Hot Tub Shut Off?

This past week we had some nasty weather here in North Carolina. The majority of the state got heavy rain and some thunder and lightning while parts of the state were hit with a tornado. We hope everyone made it through the storm and no major damage was done. If you’ve gone outside and checked on your hot tub after the storm, there’s a chance that it might not be working. Have no fear, the solution is simple.

Reset your breaker.

Following a bad storm, it’s very common for your electrical outlet to trip, thus shutting off your hot tub. It’s not uncommon for household items to trip/reset during a thunderstorm and your hot tub is no different.

So, after you’ve cleaned off your cover and opened up your HotSpring or Caldera spa, don’t fret if it doesn’t appear to be working. Just go over to the breaker box, see if the switch is stuck in the middle or flipped off, and flip that sucker back on. If your breaker is flipped on and your hot tub still isn’t heating or flowing, don’t hesitate to give us a call. Duane can troubleshoot with you over the phone or Lisa can set up a service call.

Happy Hot Tubbing

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