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Owner's manual
J - 4 0 0 ™ C o l l e c t i o n
J - 460
J - 465
J - 470
J - 480
2530-442w rev. e

Summary of Contents

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    Owner’s manual J - 4 0 0 ™ C o l l e c t i o n J - 460 J - 465 J - 470 J - 480 2530-442w rev. e...

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    Congratulations on the purchase of your new Jacuzzi® spa! The following is a list of automated functions performed by your spa. These functions are listed below in an attempt to suppress any operational concerns you may have during the first 24 hours of ownership! Also listed below are important maintenance recommendations you should observe on a regular basis to protect your new investment.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Submenu ... 40 10.6 AUX Submenu ... 41 10.7 USB Submenu ... 42 10.8 NAND Submenu ... 44 10.9 FM Radio Submenu... 45 10.10 AM Radio Submenu ... 47 10.11 CD Submenu ... 49 ©Jacuzzi Hot Tubs, Inc. All Rights Reserved J-400...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    J-400 11.0 Operating Instructions ... 50 11.1 J-1000™ Control Panel ... 50 11.2 Activate Jets Pump ... 50 11.3 Activate Lights ... 51 11.4 Optional Exterior Lighting ... 53 11.5 Adjusting Individual Jet Flow ... 53 11.6 Adjusting PowerPro™ MX2 Jets ... 53 11.7 Adjusting RX Jets ...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Typical spa wiring Diagrams ... 80 18.1 Wiring diagram for North American 60 Hz Models Only ... 80 19.0 Optional Jacuzzi J-1000™ audio system stereo system Features .. 81 19.1 J-1000 Audio System Sound System Controls ... 81 19.2 J-1000 Audio System Sound System Operation ... 82 19.3...

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  • Page 7: Important Spa Owner Information, Fcc Notice, Industry Canada (ic) Information

    We recommend that you always keep the spa full of water when it is exposed to direct sunlight and that you keep the Jacuzzi insulating cover in place at all times when the spa is not in use. Read and carefully follow the requirements for your spa’s support base found in the...

  • Page 8: Important Safety Instructions For All Spa Owners

    J-400 Important safety Instructions for all spa Owners reaD anD FOllOw all InsTruCTIOns CareFullY! This spa was manufactured to meet the standards and specifications outlined in the “Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act” (VGB Safety Act). When installing and using this spa, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including: DanGer: •...

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    70. The disconnecting means must be readily accessible and visible to the spa occupant but installed at least 5 feet (1.5m), from the spa. • The electrical circuit supplied for the hot tub must include a suitable ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) as required by NEC Article 680-42. warnInG: •...

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    J-400 warnInG: • Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy, if pregnant or possibly pregnant, consult your physician before using a spa. • Pregnant or possibly pregnant women should limit spa water temperatures to 100°F (38°C).

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    Hot Tub safety literature To ensure you have a safe and enjoyable hot tub experience, learn all you can about hot tub safety and emergency procedures. Especially useful are the brochures listed below: •...

  • Page 12: Entrapment Risk

    J-400 entrapment risk The Consumer Products Safety Commission/USA has reported that users of pools and spas have become entrapped (stuck) to drain and/or suction fittings causing death, drowning, or serious injury (see diagram below). This spa was manufactured to meet the standards and specifica- tions outlined in the “Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act”...

  • Page 13: Hyperthermia

    For additional or replacement Warning Signs please contact your local Jacuzzi dealer and reference item number #6530-082. rIsK OF seVere InJurY Or DrOwnInG! rIsK OF seVere InJurY Or DrOwnInG! rIsK OF seVere InJurY Or DrOwnInG! danger of drowning.

  • Page 14: Important Csa Safety Instructions (canada Only), Choosing A Location

    J-400 Important Csa safety instructions (Canada only) When using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: 1. reaD anD FOllOw all InsTruCTIOns. 2. A green colored terminal or a terminal marked G, Gr, Ground, Grounding or the or compartment.

