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HOT TUB OWNER'S MANUAL
MODELS: LE852, LE850, LE 744, LE742, LE630
Premium Leisure, LLC
th
6101 45
St. N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33714
727.573.9611
www.PremiumLeisure.com
Part Number 7652
(SKUs: 1404, 1405, 1406, 1407, 1408)
Revised 05/11

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  • Page 1 HOT TUB OWNER’S MANUAL MODELS: LE852, LE850, LE 744, LE742, LE630 Premium Leisure, LLC 6101 45 St. N. St. Petersburg, FL 33714 727.573.9611 www.PremiumLeisure.com Part Number 7652 (SKUs: 1404, 1405, 1406, 1407, 1408) Revised 05/11...
  • Page 2 Owner’s Information Dealer: Date Purchased: __________________________ Company: __________________________ Address: __________________________ Telephone: __________________________ Installer: Date Installed: __________________________ Company: __________________________ Address: __________________________ Telephone: __________________________ Hot Tub: Date Delivered: __________________________ Model: __________________________ Color: __________________________ Serial Number: __________________________ Your unique hot tub serial number is located on a data plate outside the cabinet at ground level directly below the topside control panel.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ’ ’ ™ ’ ’ ™ ’ ’ ™   Introduction .................... 2   Important Safety Information ..............3   Site Selection, Installation & Wiring............7   Startup....................21   Water Balancing ................... 24   Topside Controls & Operation .............. 28  ...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    I n t r o d u c t i o n ™ Your choice of a Leisure’s Edge brand hot tub from Premium Leisure LLC indicates that you are devoted to excellence. The management and staff appreciate your patronage and takes pride in the tradition of quality hot tubs that our company represents.
  • Page 5: Important Safety Information

    I m p o r t a n t S a f e t y I n f o r m a t i o n IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Your physiological response to hot water depends on subjective factors such as age, health, pregnant women, temperature sensitivities, chemical sensitivities, and medical history.
  • Page 6 Warnings TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY:  The water in a spa should never exceed 40˚C (104˚F). Water temperatures between 38˚C (100˚F) and 40˚C (104˚F) are considered safe for a healthy adult. Lower water temperatures are recommended for young children and when spa use exceeds 10 minutes.
  • Page 7: Save These Instructions

    Warning Sign Warning Sign Must Be Posted – The red WARNING sign like the one shown is packed with your new hot tub. This sign must be posted in a prominent place in close proximity to the hot tub installation site immediately upon completion of hot tub installation.
  • Page 8 Basic Safety Guidelines Your hot tub is meant to be enjoyable, healthful, and relaxing. Below are some basic safety guidelines to follow every time you use your tub.  Always check the temperature of your hot tub before entering. High water temperatures can be hazardous to your health.
  • Page 9: Site Selection, Installation & Wiring

    S i t e S e l e c t i o n , I n s t a l l a t i o n & W i r i n g Proper planning is an important consideration when installing your new tub.
  • Page 10 The following dimensions can be used to determine the proper location of submerged conduits in concrete slab installations. All dimensions are made from the outside of the hot tub’s frame with the access panels removed. The topside control panel is shown at bottom of diagram for reference. Figure 2 –...
  • Page 11 Electrical Specifications Important – Qualified and licensed electricians must perform all electrical hookups in accordance with the National Electric Code. The following specifications must be followed in order to ensure proper performance & safety. WARNING: Starting an incorrectly wired hot tub could cause severe damage to the mechanical equipment or even bodily harm.
  • Page 12 Our hot tubs are certified by Intertek Testing, SNAa Ltd. Ontario, Canada to CSA-C22.2 No. 218.1-M89 and ANSI/UL 1563 standards. Parts with extra low voltage not exceeding 12v must be inaccessible to a person in the hot tub. Earthed appliances must be permanently connected to fixed wiring.
  • Page 13 Figure 4 – U.S. and Canada Wiring Diagram See wire size chart on page 9. Page 11 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 14 Figure 5 – European 1x32A Wiring Diagram All wiring is 3x4 mm , solid copper See wire size chart on page 9. Note: Make sure that the DIP switches in the hot tub Pack are properly set for 50Hz operation and Jumper A is in place. Page 12 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 15 Figure 6 – European 2x16A Wiring Diagram All wiring is 5x 1.5 mm , solid copper See wire size chart on page 9. Note: Make sure that the DIP switches in the hot tub Pack are properly set for 50Hz operation and Jumper A is removed. Page 13 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 16 Figure 7 – Domestic Wiring Diagram for LE 852, LE 850, LE 744 and LE 742 Models Single-phase 240V with VS510SZ Control Pack. See wire size chart on page 9. Page 14 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 17 Figure 8 – Board Diagram for LE 852, LE 850, LE 744 and LE 742 Models Single-phase 240V Domestic version Figure 9 – Panel Button Positions for LE 852, LE 850, LE 744 and LE 742 Models Single-phase 240V Domestic version Page 15 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 18 Page 16 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 19 U.S. and Canada Wiring LE 630 Page 17 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 20 Figure 11 – Board Diagram for LE 630 Model Single-phase 240V Domestic version Page 18 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 21 Export Wiring LE 852, LE 850, LE 744, LE 742, LE 630 Figure 12 – Export Wiring Diagram for LE 852, LE 850, LE 744, LE 742 and LE 630 Models for GS510SZ Control Pack (See wire size chart on Pg. 9.) Page 19 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 22 Figure 13 – Board Diagram for LE 852, LE 850, LE 742 and LE 630 Models Export version for GS510SZ Control Pack. Figure 14 – Panel Button Positions for LE 852, LE 850 and LE 742 Models Export version. Page 20 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 23: Startup

