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    Aug 2010
    Easton, CT

    Sundance Spa Control Panel

    We had a thunderstorm on Tuesday night which caused the lights to flicker, but we did not lose power. One day later, I went to use the spa and the control panel would not respond. I have attached a picture of the control panel below. I have reset the circuit breaker and nothing happened. I'm wondering if the control board is fried and if anyone has experienced a similar issue. Thanks for your help.


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    Jul 2013
    Fletcher, OK

    Re: Sundance Spa Control Panel

    how your power went out is just about the worst thing that can happen to electronics.. it is basically a spike in electricity and loves to fry things...

    You may be able to replace the controller but it may also be the motherboard that is fried..

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