  • Page 15: Outdoor Location

    warnInG: or other platforms not specifically tied into main struc- tural support, consult a professional structural engineer with experience in this type of application. The spa must be installed in such a manner as to provide drainage away from it. Placing the spa in a depression without provisions for proper drainage could allow rain, overflow and other casual water to flood the equipment and create a wet condition in which it would sit in.

  • Page 16: Indoor Location

    Consult a licensed architect or building contractor to determine your specific needs if installing your hot tub indoors. • Proper Foundation: considering a foundation that will adequately support the spa the entire time it is in place.

  • Page 17: General Electrical Safety Instructions, Electrical Installation Instructions (240v Service)

    Please contact your local Jacuzzi dealer or local building department should you have any questions regarding your installation. Proper grounding is extremely important. Jacuzzi spas are equipped with a current collector system. A pressure wire connector is provided on the...

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    J-400 4. The electrical supply for this product must include a suitably rated switch or circuit breaker to open all ungrounded supply conductors to comply with Section 422-20 of the National Electrical Code/USA, ANSI/NFPA 70. The disconnecting means must be readily accessible to the spa’s occupant but installed at least 5 feet (1.5m) from spa water.

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    60hz terminal block Connection 1. Main Terminal Block 2. Bonding Lug/Grounding Terminal 3. Power wires Entrance (Electrical fitting and conduit must be installed) (north american 240 VaC Connection shown) Power In Electrical fitting and conduit must be installed Figure b Figure C Terminal Connection Main...

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    J-400 50hz terminal block Connection 1. Main Terminal Block 2. Heater Terminal Block 3. Bonding Lug/Grounding Terminal 4. Power wires Entrance (Electrical fitting and conduit must be installed) (export 230 VaC 50 Hz Connection shown) Heater Terminal Use screwdriver Block to pry open the connector Insert power...

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    1. Obtain a flat head screwdriver (3/16" x 6" slotted). 2. Place it flush against the middle slot of the terminal block (diagram 1). 1. Firmly press inward and upward on screwdriver blade, then pivot upward to open underlying wire clamp.

  • Page 22: Power Requirements

    J-400 Power requirements Jacuzzi ® spas are designed to provide optimum performance and flexibility of use when connected to their maximum electrical service. They are configured at the factory. The most common electrical connections are listed below: • all north american 60 Hz models only: 50A logic.

  • Page 23: Spa Fill Up Procedure

    1. Prepare The spa For Filling • Clear all debris from polished at the factory, you may want to treat it with a specially formulated spa cleaner.) Consult your authorized Jacuzzi dealer for additional information prior to filling spa. • Remove both ProClear™...

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    J-400 5. add start-up Chemicals Add the spa water chemicals as recommended by your authorized Jacuzzi spa dealer. See Section titled “Water Quality Maintenance” (page 72) for general guidance. warnInG: Never leave chemicals opened and accessible to anyone. Use chemicals according to the vendors instructions. Always store chemicals in a safe and/or locked location.

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    Never add chlorine tablets (trichlor) or acid to your hot tub for any reason! These chemical may damage components within your hot tub, burn or irritate your skin, create a rash, and void the manufacturer warranty for your spa. water Fill Volume by model model J-460...350 Gal (1,325 L) ...

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    Water that is too soft can be corrosive to metal components. 5. Consult your authorized Jacuzzi dealer for chemical recommendations, then add chemicals to spa water to achieve a constant sanitizer reading within the levels recommended by the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals/USA printed on the inside cover of this manual.

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    • To decrease the risk of injury, entrapment or drowning, never leave your hot tub unattended for any reason while the cover is open and accessible to small children and animals! • To decrease the possibility of contracting a waterborne ness (e.g.

  • Page 28: Spa Features, J-480 Spa Features

    J-400 spa Features J-480 spa Features J-1000™ Control Panel Waterfall Control Valve Air Control Valves (4 ea.) Introduce Air to Specified Jet Groups Optional Audio System Speakers (4 ea.) Adjustable Pillows (4 ea.) Lighted Cup Holders ( 4 ea.) Massage Selectors (2 ea.) Controls Specified Jet Groups Waterfalls (2 ea.) FX Jets (4 ea.) and FX2S Jets (2 ea.)