    S t a r t u p Important – Read these step-by-step startup procedures before starting your hot tub. Failure to follow any of these steps listed may result in damage to the equipment and may void your warranty. Note: If you are unsure of any of the above startup procedures, please call our customer care center at 727.573.9611.
  • Page 24 hot tub itself. With the drain open and filters removed, thoroughly rinse out the hot tub with warm water until the drained water runs clear. Run water through the filtration canister and jet lines to remove any incidental dust, dirt, and debris that may have accumulated during shipment or installation.
  • Page 25 Turn off the hose and check again for any small leaks. Operational Checks Caution: Do not turn on any pump until your hot tub is properly filled with water. Running any pump without water in your hot tub can cause IMMEDIATE damage, which is not covered under warranty! By now you have rechecked your tub’s mechanical connections and filled it with water to about 1”...
  • Page 26: Water Balancing

    Press the JETS button a third time to turn off pump 1. Note: The pump remains on if filtration or heat is needed. Press the LIGHT button to turn on all lights. Verify that the LED light system is on. Press the LIGHT button multiple times to cycle through the many available color patterns.
  • Page 27 SPA FROG START UP: After you have filled and balanced the water in your hot tub according to the chart in Table 4, proceed with the SPA FROG as follows: *NOTE: Bromine levels are lower only when used with FROG minerals. Use a metal out or sequestering agent if fill water is high in metals.
  • Page 28 ADJUSTING AND REPLACING SPA FROG BROMINE CARTRIDGE: As every hot tub is different, finding the right setting for the bromine cartridge will require monitoring your usage for the first week or two. Begin with an initial setting of 3 (if you set your filtration cycle to 1 hour a day) or 2 (if you set your filtration cycle to 2 or more hours a day) and monitor bromine levels before each use.
  • Page 29 Page 27 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 30: Topside Controls & Operation

    T o p s i d e C o n t r o l s & O p e r a t i o n LE 852, LE 850, LE 744, LE 742 – (VL600S) (& LE 630 Export Only) The topside control panel operates and programs your hot tub.
  • Page 31 Initial Start Up When your hot tub is first actuated, it will go into Priming mode, indicated by “Pr.” The priming mode will last for less than five minutes. Press “WARM” or “COOL” to skip Priming Mode and then the hot tub will begin to heat and maintain the temperature in “Standard Mode.”...
  • Page 32 cycles. “Ecn” (or “Ec”) will display solid when temperature is not current and will alternate with temperature when temperature is current.  Sleep Mode heats the hot tub to within 20°F/10°C of the set temperature only during filter cycles. “SLP” (or “SL”) will display solid when temperature is not current and will alternate with temperature when temperature is current.
  • Page 33 Programming Summary Figure 20 – VL600S Programming Summary NOTE FOR THE LE 630 MODEL WITH THE MVP 260 TOPSIDE CONTROLS:  Follow the above steps to set the filter cycle and water temperature.  To set the operating modes in the LE 630, follow the steps above except instead of pressing “Mode”...
  • Page 34: Stereo System

