to maintain safe water and prevent possible damage to spa components. 10.NOTE: This spa is not intended nor designed to be used in a commercial or public application. The spa buyer shall determine whether there are any code restrictions on the use or installation of this spa since local code requirements vary from one locality to another.
Hot Tub Safety Literature
To ensure you have a safe and enjoyable hot tub experience, learn all you can about hot tub safety and emergency procedures. Especially useful are the brochures listed below: Children Arent Waterproof Pool and Spa Emergency Procedures For Infants and Children Layers of Protection The Sensible Way to Enjoy Your Spa or Hot Tub The Association of Pool and Spa Professionals publishes these brochures. To acquire a brochure: Ask your hot tub dealer (they may have copies) Go to http://apsp.org Conduct your own search on the internet Write to the following address: The Association of Pool and Spa Professionals 2111 Eisenhower Avenue Alexandria VA 22314 703.838.0083
3.1Entrapment Risk The Consumer Products Safety Commission/USA has reported that users of pools and spas have become entrapped (stuck) to drain and/or suction fittings causing death, drowning, or serious injury (see diagram below). This spa was manufactured to meet the standards and specifications outlined in the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act (VGB Safety Act). Entrapment risk can be minimized if proper precautions are taken.

DANGER: To DECREASE the risk of shock, product damage or electrical fire. 120V Plug-in Operation: This spa must operate on the supplied 10 foot (3m) GFCI cord at its original length or must be hard-wired for longer runs. NEVER USE AN EXTENSION CORD FOR ANY REASON! Convertible 120/240V Operation: The included 120V GFCI cord must be discarded for 240V operation. This spa must be hard wired. Supplying power to either configuration above which is not in accordance with these instructions will void both the independent testing agency listing and the manufacturers warranty.
2. Dedicated 240V models must be permanently connected (hardwired) to the power supply. No plug-in connections or extension cords are to be used in conjunction with the operation of this spa. Supplying power to the spa which is not in accordance with these instructions will void both the independent testing agency listing and the manufacturers warranty. 3. The power supplied to this spa must be a dedicated circuit with no other appliances or lights sharing the power provided by the circuit. 4. To determine the current, voltage and wire size required, refer to Section 6.0 Power Requirements (page 12). Wire size must be appropriate per NEC/USA and/or local codes. We recommend type THHN wire. All wiring must be copper to ensure proper connections. Do not use aluminum wire. 5. When using wire larger than #6 (10 mm), add a junction box near the spa and reduce to short lengths of #8 (8.4 mm) wire to connect to the spa. 6. 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/USA,
ANSI/NFPA 70. The disconnecting means must be readily accessible to the spas occupant but installed at least 5 feet (1.5m) from spa water.
7. The electrical circuit supplied for the spa must include a suitable ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) as required by NEC/USA Article 680-42. 8. To gain access to the spas power terminal block, remove the screws securing the synthetic cabinet panel under the control panel (Figure A). Then remove the four control box door screws and door (Figure B). 9. Select the power supply inlet you want to use (Figure A). Feed power cable to control box, then install it through the large opening provided in the bottom side of the box. 10. Connect wires, color to color, on terminal blocks TB1 and TB3 (Figure C, page 17). TIGHTEN SECURELY! All wires must be hooked up securely or damage could result. 11. Install control box door and screws and reinstall the cabinet side panels. Figure A Equipment Area

8. Place Cover On Spa Keeping the insulating cover in place anytime the spa is not in use will reduce the time required for heating, thereby minimizing operating costs. The time required for initial heat-up will vary depending on the starting water temperature.
DANGER: Risk of PERSONAL injury. Check water temperature carefully before entering hot tub! Excessive water temperature can cause burns, welts and body temperature to rise, hyperthermia (over-heating).
Decontamination Procedure (Steps 9-16) Steps 9-16 below are only required when sanitizer levels are unstable after performing steps 1-6 above. Disregard steps 9-16 below if sanitizer levels remain stable at 3.0-4.0 ppm chlorine or 2.0-4.0 ppm bromine after performing steps 1-6. 9. Add 2.5 ounces of sodium dichlor for every 100 gallons of water. Refer to the table below for approximate water fill volume by model.
CAUTION: Risk of PERSONAL injury OR SPA DAMAGE! Never add chlorine tablets (trichlor) or acid to your hot tub for any reason! These chemical may damage components within your hot tub, burn or irritate your skin, create a rash, and void the manufacturer warranty for your spa.
Water Fill Volume by Model Spa Model J-375 J-365 J-355 J-345 J-335 J-325 J-315 Approximate Fill Volume 530 US Gallons (2,006 Liters) 500 US Gallons (1,893 Liters) 485 US Gallons (1,836 Liters) 458 US Gallons (1,734 Liters) 453 US Gallons (1,715 Liters) 430 US Gallons (1,628 Liters) 274 US Gallons (1,037 Liters) Sodium Dichlor 13.5 oz 12.5 oz 12.0 oz 11.5 oz 11.5 oz 11.0 oz 7.0 oz
10. Leave spa cover open during this step to allow excessive chemical vapors to exit spa, protecting pillows and plastic knobs from chemical attack. If spa is indoors, open doors and windows for proper ventilation. Turn on all jet pumps for one hour, then place the massage selector knob in the center combo position and open all air controls. Note: You will need to press the jets pump button(s) every 20 minutes since these functions have an automatic 20 minute time-out function that turns them off.
WARNING: risk of PERSONAL INJURY!
To decrease the risk of injury, drowning or entrapment, never leave your hot tub unattended for any reason while the cover is open and accessible, especially to small children and animals! Precautions should be taken to minimize your exposure to chemical vapors (that could cause lung, brain, or skin damage).
11. Turn off power to the spa at the circuit breaker, then drain spa as outlined in Section 12.2 Draining And Refilling (page 33). 12. Fill spa until water covers all jets but does not touch the bottom of the lowest headrest. DO NOT OVERFILL. CAUTION: TO DECREASE BUILD UP ON COMPONENTS AND MINIMIZE ACRYLIC DAMAGE. Never fill with water from a water softener. If your water is extremely hard, it is preferable to fill half-way with hard water and the rest of the way with softened water. You may fill entirely with hard water if you use a special water additive available from your Jacuzzi dealer. 13. Consult your authorized Jacuzzi dealer for chemical recommendations, then add chemicals to spa water to achieve a constant sanitizer reading within the levels recommended by the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals/USA printed on the inside cover of this manual. 14. Turn on all jet pumps when adding chemicals to ensure proper mixing and leave your spa cover open until the sanitizer level falls below 4.0 ppm to protect pillows and plastic knobs from chemical attack.