  • Page 29: J-480 Massage/waterfall Selector Diagram

    J-480 massage/waterfall selector Diagram Massage Selectors (1-2) • Massage selector 1 diverts output between jets groups 1a-1b. • Massage selector 2 diverts output between jet groups 2a-2b. Waterfall Selector (3) • Waterfall selector 3 controls circulation pump output to waterfalls. Mass Aspiration Jet Flow Control Valve (4) • Valve 4 controls output to footwell IX Jet. Jets Without Massage Selector Controls (5) • Jets 5 are always on when jets pump is running. J-400 Page 23...

  • Page 30: J-480 Air Controls Diagram

    J-400 J-480 air Controls Diagram Air Controls Operation • Rotate air controls 1-4 to add air to designated jet groups. • Center footwell IX Jet draws air at all times when jets pump is running. This jet has no air control. Page 24...

  • Page 31: J-470 Spa Features

    J-470 spa Features J-1000 Control Panel Waterfall Control Valve Air Control Valves (4 ea.) Introduce Air to Specified Jet Groups Optional Audio System Speakers (4 ea.) Adjustable Pillows (4 ea.) Lighted Cup Holders ( 4 ea.) Massage Selectors (2 ea.) Controls Specified Jet Groups Waterfalls (2 ea.) RX Jets (6 ea.)

  • Page 32: J-470 Massage/waterfall Selector Diagram

    J-400 J-470 massage/waterfall selector Diagram Massage Selectors (1-2) • Massage selector 1 diverts output between jets groups 1a-1b. • Massage selector 2 diverts output between jet groups 2a-2b. Waterfall Selector (3) • Waterfall selector 3 controls circulation pump output to waterfalls. Mass Aspiration Jet Flow Control Valve (4) • Valve 4 controls output to footwell IX Jet. Jets Without Massage Selector Controls (5) • Jets 5 are always on when jets pump is running. Page 26...

  • Page 33: J-470 Air Controls Diagram

    J-470 air Controls Diagram Air Controls Operation • Rotate air controls 1-4 to add air to designated jet groups. • Center footwell IX Jet draws air at all times when jets pump is running. This jet has no air control. J-400 Page 27...

  • Page 34: J-465 Spa Features

    J-400 J-465 spa Features J-1000 Control Panel Waterfall Control Valve Air Control Valves (3 ea.) Introduce Air to Specified Jet Groups Optional Audio System Speakers (4 ea.) Adjustable Pillows (4 ea.) Lighted Cup Holders ( 3 ea.) Massage Selectors (1 ea.) Controls Specified Jet Groups Waterfall FX Jets (10 ea.)

  • Page 35: J-465 Massage/waterfall Selector Diagram

    J-400 J-465 massage/waterfall selector Diagram Massage Selectors (1) • Massage selector 1 diverts output between jets groups 1a-1b. Mass Aspiration Jet Flow Control Valve (2) • Valve 2 controls output to footwell IX Jet. Waterfall Selector (3) • Waterfall selector 3 controls circulation pump output to waterfall. Jets Without Massage Selector Controls (4) • Jets 4 are always on when jets pump is running. Page 29...

  • Page 36: J-465 Air Controls Diagram

    J-400 J-465 air Controls Diagram Air Controls Operation • Rotate air controls 1-3 to add air to designated jet groups. • Center footwell IX Jet draws air at all times when jets pump is running. This jet has no air control. Page 30...

  • Page 37: J-460 Spa Features

    9.10 J-460 spa Features J-1000 Control Panel Waterfall Control Valve Air Control Valves (4 ea.) Introduce Air to Specified Jet Groups Optional Audio System Speakers (4 ea.) Adjustable Pillows (4 ea.) Lighted Cup Holders ( 2 ea.) Massage Selector (1 ea.) Controls Specified Jet Groups Waterfall FX Jets (14 ea.)

  • Page 38: J-460 Massage/waterfall Selector Diagram

    J-400 9.11 J-460 massage/waterfall selector Diagram Massage Selector (1) • Massage selector 1 diverts output between jets groups 1a-1b. Mass Aspiration Jet Flow Control Valve (2) • Valve 2 controls output to footwell IX Jet. Waterfall Selector (3) • Waterfall selector 3 controls circulation pump output to waterfall. Jets Without Massage Selector Controls (4) • Jets 4 are always on when jets is running. Page 32...

