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LTR20051000, Rev E
8/1/2005

Summary of Contents

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    LTR20051000, Rev E 8/1/2005...

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    Copyright 2004, 2005 California Acrylic Industries, Inc. All rights reserved. Duplication without written consent is strictly prohibited. Cal Spas™, Adjustable Therapy System™, ATS™, Bio-Clean™, Cal Balance™, Cal Entertainment System™, Cal Zone Quest 1000™ and Cal Zone Quest 2000™, Cal Sweep™, Cal Select™, Fitness Spa Series™, Spa Cal™, and XL Heat Exchanger are registered trademarks.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    7000 Electronic Control Operation............... 25 9800 Electronic Control Operation............... 31 Auxiliary Control Operation .................. 36 Adjustable Jets..................... 36 Diverter Knobs ..................... 37 Cal Spas™ Flow Diverter..................37 Air Venturis......................38 Adjustable Therapy System™ ................38 Multi-Colored Spa Light Operation............... 40 Spa Cover ......................41 Aromatherapy.......................

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    Appendix Ultimate Series Spa Lighting and Sensor Installation.......... 64 9800 Configuration Settings................. 69 Keeping Fit with your Cal Spa................72 Replacement Parts....................75 Cal Spas™ Chemicals ..................111 2005 Warranty Information ................112 2005 Spa Owner's Manual Page iv 8/1/2005...

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    Read This First! Read This First! Important Safety Instructions When installing and using this electrical equipment, always follow basic safety precautions. Following these instructions will help make your first spa session a pleasurable one. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to use the spa unless they are supervised at all times.

  • Page 6: Basic Spa Information

    Read This First! • Persons suffering from obesity, a medical history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory system problems or diabetes should consult a physician before using the spa. • Persons using medications should consult a physician before using the spa since some medications may induce drowsiness while others may affect heart rate, blood pressure and circulation.

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    When empty, your spa should be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner, such as Cal Spas™ All Surface Cleaner, and then rinsed thoroughly. See the section “Cleaning and Maintaining Your Spa” for instructions on draining your spa.

  • Page 8: Quick Reference Information

    Read This First! Quick Reference Information 5000 Equipment Filtration Settings and Recommendations F2 = Two hours of filtration every 12 hours. This setting is for occasional spa usage only. F4 = Four hours of filtration every 12 hours. This setting is for light spa usage. (Up to four hours of usage a week) F6 = Six hours of filtration every 12 hours.

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    Before using any chemicals, consult with your physician for possible allergic reactions to the corresponding chemicals. Also, consult with your local Cal Spas™ Dealer for a chemical program that is best suited for your local water condition, climate and usage habits.

  • Page 10: Planning The Best Location For Your Spa

    Preparing for Your New Portable Spa Preparing for Your New Portable Spa Congratulations! You have purchased a Cal Spa. With a little preparation and care, your spa will give you many years of enjoyment. This section has been designed to provide you with all the information you’ll need to ensure a safe, speedy and trouble-free spa delivery and set-up.

  • Page 11: Preparing A Good Foundation For Your Portable Spa

    150 pounds per square foot. Your Cal Spas™ retailer can help you with your foundation and more. Your retailer has a wealth of information and experience about how to get the most out of your spa and can provide you with a full line of accessories that are designed to compliment your spa and increase your enjoyment.

  • Page 12: Electrical Set-up Before Delivery Of Your Spa

    Preparing for Your New Portable Spa Electrical Set-up Before Delivery of Your Spa When installed in the United States, the electrical wiring of this spa must meet the requirements of National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1999 and any applicable state or local codes. The electrical circuit must be installed by an electrical contractor and approved by a local building / electrical inspector.

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    If the GFCI turns off (“trips”) while the spa is in use, press the RESET button. If the GFCI does not reset, unplug the spa and call your local Cal Spas dealer for service. DO NOT USE THE SPA! 2005 Spa Owner's Manual...

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    Preparing for Your New Portable Spa 220 Volt Electrical Installation All 220V spas are required to have a dedicated 50-Amp GFCI breaker and should only be wired by a licensed electrician. To ensure proper wiring of your GFCI, follow these diagrams (Figure 2 and Figure 3). •...

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    Preparing for Your New Portable Spa Figure 3. GFCI Hook-Up 2005 Spa Owner's Manual Page 11 8/1/2005...

  • Page 16: Filling And Powering Up Your Portable Spa

    Preparing for Your New Portable Spa Filling and Powering Up Your Portable Spa Never fill your spa with soft water. Soft water makes it impossible to maintain the proper water chemistry and may cause the water to foam, which will ultimately harm the finish of the spa and void your warranty. 1.

  • Page 17: Electronic Control Operation

    Operating Your Spa Operating Your Spa 1500 Electronic Control Operation Figure 4. 1500 Electronic control panel Temperature Adjustment Range 80°F to 104°F The 1500 electronic control panel (Figure 4) displays the actual water temperature in Fahrenheit. To set the water temperature: •...

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    The first cycle will start after the spa is powered up. The second filtration cycle will begin twelve hours later. The filter cycle duration is preset for two hours. If spa usage is heavy, your Cal Spas™ authorized service technician can reconfigure your system to run two five hour filter cycles.

