The lights on my Hot Spring spa are blinking. What should I do?
I can't find the information I want in the owner's manual. Where else can I look?
Where can I get a replacement owner's manual for my spa?
I want to use a bromine floater in my spa; why do you specifically recommend against the use of a floater?
I want to use aromatherapy oils in my spa. Will using these oils void my warranty?
I am considering buying a spa and don't understand the difference between wiring it to be 110v or 230v. How do I decide?
With a 110v unit, the heater will not come back on until you turn off the jets. If your new spa is going to be “party central” with several people in and out of the spa over a few hours, you might be happier with a 230v hookup. If your spa is going to be a quiet refuge for one or two people who enjoy a hot water soak with no jets, then a 110v unit might be best. Also, you need to consider whether you are installing your spa indoors or outdoors and whether you plan to use it year-round. Since many different factors go into this decision, give your dealer or Hot Spring Consumer Service team a call before you buy. We’ll be glad to provide the information you need to make the best decision for your spa enjoyment.