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To get specific information on operating your spa or swim spa, please download you spa owners manual from the list below. Contact your local retailer if you are unable to download or view the linked documents below. Check out some Spa Care tips as well and make sure your Coast Spas stays like new for years to come.
The tricky part is wiring the 4-wire GFCI correctly used for most hot tubs. The confusion lies in the way the neutral wire is handled in addition to Line 1, Line 2 and ground wires. See the Hot Tub Outpost video with more tips on wiring up a hot tub GFCI. The white neutral wire from the back of the GFCI should be connected to the incoming service neutral wire, not the ground bus bar. The GFCI will not work without this connection of incoming service neutral to back of GFCI. Load 1 input wire goes to load 1 terminal, load 2 input wire goes to load 2 wire. For the output section of the GFCI breaker, the load 1 output wire goes to line 1 of the spa and the load 2 output wire goes to line 2 of the spa. The load neutral output provides the 120v difference between the Line wires and is connected to the Neutral White terminal on the circuit board, spa pack as directed by manufacturer instructions. Looking at the bottom of the GFCI, the incoming neutral wire attaches to the white terminal under the black connection so the outgoing neutral wire attaches to the other white terminal under the load out red which runs to the neutral terminal on the circuit board/spa pack. The ground wires need to be properly hooked up to the grounding bus bar. This information is for licensed electrician reference only.
Horse SenseWarning: Working on your own appliances, cars, covered wagons and hot tubs as well as anything else electrical or mechanical carries with it severe risk of injury or property damage. These tips and suggested procedures are free and for informational purposes only. Proceed at your own risk. It is best to use the services of an electrician or tech. Hot Tub Outpost is not liable for any damage or injury that may result.
Hot Springs National Park has a long and colorful history, beginning long before its designation as Hot Springs Reservation in 1832. American Indians came here for thousands of years to quarry novaculite for their tools and weapons.The Dunbar-Hunter Expedition came here in 1804, sent by President Thomas Jefferson to explore the southern reaches of the Louisiana Purchase. Soon a bustling town grew up around the hot springs to provide services for health seekers. The resultant bathing industry led to Hot Springs becoming known as the "American Spa." 2b1af7f3a8