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Thread: Jandy spa/pool heater temp sensor failure replacement part

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    Nov 2012
    Davenport, FL

    Jandy spa/pool heater temp sensor failure replacement part

    Last week we started getting an error message on our Jandy LXi heater. The message indicated a shorted sensor.

    Apparently this is a fairly common problem.

    I went looking for a Jandy replacement and found that a Jandy branded replacement was over $60.00.

    I kept looking and came across a guy on e-bay selling a replacement unit that he produces on his home 3D printer. He sells them for $20.00. I was a little skeptical but went ahead and bought one.

    It came in the mail today and I had it installed in about 10 minutes following the pictures on the instructions sheet he provided. It's working perfectly. What a great find.

    I'm a very happy customer who'd like to give fellow pool/spa owners a heads up on a nice way to save money if/when your Jandy temp sensor fails.

    Go to Ebay and search for :

    Zodiac R0456500 Temperature Sensor Replacement Alternative
    12,000 gallon gunite, pool/spa, construction finished 2/2013, Stonescapes mini-pebble Tropics Blue, Aqualink RS, I-Aqualink, Aquapure PLC 1400 SWG, Jandy - ePump 1.5hp VSP

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    Jun 2011
    Midland TX

    Re: Jandy spa/pool heater temp sensor failure replacement part

    Thanks for the info, Im sure someone else is looking too.
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