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Watkins Manufacturing Corporation congratulates you on your decision to enjoy the finest. spa available Welcome to the growing family of Hot Spring spa owners. Owner s Manual, This Owner s Manual will acquaint you with the operation and general maintenance of your new spa We suggest that. you take some time to carefully review all ten sections Please keep this manual available for reference. If you have any questions about any aspect of your spa s set up operation or maintenance contact your authorized. Hot Spring dealership They are trained professionals who are familiar with the product as well as new spa ownership. concerns Their expertise will facilitate the enjoyment of your new Hot Spring spa. The serial number label is located within the equipment compartment of your Hot Spring spa. IMPORTANT Watkins Manufacturing Corporation reserves the right to change specifications or design without. notification and without incurring any obligation,DATE PURCHASED. DATE INSTALLED,SPA MODEL SERIAL NUMBER,COVER SERIAL NUMBER. ACCESSORY SERIAL NUMBERS, In most cities and counties permits will be required for the installation of electrical circuits or the construction of exterior. surfaces decks and gazebos In addition some communities have adopted residential barrier codes which may require. fencing and or self closing gates on the property to prevent unsupervised access to a pool or spa by children under 5. Important years of age Your Hot Spring spa is equipped with a locking cover that meets the ASTM F1346 91 Standard for Safety. Covers and as a result is usually exempt from most barrier requirements As a general practice your local Building. Department will inform you of any applicable barrier requirements at the time a permit is obtained for the installation of an. electrical circuit Your Hot Spring dealer can provide information on which permits may be required. Table of Contents,SAFETY INFORMATION CONTROL PANEL OPERATIONS.
Important Safety Instructions 1 Control Panels 42, Important Spa Instructions 3 Main Control Panels 43. SPA SPECIFICATIONS 4 Indicator Lights 43,INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Locking Features 43. Site Preparation 5 Main Control Panel Buttons and Display 44. Outdoor and Patio Installation 5 Auxiliary Control Panel 45. Deck Installation 5 115 Volt GFCI 46,Indoor Basement Installation 5 Light 46. Spa Leveling Instructions 6 Summer Mode 46,Aria Music System 47. CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT,VISTA Model SS 14 SPA CARE AND MAINTENANCE.
GRANDEE Model GG 15 General Information 48,ENVOY Model KK 16 Draining the Water 48. VANGUARD Model VV 17 Filter System 48, SOVEREIGN Model I II 18 Filter Cartridges Removal and Cleaning 49. ARIA Model AR 19 Care of the Spa Pillows 49,PRODIGY Model H 20 Care of the Exterior 49. JETSETTER Model JJ 21 Care of the Spa Cover 50,JETSETTER Model J 22 Retractable Cover Systems 50. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND Vacation Care Instructions 51. PRECAUTIONS Prevention of Freezing 52, 230 Volt Permanently Connected Models 23 WATER QUALITY AND MAINTENANCE.
115 230 Volt Convertible Models 26 General Information 53. 115 Volt Operation 28 Methods for Testing the Spa Water 53. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Hot Spring Spa Water Maintenance Program 54. 230 Volt Permanently Connected Models 29 EverFresh Water Care System 56. 115 230 Volt Convertible Models 29 Hot Spring Water Treatment Guide 57. Start Up and Refill Procedures 30 Freshwater Ag Silver Ion Purifier Replacement 57. SmartJet System 31 Chlorine Sodium Dichlor 58,Comfort Control System 31 Ozone 60. Moto Massage Jet 31 AutoFresh Water Care System 61. Moto Massage DX Jet 31 Common Water Chemistry Questions 61. Hydromassage Jets 32 Water Terminology 61,Soothing Seven Jet 32 SERVICE INFORMATION. Precision Jets 32 General Information 63, JetStream Jet 32 GFCI and High Limit Thermostat 63. WaterFeature 32 No Fault Heater and Integrated Pressure Switch 63. JET MENUS Silent Flo 5000 Circulation Pump and, VISTA Model SS 33 Circulation Pump Thermal Cut off 63. GRANDEE Model GG 34 Freshwater III High Output Ozone System 63. ENVOY Model KK 35 Miscellaneous Service Information 64. VANGUARD Model VV 36 Acts Invalidating Warranty 64. SOVEREIGN Model I 37 Disclaimers 64,SOVEREIGN Model II 38 Watkins Customer Service 64.