VA CITAUQA 3-FR-QA

J-300 Series 11.0Automatic Filtration Cycles
Your new spa includes a 24-hour circulation pump which filters the water continuously. The circulation pump draws water through the skimmer bag and one of two filter cartridges to effectively remove small debris in your spa. Note: The 24-hour circulation pump system also supplies heated water to the spa when the heater turns on. The pump is not programmable. The control system activates a programmable standard or economy filtration/heating cycle to remove larger debris missed by the 24-hour circulation pump filtration system. These cycles utilize pump #1 low speed and the second filter cartridge to quickly skim the water of large debris and minimize their bath-tub ring effect. Apart from their skimming benefit, each mode also effects the operation of your spas heater. Refer to Sections 11.1 and 11.2 below for additional information. 11.1Standard Filtration/Heating Modes (F0-F3) Standard filtration/heating modes are typically selected by customers in cold climates where heat up times are extended due to lower ambient temperatures. In these modes, the water temperature is regulated by the set temperature, 24-hour circulation pump, and heater which turns on as needed. After the programmed set temperature is reached, the heater turns off and the circulation pump continues to operate 24-hours to filter and clean your spa unless in summer logic; see Section 14.1, page 38. 11.2Economy Filtration/Heating Modes (F4-F6) Economy filtration/heating modes are typically selected by customers in warm climates where heat up times are minimized due to higher ambient temperatures. In these modes, the water temperature is regulated by the set temperature, 24-hour circulation pump, and heater only while a programmed filter cycle is running (unless in summer logic; see Section 14.1, page 38). 11.3Lock Modes (L1-L2) These modes are designed for use during spa service or to prevent unauthorized use. 11.4Selecting The Filtration/Heating Mode Press and hold both control panel WARMER ( ) and COOLER ( ) buttons at the same time, then release. Then press either WARMER ( ) or COOLER ( ) button to select filtration/heating mode F0-F6 or lock modes L1-L2 below:
Standard Filtration/Heating Modes Fminutes of filtration per day (one 5 minute Blow-Out cycle every 24 hours to purge all plumbing lines) Fhour of filtration per day (one 30-minute cycle every 12 hours); This is the factory default setting. F2 1.5 hours of filtration per day (one 30-minute cycle every 8 hours) Fhours of filtration per day (one 30-minute cycle every 6 hours) Economy Filtration/Heating Modes Fhour of filtration/heating per day (one 30-minute cycle every twelve hours) F5 1.5 hours of filtration/heating per day (one 30-minute cycle every eight hours) Fhours of filtration/heating per day (one 30-minute cycle every six hours)

Periodically, the filter cartridge will need a more thorough cleaning to remove imbedded oils and minerals. For this, we suggest cleaning as illustrated in step F, followed by soaking the filter overnight in a plastic container filled with a solution of water and specially formulated filter cleanser available from your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. The average life expectancy of each filter is approximately two years with proper care and water quality maintenance. Replacement cartridges may be purchased from your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. 12.2 Draining and Refilling About every 3 months, you will want to replace the spas water. The frequency depends on a number of variables including the amount of use, attention paid to water quality maintenance, etc. You will know it is time for a change when you cannot control sudsing and/or you can no longer get the normal feel or sparkle to the water even though the key water balance measurements are all within the proper parameters. CAUTION! READ THIS BEFORE DRAINING: To prevent damage to the spas components, turn off power to the spa at the circuit breaker before draining it. Do not turn the power back on until your spa has been refilled. CAUTION: There are certain precautions to keep in mind when draining your spa. If it is extremely cold, and the spa is outdoors, freezing could occur in the lines or the equipment, see WINTERIZING (page 35). On the other hand, if it is hot outdoors, do not leave the spas surface exposed to direct sunlight. To drain your spa, perform the following steps: 1. Turn off power to spa. 1. Turn off power to spa at breaker. 2. Locate the drain valve on the front/lower plastic 2. pan. Hold the larger (rear) body to prevent it from turning, then loosen and remove the 3. front cap to expose the underlying male hose threads. Unlock 3. Attach a garden hose to the exposed threads. 4. Drain 4. Gently rotate the larger (rear) valve body 1/3 turn counterclockwise to unlock the drain valve. 5. Pull the larger (rear) body outward to open drain. 5. 6. After the spa drains, perform steps 2-5 in Open Drain reverse order to close the drain prior to refilling the spa. After refilling, turn on power to the spa and follow the steps listed under Spa Fill Up Procedure (page 18). Always fill your spa through both filter wall fittings.
12.3Pillow Care Remove and clean the headrest pillows as needed with soapy water using a cloth or soft-bristle brush. Always remove the pillows when adding chemical shock treatment to the spa water. When the sanitizer reading is below 4.0 ppm, pillows can be reinstalled.
CAUTION: Never attempt to remove the pillows by pulling on the complete assembly! The pillows utilize a bolt-on design that prohibits removal without tools.
To remove pillows: 1. Grasp pillow insert (A) with finger tips and gently pry outward from pillow base (C). 2. Use a standard screwdriver to loosen and remove mounting bolts (B) from pillow base. 3. Assemble in reverse order after cleaning. DONOT overtighten pillow mounting bolts! 12.4 Cleaning The Spa Interior To preserve the sheen of your spas surface, it is crucial that you avoid using abrasive cleaners or cleaners which have adverse chemical effect on the surface. If you are not certain as to the suitability of a particular cleanser, consult your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. Regardless of the cleanser used, use extreme care to assure that no soap residue is left on the surface. This could cause severe sudsing when the spa is refilled. 12.5Maintaining the Cover Using the Jacuzzi insulating spa cover anytime the spa is not in use will significantly reduce your operating costs, heat-up time and maintenance requirements. To prolong the life of the cover, handle it with care and clean it regularly using mild soap and water. Periodic treatments with a special conditioner developed for Jacuzzi spa covers will help protect against deterioration caused by UV rays from the sun. Never allow anyone to stand or sit on the cover, and avoid dragging it across rough surfaces. 12.6 Maintaining The Synthetic Cabinet Your new spas synthetic cabinet requires little or no maintenance of any kind. To clean, simply wipe cabinet with a clean towel and mild soap solution.

J-300 Series 14.0Error Conditions/Error Messages
Your spa has a self-diagnostic control system. The system will automatically display the following if a problem is detected. 14.1Summer Logic When the actual spa water temperature reaches 2 F (1 C) above the set temperature, the spa goes into summer logic. The 24-hour circulation pump will turn off automatically to avoid adding additional heat to the water, eventually creating an overheat condition. This setting is not user-programmable. Note: Summer logic does not take effect until the spa water temperature reaches 95 F (35 C). This condition is more likely in excessively hot weather. Remember, the spas ability to cool is directly affected by the ambient temperature. An excessively hot ambient temperature may prevent the spa from cooling down because its fully insulated construction is designed to retain heat and minimize operating costs. 14.2Panel Displays COL Cool Condition - Temperature has dropped 20 F (11 C) below the current set temperature. Jets pump 1 and the heater have been activated to bring the temperature within 15 F (8 C) of the set temperature. No corrective action is required! Note: This condition is common during first time fill ups or during refills since tap water is often very cold. 14.3Panel Displays ICE Freeze Protection - A potential freeze condition has been detected. No action is required. Jets Pump 1 and heater will activate to circulate and warm water through the plumbing until spa is out of danger. See Winterizing (page 35). 14.4Panel Displays SN1 Open sensor (heater is disabled) or shorted sensor (spa is deactivated). The high-limit temperature sensor is not functioning. Contact your authorized Jacuzzi dealer or qualified service technician. 14.5Panel Displays SN2 Open or shorted sensor (heater disabled). The temperature sensor is not functioning. Contact your authorized Jacuzzi dealer or qualified service technician.
14.6 Panel Flashes FL1 or FL2 A flashing FL1 display means the flow switch is malfunctioning open, the filter cartridge is excessively dirty or an air lock condition has occurred at the circulation pump intake. A flashing FL2 display means the flow switch is malfunctioning closed. In either case, the spa heater will deactivate and jets pump #1 may also deactivate. To correct condition perform the following: 1. Verify water level is above all jets but below lowest pillow. Add water if necessary. 2. Check for clogged or dirty filter cartridge (sec. 12.1, page 30). 3. Purge air lock from circulation pump intake by removing filter cartridge. Hold your garden hose over the filter cartridge wall fitting while using a rag as a seal around hose end. Ask a helper to turn on water for 30 seconds, then turn off. Reinstall filter cartridge and check spa (sec. 12.1, page 30). 4. If the circulation pump is not running, turn power off at the main breaker, then turn power back on. This will reset the circulation pump priming cycle. Once the pump is primed, the error should clear. 5. If problem persists, contact your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. 14.7Panel Displays OH

1. Remove and discard the factory installed GFCI Cord (US only, all Canadian spas must be hard wired). K1
Temperature Sensor J2 J3 Flow Switch Hi-limit/Freeze Sensor
X W 12 VAC From Transformer

Ozonator (Optional)

2. Move RED* wire from TB1 position #1 to TB1 position #3 as shown below. K2 K3 K4

Transformer 120 VAC

BLK J14 J4

Circ. Pump J16

12VAC Output to Waterfall Light/ Footwell Light Controller
3. Permanently connect to the power supply. Use copper conductors ONLY. Wire size must be appropriate per NEC and/or local codes.

