Jandy Pool & Spa - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues

check internal bypass in header see if spring broken lack of water flow thru unit

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Sep 21, 2019 | 59 views

check under top there should be a flue fusible link possibly blown that's to safety circuit if blown unit possibly overheating check gas pressure or burn tubes for blockage

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Sep 15, 2019 | 85 views

One of your actuators more likely the suction side is bad or the toggle switch on the bottom or side of the actuator is in the off position.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Jun 17, 2019 | 81 views

power aqualink system down all breakers turn off PDA then thurn aqualink back on then PDA should work if not need more info

Jandy Aqualink... | Answered on Jun 13, 2019 | 1,514 views

It is very likely that your exhaust Fuselink is faulty. There are two types of fuselink used on the LXI, commonly called the upper (exhaust) high temp and the lower (combustion intake) low temp. Make sure you purchase the correct part for the right location and ALWAYS turn off the power to the heater when changing the sensor.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Jun 12, 2019 | 102 views


Service code FL1, "temperature sensor shorted", will reset after the short has been repaired, or a new sensor installed. The display will show the normal operating icons.


Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Jun 08, 2019 | 161 views

This is a highly complex computer controlled device. Please, refer to the above site for a copy of the installation and start up procedures. Normal operation is on page 20. https://www.jandy.com/-/media/zodiac/global/downloads/l/l0858.pdf
Please, refer to this website for detailed trouble shooting procedures, or contact a trained service technician for assistance.
He will have the tools, training, and talent to repair this device.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on May 24, 2019 | 73 views

Check your salt level in pool. Also make sure that the wires going in to the cell are making good connection.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Mar 31, 2019 | 758 views

The fuse link is a device that will open when over heated. If the exhaust temp is to high it will open and is a one time device. It can not be reset it must be replaced with a high temp fuse link made for the exhaust location. It will have a red mark on it indicating high temp.
Low gas pressure can cause a lean fuel condition that may cause the exhaust temp to rise enough to trip the link. I would also check for scale inside the heat exchanger. Scale inside the heat exchanger will not allow for proper heat transfer to the water, this will cause excess heat to be present in the exhaust. Proper water balance and flow are very important.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Mar 03, 2019 | 1,192 views

make sure they are on then in pool position the off should face spa in spa the off should face pool

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Feb 09, 2019 | 128 views

Low refrigerant or a bad sensor. Need a pro to look at it.

Jandy Air Energy... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019 | 114 views

Your unit is more than likely going into Defrost mode. The defrost sensor is mounted to the coil, should be down low on the right. You should get a new sensor and replace it. You have already replaced the board so the sensor is either bad or you may have another issue.
If the fan is not operation properly you are not getting proper air flow thru the coil, the coil can then freeze.
If you are operating the heater in very cold weather it could freeze.
If your coil is not clean and air can not flow thru the coil it will freeze.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Feb 09, 2019 | 80 views

The low temp device is mounted inside the intake down below. Remove the large panel at the bottom, about a dozen 5/16" screws from the front. You will find the fusible link mounted to the back wall.
The second one is mounted in the exhaust near the top on the left side. Remove the top plate of the exhaust, 4-5/16" black screws and look down inside about 4 to 5 inches, on the left. The exhaust is the high temp fusible link.
You can test them with a meter to see if they are open or closed. I would focus on the exhaust link first and sometimes you can jump the link out to test the circuit. Only jump to test and not for usage or operation of heater.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Feb 09, 2019 | 461 views

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