Hi, my name is ***** ***** I have been in the home improvement and repair field for 20 years. I will be very glad to help you today. If you remove the filter and try without the filter does it work then? I am not suggesting this as a solution but as a test.
The jets will still not come on? Is it full enough that all the jets are under water?
The circulation pump will not come on?
Alright, thank you for the information. If you run the hose for a second into the filter housing then there may be an air bubble in there preventing the flow sensor from sensing the water.
It is a tap symbol and not a thermometer symbol?
If you loosen the massage selector cap do you hear air hiss out?
You may not have the Jacuzzi model with a massager then.
How about if you repeatedly push the JETS! button. I still have to think that there is an air lock causing the issue. It is either that or the flow sensor is failed and needing replacing. There is either air around the sensor or the sensor has failed. Pushing the JETS1 button repeatedly may push the air out also.
This is Jacuzzi correct?
There is no other code displayed like FLO? FLC?
No problem here. Is there any other message displayed such as FLO or FLC?
Interesting that only a symbol is displayed. The pressure switch is not registering that the water is in the lines. The diaphragm in the pressure switch is probably dried out or sticking. It is mounted on the heater.
You can jump the contacts on the pressure switch with a piece of wire to see if the message goes away but do not do it for long just in case there is an air pocket in the heater causing the pressure switch to not switch.
It is not repairable you will have to replace the pressure switch.
Yes you certainly do.
Sorry for the long trip to get there. I just wanted to be sure.
You are very welcome.
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i have changed the pressure switch,but i still have the crossed out tap sign as an error and the heater or jets still dont work?
Alright, are you able to test for power at the pump with a multi-meter? If you are not familiar with testing voltages they do have a tool that lights up when near voltage that is perfect for the novice voltage tester.