K5 K7 K8

J15 J5 J17 Heater IN J7 J8 Heater OUT J9 J10
WHT RED Main Pump HI RED BLK RED BLK
4. If hot tub is to be operated on 30A service, make sure the jumper provided at location JP1 #1&2 on the circuit board is installed. If hot tub is to be operated on 40A service, remove the jumper JP1 #1&2 on the circuit board.

RED* BLK

F1 20A BLK 250V SC-20 RED BLK
TB1 Standard 120 VAC 3-Wire Connection
Heater 1.0 kW @ 120 VAC 4.0 kW @ 240 VAC
(60 Hz, 1 Phase, 15 A Service)
16.2North American J-315 and J-325 Convertible Power Models (60 Hz) This wiring diagram is used for all North American 120/240V 60 Hz convertible power models. Note: Optional 120/240 VAC 4-wire connection enhances heater output from 1kW to 4kW.

GRN WHT BLK RED

GRN WHT BLK
Use copper conductors ONLY. Wire size must be appropriate per NEC and/or local codes (All Canadian spas must be hard wired per CSA).
16.3Export J-335, J-345, J-355, J-365 and J-375 Models (50 Hz) This wiring diagram is used for all Export 230 VAC 50 Hz spa models.
Logic Jumper Settings (Factory Defaults Shown) JP1 1-2 ON = 20A Logic JP1 1-2 OFF = 30A Logic JP1 3-4 ON = 2 Pump Operation JP1 3-4 OFF = 1 Pump Operation JP1 5-6 ON = 40A Logic (Remove JP1 1-2 Jumper) JP1 5-6 OFF = Leave Off for 20A or 30A Logic JP1 7-8 ON = Celsius Temperature Display JP1 7-8 OFF = Fahrenheit Temperature Display
OZONATOR (optional) K2 J2

K3 J3 K4

K6 K7 K8
BRN J5 JBLU BRN BLU JJF1 20A, 250V SC-20

BLU J6

Heater 2.7 kW @ 230 VAC
Optional Stereo And Power Supply

BLU BRN

230 VAC 3-Wire Connection (50Hz, 1-Phase Service) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. WIRE SIZE MUST BE APPROPRIATE PER NEC AND/OR LOCAL CODES

Light DCU X W

as a strong station is found. In CD mode, pressing this button will advance the CD down to the previous track, the track number is shown on the display panel. Simply press and hold the button to rewind through a track. CD play starts when the button is released.
23. Displaying information: When a retail music CD is inserted, the disc will begin to play. The following information will be displayed: CD track no./Playtime When a CD containing MP3 files is inserted, the display will change modes as follows: Track no./Playtime Folder name File name Song name Artists name Album name The system can only display the first 8 letters of ID3 tags. If the recorded information is longer than 8 letters, text will scroll to the left once, then the 8 first letters will be displayed. If specific info has not been recorded on an MP3 disc, NO FOLD, NO TRK, NO TLT, NO ALBM, NO ART will display.
24. Playback Order of CD with MP3 Files: A directory that does not include an MP3 file is skipped. We recommend that you make no more than two levels for each disc. Maximum number of folders: 255 Maximum number of folder levels: 8 Maximum number of characters for MP3 file name and folder name: 32 Sampling frequency: (32 kHz 44.1 kHz for WMA) and (16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48kHz for MP3) Bit rates: 32-320 Kbps MP3 decoding format: MPEG 1, 2 & 2.5 Audio Layer 3 Folder names and file names can be displayed with up to 11 characters. The characters A-Z, 0-9 can be displayed on this unit, other characters may not be displayed correctly. ID3 tag is supported. 25. Reading MP3 files from a disc: When a disc containing MP3 data is loaded, the unit checks all the data on the disc. If the disc contains numerous folders with many levels or non-MP3/WMA files, it takes a longer time to start playback. In addition, it may take time for the unit to move to the next MP3 file and the fast forward function may not be performed smoothly. Loading such a media may produce loud noise and cause damage to the speakers. When selected to play, files and
folders are accessed in order in which they were written by the CD writer. Therefore, the playing order may not be the same as the order in which they are expected. For example, a disc with the following folder/file hierarchy is subject to folder select, file select and play back order as illustrated on page 55. Note: Do not attempt to play a media containing a non-MP3/WMA file with the the MP3/WMA extension or a media containing non MP3/WMA files. 17.2Stereo Audio Receiver Specifications Tuner FM tuning Range...87.5-107.9 MHz FM Signal-to-Noise... 80 dB. Stereo Separation.... 45 dB Capture Ratio... 2.0 dB AM tuning Range... 530.1-710 kHz. Usable Sensitivity (IEC Standard).. 22.5/27.0 (v/dBf) General Power...DC 11.5 -14.4V Pre Output Voltage... 5V Current Consumption.. < 15A Stand-By-Mode.... < 1A Maximum Mounting Angle.. 30 from horizontal Fuse... 15-Amp Mini ATM Type

17.3 CD/MP3/WMA folder/file hierarchy When selected for play, folder search, file search or folder select, files and folders are accessed in the order in which they were written. Because of this, the order in which they are expected to be played may not match the order in which they are actually played. For example, a media with the following folder/file hierarchy is subject to folder search, file search or folder select as shown below. An outline of a media with MP3/WMA is shown below. Subfolders are shown as folders in the folder currently selected.

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4
001.MP3 002.MP3 003.MP3 004.MP009.MP3

NOT DISPLAY

Folder
The equipment assigns folder numbers. The user cannot assign folder numbers. It is not possible to check folders that do not include MP3/ WMA files. (These folders will be skipped without displaying the folder number and name)
010.MP3 011.MP012.MP3 013.MP3 014.MP015.MP3 016.MP3

017.MP3

019.MP3 020.MP3

018.MP3

005.MP3

09 021.MP3 022.MP3

03 006.MP3 007.MP3 008.MP3

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A. CD/MP3/WMA File/folder play 1. There are three different play methods as following: Press the M2 button more than 3 seconds during playing an MP3/ WMA disc for intro play to all files of the current folder. Intro play should restart from the first song of the current folder, after all files in the current files have been intro-played. To disable current folder intro play, long press M2 button more than 3 seconds. Press the M2 button less than 3 seconds is intro play to all files on the disc. Intro play should re-start at the very first file of the disc after all files in the disc has been intro played. To disable all files intro play, press M2 button less than 3 seconds. 2. File/Folder Repeat play : Press the M3 button more than 3 seconds during playing MP3/WMA disc for repeat play for all files of the current folder and keep on repeat playing the current folder until repeat play is disabled. To disable current folder repeat play, long press M3 button more than 3 seconds. Press the M3 button less than 3 seconds to repeat play the current file and keep on repeat playing the current file until the repeat play is disabled. To disable current file repeat play, press M3 button less than 3 seconds. 3. File/Folder Random play: Press the M4 button more than 3 seconds during playing MP3/WMA disc to random play for all files of the current folder. To disable current folder random play, long press M4 button more than 3 seconds. Press the M4 button less than 3 seconds is random play to all files on the disc. To disable all file random play, press M4 button less than 3 seconds. B. CD/MP3/WMA File or Folder Search 1. Folder/Files Navigate Searching Press the BAND button. The LCD will display "Navigate", and the illumination around the select knob will blink. Rotate the knob to navigate through all folders and sub-folders on the disc. The folder names will be displayed on the LCD. Press the select knob for more than three seconds to play the first file in the folder. Press the select knob for less than three seconds to access the sub-folders or files. Rotate the select knob to navigate, then press the select knob to confirm and begin file play. During navigation search, press AS/PS or rotate the select knob counter-clockwise to move back to the last upper level of a folder.

