Leisure Bay Spas Error Codes

Leisure Bay Spas Error Codes

These are the Leisure Bay Spas error codes and display messages that hot tubs from Leisure Bay Spas depict, along with what they mean and the action required according to their forum and internal documentation

MessageMeaningAction Required
 Means there is no message to display. The power was shut off to the hot tub. GFCI breaker is still on, however, control panel displays  blank. Fuse(s) to system is/are blown.The hot tub control panel is automatically disabled until return of power, but the system will function to reset the time of day of each time of power-up. Hot tub settings will be preserved.  Contact your store for the unit to be serviced.
      ——-Stands for Temperature unknown.This happens when you initially start your hot tub. After the pump and system has been operating approximately 2 minutes, you will see the temperature displayed.
         HH“Overheat” – The spa hot tub shuts down. The sensors have detected 118°F  or greater in the heater.DO NOT ENTER THE WATER. Remove the spa hot tub cover and let the water cool down. After the heater has cooled down, you must reset by pushing any of the topside buttons. If your spa hot tub does not reset, shut the power off on the spa and call a dealer or service person.
         OH“Overheat” – The leisure bay spas shuts down for this error. Also, the sensors will detect that the hot tub water is 110°F or greater.DO NOT ENTER THE WATER. Remove the spa hot tub hard cover and allow water to cool off. Once the spa cools down to 107°F, the tub should reset on its own. If the hot tub does not reset, turn off the power to the spa and call your dealer or service company.
         IC“Ice” – This is a Potential freeze condition detectedNo action is required at this time. The pump and blower will activate regardless of spa status during this error.
         SAThe Spa is shut down or the sensor that is plugged into the Sensor “A” jack is not operational.If the problem does not go away, contact your dealer or service company. (This error may show temporarily in an overheat error and stop when the heater cools down.)
         SYThe Spa is shut down. Also, the sensor that is plugged into the Sensor “B” jack is not operational.If the problem does not go away, contact your dealer or service company. (May appear temporarily in an overheat error and stop when the heater cools down.)
         SnSensors are out of balance or not working properly. If alternating with spa temperature display, it may just be temporary. Also, if flashing by on its own, the spa will shut down.If the error continues, contact your dealer or service company.
          HLA difference between temperature and the sensors is detected. This could be a flow problem.Check the water levels in tub. Top up if needed. If the water level is okay, check to see if the pumps are primed. If the error persists, contact your dealer or service company.
          LFContinuous low flow. (Displays on the fifth occurrence of “HL” error within a 24 hour cycle.) Heater is shut down, but other spa functions may continue to run normally.Follow steps required for “HL” message. Heating capability of the spa will not reset automatically; you may press any button on the topside to reset the tub.
          drPossible low water levels, poor flow, or air bubbles are detected in the heater. Also, the Spa hot tub will shut down for 15 minutes.Check water level in hot tub. Top up if necessary. If water level is okay, check to see if the pumps are primed. Press any button on the topside control to reset, or the message will automatically reset within 15 minutes. If problem still remains, contact your dealer or service company.
          dyInadequate water detected in heater. (Displays on third occurrence of “dr” message.) leisure bay spas is shut down.Follow action required for “dr” error. Spa will not automatically reset. Press any button to reset.
 Spa Mode
ST
Your spa is preset to this mode. This mode operates the heater whenever needed to maintain the programmed spa water temperature. (See Temperature Adjustment). 
 Spa Mode
EC
This mode operates the heater only during programmed Heating Cycles (See “Setting Heating Cycles” below). Also, this mode is ideal for areas that charge a premium for electricity during peak hours. This mode will maintain the thermostat setting. If it does not reach the thermostat setting, you may have to allow for more heating time by increasing the Heating Cycles. 
 Spa Mode
SL
This mode works in the same manner as the Economy Mode except the thermostat setting is automatically lowered by 20 degrees. This mode is best suited for extended leaves from home and also when it is not important to maintain constant water temperature, such as vacations or business trips. 

Leisure Bay Spas Website

Leisure Bay Spas has been building hot tubs for over thirty years and has a range of hot tubs built on quality and new innovations in the hot tub market.

In the Elite series Leisure Bay Spas boasts 4 different models the Niagara, Hatteras, Cordova, and Harbor Cove.

The Celebrity series has the following five models to choose from the Tonga, Santo, Hilo, Adirondack, and Galaxy.

Leisure Bay Spas Troubleshooting

The typical troubleshooting that users can find useful in regards to the Leisure Bay Spas error codes is the following.

  1. Turn on the spa and let it run for two minutes if you see two blanks on the display screen where the temperature is normally displayed. The spa will display the temperature after it has been running for a few minutes. If you still don’t see the temperature after several minutes, you may need to contact a technician for service.
  2. Do not get into the spa if you see “HH” or “OH” on the display screen instead of the temperature. These warnings indicate that the temperature of the water has reached over 110 degrees and is not safe. Pull the cover off of the spa and let the water cool for several minutes. When the water has cooled, press any button to reset the sensors and you will see the temperature again. If the water does not cool, you will need to contact a technician.
  3. Turn the spa on and let it run for a few minutes if you see the “IC” warning indicator on the display screen. This means that ice may have built up in the spa, preventing the water from warming up properly. Let the spa run and the “IC” warning will disappear and be replaced by the temperature.
  4. Check the water level in the spa if you see “HL,” “dR” or “dY” messages on the screen. These messages indicate that there is not enough water in the spa for it to operate properly. Add water with a garden hose if the level is low and run the spa as normal. If the water level continues to decrease or if the error messages do not go away when you add water, a hardware problem may be present.

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