Hot water can be dangerous!
The Consumer Product Safety
Commission has designated the limit of 104 degrees farenheit as a safe maximum operating
temperature for a spa sold or installed in the United States.
Recalibrating or tampering with
the factory settings of your thermostat is a serious matter. Do not take this
Using water that achieves
temperature ranges above 104 degrees can cause skin burns, trauma, brain damage, and
Additionally, water over this
temperature range can damage or destroy your spa equipment, requiring hundreds or thousands of
dollars of repairs!
If you do not know what you are
doing, then do not use the information contained on this site to service your spa!
The information compiled here is
the result of many hundreds of hours of field service, performed by trained and skilled personnel
in the fields of electricity, electronics, and electrical safety.
Much of what you see here will not
match your particular spa, your installation, or your troubleshooting situation. This
"free" information is provided as a general guide only.
It is up to you, the reader/user
of the information presented here, to determine the suitability for use in your particular
situation, and at no time will the owners of spasupport.net or Georgia's Pool & Spa Service
be responsible for the outcome of any particular situation regarding servicing your
Remember: Don't mix you, water,
and electricity... ever! You can be killed!