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    Heater Came On by Itself - Aqualink RS

    Its not my day today. I put the system in Service Mode from the Aqualink RS controller, started the filter pump and the heater came on by itself. I did not push the heater button and also, the red light on the Aqualink control panel for the heater was not lit up.

    Any thoughts..Thanks!
    10,000 gallon IG pebble pool, 1,200 gallon raised spa, built 2006, Hayward Mega Plus 700 cartridge filter, Hayward Northstar SP4015NS 1.5hp pump, Hayward Super II 2.5hp spa pump w/blower, Jandy AquaLink RS, SpaLink RS controller, A&A Quik Leveler, Quik Clean In-floor cleaning/leaf vac, Laars LX 400 heater, Fiberstars 6004 fiber optic light. Massive delamination of ShastaDeck cool decking.

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    Re: Heater Came On by Itself - Aqualink RS

    Unplug the spalink see what happens

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    Re: Heater Came On by Itself - Aqualink RS

    unplug from the spa end or within Aqualink? Thanks
    10,000 gallon IG pebble pool, 1,200 gallon raised spa, built 2006, Hayward Mega Plus 700 cartridge filter, Hayward Northstar SP4015NS 1.5hp pump, Hayward Super II 2.5hp spa pump w/blower, Jandy AquaLink RS, SpaLink RS controller, A&A Quik Leveler, Quik Clean In-floor cleaning/leaf vac, Laars LX 400 heater, Fiberstars 6004 fiber optic light. Massive delamination of ShastaDeck cool decking.

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    Re: Heater Came On by Itself - Aqualink RS

    Easiest from the Aqualink.
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