C. ID3 information display For any MP3/WMA file recording with ID3 Tag information. The ID3 information such like Album title, Track title, Artist Title will be displayed and automatic scrolling through the LCD while the file is playing. User also allows pressing the AS/PS button repeatedly to view the ID3 tag information manually.
DESCRIPTION FOLDER ICON FILE ICON TRACK ICON ARTIST ICON ALBUM ICON
17.4Stereo Audio Receiver Troubleshooting Before going through the check list, check wiring connection. If any of the problems persist after check list has been made, consult your nearest service dealer. Symptom

No power

The fuse is blown Presence of CD disc inside the player

Solution

Replace the fuse Remove the disc in the player, then put a new one Insert the compact disc with the label facing upward Clean the disc or try to play a new one Leave the player to off for an hour or so, then try again Adjust volume to a desired level Check wiring connection Press the RESET button. Front panel is not properly fixed into its place
Disc cannot be loaded or ejected
Inserting the disc in reverse direction Compact disc is extremely dirty or defective disc Condensation Volume is in minimum
No sound The operation keys do not work
Wiring is not properly connected The built-in microcomputer is not operating properly due to noise
Sound skips. The radio does not work. The radio station automatic selection does not work. ERROR The installation angle is more than 30 degrees The disc is extremely dirt or defective disc The antenna cable is not connected The signals are too weak Adjust the installation angle to less than 30 degrees Clean the compact disc. Then try to play a new one Insert the antenna cable firmly Select a station manually Press the eject button to correct the problem. If the error code does not disappear, consult your nearest service dealer Replace the disc
Mechanism Error Maybe disc dirty/disc scratched/disc upside down

Disc Error

17.5Standard Wireless Remote Control Functions A remote control is supplied on all spas with the optional audio system. This remote provides control over some of the radio and CD playback functions.

AUDIO SEL 4

A. External MP3 Playback The supplied remote control provides no control over external iPod/MP3 player operation of any kind with the exception of volume control and source selection. All external iPod/MP3 playback operations are performed solely by the iPod/MP3 player.

TOP BAND

SEARCH

AQUATIC AV AQ-RF-3

Wireless Remote Control Command Summary Button Operation LED Light Button: Press and hold to activate white LED light. (The light only illuminates, it has no function). Mode Button: Press continuously to switch between Stereo, CD and Aux modes. Volume Button: Used to increase volume level, between 0 to 46. Volume Button: Used to decrease volume level between 46 to 0. Button Operation Mute Button: Press once to turn sound off (the word "MUTE" appears on the screen), press again to reactivate sound (the word "MUTE" will disappear from the screen).
Menu Button: Controls most of the stereo performance functions.
Top Button: No Function Power Button: Press once to turn power on to the radio, press again to turn radio off.
Seek/Track Down Button: In CD mode: Press to rewind tracks or press and hold to do a fast rewind. In radio mode: Seeks down for stations. Seek/Track Up Button: In CD mode: Press to move forward tracks or press and hold to do a fast forward. In radio mode: Seeks up for stations.

AUDIO SEL

Play/Pause Button: Press once to pause track, press again to resume.
Band/Search Button: In radio mode: Switches bands between FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, and AM2.
Audio/Select Button: Controls most of the stereo sound functions.
B. Bonding the Remote and Stereo If your remote does not operate the stereo, you may need to bond them by pressing on of the following methods: Press and hold the MUTE button for 5 seconds or; Press the four buttons MODE, MUTE, BAND/SEARCH, and TOP buttons at the corners one by on clockwise. This must be completed within two seconds.
17.6Optional iPod/MP3 Player Connection A. Connecting Your iPod/MP3 Player 1. Plug in the iPod/MP3 Player (purchased separately) with supplied mini RCA cable into the auxiliary port (Figure A). 2. Plug the other end of the supplied cable into the phone jack connection on the iPod/MP3 Player (Figure B).

Figure A

Figure B
B. Enabling iPod/MP3 Player for use 1. Select preferred song/album/play list and start playback prior to plugging in iPod/MP3 Player. 2. Press the "Mode" button on stereo receiver or the mode button on the remote until the display reads "AUX". C. Operating iPod/MP3 Player All playback operations are conducted via the iPod/MP3 Player. The Stereo Deck and/or Stereo Remote functions do not work on the external iPod/MP3 Player (except volume control). CAUTION: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE! Never install, remove or operate iPod/MP3 Player while hands are wet or while sitting partially or fully immersed in spa!

17.7Wireless Remote Battery Replacement Procedure 1. Turn the remote unit over and locate the battery door (Figure A).

Fig. A

CLOSED OPEN

Battery Door

2. Rotate the battery door, with a coin, counterclockwise until the dot aligns with the Open arrow (Figure B).

Fig. B

3. Remove battery door using coin to pry the door upward (Figure C).

Fig. C

4. Replace battery using CR2430 or equivalent (Figure D).

LITHIUM BATTERY

CR2430 3V

Fig. D

5. Reinstall the battery cover, using the coin to close (Figure E).

Fig. E

Note: Remote unit is water resistant not waterproof, therefore the unit should be stored in a dry location within your home and never be left in the spa while the cover is on and spa is not in use.

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ADDENDUM - Jacuzzi Hot Tubs
The control panel buttons and display symbols on some hot tubs has recently changed. This page replaces sections 8.1 and 8.2 in specified owners manuals and has been provided to simplify setup and operation of your new hot tub! ADDENDUM:
This text replaces section 8.1 in all Jacuzzi 300 LCD Series Owners manuals. 8.1 Control Panel

C B A D E

ADDENDUM:
This text replaces section 8.2 in all Jacuzzi 300 and 400 LCD Series Owners manuals. 8.2 Display Symbols

AM PM STANDARD

STANDARD
*Display shown for example purposes only, actual water temperature will vary.
= Lock: Indicates panel, set temperature, or filter cycle programming is locked. = Heat: Indicates heater is on. = Ozone: Indicates optional CD ozonator is on. = Adjust Filter Cycle: Indicates filter cycle programming feature is accessed. = Filter Cycle Number: Indicates which programmed filter cycle is running. = Filter Cycle: Indicates programmed filter cycle is running. = Filter Cycle Start Time: Indicates filter cycle start time programming is accessed. = Filter Cycle Duration: Indicates filter cycle duration programming is accessed. = Set Temperature: Indicates the current set temperature is displayed. = Set Time: Indicates current time is displayed. = Filter Annunicator: Indicates filter cleaning and/or replacement. = Light: Indicates light is on. = Jets 1: Indicates jets pump 1 is on. = Jets 2: Indicates jets pump 2 is on.
A. Select Button: Filter cycle programming features. B. Cycle Button: Accesses filter cycle program mode and next cycle. C. Mode Button: Switches between standard and economy skimming/heating modes sections. D. Display Button: Displays time of day and initiates time setting and locking functions. E. Invert Button: Inverts the main 4-digit LCD display. F. Warmer (+) and Cooler (-) Buttons: These buttons display, increase or decrease the temperature setting. They also display other programmable features. G. Light Button: Controls the spa light. H. Jets 1 Button: Controls the 2-speed jets pump #1 (Low, High, Off). I. Jets 2 Button: Controls jets pump 2&3 as follows: In J-355/J-365/J-375 Models: It controls high-speed jets pump #2 (On, Off). In J-385 Models: It controls high-speed jets pump 2&3 (On, Off)
= Mode: Indicates selected filter mode. Note: No icon means Economy mode is selected.