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    Operating Your Spa 2300 Electronic Control Operation Figure 5. 2300 Electronic Control Panel Initial Start up When first powered up, the system will perform a self-diagnostic check, then it will automatically heat to and maintain 100˚F until you change the set temperature as described in the “Temperature Adjustment” section below.

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    Operating Your Spa NOTE: There is no control panel message displayed while in the standard heating mode, only the actual water temperature is displayed. To switch from the standard to the economy heating mode: • Press either the UP or DOWN button followed by the LIGHT button. •...

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    Operating Your Spa Press the LIGHT button to turn on the light. Press it once again to turn the light off. All optional lighting such as the control panel light and cabinet perimeter lighting is controlled by the LIGHT button and will turn on and off with the spa light.

  • Page 22: And 5300 Electronic Control Operation

    Operating Your Spa 5000 and 5300 Electronic Control Operation Figure 6. 5000 / 5300 Electronic Control Initial Start up When first powered up, the 5000 / 5300 system (Figure 6) performs a self-diagnostic check, then automatically heats to and maintains 100°F until you change the set temperature as described in the “Temperature Adjustment”...

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    Operating Your Spa NOTE: There is no control panel message displayed while in the standard heating mode; only the actual water temperature is displayed. Some spa models are equipped with the exclusive XL Heat Exchanger™, the most efficient spa heater available anywhere.

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    Operating Your Spa • Four times to activate high speed on pumps 2 and 3 • Five times to turn off pumps 2 and 3 Light Press the LIGHT button to turn on the spa light and again to turn the light off. Turbo Press the OPTION button to turn on the turbo system.

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    Operating Your Spa After selecting the desired filtration cycle duration, press the Jets pad to exit the filtration program. The circulating pump and ozone generator (optional) will run during filtration cycles. NOTE: The filtration cycle settings of F8 and FC are only intended for use with the optional Spa Cal™ Filtration System.

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    Operating Your Spa 5200 Electronic Control Operation Figure 7. 5200 Electronic Control Initial Start up When first powered up, the 5200 system (Figure 7) performs a self-diagnostic check, runs at high speed for two seconds, and then switches to low speed to heat to and maintain 100°F until you change the set temperature as described below.

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    Operating Your Spa NOTE: There is no control panel message displayed while in the standard heating mode; only the actual water temperature is displayed. Some spa models are equipped with the exclusive XL Heat Exchanger™, the most efficient spa heater available anywhere.

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    Operating Your Spa Setting Filtration Cycles Your spa will automatically filter itself twice a day. To set the filtration time, turn off the power to the spa at the GFCI breaker. Turn the GFCI breaker back on at the time of day you would like to start the filtration cycle. The first cycle will start after the spa is powered up.

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    Operating Your Spa 7000 Electronic Control Operation When first powered up, the 7000 electronic system (Figure 8) will perform a self-diagnostic check and then it will automatically heat to and maintain a temperature of 100°F (37.5°C) until you change the set temperature as listed in the “Temperature Adjustment”...

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    Operating Your Spa Time When time hasn’t been programmed, the TIME icon flashes. To set the time, press the TIME button and then the MODE/PROG button. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust time. See the next page for more detailed instructions.

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    Operating Your Spa Invert Press the INVERT button to change the numbers in the display to read upside down. Another press returns the display to the right-side-up position. This enables you to read the display while you are in the spa. Locking the Panel To lock the panel: •...

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    Operating Your Spa Ozone This is an optional feature. On most systems, the ozone generator (if installed) runs during filter cycles (except when pump 1 is operating at high speed on a non-circ system) and during clean-up cycles. On some systems, the ozone generator operates whenever the pump runs.

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    Operating Your Spa Message Meaning Action Required “Overheat” - The spa has shut down. DO NOT ENTER THE WATER. Remove the spa One of the sensors has detected 118°F cover and allow water to cool. Once the heater has at the heater. cooled, reset by pushing any button.

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    Operating Your Spa Message Meaning Action Required - - - - - - Temperature not current in Economy In Economy or Sleep mode, the pump may be off for or Sleep mode. hours outside a filter. If you wish to see the current spa temperature, either switch to Standard mode or turn Jets1 on for at least two minutes.

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    Operating Your Spa 9800 Electronic Control Operation When first powered up, the 9800 electronic system (Figure 9) will perform a self-diagnostic check and then it will automatically heat to and maintain a temperature of 100°F (37.5°C) until you change the set temperature as listed in the “Temperature Adjustment”...

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    Operating Your Spa Time When time hasn’t been programmed, the TIME icon flashes. To set the time, press the TIME button and then the MODE/PROG button. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust time. See the next page for more detailed instructions.

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    Operating Your Spa Locking the Panel To lock the panel: • Press TIME, JETS 1, and the UP button within three seconds. When locked, the panel will display “LOCK”. All buttons are frozen except the TIME button. To unlock the panel: •...

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    Operating Your Spa Freeze Protection If the temperature sensors detect a drop to 44°F within the heater, the pump automatically activates to provide freeze protection. The equipment stays on until four minutes after the sensors detect that the spa temperature has risen to 45°F or higher.

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    Operating Your Spa Message Meaning Action Required “Ice” - Potential freeze condition No action required. The pumps and the blower will detected. automatically activate regardless of spa status. Spa is shut down. The sensor that is If the problem persists, contact your dealer or service plugged into the Sensor “B”...

