By Holly Chavez
On Apr 20, 2015
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Arctic Spas has been manufacturing innovative hot tub designs for more than 20 years. The owners take a small town approach to delivering products that are high quality because they all have roots in rural Canadian communities. This manufacturer places a big emphasis on making hot tubs that require a minimal amount of maintenance and are more cost-effective to operate than other major brands.
Arctic Spas products can be found at a wide variety of dealer stores throughout the U.S. and Canada, and it is common for these locations to receive accredited status and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Consumers who are concerned about remaining eco-friendly while soaking in a hot tub will be pleased to learn that Arctic Spas participates in several green initiatives, including partnering with PEFC to help ensure that each of the forest areas that produces wood for their products is managed responsibly.
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Arctic Spa Hot Tub Covers:
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Arctic Spa Error Codes
These are the error codes and display messages that an Arctic Spa may display, along with what they mean and the action required:
|HL||When “HL” error message displays, it means the system shut the heater down because temps at the heater reached 119ºF (48ºC).When “HL” error message is flashing, it means the system shut down because the water temps in the spa reached 112ºF (44ºC). In this condition, only Smart Winter Mode will remain active.||DO NOT GO IN THE WATER. Remove spa heat cover to allow the water temp to cool down. You can then reset the breaker which will reset the system.DO NOT GO IN THE WATER. Remove spa heat cover to allow the water temp to cool down to 109ºF (43ºC). Call your service supplier or dealer if problem continues.|
|FLO||Means that the system doesn’t detect any water pressure while pump is running.||Check water level and open the water valves. Clean the spa filter or replace the spa filter if needed. Call your service supplier or dealer if problem continues.|
|FLC||The system has identified a problem with the pressure switch.||Call your service supplier or dealer if problem continues.|
|Prr||The system has identified a problem with the temperature probe.||Call your service supplier or dealer if problem continues.|
|– – – –||Signifies damage to the Processor. This is usually caused by an abnormal power fluctuation.||DO NOT GO IN THE WATER. Call your service supplier or dealer|
|DECL||Breaker Setting for the Low Level Programming isn’t set to corresponding power or the breaker is used to operate the spa.|
|FREE||Free Protect error message is scrolling. Means that water temps in spa unit fell below 45º degrees. The pumps will then heat the spa unit until water temp achieves 45º degrees F.||To clear the error, you may need to reset the breaker.|
Arctic Spa Hot Tub Owners Manuals
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