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    Help with Sundance Altamar

    I am moving my hot tub and want to go to the 60 amp service so I can run both pumps and the heater at the same time. I have run all the wire to the disconnect and the hot tub with 60 amp service. My question is on the jumper JP9 #7, it shows that needs to be jumped for 60 amp service. Is that all I have to do or do I have to remove another jumper that was set for 50 amp as it was originally configured? Sundance told me that JP9 #7 needed to be jumped, which I did, I'm just wondering if I have to do anything else. The jumper was already there it was just on one pin I simply put it on both pins, I'm thinking that is all I have to do but I want to know if somebody can confirm. Thanks for any help. I have yet to fill my hot tub, I want to make sure this before I apply the power.


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    Re: Help with Sundance Altamar

    I am not familiar with that spa but I would trust what the mfg is saying, I expect they would specify all steps required. Unlikely that anything will be fried anyway. It will most likely either work as expected or not. Then you can proceed from there.
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    Re: Help with Sundance Altamar

    It is working properly. Nice to have heat working with both pumps running.


    ~14K gallon - AquaRite AQR15 SWG - pool Newly plastered on April 9 2016
    TF100 kit - STA-RITE SYSTEM3 Modular Media Filtration - Model S8M150
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    Doheny's Discovery Automatic Robotic Cleaner/Pentair Model 011018 VS Pump
    Sundance Altamar Hot tub separate from pool / central Oklahoma

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    Re: Help with Sundance Altamar

    It is definitely hot tub weather!
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    Re: Help with Sundance Altamar

    Quote Originally Posted by pooldv View Post
    It is definitely hot tub weather!
    It sure is. Nice to soak the body after being out in the cold blowing snow !!
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