  • Page 40: Auxiliary Control Operation, Adjustable Jets

    Operating Your Spa Auxiliary Control Operation The auxiliary control option is available with the 9800 control only. It is a small panel with four buttons that control certain spa functions, such as primary or additional jets, TV, or lights (Figure 10). It conveniently puts the control of several spa functions at your fingertips without having to get up.

  • Page 41: Diverter Knobs, Cal Spas™ Flow Diverter

    Cal Spas™ Flow Diverter The Cal Spas™ Flow Diverter system (Figure 13) uses one or more motorized valve(s) to vary the jet action between certain zones in the spa. These valve(s) are preset to stop at seven different positions. Those positions are represented by the LED lights on the Flow Diverter control panel.

  • Page 42: Air Venturis, Adjustable Therapy System

    Operating Your Spa Button Functions Every press will move the valve(s) one stop. The LED that is lit will move up (clockwise) to the next available position. Every press will move the valve(s) one stop. The LED that is lit will move down (counter- clockwise) to the next available position.

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    Operating Your Spa Figure 15. Adjustable Therapy System™ seatside control Pump On/Off This button allows the user to turn on and off the ATS™ seat pump. Press this button once to turn the pump on. Once on, the green LED light on the control panel will illuminate, indicating that the system is operational. To turn off the pump, simply press the PUMP ON/OFF button a second time.

  • Page 44: Multi-colored Spa Light Operation

    Operating Your Spa mode. Once the user finds the perfect massage mode, pressing either the UP or DOWN button will stop the demo in that massage mode. Time Reset Mode Pulse mode will normally run for 15 minutes then automatically shut off. For another 15 minute session, press the PUMP ON/OFF button and the PULSE MODE button.

  • Page 45: Spa Cover, Aromatherapy, Waterfalls

    Operating Your Spa Using the Random Light Feature 1. Turn the spa light on by pressing the LIGHT button on the top-side control panel. 2. Cycle through the color range twice. After the last light from the second cycle has been lit, the random light feature turns on and the spa light cycles through each individual light.

  • Page 46: Chemical Maintenance Schedule

    5. Pour in 3oz. of Cal Spas™ Metal Protector to the center of the spa. 6. Sprinkle 2oz. of Cal Spas™ Oxidizer Shock in the center of the spa and leave spa uncovered and turn on the jets for 30 minutes prior to recovering.

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    Clean and treat redwood spa cabinets and gazebos with Nu-Spa redwood stain renewer & brightener. Cal Spas™ Clear Water Plan (Chlorine) This plan and its chemical dosages are intended for Cal Spas™ chemicals only. Most chemical manufacturers use different chemical formulas and strengths. Only Cal Spas™ chemicals are specially formulated to provide chemical balance at lower dosages.

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    Water Quality Maintenance Day Three (Friday) 1. Test spa water using test strips. (Check for valid expiration date.) 2. Add two tablespoons of Granular Chlorine. (Chlorine dissipation will vary with water temperature.) 3. Adjust Total Alkalinity, then the pH if needed. (See pH and Alkalinity sections for more information.) 4.

  • Page 49: Cal Zone Ozonators

    Water Quality Maintenance Cal Zone Ozonators Cal Zone Quest 1000 Ozonator™ Your new Cal Zone Quest 1000 Ozonator™ (Figure 16) is a state-of-the-art bacteria killing machine. This unit will assist you in maintaining clean and clear water, while saving you time and expense with spa chemicals. Operation Your Cal Zone Quest 1000 Ozonator™...

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    Water Quality Maintenance Cal Zone Quest 2000 Ozonator™ Your new Cal Zone Quest 2000 ozonator™ (Figure 17) is a state-of-the-art bacteria killing machine. This unit will assist you in maintaining clean and clear spa water, while saving you time and money with spa chemicals. Figure 17.

  • Page 51: Clean Water With The Cal Clarity™ System

    This section is ONLY for spa owners with the Cal Clarity™ automatic bromine generator. If your spa does not have a Cal Clarity™ bromine generator, you need to read the previous section, which explains the Cal Spas™ Clear Water Plan.

  • Page 52: Water Chemistry For Start-up, Starting Up The Cal Clarity™ Bromine Generator

    Water Quality Maintenance Water Chemistry for Start-Up Before operating the bromine generator, make sure the following water chemistry is established and verified: • TDS (total dissolved solids) must be less than 500 ppm (parts per million) before adding the TRU-BLU sodium bromide bank to the spa’s water.

  • Page 53: Maintaining The Proper Water Chemistry

    Follow the label directions based on the size of your spa. • If the total alkalinity is low, raise it by adding bicarbonate (i.e., baking soda). See your spa dealer for Cal Spas™ chemicals for adjusting your total alkalinity. Total Dissolved Solids The ideal range prior to adding TRU-BLU is 50 - 300 ppm.

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    Water Quality Maintenance Adjusting pH Adjusting pH with Sodium Bisulfate pH Reading Prior to Sodium Bisulfate to Add Chemical Addition: (500 gallon/1850 liter spa) 7.8 - 8.0 ppm 1 ounce 8.0 - 8.2 ppm 1.5 ounces Greater than 8.4 ppm 2 ounces Retest the spa’s pH vale after allowing two hours to pass and repeat the above steps if required.

