California Cooperage 105 Hot Tub Troubleshooting

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The California Cooperage 105 hot tub features enough space to comfortably fit five people and 27 fully adjustable jets for customized use. Although full of features, the 105 uses a simple control panel, which makes its operation fairly straightforward. However, problems can occur. Fortunately, most common problems typically require only minor adjustments.

Heater Does Not Operate

Fill the spa with tap water through the filter hole on the weir door until the water level reaches the fill line on the door. Do not fill the spa with “softened” water, which can alter the chemical balance of the water and potentially harm the spa’s plumbing fittings.

Ensure that the structure’s circuit breaker is turned to the “ON” position.

Raise the programmed temperature to active the heater. Press the “JETS 1” pad on the control panel, then allow approximately two minutes to pass for the current water temperature to appear on the digital display. Press the “TEMP” pad on the control panel to show the current temperature setting. Press the “TEMP” button until the temperature setting is higher than the current water temperature. Each time the “TEMP” key is pressed, the temperature setting will increase by one degree.

No Water Flow from Jets

Fill the spa with tap water through the filter hole on the weir door until the water level reaches the fill line on the door. Do not fill the spa with “softened” water, which can alter the chemical balance of the water and potentially harm the spa’s plumbing fittings.

Remove the filter basket cover to expose the filter.

Insert a garden hose into the hole in the center of the filter.

Turn the hose on while holding the hose in place. The water from the hose will flow through the pump and force any air pockets out.

Low Water Flow from Jets

Press the “JETS 1” button on the control panel twice to activate the primary pump, or the “JETS 2” button to activate the therapy pump.

Rotate the ring which surrounds the face of each jet in a counterclockwise direction to open the jets.

Remove any debris from the bottom of the spa, particularly the area surrounding the suction opening.

Rinse the spa’s filter with clean water to remove any filter clogs. The filter is located behind the skimmer in the filter canister. Replace the filter if it is no longer white in color. Rinsed the filter every 90 days.

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References

  • “California Cooperage Hot Tubs Owner’s Manual”; MAAX Spas Industries; 2009
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