  • Page 39: J-460 Air Controls Diagram

    9.12 J-460 air Controls Diagram Air Controls Operation • Rotate air controls 1-4 to add air to designated jet groups. • Center footwell IX Jet (5) draws air at all times when jets pump is running. This jet has no air control. J-400 Page 33...

  • Page 40: Control Panel Main Menu, Control Panel

    10.1 Control Panel Your Jacuzzi Spa is equipped with a state-of-the-art control panel. You will be able to access sets of multi-level menus. Familiarize yourself with the following information, so you can gain the full benefits of your spa. By learning the key features of the control panel, you will navigate through the menus and programming with ease.

  • Page 41: Main Menu Features

    Features From the Main Menu you can access the main component menus to operate your Jacuzzi Spa. Listed below is a list of the Main Menu icons. A. Menu Control buttons = Temperature control: Indicates that by using the Quad Temp.

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    J-400 = button D: Press this button to access the corresponding menu located to the left side of it. = entertainment menu Icon: Press button A to access the menu to operate the J-1000 Audio System powered by JBL (page 38). = Jets menu icon: Press button B to access the menu to operate the jets pump (page 50).

  • Page 43: Menu Flowchart

    10.3 menu Flowchart The flowchart below is included to help you understand the spa’s navigational screens. By pressing the buttons located next to each corner icon, you will enter additional menus and submenus. Each menu is covered in detail in the sections to follow. note: If your spa is not equipped with an audio system.

  • Page 44: Entertainment Menu Display

    J-400 10.4 entertainment menu Display Jacuzzi models equipped with the optional J-1000 Audio System pow- ered by JBL, offer an enhanced spa experience. These models include an integrated AM/FM/CD/MP3 Player receiver, four high fidelity spa engineered speakers for unsurpassed sound quality and long-life, and an integrated subwoofer for an enhanced acoustical experience.

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    = radio/CD menu icon: Press button C to access the radio or CD device submenus (page 45). note: When you enter the submenu, the system will default to the last device that was used. If the Radio was used, it will also default to the last broadcast band used (AM/FM).

  • Page 46: Ipod®/aux Submenu

    J-400 10.5 iPod®/auX submenu While in the Entertainment menu, press button A to access the for iPod/ AUX submenu. You can scroll through the tracks, control the volume, and pause/play the device, for the iPod device only. warnInG: rIsK OF eleCTrICal sHOCK HaZarD eXIsTs anD eQuIPmenT DamaGe! Never install or remove iPod while hands are wet or while sitting partially immersed or fully immersed in spa!

  • Page 47: Aux Submenu

    = button C: Press this button to access the Radio/CD submenus (page 45). note: The Radio/CD submenu will always default to the last device used. If the radio was used, it will also default to the last broadcast band used (AM/FM).

  • Page 48: Usb Submenu

    J-400 = button C: Press this button to access the Radio/CD submenus (page 45). note: The Radio/CD submenu will always default to the last device used. If Radio was used, it will also default to the last broadcast band used (AM/FM).

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    iPod NAND “Displays Audio = audio information: Displays the track number, artist, song, Information” and time elapsed (if available). The arrows on either side indicate that the Quad Keypad can be used to scroll through the tracks. • Press the Left button to move to the previous track. •...

  • Page 50: Nand Submenu

    J-400 10.8 nanD submenu The NAND (internal memory) submenu lets you access files copied onto the hardware (Section 19.5, page 86). You can control the folder selec- tion, track selection, volume, and pause/play of the device. note: The USB/NAND submenu will always default to the last device used.

  • Page 51: Fm Radio Submenu

    10.9 Fm radio submenu The FM radio submenu gives you access to your preset stations and local FM radio stations. A. listening to Preset stations NAND 106.7 = Preset number: Indicates which preset station is currently playing. The arrows on the either side of the station number indicate that the Quad Keypad can be used to scroll through the preset stations 1-6.