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    Water Quality Maintenance A. With traditional chemical treatment plans, spas need to be drained and cleaned about every three months in order to remove residue and by-products that accumulates in the water. However, with an automatic bromine generator, the build-up of residue is minimal, and spa owners can go as long as a year without having to drain and refill their spas.

  • Page 56: Cleaning And Maintaining Your Spa Cleaning And Replacing The Filter

    Cal Spas™ filtration system simply draws contaminated water through the exclusive Bio-Clean™ filter removing debris from the water. It then pumps the newly cleaned water back into the spa through various jets.

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    Filters accumulate debris and become prime areas for bacteria growth. The Cal Spas™ exclusive Bio-Clean™ Filter is the only antibacterial filter cartridge on the market today. Having a filter cartridge that prevents bacteria growth is simply added protection for those times you forget to clean the filter.

  • Page 58: Draining Your Portable Spa

    Cleaning and Maintaining Your Spa Draining Your Portable Spa Your spa should be drained every four to six months, and refilled with fresh tap water. The following is the recommended method for draining your spa. 1. Turn off the power at the breaker. 2.

  • Page 59: Winterizing (cold Climate Draining), Cleaning The Cover, Shell And Pillows

    Due to the constant punishment your spa cover and pillows receive, you should protect them by applying Vinyl and Leather Cleaner as part of your monthly maintenance plan. Cal Spas™ Vinyl and Leather Cleaner is specifically designed to protect spa covers and pillows from chemical and ultraviolet light damage. It accomplishes this without leaving an oily residue behind that is normally associated with common automotive vinyl protectants.

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    4. Wipe spa thoroughly with a wet sponge, rinsing often with a bucket of clean water. 5. Allow spa to dry completely. 6. Apply a coat of Cal Spas™ Fast Sheen to the spa’s entire finish with a soft towel or sponge. 7. Allow Fast Sheen to dry until white and powdery.

  • Page 61: Removing And Reseating The Pillows

    4. Wipe spa thoroughly with a wet sponge, rinsing often in a bucket of clean water. 5. Allow the spa to dry completely. 6. Apply a coat of Cal Spas™ Fast Sheen to the spa’s entire finish with a soft cloth or sponge. 7. Allow Fast Sheen to dry until white and powdery.

  • Page 62: The Marine Grade Stereo Receiver

    We strongly recommend that you read these instructions prior to operating the unit. These instructions describe basic functions. See the manufacturer’s operating instructions for other features and functions. These instructions are delivered with the Cal Spas™ owner’s manual in a clear plastic bag. The Marine Grade Stereo Receiver The marine grade audio system uses either the Clarion CMD4 audio system (Figure 24) or the Kenwood KTS- MP400 audio system.

  • Page 63: The Dvd Multimedia Player

    This owner’s manual describes basic functions. See the manufacturer’s operating instructions for other features and functions. These instructions are delivered with the Cal Spas™ owner’s manual in a clear plastic bag. Figure 26. CD / DVD stereo system NOTE: Although the system is encased n a plastic housing with weather seals, the system is NOT marine grade and is NOT waterproof.

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    Using the Cal Entertainment System™ Opening the Player and Playing a Disk 1. Press the OPEN button on the unit. The faceplate will gently lower and expose the disk drive (Figure 27). Figure 27. Opening the faceplate 2. Insert a disk in the disk drive. 3.

  • Page 65: Raising And Lowering The Tv Monitor, Universal Remote Control Operation

    TV channel selection. Universal Remote Control Operation The Cal Spas universal remote (Figure 28) has been pre-programmed to function with the entertainment system the spa has been configured with. However, in case you need to reprogram the remote, use the following device list for the programming code.

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    Using the Cal Entertainment System™ Device Manufacturer Device Type Code JVC 42” plasma Monitor 0731 Signet 15” 0800 Signet 17” 0844 Farenheit 1142 Programming Instructions 1. Locate the brand name of your device. 2. Turn the device manually or with the manufacturer’s remote control provided. 3.

  • Page 67: Topside Remote Controls

    Using the Cal Entertainment System™ • Device selection buttons - Selects among six devices: TV, VCR, CD player, DVD player, stereo receiver, and satellite • Navigation and menu selection buttons - Selects among set-up, menu, and channel guide functions • Channel and volume control - Adjusts the volume up and down and •...

  • Page 68: Ultimate Series Spa Lighting And Sensor Installation

    Appendix Appendix Ultimate Series Spa Lighting and Sensor Installation Ported Spa Light (12V) Ported spas are spas factory installed in a wooden cabinet for above ground installation. Because of this, most of these spas are ordered with a traditional 12V spa light system which requires little on-site installation. In fact the only steps necessary for installation are running two wires from the electrical port (located at the back of the spa) to the control box on the equipment skid.

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    Appendix 1. Locate the topside control panel extension loom in the control box mounted with the equipment pack. This extension loom and attached black terminal connector will be used to connect the topside control panel to the control box. 2. Connect one end of the black terminal connector to the topside control panel cable. 3.

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    Appendix Both of these sensors are delivered inside the control box with the extension loom. Identifying and connecting the two sensors in the correct location on the circuit board is very important. Sensors located incorrectly, will cause the spa to operate incorrectly and could result in spa damage. Identifying and Installation The temperature sensor has a 3/8”...

