1. GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER - the GFCI is a device required for all portable spas or hot tubs as specified in the national electric code article 680. The GFCI is designed to provide against potential electrical shock hazard should fault occur. The GFCI may be installed at the electric service panel, a separate sub-panel or built into your control box.
2. HIGH LIMIT SWITCH - a safety switch that will shut the heater off if the temperature within the heater reaches a factory-set, non adjustable limit. Push to reset, if it trips repeatedly call a service technician.
3. THERMOSTAT - the thermostat regulates the water temperature of your spa or hot tub.
4. CONTROL BOX - the control box contains all the electrical components necessary to operate your spa or hot tub, it also contains the field wiring compartment.
5. 2-SPEED PUMP - the automatically controlled low speed is for filtration and heating. The high speed is for hydrotherapy jet action.
6. BLOWER - the blower provides the bubbling action in your spa or hot tub.
7. JET PUMP - the jet pump has two speeds. The low speed is automatically controlled by the time clock and thermostat for filtration and heating. The high speed is for hydrotherapy jet action.
8. HEATER ASSEMBLY - the stainless steel housing contains an electrical heating element as well as a safety flow switch.