What does Flo mean on my Sundance spa?

What does Flo mean on my Sundance spa?

Flow Switch
FLO. Stands for Flow Switch. Means that the flow switch is malfunctioning or the flow of water is being inhibited. The heater is deactivated and filter/circulation may be deactivated, also. Check for clogged filter and proper water levels in the hot tub.

What is a FLO code on a hot tub?

If you have a Hot Tub FLO Error Code, this usually means there is an issue with water flow in your hot tub.

How do you reset the pressure switch on a hot tub?

Some adjustable pressure switches have an Adjustment Screw of grey plastic that accepts a small skinny flathead. Turn the screw slowly to the left, counter-clockwise, to reduce the minimum required pressure. Turn it slowly just barely beyond the point where the heater turns On.

What does flow error mean?

My hot tub has a flow error. All hot tubs are equiped with a way of detecting that there is water flowing through the heater. This is a safety system to make sure that the heater doesn’t overheat, which could potentially burn out the heater, or even a cause a fire under your spa.

Why does my pool heater say Flo?

The FLO code is indicating that the filter pump has stopped the flow of water to your heat pump. The heat pump cannot heat without water flow so it will turn itself off until the filter pump timer turns back on giving the heat pump the water flow it needs.

Is Sundance a good hot tub brand?

Sundance Spas has a variety of quality hot tub options, particularly at the higher end of the spectrum, but if you’re after an endurable and high quality model to add some luxury to your life, this is our top pick.

Should I turn my hot tub down when not in use?

Hot tub temperature when not in use If you’re not going to be using your hot tub for an extended period, avoid turning it off completely and keep it at a lower temperature of around 30°C. Turning off your hot tub isn’t necessary as this can use more energy when reheating it and will be less cost efficient.

How do I know if my flow switch is bad?

”No Flow” light coming on probably means the cell’s flow switch has gone bad. Verify that the pump is running first (water is actually flowing through the line). If “No Flow” stays on the flow switch needs replacing. ”Flow” LED turning from green to red means water flow through the system has been disrupted.