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Spa pack Install HELP

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Spa equipment is easy to setup because the pump can face right or left adapting to the needs of the spa and does not have to stay on the base it is shipped with.  As long as the heater is on the Pump  DISCHARGE side. It will not activate the pressure switch if not.

The suction line on your spa comes from the Recovery side of the spa meaning the skimmer and drain and goes to the center port of the wetend ( The EYEBALL )on the pump. 

The Discharge of the same wetend goes to the jets, waterfalls, etc. of the spa by first passing thru the heater and a filter normally. 

If there is a blower it will have a single line with an air check valve installed. The hose runs up above the water line to help keep water from running back into the blower and the to the jets. No Need to glue the Blower Hose connection. Just insert it and use a set screw if needed.


 unions are included with the pack but you may find you don’t need them. 

Electrical Requirements and Instructions: 
Always check with your local authorities regarding electrical codes in your area.  Some areas require electrical professionals to install some or all of the wiring for hot tubs.  Be sure you are in compliance with local laws. 

The 120 volt Spa Pack
Plug the provided cord into a 20amp dedicated 120-volt outlet.  This means that the spa is the only circuit on the breaker, therefore, it is “dedicated.”  Branch circuits are not acceptable because they don't provide enough current for the spa to run properly.  This causes premature relay failure and breaker tripping 

240 Electrical Conversion
All 240-volt controllers require a 4 wire service: 2 hots, neutral and ground.  Be certain wire sizes from the main breaker to spa breaker are of the proper size for the length of the run!  When making connections on the terminal strip make sure all wires are secure and tightly fastened. 

*The NEC now requires GFCI breaker protection on all spa and hot tub circuits wired 240 volts.
Check your local requirements!


Fill the tub through the filter area to reduce airlock, to the midpoint of the skimmer.  Turn all thermostats to the LOWEST position before starting! 

We will not be held liable for any injuries or damage that may result from the troubleshooting or installation 
of any parts or equipment.   Including inadequate results from any project. 

We are assuming you have a knowledge of electricity and are aware that certain safety precautions are necessary. 

If you are in doubt as to how to properly troubleshoot or repair your specific unit, please contact a local licensed pool or spa professional or a licensed electrician in your area. 

Use AT YOUR OWN RISK, including information given by telephone or email.