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    Appendix This sensor is delivered inside the control box with temperature sensor, and topside extension loom. Identifying and connecting the temperature and high limit sensors in the correct location on the circuit board is very important. Sensors located incorrectly, will cause the spa to operate incorrectly and could result in spa damage. Identifying and Installation The temperature sensor has a 3/8”...

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    Appendix Figure 33. AUX freeze sensor locations 2005 Spa Owner's Manual Page 68 8/1/2005...

  • Page 73: Configuration Settings

    Appendix 9800 Configuration Settings WARNING! SHOCK HAZARD! There are no user serviceable parts. DO NOT attempt service of this control system. Contact your dealer or service center for service. DIP Switches and Jumpers Note: Switchbank B is totally disabled. Test mode OFF Add 1 pump with heat Add 2 pumps with heat No edit...

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    Appendix Configuration Settings When DIP switch A10 is turned ON while the spa is powered up and running, the system will enter the Edit menu for configuration settings. • Press any temperature button to scroll through the list of settings shown in the table below. •...

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    Appendix Three Five pump Message Message Description Settings pump pump system system system with Pump 5 Speeds 1 = 1 speed; 2 = 2 speed Pump 6 Speeds 1 = 1 speed; 2 = 2 speed Blower Speeds 0 = Disabled; 1 = On/Off; 2 = 2 Speed; 3 = 3 Speed (This feature only applies when using fiber optic light) Separate Spa Light Button...

  • Page 76: Keeping Fit With Your Cal Spa

    Appendix Keeping Fit with your Cal Spa The fitness series spas put the fun back into fitness. This comes with everything you need for a high powered, low impact, result-getting workout in total comfort and privacy. Plus you get a spa loaded with incredible therapeutic seating, variable jet massage and generous control options, and the most gorgeous cabinetry on the planet.

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    The size and shape of the hot tub, of course, will determine the specific types of exercises you can do in it. Cal Spas™ would like to share some tips on the benefits of warm water therapy.

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    Appendix Wrist Bend Bend both of your wrists upward and then downward. You can also exercise one wrist at a time by placing your free hand, thumb out, under the exercising wrist. Hands and fingers should be relaxed. Finger Curl Curl your fingers into your palm to make a loose fist then straighten them out.

  • Page 79: Replacement Parts

    Appendix Replacement Parts Adjustable and Nonadjustable Jets Power Series Description: CXLW 6.5” Journey Series Insert: PLU21703400 Signature Series PLU21703010 Classic Series Body: Gasket: PLU21703012 Nut: PLU21703013 MJLW 6.5” Journey Series Description: Insert: PLU21703401 Signature Series Body: PLU21703010 Classic Series Gasket: PLU21703012 Nut: PLU21703013...

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    Appendix Power Series w/Stainless Steel Esc. Description: CXLW 6.5” w/metal esc. Journey Series Insert: PLU21703600 Signature Series Body: PLU21703010 Classic Series PLU21703012 Gasket: Nut: PLU21703013 Description: MJLW 6.5” w/metal esc. Journey Series PLU21703601 Signature Series Insert: Body: PLU21703010 Classic Series Gasket: PLU21703012 Nut:...

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    Appendix Maxi Series With Stainless Steel Esc. Description: MFRW 3.25” All spa series Insert: PLU21703606 Body: PLU21703005 Gasket: PLU21702432 Nut: PLU21702433 Description: MFRW 4.25 All spa series Insert: PLU21703618 Body: PLU21703005 Gasket: PLU21702432 Nut: PLU21702433 Micro Series Description: MFW 3.25” Victory Series Journey Series Insert:...

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    Appendix Euro Jets Description: Euro jet 2” Victory Series Aqua Series Insert: PLU21702722 Journey Series Galaxy Series Body: PLU21702721 Signature Series Ultimate Series Gasket: PLU21702724 Home Series Duality Series Nut: PLU21702725 Classic Series Description: Euro jet 2” w/stainless steel Victory Series Aqua Series Insert: PLU21702723...

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    Appendix Light Description: 5” light All spa series Insert: LIT16100153 Gasket: PLU21800401 Nut: PLU21800402 Drains Description: 2” super high flow suction All spa series Insert: PLU21400132 Description: High flow suction Insert: PLU21400065 Description: Bottom Drain Ozone Body: PLU21400195 Gasket: PLU21400198 Nut: PLU21400196 Description:...

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    Appendix Valves Description: 2” diverter valve Journey Series Aqua Series Insert: PLU21300038 Signature Series Galaxy Series Home Series Ultimate Series Classic Series Description: 1”diverter valve Victory Series Aqua Series Insert: PLU21300037 Journey Series Galaxy Series Signature Series Ultimate Series Home Series Duality Series Classic Series Description:...

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    Appendix Pillows Description: Quad blaster pillow Classic Series Insert: ACC01400884 Aqua Series Description: Neck blaster pillow Home Series Insert: ACC01400874 Classic Series Aqua Series Galaxy Series Ultimate Series Description: Cancun pillow (universal urethane) Journey Series Classic Series Insert: ACC01400864 Signature Series Aqua Series Home Series Ultimate Series...