ARIA Model AR 39 Troubleshooting Guides 65, PRODIGY Model H 40 Spa Care and Maintenance Record 66. JETSETTER Model JJ 41,JETSETTER Model J 42,IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS,AVOIDING THE RISK TO CHILDREN. RISK OF CHILD DROWNING Extreme caution must be exercised to prevent unauthorized access by children To avoid accidents. ensure that children cannot use a spa unless they are supervised at all times. To reduce the risk of injury do not permit children to use this spa unless they are closely supervised at all times. To reduce the risk of injury lower water temperatures are recommended for young children Children are especially sensitive to hot water. Make sure you always lock the child resistant locks after using the spa for your children s safety Every Hot Spring spa is equipped with a. locking cover that meets the ASTM F1346 91 Standard for Safety Covers. Test the water temperature with your hand before allowing children to enter the spa to be sure that it s comfortable Children are. especially sensitive to hot water, Remind children that wet surfaces can be very slippery Make sure that children are careful when entering or exiting the spa. Allow children to climb onto the spa cover, Allow children to have unsupervised access to the spa.
AVOIDING THE RISK OF ELECTROCUTION,Risk of electrocution. Connect only to a grounded source, Do not bury the power cord A buried power cord may result in death or serious personal injury due to electrocution if direct burial type. cable is not used or if improper digging occurs, A ground terminal pressure wire connector is provided on the control box inside the unit to permit connection of a minimum No 10 AWG. 6 mm solid copper bonding conductor between this point and any metal equipment metal water pipe metal enclosures of electrical. equipment or conduit within five feet 1 5 m of the unit as needed to comply with local requirements. Do not operate the audio main controls while inside the spa if spa is equipped with an audio component. Do not connect any auxiliary components for example cable additional speakers headphones additional audio components to the. audio system unless approved by Watkins Manufacturing Corporation. Do not self service audio component by opening or removing cover as this may expose dangerous voltage or other risk of injury Refer all. servicing to qualified service personnel, Do not attach an external antennae to a spa audio system unless installed by a licensed electrician in accordance with Article 810 of the. National Electric Code ANSI NFPA 70, To reduce the risk of electrical shock replace a damaged cord immediately Failure to do so may result in death or serious personal injury.
due to electrocution, Your spa is provided with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for user and equipment protection To ensure proper operation of this. important safety device test according to the following instructions per electrical configuration. Cord Connected 115 volt 20 amp models The GFCI is located at the end of the power cord Before each use with the unit operating. push the TEST button The unit should stop operating and the GFCI power indicator will go out Wait 30 seconds and then reset the GFCI. by pushing the RESET button The GFCI power indicator will turn on restoring power to the spa If the interrupter does not perform in this. manner there may be an electrical malfunction and with it the possibility of an electric shock Disconnect the power until the problem has. been corrected, 230 volt permanently installed or converted models. A ground terminal is provided on the terminal block TB 1 system ground terminal located inside the control box To reduce the risk of. electric shock connect this terminal to the grounding terminal of your electrical service or supply panel with a continuous green insulated. copper wire The wire must be equivalent in size to the circuit conductors supplying the equipment In addition a bonding terminal. pressure wire connector is provided on the outside of the control box for bonding to local ground points To reduce the risk of electric. shock this connector should be bonded with a No 10 AWG 6 mm solid copper wire to any metal ladders water pipes or other metal. within 5 feet 1 5 m of the spa to comply with local requirements The means of disconnection must be readily accessible but must be. Safety Information Page 1,installed at least 5 feet 1 5 m from the spa. Your spa is provided with a suitably rated circuit breaker to open all ungrounded supply conductors. Your spa uses ground fault circuit interrupters in the electrical subpanel Before each use of the spa and with the unit operating push the. TEST button on each breaker The switch should click over to the Trip position Wait 30 seconds and reset each GFCI breaker by. switching it completely off and then completely on The switch should then stay on If either of the interrupters does not perform in this. manner it is an indication of an electrical malfunction and the possibility of an electric shock Disconnect the power until the fault has. been identified and corrected, NOTE Failure to wait 30 seconds before resetting the GFCI may cause the spa s Power Indicator on the control panel to blink If this. occurs repeat the GFCI test procedure,DANGER RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
