Common questions

How much does it cost to replace a heater in a spa?

How much does it cost to replace a heater in a spa?

How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Heater in a Hot Tub? Hot tub heater replacement cost ranges from $225 to $650, including $150 to $500 for the heating element.

Why is my Hot Springs Spa not heating?

Why is my spa not heating? Make sure: The water is at a level which covers all of the jets as this affects the water flow through the heater. The filter has been cleaned within the last four weeks by soaking it in BEAR STRIP FILTER CLEAN and that filter is not older than 18 months.

Why is my hot tub heating up slowly?

If your water heats up, but very slowly, you may simply need to change the filter. A heater that continuously turns on and off also indicates the filter must be changed. Hot tubs that are used often will need to have these cartridges changed more frequently.

How long should a spa heater last?

The longevity of your hot tub is how long it will continue to work and last. The range of spas generally last anywhere from 5 to 20 years.

How do I reset my hot springs spa heater?

How do you reset heater on hot springs hot tub?

  1. Locate the spa’s high-limit reset. This is a red button found on many spa packs.
  2. Press the high-limit reset button.
  3. Turn on your spa and observe its operation.
  4. Flip the breaker panel switch on or press the reset button on the GFCI outlet to restore power.

Where is the reset button for a hot springs prodigy?

The reset button is located in the equipment compartment. Plug the spa back into the power source. Check the circulation pump if the spa does not heat while jets and lights are working.

How long does it take for a hot springs spa to heat up?

With a Hot Spring or Caldera hot tub, it will take between 8-10 hours to heat up initially, but will remain it’s set temperature for the whole fill. Our spas are very smart and know when the heater should kick on and when it is okay to power down.

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