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    J-400 B. listening to local Fm radio stations 97.7 = station number: Indicates the station that is currently playing. The arrows on the either side of the station number indicate that the Quad Keypad can be used to scroll through the local stations.

  • Page 53: Am Radio Submenu

    10.10 am radio submenu The AM radio submenu gives you access to your preset stations and local AM radio stations. A. listening to Preset stations iPod NAND = Preset number: Indicates which preset station is currently playing. The arrows on the either side of the station number indicate that the Quad Keypad can be used to scroll through the preset stations 1-6.

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    J-400 B. listening to local am radio stations = station number: Indicates the station that is currently playing. The arrows on the either side of the station number indicate that the Quad Keypad can be used to scroll through the local stations.

  • Page 55: Cd Submenu

    10.11 CD submenu The CD submenu gives you access select a track, adjust the volume level and pause or play. iPod NAND “Displays Audio = audio Information: Displays the track number, artist, song, Information” and time elapsed (if available). The arrows on either side indicate that the Quad Keypad can be used to scroll through the tracks.

  • Page 56: Operating Instructions, J-1000™ Control Panel, Activate Jets Pump

    (pages 22-33). These controls let you operate many of the special functions of your Jacuzzi spa. When you press button B from the Main Menu, you will enter the Jets pump submenu (Figure A).

  • Page 57: Activate Lights

    11.3 activate lights From the Main Menu (page 35), press button C to enter the Lights submenus. The LCD screen will display the Lighting icons (Figure B). From this menu you can control the interior lighting (waterfall, footwell, IX logo, pillows and cup holder lights). The spa is equipped with two light modes;...

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    J-400 A. To access the Interior solid Color mode: 1. Press button A to activate the solid color mode. note: The default color and intensity will always be the last color and intensity used. 2. Press again to turn off. 3.

  • Page 59: Optional Exterior Lighting, Adjusting Individual Jet Flow, Adjusting Powerpro™ Mx2 Jets, Adjusting Rx Jets

    3. To increase or decrease light intensity, use the Quad Keypad as follows: • Press the Up button to increase the intensity in 25% increments. • Pres s the Down button to decrease the intensity in 25% increments. note: The intensity range is from 25% to 100%, in increments of 25%.As the intensity is increased the bulb will darken to reflect the effect (Figure D, page 52).

  • Page 60: Watercolour™ Waterfall Control, Air Controls, Selecting The Desired Massage Action

    11.10 selecting the Desired massage action Your Jacuzzi spa is equipped to allow you to customize the massage action you desire. Each model incorporates a massage selector that allow you to customize the massage and performance by diverting water between various jet systems.

  • Page 61: Programming Instructions For Settings 1 Menus, To Access The Settings 1 Menu, Choosing The Language

    12.0 Programming Instructions for settings 1 menus Your Jacuzzi spa is equipped with two settings menus that allow you to program and activate different components of the spa. In the “Settings 1” menu you can program the Language, Date and Time, Lock/Unlock the spa and the check/clean filter reminder.

  • Page 62: Setting The Check Filter Reminder, Setting The Date

    J-400 12.3 setting the Check Filter reminder 1. Use the Quad Keypad to scroll from Language to Filter by using the Down button. After “Filter” selection is active, press the Splash button to access the “set filter timer” (Figure 2. Press the Left or Right button on the Quad Keypad to scroll the number of days you would like the reminder to appear so the filters and polishing...

  • Page 63: Setting The Time

    4. With the “Set Month” selected (Figure G), use the Left or Right button on the Quad Keypad to scroll through selection. Once the correct month is displayed, press the Down button to access the day selection. 5. With the “Set Day” selected (Figure H), press the Left or Right button on the Quad Keypad to scroll through selection.

  • Page 64: Locking And Unlocking The Topside

    J-400 4. With “Set Min.” selected (Figure L), press the Left (decrease) or Right (increase) button on the Quad Keypad to scroll through the selection. Once the correct minutes are displayed, press the Splash button to save your changes. Press button D to return to the Settings 1 Main Menu.

