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    Sta-rite SR400NA

    It has been taking about 3.5-4 hours to bring my spa up to temperature (102 deg.).

    I had my pool maintenance guy look at the heater. He checked the sensors and they appear to be fine.

    What we noticed is that the heater goes on fine and the "Heating" red LED lights up, but then after anywhere from 10 mins. to much more time the "Service Heater" red LED lights up. However, my maintenance guy says that the unit should typically show a code on the heater that indicates what is wrong and why the "Service Heater" LED has come on. This is not happening.

    Any idea what could be wrong with the unit? It is about 8-9 years old.

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    Re: Sta-rite SR400NA

    Did they look at the board under the top of the unit to see if an LED's were lit up? If not, that is what needs to be done.
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    Re: Sta-rite SR400NA

    Yes...Any other ideas on what could be wrong with the unit?

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    Re: Sta-rite SR400NA

    Have your guy check the thermostatic by-pass. Look for (any) corrosion.
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    Re: Sta-rite SR400NA

    Quote Originally Posted by Pool Clown View Post
    Have your guy check the thermostatic by-pass. Look for (any) corrosion.
    Looks like it is the thermal regulator. THX

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    Re: Sta-rite SR400NA

    Quote Originally Posted by tminasian View Post
    Looks like it is the thermal regulator. THX
    Thermal regulator, thermostatic bypass, same thing, sorry for the confusion.
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    Re: Sta-rite SR400NA

    Quote Originally Posted by Pool Clown View Post
    Thermal regulator, thermostatic bypass, same thing, sorry for the confusion.
    Thanks for your expertise...really appreciate your support.

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