2530-249, Rev.A

Transformer 230 VAC J20 J21 K1 J12 K2 K3 J4

Control Panel

RN J14 J16

K4 J11 F1 K5 J13 J5

K7 Heater IN J17 J7 BLU J8 BRN
K8 Heater OUT J9 BLU J10 BRN

J6 BLK BRN

Main Pump
LCD Series Hot Tub Owners Manual J-355TM, J-365TM, J-375TM, J-385TM Models

6530-358, Rev. B

230 VAC, 3-Wire Connection USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. WIRE SIZE MUST

Attention New Spa Owner!

Congratulations on the purchase of your new Jacuzzi spa! The following is a list of automated functions performed by your spa. These functions are listed below in an attempt to suppress any operational concerns you may have during the first 24-hours of ownership! Also listed below are important maintenance recommendations you should observe on a regular basis to protect your new investment. Automated Operations Your new spa is equipped with an automated blow-out cycle that clears all plumbing lines daily to promote maximum water sanitation. Each day at 12:00 PM (noon), pump 2 automatically turns on for a period of one minute, then goes off. Then pump 1 will turn on and run for one minute to complete the blow-out cycle. Be aware, the factory programmed blow-out cycle cannot be canceled or altered! Maintain Healthy Spa Water Always maintain your spas water chemistry within the following parameters as defined by the Association of Pool And Spa Professionals/USA:

12.0 Programming Instructions.. 29 12.1 Adjusting Time of Day... 29. 12.2 Changing Skimming/Heating Cycles.. 29
12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 15.0 16.0 17.0 18.0 19.0 20.0 21.0 22.0
Programming The Filter Change Reminder.. 30. Programming Circulation Pump Run Time.. 31 Locking Skimming/Heating Cycles.. 32 Panel Lock.. 32 Temperature Setting Lock.. 32 Spa Maintenance.. 33. Cleaning The Filters... 33. Draining and Refilling.. 35. Cleaning The Spa Interior.. 36. Pillow Care... 37. Maintaining The Cover.. 37. Maintaining The Cabinet... 37 Winterizing.. 38 Restarting Your Spa in Cold Weather.. 39. Water Quality Maintenance.. 39 pH Control... 39. Sanitizing... 39 Optional CD Ozone Water Maintenance System. 40 Summer Logic... 40. Troubleshooting - Display Messages.. 41 Troubleshooting - Procedures.. 43. Wiring Diagram (60Hz J-355/J-365/J-375 Models). 45 Wiring Diagram (60Hz J-385 Model).. 46. Wiring Diagram (50Hz J-355/J-365/J-375 Models). 47 Wiring Diagram (50Hz J-385 Model).. 48. Typical Spa Wiring Diagrams A-B (60Hz Models). 49. Optional Stereo Receiver - Features.. 50.
1.0 Important Spa Owner Information
Your Jacuzzi spa is constructed to the highest standards and is capable of providing many years of trouble-free use. However, because heat retentive materials are utilized to insulate the spa for efficient operation, an uncovered spa surface directly exposed to sunlight and high temperatures for an extended period is subject to permanent damage. Damage caused by exposing the spa to this abuse is not covered by warranty. We recommend that you always keep the spa full of water when it is exposed to direct sunlight and that you keep the Jacuzzi insulating cover in place at all times when the spa is not in use. Read and carefully follow the requirements for your spas support base found in the section 3.0 titled, Choosing A Location (page 8) or as prescribed by your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. Jacuzzi spas constantly strives to offer the finest spas available, therefore, modifications and enhancements may be made which affect the specifications, illustrations and/or instructions contained herein. FCC Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B Digital Device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1. Rearrange or relocate the receiving antenna; 2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver; 3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from the circuit connected; 4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. (Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for FCC compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment.)

3. Observe a reasonable time limit when using the spa. Long exposures at higher temperatures can cause high body temperature. Symptoms may include dizziness, nausea, fainting, drowsiness, and reduced awareness. These effects could possibly result in drowning. 4. Do not use the spa under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, or other drugs. Use of the spa under these conditions may lead to serious consequences. 5. Always test the spa water temperature before entering the spa. Enter and exit the spa slowly. Wet surfaces can be very slippery. 6. Never bring any electrical appliances into or near the spa. Never operate any electrical appliances from inside the spa or when you are wet unless such appliances are built-in by the manufacturer. 7. Proper chemical maintenance of spa water is necessary to maintain safe water and prevent possible damage to spa components. 8. Use the straps and clip tie downs to secure the cover when not in use. This will help to discourage unsupervised children from entering the spa and keep the spa cover secure in high-wind conditions. There is no representation that the cover, clip tie-downs, or actual locks will prevent access to the spa.

3.0 Choosing A Location

IMPORTANT: Because of the combined weight of the spa, water and users, it is extremely important that the base upon which the spa rests be smooth, flat, level and capable of uniformly supporting this weight, without shifting or settling, for the entire time the spa is in place. If the spa is placed on a surface which does not meet these requirements, damage to the skirt and/or the spa shell may result. Damage caused by improper support is not covered under warranty. It is the responsibility of the spa owner to assure the integrity of the support at all times. We recommend a poured, reinforced concrete slab with a minimum thickness of 4 inches (10cm). Wood decking is also acceptable provided it is constructed so that it meets the requirements outlined above. The spa must be installed in such a manner as to provide drainage away from the spa. Placing the spa in a depression without provisions for proper drainage could allow rain, overflow and other casual water to flood the equipment and create a wet condition in which it would sit. For spas which will be recessed into a floor or deck, install so as to permit access to the equipment, either from above or below, for servicing. Make certain that there are no obstructions which would prevent removal of the cabinet side panels and access to the jets components, especially on the side with the equipment bay doors. 3.1 Outdoor Location In selecting the ideal outdoor location for your spa, we suggest that you take into consideration: 1. The proximity to changing area and shelter (especially in areas subject to colder climates). 2. The pathway to and from your spa (this should be free of debris so that dirt and leaves are not easily tracked into the spa). 3. The closeness to trees and shrubbery (remember that leaves and birds could create extra work in keeping the spa clean). 4. A sheltered environment (less wind and weather exposure can result in lowered operation and maintenance costs). 5. The overall enhancement of your environment. It is preferable not to place the spa under an unguttered roof overhang since run-off water will shorten the life expectancy of the spa cover. Page

3.2 Indoor Location For indoor installations, be certain to make provisions for proper ventilation. When the spa is in use, considerable amounts of moisture will escape. This can damage certain surfaces over time. If you have any questions regarding the placement or installation of your spa, consult your authorized Jacuzzi dealer.
WARNING: In addition to maintenance of filters and water chemistry, proper ventilation is recommended to reduce the risk of exposure to viruses and bacteria that could be present in the air or water. Consult a licensed architect or building contractor to determine your specific needs if installing your spa indoors.
4.0 General Electrical Safety Instructions
Your new Jacuzzi spa is equipped with a state-of-the-art equipment system. It contains the most advanced safety and self-protective equipment in the industry. Nonetheless, this spa must be installed properly to insure dependable usage. Please contact your dealer or local building department should you have any questions regarding your installation. Proper grounding is extremely important. Jacuzzi spas are equipped with a current collector system. A pressure wire connector is provided on the surface of the control box, located outside the equipment door (Figure-B, page 13) to permit connection of a bonding wire between this point and any ground metal equipment, metal water pipe or conduit within 5 feet (1.5m) of the spa, or copper clad grounding rod buried within 5 feet (1.5m) of the spa. Bonding wire must be at least No. 8 AWG (8.4mm2) solid copper wire. This is a most important safety assurance feature. Before installing this spa, check with the local building department to insure installation conforms to local building codes.