  • Page 65: Programming Instructions For Settings 2 Menus, Programming Heating Cycles

    Secondary Filter modes. 13.1 Programming Heating Cycles Your Jacuzzi spa is equipped with two modes of heating. An automatic mode called “Auto-Heating”, where the spa’s temperature is maintained at all times by the “Setpoint”. The second mode is called “Programmable”, where the spa will only activate the heater at set times...

  • Page 66: Auto-heating Mode, Programmable Heating Mode

    J-400 13.2 auto-Heating mode Auto-Heating mode is typically selected by customers in cold climates where heat up times are extended due to lower ambient temperatures. In this mode, water temperature is regulated by the set temperature which activates the heater automatically as needed.

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    2. From this menu (Figure F), you can set the days, times, and duration. With “Day Settings” selected press the Splash button on the Quad Keypad to access the submenus. 3. When you enter the submenu (Figure G), you can choose the day(s) you would like “Program A”...

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    J-400 8. Press the Splash button on the Quad Keypad to save your changes and return to the Heating Menu. At this point you can program a Secondary Heating Mode (Program B) or to continue on to the Filtering programming (see Section 13.5, page 64). B.

  • Page 69: Clean-up "blow-out" Cycle

    6. Once back to the “Program B” Main Menu, press the Down button on the Quad Keypad to select “Start Time” (Figure M). Press the Left or Right button on the Quad Keypad to select the time you wish the spa to run. Press the Down button on the Quad keypad to access the “Duration”...

  • Page 70: Programming The Primary Filter Cycle

    J-400 13.5 Programming the Primary Filter Cycle 1. To program the Primary Filter cycle press button A (Figure P). This cycle is mainly used to alter the pre- programmed 12-hour running period of the circulation pump. The 12-hour cycle is from 12:00 AM to 12:00 PM. (If you would like to leave the circulation pump as is, then skip this section).

  • Page 71: Programming The Secondary Filter Cycle

    13.6 Programming the secondary Filter Cycle 1. To program the Secondary Filter cycle, press button C. This cycle will activate the main jet pump to run for additional filtration when programmed (Fiugre S). If you choose not to use this feature, please skip this section.

  • Page 72: Spa Maintenance

    (page 35). 14.0 spa maintenance Proper and regular maintenance of your spa will help it retain its beauty and performance. Your authorized Jacuzzi dealer can supply you with all the information, supplies, and accessory products you will need to accomplish this.

  • Page 73: Cleaning The Filter Cartridges

    Filter is not ProPerly installeD or iF weir asseMbly is DamaGeD Or alTereD! 1. Remove power to the hot tub before removing the skimmer (A) or filter bag cover (B). 2. Remove the polishing bag lid (B) by rotating it counterclockwise approximately 5 degrees until you feel it unlatch.

  • Page 74: Draining And Refilling

    When replacing the filter cartridge, make sure you remove the center cap and chemical dispenser for use with the new cartridge. Replacement filter cartridges may be purchased from your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. 14.2 Draining and refilling About every 3 to 6 months, you will want to replace the spa’s water.

  • Page 75: Cleaning The Spa Interior, Pillow Care, Maintaining The Synthetic Cabinet, Cleaning The Control Panel

    If you are not certain as to the suitability of a particular cleanser, consult your authorized Jacuzzi dealer. Regardless of the cleanser used, use extreme care to assure that no soap residue is left on the surface.

  • Page 76: Vinyl Cover Care And Maintenance, Winterizing

    14.7 Vinyl Cover Care and maintenance Your Jacuzzi cover has a vinyl encasement. This vinyl encasement is attractive and durable. Monthly cleaning and conditioning is strongly recommended to maintain and increase the longevity of your cover.

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    9. Re-install cabinet side panels and cover spa so that no casual moisture can enter into it. Consult your Jacuzzi dealer if you have any questions regarding winter use or winterizing. J-400 Page 71...

  • Page 78: Restarting Your Spa In Cold Weather, Water Quality Maintenance, Ph Control

    Procrastination in regard to water maintenance will result in poor and potentially unhealthful conditions for soaking and even damage to your hot tub investment. For specific guidance on maintaining water quality, consult your Authorized Jacuzzi dealer who can recommend appropriate chemical products for sanitizing and maintaining your hot tub. warnInG: wIll: •...

