stulzerl wrote:vita tech here. any questions about your vita spa can be asnwered here!
JCoop wrote:Hello, I have a L700 (Allure I think) and have been having "FLO" message problems. I have replaced the flo switch and recirculation pump and solved it temporarily. It runs well but when I switch on the jets, the rear jets don't work now and the FLO message reappears. I suspect it may be time for a new jet pump as well. I need a schematic and a prts layout so I know where theis pump is located, and tips on troubleshooting the jet pump. I was going to switch the plugs between the 2 main pumps to isolate the problem...
Donnags wrote:stulzerl wrote:vita tech here. any questions about your vita spa can be asnwered here!
I have a Vita L 700 series refilled it after empty all summer FLO message Openend up front panel to find white crusted coating (like a lime) all over the heater alloy and some pipes etc. Cleaned it off FLO message persisits Any ideas
mooncreature wrote:Just moved in,when we turn on the breaker jets go on and stay on.no info on display,Where do I start? series 100 Thanks in advance...
Billys12508 wrote:I have a Vita Nuage that is just less then a year old and am having a heating problem.
The Temp is set for 91 and I cannot get the water temp to come below 100.
The heater does not seem to be coming on as the symbol on the display is not there. I have
open the side and touched all of the pumps. The pump directly behind the control boards is hot, but I can keep my hand on it.
Is it a pump problem a heater problem.
Because of what is going on at Vita the dealer I bought it from basically tells me I am on my own for help.
lonnie904 wrote:i have a 2006 vita spa L700c, pump will run on lower speed when you turn it up it makes a loud hum noise and shuts off with a flo code. i removed the cabinet, pump one runs normal, when you turn pump 2 and 3 on they barely turn, checked for blockage or binding pump 2 and 3 turn freely, pump 1 runs fine on speed 1, when you go to speed 2, that's when you get the noise and shut down. thanks for any help.
kiwiaudio wrote:I'm trying to save an old L200 and it is interesting !
It has a topside mounted hole with an acrylic cover loosely mounted. Water blasts out of this blowhole 30' in the air ! Are my divertor valves plugged? I only have the one topside mounted valve for water control i think (Power 1, Power 2, and Therapy).
The other top mounted valves are air flow right (open and closed) ??
Any ideas ?
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