5.0 Power Requirements

Jacuzzi spas are designed to provide optimum performance and flexibility of use when connected to the maximum electrical service as listed in the tables below. If you prefer, your Jacuzzi dealer can perform a minor circuit board modification to allow the spa to accept different electrical service. The operational considerations of these modifications are listed in the footnotes below.
US/Canada J-355/J-365/J-375 Models (60Hz)

repeatedly press the button to turn the light off or to select one of 6 constant colors illustrated below.
RANDOM OFF RED OFF GREEN OFF BLUE OFF ORANGE

Spa Light Sequence

VIOLET
You must press the LIGHT button within 5 seconds between each off or color step in the light sequence to prevent it from resetting. Pressing the button after 5 seconds restarts the sequence at Random mode. This mode automatically changes the light color every 8 to 20 seconds. Note: Any time the spa light is manually turned on, it will automatically turn off after approximately 1 hour. If you desire more light at this time, simply turn the light back on. 10.4 Activate Pump 1 The JETS 1 Button controls the 2-speed pump #1. Pressing this button cycles pump #1 from off, to low speed, to high speed, and back to off. 10.5 Activate Pump 2/Pump 3 On two pump J-355, J-365, J-375 models, the button labeled JETS 2 controls the high-speed jets pump #2. Pressing this button cycles jets pump #2 on and off. On the three pump J-385 models, this button controls both jets pump #2 and jets pump #3 in the following sequence: A. B. C. D. Press Press Press Press once to turn on jets pump #2 in high-speed; a second time to turn on jets pump #3 in high-speed; a third time to turn off pump #2; a fourth time to turn off pump #3.
Auto Turn Off Anytime a jets pump has been manually turned on, it will automatically turn off after approximately 20 minutes. If at this time you desire more jet operation you may simply turn the jets pump(s) back on.

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10.6 Selecting Desired Massage Action Your Jacuzzi spa is equipped to allow you to customize B C the massage action you desire. Each model incorporates a massage selector that allow you to customize the masA sage and performance by diverting water between various jet systems. Simply turn massage selector to position A (Combo), B, or C to divert water pressure to various jet groups. Note: The massage selector valve(s) is intended to operate in positions A (Combo), B, and C for optimum performance. It is considered normal for sound levels within the valve to vary between positions due to the large amounts of water flowing through it! For optimum filtration benefits, leave the valve in position A when spa is covered. Select position B or C for maximum jet performance during spa use. 10.7 Adjusting Individual Jet Flow The water flow to the individual jets in your spa can be increased or decreased by rotating the outside jet face. Note: Always keep at least 6 adjustable jets open at all times. 10.8 Adjusting PowerPro Jets With the nozzles of the PowerProTM Jets positioned straight ahead, the jet stream will be stationary. Pushing the nozzle to one side causes the jet nozzle to rotate, moving the jet stream in a circular pattern. The jets may not spin with jets pump 1 on low speed. 10.9 Waterfall Feature The waterfall feature allows you to independently control it for a customized soothing effect. The JETS1 button activates the waterfall feature. Then, each fall is individually adjusted moving the control lever next to it forward or backwards. To turn on, move lever inward. To turn off, move lever outward. 10.10 Air Controls Certain jet systems have their own push-button air control (page 22-23). Each control introduces air into the water lines that supply that specific jet group. Simply press any air control button (once) to open; then press a second time to close. To minimize heat loss, all air controls should be closed when the spa is not in use.

11.5 Clean-Up Cycle The clean-up cycle is once per day in both Standard and Economy mode at 12:00 PM for two minutes. This is not user programmable. Jets pump #2 (and J-385 jets pump #3) activate for one minute to circulate any water in the plumbing. After 1 minute they go off, then jets pump #1 turns on and runs for 1 minute. If the skimming/heating cycle is also set at 12:00 PM, jets pump #1 will continue to run for the duration of the cycle.
12.0 Programming Instructions
12.1 Adjusting Time of Day The control system remembers the time of day even in the event of a prolonged power outage. However, it may occasionally be necessary to reset the time of day. For example: if you are not in the Pacific Time Zone you will want to reset the time for your own time zone. (The system will automatically adjust to and from daylight savings time.) To accomplish this, press DISPLAY, MODE and DISPLAY within five seconds each. A number representing the hour will be displayed, followed by AM or PM. The hour will advance or decrease each time WARMER( + ) or COOLER ( - ) is pressed within five seconds. Then, press DISPLAY again to display the minutes. Adjust the minutes as necessary by pressing WARMER( + ) or COOLER ( - ) After 5 seconds, the display will return to normal. 12.2 Changing Skimming/Heating Cycles The control system allows you to easily adjust two separate aspects of each of the skimming/heating cycle: 1) the time of day at which each cycle begins; and 2) the duration of each cycle. To make adjustments, first press CYCLE to enter the skimming/heating cycle programming mode. The LCD screen will display the following in the upper right corner: ADJUST FILTER CYCLE Start time
This means the system is ready to accept your changes to the start time for skimming/heating cycle number one. Simultaneously, the large four-digit display in the center of the screen displays the currently proPage 29
grammed start time for that cycle. At this point, you have four options. You may: 1. Press WARMER( + ) or COOLER ( - ) to adjust the start time in increments of 30 minutes. 2. Press CYCLE to display and adjust each subsequent skimming/ heating cycle start time. With each press, the currently programmed status will be shown in the large four digit display. To adjust any display value, simply press WARMER( + ) or COOLER ( - ). 3. Press SELECT to move down the menu from Start Time to Duration. With each press, the currently programmed duration will be shown in the large four-digit display. Press WARMER( + ) or COOLER ( - ) to adjust duration in increments of 15 minutes. 4. Press DISPLAY to make the skimming/heating cycle programming characters disappear from the screen and the main display return to showing the water temperature. If no button is pressed within 30 seconds, the screen automatically returns to the standard water temperature display. At any time, you may check the programming of any aspect of any skimming/heating cycle by first pressing CYCLE then moving through the menu by pressing either CYCLE or SELECT. The programming is changed only by pressing WARMER ( + ) or COOLER ( - ) during this process. 12.3 Programming The Change Filter Reminder Your new spa is equipped with a programmable Change Filter reminder that appears on the control panel display after a CHANGE specified number of days. It is designed to remind you to FILTER clean and/or replace your filter cartridge(s) on a regular basis but does not affect spa operation in any way. This reminder must be reset at each filter cleaning interval. It offers a selectable range from 10-120 days or can be disabled. We recommend an initial setting of 30 days, after which you can easily determine whether you need to shorten or lengthen its interval by visually inspecting your filter cartridge. Refer to section 13.1 (page 33-35) for filter cleaning recommendations.