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    Appendix 5.0 BHP 56 FRAME, SWITCHLESS, 2 SPEED DOUBLE SEAL WITH WASH OUT PUM22000951 PUMP 5 HP DUALLY, DBL SEAL SWITCHLESS 2" ULTIMA PUM22000912 PUMP ABATEMENT PAD PUM22900210 24 HOUR FILTRATION PUMP ASSEMBLY (LAING) PUM22000972 PUMP, 6 HP 2 SP SWITCHLESS, DBL SEAL , NO DRESS UP KIT - PARTS PUM22000939 SPA CAL FILTRATION CIRC PUMP, ASSEMBLY PUM22100944...

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    Appendix LIP GUARD 3/4 " GREY NO CHROME HAR13000061 Journey, Signature, Home, Infinity, Classic, Aqua, Galaxy, Ultimate, Duality Ozone CAL ZONE QUEST w/ GREY PLU OZO18000200 Victory, Journey, Signature, Home, Classic OZONE CHECK VALVE OZO18300031 All spa series OZONE CHECK VALVE 3/8 X 3/8 B OZO18102390 All spa series OZONE REPLACEMENT CARTRIDGE OZO18100020 All spa series...

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    Appendix SPA COVERS Victory Series BASIC STANDARD BROWN GREY SLATE RUST SMOKE SLATE V 100 ACC01000590 ACC01000591 ACC01000606 ACC01000592 ACC01000593 ACC01000602 V 200 ACC01001250 ACC01001251 ACC01001252 ACC01000594 ACC01000595 ACC01000603 V 300 ACC01001250 ACC01001251 ACC01001252 ACC01000594 ACC01000595 ACC01000603 V 400 ACC01000910 ACC01000911 ACC01000912 ACC01000596...

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    Appendix Signature Series STANDARD DELUXE RUST SMOKE SLATE RUST SMOKE SLATE S 702 ACC01200460 ACC01200461 ACC01200464 ACU02200500 ACU02200501 ACU02200502 S 703 ACC01200410 ACC01200411 ACC01200412 ACU02200250 ACU02200251 ACU02200256 S 704 ACC01200400 ACC01200401 ACC01200402 ACU02200240 ACU02200241 ACU02200246 S 705 ACC01200462 ACC01200463 ACC01200465 ACU02200510 ACU02200511 ACU02200512...

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    Appendix Infinity series STANDARD DELUXE RUST SMOKE SLATE RUST SMOKE SLATE I-601 ACC01200410 ACC01200411 ACC01200412 ACU02200250 ACU02200251 ACU02200256 I-602 ACC01200410 ACC01200411 ACC01200412 ACU02200250 ACU02200251 ACU02200256 I-603 ACC01200420 ACC01200421 ACC01200422 ACU02200260 ACU02200261 ACU02200266 I-604 ACC01200420 ACC01200421 ACC01200422 ACU02200260 ACU02200261 ACU02200266 CUSTOM COLORS TEAL NAVY HUNTER...

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    Appendix Classic Series BASIC STANDARD GREY BROWN SLATE RUST SMOKE SLATE C BALBOA ACC01001100 ACC01001101 ACC01001102 ACC01200370 ACC01200371 ACC01200373 C KONA ACC01000350 ACC01000351 ACC01000352 ACC01200380 ACC01200381 ACC01200382 C OCTAGON ACC01001400 ACC01001401 ACC01001402 ACC01200457 ACC01200458 ACC01200459 C VISTA ACC01000400 ACC01000401 ACC01000402 ACC01200400 ACC01200401 ACC01200402...

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    Appendix Ultimate Series DELUXE CUSTOM COLORS RUST SMOKE SLATE TEAL NAVY HUNTER CHAMPION ACU02001155 ACU02001159 ACU02001191 ACU02001158 ACU02001156 ACU02001157 OLYMPIAN ACU02200300 ACU02200301 ACU02200305 ACU02200302 ACU02200303 ACU02200304 CHALLENGER Galaxy DELUXE CUSTOM COLORS RUST SMOKE SLATE TEAL NAVY HUNTER GX 49 ACC01200420 ACC01200421 ACC01200422 ACU02200260...

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    Appendix SPA CABINETS Spa Model: Cal Wood (Standard Panels) Door Front Access Round Corner V-100/V150 WOO27500484-R V-200 WOO27513051-R WOO27513049-R WOO27504382-R V-300 WOO27513051-R WOO27513049-R WOO27504382-R V-400 WOO27513044-R WOO27513045-R WOO27518761-R V-500 WOO27513044-R WOO27513045-R WOO27518761-R V-600 WOO27513044-R WOO27513048-R WOO27518761-R V-700 WOO27513044-R WOO27513045-R WOO27518761-R V-800 WOO27513044-R WOO27513045-R...

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    Appendix Side Panel Front Access W/Stereo Complete Set V-100 V-200 WOO27513426 WOO27517567 V-300 WOO27513426 WOO27517567 V-400 WOO27513441 WOO27517569 V-500 WOO27513441 WOO27517569 V-600 WOO27513451 WOO27517572 V-700 WOO27513441 WOO27517569 V-800 WOO27513441 WOO27517569 Spa Model: Cal Select: Smoke (Optional Panel) Door Front Access Round Corner V-100 V-200...