Install at least 5 feet 1 5 m from all metal surfaces A spa may be installed within 5 feet of a metal surface if each metal surface is. permanently connected by a minimum No 10 AWG 6 mm solid copper conductor attached to the wire ground connector on the. terminal box that is provided for this purpose if in accordance with National Electrical Code ANSI NMFPA70 1993. Do not permit any electrical appliances such as a light telephone radio or television within 5 feet 1 5 m of a spa Failure to maintain a. safe distance may result in death or serious personal injury due to electrocution if the appliance should fall into the spa. Install your spa is such a way that drainage is away from the electrical compartment and from all electrical components. Be sure your spa is connected to the power supply correctly use a licensed electrical contractor. Disconnect the spa from the power supply before draining the spa or servicing the electrical components. Test the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter s before each use. Replace audio components only with identical components if your spa is equipped with an audio component. Use the spa with the equipment compartment door removed. Place electrical appliances within 5 feet 1 5m of the spa. Use an extension cord to connect the spa to its power source The cord may not be properly grounded and the connection is a shock. hazard An extension cord may cause a voltage drop which will cause overheating of the jet pump motor and motor damage. Attempt to open the electrical control box There are no user serviceable parts inside. Leave audio compartment door open if your spa is equipped with an audio component. RISKS TO AVOID,DANGER RISK OF INJURY, To reduce the risk of injury to persons DO NOT remove suction fittings filter standpipes located in the filter compartment. The suction fittings in the spa are sized to match the specific water flow created by the pump Never replace a suction fitting with one. rated less than the flow rate marked on the original suction fitting. There is a danger of slipping and falling Remember that wet surfaces can be very slippery Take care when entering or exiting the spa. Never operate spa if the suction fittings are broken or missing. People with infectious diseases should not use the spa. Keep any loose articles of clothing or hanging jewelry away from rotating jets or other moving components. Increased side effects of medication, The use of drugs alcohol or medication before or during spa use may lead to unconsciousness with the possibility of drowning. Persons using medications should consult a physician before using a spa some medication may cause a user to become drowsy while. other medication may affect heart rate blood pressure and circulation. Persons taking medications which induce drowsiness such as tranquilizers antihistamines or anticoagulants should not use the spa. Health problems affected by spa use, Pregnant women should consult a physician before using spa. Persons suffering from obesity or with a medical history of heart disease low or high blood pressure circulatory system problems or. diabetes should consult a physician before using spa. Unclean water, Keep the water clean and sanitized with correct chemical care The recommended levels for your Hot Spring spa are. Free Available Chlorine FAC 3 0 5 0 ppm Total Alkalinity 125 150 ppm. Water pH 7 4 7 6 Calcium Hardness 150 200 ppm,Page 2 Safety Information.
Refer to Water Quality and Maintenance section for complete instructions. IMPORTANT Turn on the jet pump for a least ten minutes after adding ANY spa water chemicals into the filter compartment. Clean the filter cartridges monthly to remove debris and mineral buildup which may affect the performance of the hydromassage jets limit. the flow or trip the high limit thermostat which will turn off the entire spa. O w n er s M an u al T h is O w n er s M an u al w ill acq u ain t yo u w ith th e o p eratio n an d g en eral m ain ten an ce o f yo u r n ew sp a W e su g g est th at yo u take so m e tim e to carefu lly review all ten sectio n s P lease keep th is m an u al availab le fo r referen ce If yo u h ave an y q u estio n s ab o u t an y asp ect o f yo u r sp a s set u p o p eratio n o r m

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