  • Page 79: Sanitizing, Other Additives, Ozone Water Maintenance System (optional)

    Many other additives are available for your spa. Some are necessary to compensate for out-of-balance water; some aid in cosmetic water treatment and others simply alter the feel or smell of the water. Your authorized Jacuzzi dealer can advise you on the use of these additives. When adding spa shock (chlorine or non-chlorine) or pH balancing chemicals activate the jets pump(s) and leave the spa cover open for a minimum of 20 minutes.

  • Page 80: Error/display Messages

    J-400 16.0 error/Display messages There are a number of unique functions designed into your Jacuzzi spa to protect it from damage and/or to aid in troubleshooting. When an error occurs the spa will notify you by showing the screen below and an error code next to it.

  • Page 81

    • In 50A or 30A logic, the heater turns on for 10 minutes then turns off. Then pump 1 and pump 2 turn on for 10 minutes, then turn off. The spa will alternate between the heater and the pumps being on and off until the spa gets out of the freeze condition.

  • Page 82

    J-400 14. Audio Communication Malfunction: Communication between the control panel and audio system is faulty. Shutdown power to the spa, wait 3 seconds and restart the spa to reset the communication. Contact your authorized dealer or service organization. 15. Blinking Heater icon: This icon will blink on and off to indicate that: •...

  • Page 83

    19. Clear Settings 2 Programs This message will appear when you choose to reset all settings 2 menu settings back to factory defaults (Figure D). You can either press the Splash button to reset or press the Previous button D to cancel.

  • Page 84: Troubleshooting Procedures

    3. Loosen the massage selector’s cap slightly (counterclockwise), listening for the air to seep out. 4. Tighten the cap finger-tight, replace the handle and turn the hot tub’s power back on. note: This method must be used for the jet’s pumps because these pumps are not connected to the main filter system in any way.

  • Page 85

    Your input as a Jacuzzi spa owner is a cherished part of this process. If you have any comments or suggestions, or if you wish to be informed on any new products for your spa, please write to us.

  • Page 86: Typical Spa Wiring Diagrams, Wiring Diagram For North American 60 Hz Models Only

    J-400 18.0 Typical spa wiring Diagrams 18.1 wiring diagram for north american 60 Hz models Only 2-Pole Circuit Breaker with 2-Wire Grounded Load Connection (3 Wires to Hot Tub, 2-Hot (L1-L2), 1-Ground) 240 VAC White (N) Black (L1) Red (L2)

  • Page 87: Optional Jacuzzi J-1000™ Audio System Stereo System Features, J-1000 Audio System Sound System Controls

    19.0 Optional Jacuzzi J-1000™ audio system stereo system Features 19.1 J-1000 audio system sound system Controls 1. Power On/Off Button 2. Tune/Seek Up/Down Button 3. Volume Up/Down Button 4. Mode Button 5. SEL/EQ Button 6. AS/PS Button 7. MUTE Button 8.

  • Page 88: J-1000 Audio System Sound System Operation

    J-400 19.2 J-1000 audio system sound system Operation 1. Power On and Off Press power button (1) once to turn on stereo system. Press a second time to turn off. 2. adjusting Volume Press VOL Up/Down button (3) to increase or decrease volume.

  • Page 89

    8. adjusting Fader level Press EQ button (5) repeatedly until display reads “FADER.” Press VOL Up/Down button (3) to choose desired setting. A display of “FADER F-R” indicates center, R01 to 15 indicates rear fade, F01 to 15 indicates front fade. note: Unit returns to volume mode if volume control is not operated for 3 seconds.

  • Page 90: J-1000 Audio System Radio Operation

    J-400 12. Open/Close Front Panel Press firmly on the release button (15), then open front panel (16) by gently lifting upward on bottom edge. To close front panel, gently flip panel down, then press firmly on panel directly above release button (15) until you hear an audible “click”.