  • Page 95

    Appendix Spa Model: Cal Select: Gray:(Standard Panel) Door Front Access Round Corner J-501 WOO27513344 WOO27513385 WOO27513332 J-502 WOO27513348 WOO27513388 WOO27513326 J-503 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 J-504 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 J-505 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 J-506 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 J-507 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 J-508 WOO27513349 WOO27513376...

  • Page 96

    Appendix Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set S-702 WOO27504602-R WOO27502088-R WOO27517581-R S-703 WOO27516381-R WOO27515143-R S-704 WOO27516381-R WOO27501642-R WOO27517599-R S-705 WOO27518942-R WOO27516381-R WOO27517491-R S-706 WOO27504602-R WOO27502088-R WOO27517581-R S-707 WOO27518940-R WOO27515646-R S-708 WOO27518940-R WOO27515646-R S-709 WOO27501642-R WOO27518942-R WOO27500226-R Spa Model: Redwood: Greywash Door Front Access Round Corner...

  • Page 97

    Appendix Spa Model: Cal Select: Grey Door Front Access Round Corner S-702 WOO27513341 WOO27513368 WOO27513324 S-703 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 S-704 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 S-705 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 S-706 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 S-707 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 S-708 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 S-709 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328...

  • Page 98

    Appendix Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set H-901-1 WOO27513587 WOO27513589 WOO27513595 H-902 WOO27513452 WOO27513442 WOO27517596 H-903 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 H-904 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 H-905 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 H-906 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 H-907 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 H-908 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 Spa Model: Cal Select: Grey Door Front Access Round Corner H-901-1 WOO27513591...

  • Page 99

    Appendix Spa Model: Redwood Door Front Access Round Corner D-301 WOO27504322-R WOO27519801-R WOO27519802-R D-302 WOO27519811-R WOO27519812-R WOO27519813-R D-303 WOO27504332-R WOO27502087-R WOO27504382-R D-304 WOO27504330-R WOO27516289-R WOO27518760-R D-305 WOO27504330-R WOO27516289-R WOO27518760-R D-306 WOO27504332-R WOO27502087-R WOO27504382-R D-307 WOO27504332-R WOO27502087-R WOO27504382-R D-308 WOO27514280-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R Side Panel Back Panel...

  • Page 100

    Appendix Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set D-301 WOO27513444 WOO27513316 WOO27517558 D-302 WOO27513446 WOO27513318 WOO27517557 D-303 WOO27513432 WOO27513421 WOO27517525 D-304 WOO27513442 WOO27513437 WOO27517551 D-305 WOO27513437 WOO27513442 WOO27517686 D-306 WOO27513442 WOO27517570 D-307 WOO27513442 WOO27517570 D-308 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 Spa Model: Cal Select : Grey Door Front Access Round Corner...

  • Page 101

    Appendix Spa Model: Redwood Door Front Access Round Corner I-601 WOO27504330-R WOO27516289-R WOO27518760-R I-602 WOO27504330-R WOO27516289-R WOO27518760-R I-603 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R I-604 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set I-601 WOO27516381-R WOO27515143-R I-602 WOO27516381-R WOO27515143-R I-603 WOO27518940-R WOO27515646-R I-604 WOO27518940-R WOO27515646-R...

  • Page 102

    Appendix Spa Model: Cal Select: Smoke Door Front Access Round Corner I-601 WOO27513303 WOO27513433 WOO27513306 I-602 WOO27513303 WOO27513433 WOO27513306 I-603 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 I-604 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set I-601 WOO27513461 WOO27517574 I-602 WOO27513461 WOO27517574 I-603 WOO27513462 WOO27517576 I-604...

  • Page 103

    Appendix Spa Model: Redwood : Greywash Door Front Access Round Corner CB-15 WOO27504336-G WOO27502922-G WOO27504382-G CK-15 WOO27504333-G WOO27504402-G WOO27504382-G CO-15 WOO27500400-G Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set Molding CB-15 WOO27502962-G WOO27502782-G WOO27517690-G CK-15 WOO27504662-G WOO27504602-G WOO27504602-G WOO27504642-G WOO27504622-G CO-15 WOO27500400-G WOO27500342-G Spa Model: Cal Select: Red Door...

  • Page 104

    Appendix Spa Model: Redwood Door Front Access Round Corner CP-22 WOO27504330-R WOO27516289-R WOO27518760-R CT-22 WOO27504330-R WOO27516289-R WOO27518760-R CV-22 WOO27504330-R WOO27501562-R WOO27518761-R CA-22 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R CBA-22 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R CD-22 WOO27504334-R WOO27518821-R WOO27518741-R CL-22 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R CM-22 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R Side Panel Back Panel...

  • Page 105

    Appendix Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set CP-22 WOO27513442 WOO27517570 CT-22 WOO27513442 WOO27517570 CV-22 WOO27513442 WOO27513437 WOO27517534 CA-22 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 CBA-22 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 CD-22 WOO27513454 WOO27517539 W/ TOP RAIL CL-22 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 CM-22 WOO27513452 WOO27517575 Spa Model: Cal Select : Grey Door Front Access Round Corner...

  • Page 106

    Appendix Spa Model: Stone cabinet : Gold Side Panel Round Corner Complete Set CP-22 CT-22 CV-22 CA-22 WOO27519200 WOO27519210 WO27519208 CBA-22 WOO27519200 WOO27519210 WO27519208 CD-22 WOO27519200 WOO27519210 WO27519208 CL-22 WOO27519200 WOO27519210 WO27519208 CM-22 WOO27519200 WOO27519210 WO27519208 Spa Model: Stone Cabinet : Sable Side Panel Round Corner Complete Set...