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13.0 Spa Maintenance
Proper and regular maintenance of your spa will help it retain its beauty and performance. Your authorized Jacuzzi Premium dealer can supply you with all the information, supplies, and accessory products you will need to accomplish this. 13.1 Cleaning The Filters Your Jacuzzi spa is equipped with a skimmer bag and two high performance filter cartridges located inside the filter skimmer. Fine debris are filtered by the circulation pump drawing water through the skimmer bag and circulation pump cartridge. Larger debris are filtered by the jets pump #1 drawing water through the skimmer bag and main pump cartridge during normal operation and at each skimming/heating cycle. The skimmer bag and filter cartridges provide unsurpassed water quality by tapping surface and suspended particles. An optional chemical feeder is available through your dealer. When the chemical feeder is in use, remove the chemical feeder during the filter cleaning stage. When turning the cap on the top of this filter, the cap will engage to allow the removal or installation of the filter. Remove the cap and chemical feeder by rotating the handle to the center of the on and off positions. Then lift the cap from the filter. Reinstall the chemical feeder on the filter prior to the filter installation in the spa. To avoid touching the chemical feeder, it is recommended that latex gloves be used during this process. All models include filters on their footwell suction covers that prevent debris from entering pump 2, when operating. These filters must remain in place to protect pump #2 plumbing network. They should be cleaned every 2 months, or when weak pump 2 performance is observed. To ensure optimum performance, clean and reuse both cartridges once a month. ALWAYS TURN POWER TO SPA OFF BEFORE CLEANING THE FILTER CARTRIDGES! Refer to steps A-J on the following page for Cleaning/Replacement instructions

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Trapped Air Bubbles
If used, remove the chemical feeder as instructed prior to rinsing the filter cartridges. Rinse debris from filter pleats on each cartridge using a garden hose and high-pressure nozzle. Start at the top and work downward to the handle. Repeat until all pleats are clean.
Submerge both filter cartridges in spa. Tilt threaded end upward to remove trapped air bubbles from each cartridge, then keep both cartridges submerged for step H.

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13.4 Pillow Care Remove and clean the headrest pillows as needed with soapy water using a cloth or soft-bristle brush. To maintain water resistance and luster, apply a quality vinyl conditioner once a month. Always remove the pillows when adding chemical shock treatment to the spa water. The pillows can be returned to the spa when the sanitizer reading drops below 5 ppm. CAUTION: Never attempt to remove the pillows by pulling on them! The pillows utilize a bolt-on design that prohibits removal without tools. To remove pillows: 1. Grasp center pillow insert (A) with finger tips and gently pry outward from pillow base (C). 2. Use a standard screwdriver to loosen and remove mounting bolts (B) from pillow base. 3. Assemble in reverse order after cleaning. DONOT overtighten pillow mounting bolts! 13.5 Maintaining the Cover Using the Jacuzzi insulating spa cover anytime the spa is not in use will significantly reduce your operating costs, heat-up time and maintenance requirements. To prolong the life of the cover, handle it with care and clean it regularly using mild soap and water. Periodic treatments with a special conditioner developed for Jacuzzi spa covers will help protect against deterioration caused by UV rays from the sun. Never allow anyone to stand or sit on the cover, and avoid dragging it across rough surfaces. 13.6 Maintaining The Cabinet Your new spas synthetic cabinet requires little or no maintenance of any kind. To clean, simply wipe cabinet with a clean towel and mild soap solution. CAUTION: Never spray cabinet with a garden hose for any reason since this action may induce an electrical short in the spas electrical equipment. Page 37
13.7 Winterizing Your Jacuzzi spa is designed to automatically protect itself against freezing when operating properly. During periods of severe freezing temperatures, you should check periodically to be certain that the electrical supply to the spa has not been interrupted. In extreme, bitter cold weather less than -20F (-29C), reset the filter cycles for 24-hour operation to protect the spa (i.e. four 6-hour cycles). If you do not intend to use your spa, or if there is a prolonged power outage during periods of severe freezing temperatures, it is important that all water be removed from the spa and equipment to protect against damage from freezing. For expert winterization of your spa, contact your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. In emergency situations, damage can be minimized by taking the following steps: 1. Follow the directions in section 13.2 page 35-36 for draining the spa. 2. As the water level drops below the seats, use whatever means necessary to get the water out of the recessed seating areas and into the footwell. 3. When the water level ceases to drop, use whatever means available to remove any remaining water from the footwell. 4. Turn off power to the spa. 5. Remove the equipment-side cabinet panels and locate the drain plugs in the front of the pump(s) (Figure-A, page 13). Remove these plugs to allow the water to drain out of the pumps and heater. Note: Approximately one to two gallons will be released during this procedure. Use a wet/dry vacuum or other means to keep this from flooding the equipment compartment. Replace the drain plugs. 6. Loosen the hose clamp on the circulation pump intake behind the control box (Figure-A, page 13) and pull the hose off (twist hose back and forth while pulling outward). Tip hose down and allow to drain, then reinstall hose and clamp. 7. Re-install cabinet side panels and cover spa so that no casual moisture can enter into it. Consult your authorized Jacuzzi dealer if you have any questions regarding winter use or winterizing.

Flow Switch

Display Mode Cycle y

Temperature Sensor

Select

Options J8

Sensors J6

LCD Panel J7

Transformer T1
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. 2. J3 TB1 K8

K13 J4 K3 K4 K5 K6 K7

HEATER 5.5 kW
This device may not cause harmful interference. This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
J1 TB2 TB6 TB1 J2 RED BLK BLK LO PUMP 2 RED HI TB1 WHT Z1 30A, 250 V SC-30 To Heater Relays F1

BLK WHT

PUMP 1 HI
WHT STEREO (Optional) TB3 GRN RED BLK
17.0 Wiring Diagram J-355/J-365/J-375 Models (USA/Canada, 240VAC/60Hz)

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Power Input: 240 VAC, 60A / 50A / 35A 1 PHASE, 60Hz; USE MIN. 6 AWG COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
Spa Light HI-Limit Freeze Sensor

Remote Panel Main Panel

CD Ozone (Optional)

CIRCULATION PUMP

FLOW SWITCH HI - LIMIT / FREEZE SENSOR

Mode Cycle Display y

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INTERLOCK JUMPER

TEMPERATURE SENSOR

SPA LIGHT

SENSORS

TB5 J6 J7

TRANSFORMER T1

OPTIONS

JP20 JP19
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

From TB1

1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
K1 K4 K7 UV or CD Ozonator (Optional) K8 K5 K6

F1 30A, 250V SC-30

2 Blk Red Blk PUMP 3 Wht
18.0 Wiring Diagram J-385 Models (USA/Canada, 240VAC/60Hz)
Blk Blk Z1 To Heater & Pump 2 Relay TB3 TB1
Power Supply STEREO (Optional)

PUMP 1

T92 Relay

F2 20A, 250V MDA

Circulation Pump
Blk GRN RED BLK Power Input: 240 VAC, 60A / 50A / 40A 1 PHASE, 60Hz; USE MIN. 6 AWG (10 mm2) COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY

PUMP 2

HI-Limit Freeze Sensor

Display Mode Cycle

Spa Light SENSORS J6 LCD PANEL J7

OPTIONS J8

TB1 TBL N 1 J3 CD Ozone (Optional) TBTB1 N N HI PUMP 2 F1 20A, 250V SC-20 To Heater Relays TB1 STEREO (Optional) Circulation Pump L L N TB4

HEATER 2.7 kW

19.0 Wiring Diagram J-355/J-365/J-375 Models (Export, 230VAC/50Hz)

PUMP 1 GRN N L

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Power Input: 230 VAC, 40A / 30A / 20A 1-Phase, 50Hz; USE MIN. 6 AWG (10 mm2) COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY

FLOW SWITCH

Remote Panel

Main Panel

HI - LIMIT / FREEZE SENSOR

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SPA LIGHT J6
TB7 TB5 L UV or CD N Ozonator (Optional) J1 11

20.0 Wiring Diagram

E. Adjusting Bass Level Press the audio button (20) until the display reads BAS. Rotate the volume knob to the desired setting. A display of C O indicates center, -2 to -12 indicates bass cut, and +2 to +12 indicates bass boost. Note: the unit returns to volume mode if the volume control is not rotated for 3 seconds. F. Adjusting Treble Level Press the audio button (20) until the display reads TRE. Rotate the volume knob to the desired setting. A display of C O indicates center, -2 to -12 indicates bass cut, and +2 to +12 indicates bass boost. Note: the unit returns to volume mode if the volume control is not rotated for 3 seconds. G. Adjusting Balance Press the audio button (20) until the display reads BAL. Rotate the volume knob to the desired setting. A display of C O indicates center, L1 to 15 indicates left balance, and R1 to 15 indicates right balance. Note: the unit returns to volume mode if the volume control is not rotated for 3 seconds. Optional Stereo Receiver Radio Operation A. Adjust Fader Press the audio button (20) until the display reads FAD. Rotate the volume knob to the desired setting. A Display of C O indicates center, R1 to 15 indicates rear fade, and F1 to 15 indicates front fade. Note: the unit returns to volume mode if the volume control is not rotated for 3 seconds. B. Display Clock Press the set button (9) to toggle the display between the clock and radio modes. When the clock mode is selected, the current time displays whenever the unit is left undisturbed. C. Set Clock Press the set button (9) for 2 seconds until the first time digit flashes on the display. Use the tune/seek up button (13) or the tune/seek down button (14) to set the hour, noting the AM/PM indicator at the left. Briefly press the set button a second time to select the minutes display. Press the set button a third time to complete the procedure. The unit remains in clock mode and displays the time after 3 seconds. Note: When power to the spa is shut off for any reason, the clock will be reset to 12AM.

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D. Open/Close Front Panel Place your thumb on the front panel release button (7) with your forefinger below the front overhang. Press firmly on the release button, then flip the panel open by pulling outward at the top edge. To close the panel, flip the panel up and press firmly until you hear an audible click. Keep the front panel closed at all times to prevent water intrusion, except when changing discs. CAUTION: never insert wet discs into the unit or the CD player will be damaged! E. Radio Operation Press the source button (4) to select the radio mode. The station frequency is indicated on the display. To Select Band: press the band button (12) to toggle through the radio modes as follows: FM1 - FM2 - FM3 - AM1 - AM2 - FM1. Each radio band stores up to 6 independent presets, for a total of 18 FM and 12 AM presets. To Program Presets: tune in to the desired radio station, then press and hold the desired preset button for at least 2 seconds. PX, where X = the preset number, appears at the bottom right of the display. Note: When power to the spa is shut off for any reason, all station presets are reset.

To play the CD: press the source button (4) to change to CD mode. The CD will play. The display shows the current track and play time, and will animate a 3-D rotating disc while the CD is playing. Note: if the CD play time is not shown, press the clock button (9) once. To remove the CD: open the front panel and press the CD eject button located under the front panel. Remove the CD from the drive and close the front panel. Note: listen for an audible click to ensure the front panel is closed to prevent water intrusion that could damage your unit.
B. Changing CD Tracks And Music Seek To advance to next track, press the tune/seek up button (13) once and the track counter will increase one track. When the final track is reached on the CD, play will resume on track #1. To fast forward through tracks: press and hold the tune/seek up button (13) until the track counter displays the desired track, then release the button. To return to the beginning of the current track: press the tune/seek down button (14). Pressing it a second time within 1 second will skip back to the previous track. To rewind the current track: press and hold the tune/seek down button (14). The track will quickly rewind until you release the button.
C. Intro Scan, Random, Repeat Intro Scan Mode: press intro button (21) to enter intro scan mode. The left side of the display reads SCN and the first 10 seconds of each CD track will play continuously until you press the intro button a second time, or press either tune/seek buttons (13 or 14). Random Mode: press the random button (19) to play the CD track in a random order. The left side of the display reads RDM when random mode is enabled. Repeat Mode: press the repeat button (18) to repeat the current CD track continuously. The left side of the display reads RPT when the repeat mode is enabled.

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Optional Stereo Receiver Troubleshooting A. Unit will not turn on. Make sure the spa power is turned on, then check both harness fuses on the back of the unit, making sure they are the proper ratings: Yellow memory B+ line (1A fuse); Red ACC line (10A fuse). With the spa power off, use a thin rod to press the reset button located under the front panel.
B. Fogged CDs And Lens This condition may occur when its cold. Wipe fogged CDs with a soft cloth. Fogged optical components inside the unit will return to normal operation after an hour in a heated environment. Optional Wireless Remote Control (Standard on models with stereo options. Can be purchased separately.) To ensure maximum life of the optional wireless stereo remote, we recommend never submerging it in water or leaving it under the spa cover! Prolonged exposure to moisture will damage the remote. Optional Wireless Remote Battery Replacement Procedure Remove the remote from the rubber housing, then remove the protective adhesive seal from the battery door. Depress the hook with a thumbnail and pull outward on the battery door. Replace the depleted battery with a fresh battery, making sure to note the polarity. Re-install the battery door. Replace the adhesive seal material, making sure to cover the entire gap (additional seal material is included, if required). Replace the remote firmly into the rubber housing.

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Wireless Remote Control Specifications Usable range....15 ft. (5m) Battery.. Coin Type, CR2025 or equivalent Optional Stereo Receiver Specifications Tuner FM usable sensibility... 10dBf FM 50 dB quieting sensitivity.. 15dBf FM alternate channel selectivity... 90dB FM stereo separation @ 1kHz.. 60dBf AM usable sensitivity... 30uV CD Player Sampling frequency (8X over sampling).. 44.1kHz Channel separation @1 kHz... 80 db Signal-to-noise ratio... 90 dBA Frequency-to-noise response @ 1 dB.. 20-20 kHz Audio Maximum power output (45 watts x 4 channel).. 180W Continuous power, 20-20 kHz, 4 ohms 1% THD..18 x 4 Bass boost/cut... 10/100dB/Hz Treble boost/cut.. 10/10+/-dB/kHz General Nominal power supply.. 14.4VDC Allowable power supply.. 10.8 - 15.6 VDC Current consumption... <10Amps Speaker impedance... 4-8 Ohms

W.A.K. 12/01/2005

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The following UL requirements must be observed for all spas with optional stereo components installed.
A. B. C. D. CAUTION - Risk of Electric Shock. Do not leave compartment door open; CAUTION - Risk of Electric Shock. Replace components only with identical components; and Do not operate the audio/video controls while inside the spa. WARNING - Prevent Electrocution. Do not connect any auxiliary components (for example: cable, additional speakers, headphones, additional audio/video components etc.) to the system. These units are not provided with an outdoor antennae; when provided, it should be installed in accordance with Article 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. Do not service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other risk of injury. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. When the power supply connections or power supply cord(s) are damage; if water is entering the audio/video compartment or any electrical equipment compartment area; if the protective shields or barriers are showing signs of deterioration; or if there are signs of other potential damage to the unit, turn off the unit and refer to a qualified service personnel. This unit should be subjected to periodic routing maintenance (for example, once every 3 months) to make sure that the unit is operating properly. P/N: 6530-509, Rev. A

Notes:

Jacuzzi Hot Tubs 14525 Monte Vista Ave. Chino, Ca 91710 United States www.jacuzzi.com 6530-358, Rev. B

Printed In The USA

 

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