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Thread: Jandy, Crank up the Heat!

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    Tucson, AZ

    Jandy, Crank up the Heat!

    Anyone know how to bypass the max setting of 104F for the Spa on a Jandy RS8? Sure, I could throw a bag of ice on the inline temperature probe or even dork with the calibration setting but I would rather a more elegant solution. In an ideal world, I would be able to set a higher target temp.

    I appreciate your thoughts.

    - Flappy
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    Re: Jandy, Crank up the Heat!

    Not safe to exceed 104. I recommend that you do not do this.
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    Midland TX

    Re: Jandy, Crank up the Heat!

    We recommend that you not do this even if there is a way. It really isn't a good idea for safety reasons so you are on your own if you choose to bypass it.

    Sorry, but we can't go along on this one. Thread will be closed.
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