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Hot Tub PumpsThe spa pump is the heart of the discount spas direct entire mechanical system. The pump is in charge of the total water flow of the Island Escape and Catalina hot tub, which also helps to keep the spa clean. If the pump is not working properly, then it affects all other aspects of the Island Escape and Hotspring spa mechanical system as well. An aging pump is something to keep your eye on. Along with age comes malfunction. Some common Hotspring spa pump malfunctions include abnormal noise, the pump motor turning on and off, and unexpected leaks. First, check to see if there is any debris caught in the pump that maybe be inhibiting its performance. If there is no debris and everything looks as it should, it may be in your best interest to purchase a new pump. There are different types of criteria to acknowledge when purchasing a new discount spas direct pump. First, what type of horsepower do you want? The horsepower will determine how powerful the jets will be, so if you want powerful jets, look for something with higher horsepower. Secondly, think about what kind of Island Escape or Catalina hot tub pump speed you want since this will determine how much water is flowing into the tub. Thirdly, you must know the voltage of the Island Escape or Catalina hot tub pump to ensure it is compatible with the outlet you are hooking it up to. Also, you must know whether your discount spas direct compatible with either a side discharge or a center discharge. And lastly, it is imperative to know what size pipe your pump fits with considering there is either 1.5 or 2. Knowing these criterions before purchasing will save you both time and money.

One of the most common problems among Catalina hot tub pumps is when the water isn’t flowing freely through the pump. This problem is fairly easy to fix with a procedure called priming.

1.First, you will want to check the water level of your Island Escape or Hotspring spa. It is crucial that there is enough water in the discount spas direct for the pump to do its job.

2.Next, you want to locate the water’s path. Majority of the time, it isn’t even the pump that is the problem with insufficient discount spas direct water flow, but it is some other obstruction (such as leaves or dirt) in the main drain that is blocking the water flow. Make sure this is not the case.

3.Then you want to make sure all discount spas direct valves are open and ready for water to flow through them.

4.The fourth step requires you to fill the Island Escape or Hotspring spa pump. Be sure to fill it all the way so that no air has room to linger inside.

5.Lastly, turn on the motor. While you do this, also turn on the air relief valve on top of the filter and give the pump at least two minutes to allow the water to flow through it.

If the water does not flow through right away, repeat the above five steps. If it doesn’t work the second time, chances are you have an air leak. If this is the case, listen closely for any air sucking noise coming from any of the pipes of your Island Escape or Catalina hot tub or look around for any leaks coming from the pipes. Once you find the leak, fix it immediately.

As far as actually replacing the pump, it can get complicated for someone that is not an expert on discount spas direct installation. First you have to make sure all the power is turned off of the Isalnd Escape and Hotspring spa. Then you want to disconnect your old Island Escape or Hotspring spa pump by unscrewing the unions on either end of the pump and gently remove it from the spa. Then you will want to remove the cord from your old discount spas direct pump, which can also be used with the new discount spas direct pump when inserting it into the hot tub. Installing the new pump is simply the reversed procedure as disconnecting the old spa pump. The new components should fit exactly in place of the old ones so just screw the new pump in and it should be ready to operate.

Some important pump trouble shooting tasks include:

The Island Escape or Hotspring Spa Motor Won’t Start

Look at the breaker panel and electrical supply to see if there are any loose wires. Also, look for any excess dirt that may be on the wires as this can create extra heat on the wires, which will make them melt if it gets hot enough. Just tighten any wires and wipe off any dirt you may find on them.

The Discount Spas Direct Motor Sounds like it’s Working, but Won’t Run

If this is the case, either the impeller is jammed or the capacitor has gone bad. Open up the pump and physically spin the impeller with your finger. If the impeller won’t budge, there is something inside the pump that is inhibiting it. Take apart the pump and find the cause of this. There is Loud Noise and Vibrations Coming From the Island Escape or Catalina Hot Tub Motor

Make sure, where ever your pump is securely fastened to whatever surface it is on. If it is secure, the most likely cause of the noise is worn down bearings. If this is the case, you’ll have to remove the unit and have the motor replaced.

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