  • Page 91: J-1000 Audio System Cd Player Operation

    4. Preset scan Function Press AS/PS button (6) once to enter scan mode. Each preset station in the current band will play for 5 seconds while the preset number is flashes on the display (17). At the desired station, press AS/PS button (6) a second time.

  • Page 92: J-1000 Audio System Usb & Nand Operation

    J-400 searching File or Folder in mP3/wma CD • To Search File in CDP (MP3/WMA) mode: Press AS/PS button (6) to enter track searching mode. Then press the VOL Up/Down button (3) to scroll through available tracks. At desired track, press ENT button (9) to confirm selection.

  • Page 93: J-1000 Audio System Ipod Operation

    button (3) to choose ONE or ALL. Press ENT button (9) to confirm selection. • If ONE COPY is selected: The record percent “DOWN LOAD xx%” will display on the LCD (17). After copying is finished, the next track will automatically begin playback. •...

  • Page 94: Docking Your Ipod Music Player

    J-400 2. searching Folders in iPod mode • o select folder in iPod mode: Press AS/PS button (6) to display music and then playlist. Press VOL Up/Down button (3) to select between Playlist, Artist, Albums, Genres, Songs and Composer (the scroll sequence depends on the iPod that is used).

  • Page 95: Generic Mp3 Player Operation

    warnInG: rIsK OF eleCTrICal sHOCK HaZarD eXIsTs anD eQuIPmenT DamaGe! Never install or remove iPod while hands are wet or while sitting partially immersed or fully immersed in spa! CauTIOn: Never leave iPod in Docking Station when spa is not is use to prevent damage from outdoor elements! Never spray Docking Station with pressurized water hose for any reason! Damage to iPod or spa stereo system caused by water intrusion is not covered under the manufacturer war-...

  • Page 96: J-1000 Audio System Stereo Troubleshooting, J-1000 Audio System Stereo Specifications

    J-400 19.9 J-1000 audio system stereo Troubleshooting 1. unit will not turn-on Make sure spa power is turned on, then check both harness fuses on side of unit making sure they are the proper ratings: • Yellow memory B+ line (10A fuse). •...

  • Page 97: J-1000 Wireless Remote

    19.11 J-1000 wireless remote A. The J-1000 remote Your spa is equipped with a technologically advance wireless remote (Figure A). Most spa functions can be controlled with the remote. The sleek modern design and easy navigation make this remote a great addition to your spa enjoy- ment.

  • Page 98

    J-400 = show 2 icon: Feature not available. = Jet 1 icon: Allows you to turn on/off the jets pump 1. = Jet 2 icon: Allows you to turn on/off the jets pump 2. = low battery icon: Notifies you when the batteries are low and might need to be replaced.

  • Page 99

    U S B iPod Remote display for spas with the stereo option 1. bonding the remote and spa When you first use the remote, it will need to be bonded to the spa for opera- tional use. To bond the remote: •...

  • Page 100

    J-400 3. adjusting the Temperature When the temperature icon is selected, all other icons on the display screen will disappear. The only two items shown are the thermometer icon and the digit temperature in °C or °F. Using the Navigational Keypad you can: •...

  • Page 101

    8. Turning on the exterior light rotation mode: Feature is not available. 9. lock reminder If you press any key to activate the remote and the lock icon is the only thing showing, then the spa has been locked. You must first unlock the spa from the main control panel to be able to use the remote.

  • Page 102

    J-400 3. CD Operation You can scan through the track numbers and adjust the volume with the remote. When you are in the CD mode the screen will appear like Figure D; then it will change to the track duration screen for the track. Using the Navigational Keypad you can: •...

  • Page 103

    6. nanD Folder Operation To access the NAND menu, select the USB feature and then press the Up button. You can scan through the folders, track numbers and adjust the volume with the remote. Using the Navigational Keypad you can: •...

  • Page 104: J-1000 Wireless Remote Battery Replacement

    J-400 warnInG: rIsK OF eleCTrICal sHOCK HaZarD eXIsTs anD eQuIPmenT DamaGe! Never install or remove iPod while hands are wet or while sitting partially immersed or fully immersed in spa! 9. error has occurred If the remote senses an error that needs attention, it will dis- play the words “Spa”...

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