This is an instructional guide outlining the steps to replace the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter found on all Plug & Play Spas (includes Portables and Acrylics).
A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) or Residual Current Device (RCD) is a device used to reduce the risk of electric shock.
It shuts off an electric circuit when it detects that current is flowing along an unintended path, possibly through water or through a person.
Over time the GFCI will need to be replaced depending on use and environment.
NOTE: Do not plug the GFCI into an extension cord. Your spa should be plugged directly into a dedicated household outlet to reduce chances of damage.
Please also ensure that the plug makes full contact with the outlet.
If water gets into the GFCI plug, it will cause it to trip. Be sure to protect the plug from rain/snow.
Making the Right Connections
Below are examples of POOR CONNECTIONS
If you require any further assistance, please contact Customer Service.