  • Page 107

    Appendix Spa Model: Redwood : Greywash Door Front Access Round Corner CP-36 WOO27504330-G WOO27516289-G WOO27518760-G CT-36 WOO27504330-G WOO27516289-G WOO27518760-G CA-36 WOO27504330-G WOO27518840-G WOO27518760-G CBA-36 WOO27504330-G WOO27518840-G WOO27518760-G CD-36 WOO27504334-G WOO27518821-G WOO27518741-G CL-36 WOO27504330-G WOO27518840-G WOO27518760-G CM-36 WOO27504330-G WOO27518840-G WOO27518760-G CN-36 WOO27504330-G WOO27518842-G WOO27518761-G...

  • Page 108

    Appendix Spa Model: Cal Select : Grey Door Front Access Round Corner CP-36 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 CT-36 WOO27513349 WOO27513374 WOO27513328 CA-36 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 CBA-36 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 CD-36 WOO27513355 WOO27513391 WOO27513334 CL-36 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 CM-36 WOO27513349 WOO27513376 WOO27513328 CN-36 WOO27513349 WOO27513376...

  • Page 109

    Appendix Spa Model: Stone Cabinet : Sable Side Panels Round Corner Complete Set CP-36 CT-36 CA-36 WOO27519201 WOO27519211 WOO27519209 CBA-36 WOO27519201 WOO27519211 WOO27519209 CD-36 WOO27519201 WOO27519211 WOO27519209 CL-36 WOO27519201 WOO27519211 WOO27519209 CM-36 WOO27519201 WOO27519211 WOO27519209 CN-36 CE-36 Spa Model: Redwood: Door Front Access Round Corner...

  • Page 110

    Appendix Spa Model: Cal Select : Red Door Front Access Round Corner CP-51 WOO27513350 WOO27513375 WOO27513329 CT-51 WOO27513350 WOO27513375 WOO27513329 CA-51 WOO27513350 WOO27513377 WOO27513329 CBA-51 WOO27513350 WOO27513377 WOO27513329 CL-49 WOO27513350 WOO27513377 WOO27513329 CM-47 WOO27513350 WOO27513377 WOO27513329 CN-36 WOO27513350 WOO27513377 WOO27513329 CE-36 WOO27513356 WOO27513392...

  • Page 111

    Appendix Spa Model: Cal Select : Smoke Door Front Access Round Corner CP-51 WOO27513303 WOO27513433 WOO27513306 CT-51 WOO27513303 WOO27513433 WOO27513306 CA-51 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 CBA-51 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 CL-49 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 CM-47 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 CN-36 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 CE-36 WOO27513355 WOO27513391...

  • Page 112

    Appendix Spa Model: Redwood Door Front Access Round Corner SQ-92 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R SQ-88 WOO27504330-R WOO27518840-R WOO27518760-R SQ-43 WOO27504330-R WOO27518842-R WOO27518761-R SQ-63 WOO27504330-R WOO27518842-R WOO27518761-R Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set SQ-92 WOO27518940-R WOO27515646-R SQ-88 WOO27518940-R WOO27515646-R SQ-43 WOO27501642-R WOO27518940-R WOO2750026-R WOO27501643-R SQ-63...

  • Page 113

    Appendix Spa Model: Cal Select : Smoke Door Front Access Round Corner SQ-92 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 SQ-88 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 SQ-43 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 SQ-63 WOO27513303 WOO27513455 WOO27513306 Side Panel Back Panel Complete Set SQ-92 WOO27513462 WOO27517576 SQ-88 WOO27513462 WOO27517576 SQ-43 WOO27513487 WOO27513462...

  • Page 114

    Appendix Spa Model: Redwood Door Front Access Round Corner SKS24 WOO27500128-R WOO27510635-R SKS25 SKS47 WOO27510634-R WOO27510633-R WOO27510635-R Side Panel Back Panel Port Panel Complete Set SKS24 WOO27500136-R WOO27510636-R WOO27510632-R WOO27500116-R WOO27500137-R SKS25 SKS47 WOO27510630-R WOO27510636-R WOO27510632-R WOO27517991-R WOO27510631-R Spa Model: Redwood: Greywash Door Front Access Round Corner...

  • Page 115: Cal Spas™ Chemicals

    Appendix Cal Spas™ Chemicals 2005 Spa Owner's Manual Page 111 8/1/2005...

  • Page 116: Warranty Information

    Appendix 2005 Warranty Information See your Cal Spas™ dealer for a copy of the applicable warranty, details, and any questions you may have regarding the warranty coverage on your spa. Warranty Limitations The 2005 Limited Warranty is void if the spa has been subject to negligence, alteration, misuse, abuse, repairs by non-C.A.I.

  • Page 120

    Please make a record of the following. It will be valuable if service is required. Cal Spa Model: Cal Spa Serial Number: Date Purchased: Date Installed: Cal Spa Dealer’s Phone Number: Cal Spa Dealer’s Address: C.A.I. Customer Service Department 1462 East Ninth Street Pomona, CA 91766 Toll Free: 1-800-CAL-SPAS Fax: 1-909-629-3890...

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