    S t e r e o S y s t e m Using the Built-in MP3 Docking Station and Speakers Figure 21 – MP3 Docking Station with Jack Simply plug in your MP3 player, push play and select your desired volume. Your favorite music is amplified through a built-in subwoofer (underneath your hot tub) and is heard through two built-in speakers (located either near your filter or near your topside controls).
  • Page 35: Cover

    C o v e r Place the insulated cover on your hot tub. Keeping the cover in place anytime the hot tub is not in use reduces the heating time and minimizes operating costs. The time required for initial heat-up varies depending on the starting water temperature, ambient temperature, and the capacity of your hot tub.
  • Page 36: Frequently Asked Questions

    F r e q u e n t l y A s k e d Q u e s t i o n s Who do I call for warranty information or service? Call our customer care center between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. EST Monday through Friday at 727.573.9611.
  • Page 37 What happens when my warranty expires? Premium Leisure will continue to provide service for your hot tub after your warranty has expired via our customer care center at 727.573.9611. How should I clean my hot tub? Use non-sudsing cleaners and non-oily polishes (see page 44). Our Citra Bright Spray Cleaner and our Tub Rub cleaning pad quickly removes scum lines and helps restore your shell’s original beauty.
  • Page 38 What is the shell made of? We use Lucite® Cast Acrylic with Microban® Antimicrobial Protection for most of our hot tub shells. Microban antimicrobial product protection is built-in to Lucite acrylic during the manufacturing process to help prevent the growth of stain causing bacteria on the surface of the hot tub.
  • Page 39 Leisure’s Edge Hot Tub Models LE 852 LE 850 LE 744 LE 742 LE 630 Photo of the Spa Frog System Loaded in the Inline Plumbing Chamber Page 37 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 40: Troubleshooting

    T r o u b l e s h o o t i n g If a problem arises, you can check this list for a quick solution. If this does not resolve your problem, please call our customer care center at 727.573.9611. Additional information is also available at www.PremiumLeisure.com.
  • Page 41 PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION Water does Air lock Bleed air from the system (page 34) not flow Closed jets Open all jets by turning counterclockwise ACV open Close air control valves Water too hot High set Turn down set temperature on topside temperature control panel High ambient...
  • Page 42 MESSAGE MEANING ACTION REQUIRED Sensor A is not working Check the sensor "A" plug correctly. Hot tub is shut connection to circuit board. The down. problem may appear temporarily in an overheat situation and disappear when the heater cools. If the problem persists, contact service.
  • Page 43 Page 41 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 44: Maintenance & Care

    M a i n t e n a n c e & C a r e Important – The warranty on your hot tub and equipment depends on proper sanitation (see pages 22). In addition, the following maintenance procedures must be followed periodically. Cabinets Your cabinet is made from a polymer that combines the durability of plastic with the beauty of simulated wood.
  • Page 45 Draining and Refilling Figure 27 - Drain Operation Turn off the GFCI (or RCD) breaker. Remove hot tub cover and allow water to cool down. Select a safe, suitable drainage area capable of safely assimilating 300 plus gallons of water that may contain unsanitary contaminants and chemical residue that could cause harm to plants or grass.
  • Page 46 Jets Remove and clean the jets as needed using our special our Jet Clean plumbing cleanser, water, and a cloth or soft-bristled brush. Call our order line at 727.573.9611 to order our special our Jet Clean plumbing cleanser. Light Drain the hot tub and clean the light lens as needed using an optical cloth and an eyewear cleaning product specifically designed not to scratch optical surfaces.
  • Page 47 Water Management Our chemical water purification system is a perfect match for your hot tub. Depending on usage, the water in your hot tub should be changed every 1-3 months. Upon each change of water it is a good practice to wipe down the hot tub.
  • Page 48: Specifications

    S p e c i f i c a t i o n s LE 852 (Model 1405) Specifications* Dimensions 91”L x 91”W x 36”D Seats Jets Capacity 395 USG /1,495 L Dry Weight 900 Lbs/408 Kg Filled Weight 4,195 Lbs/1,903 Kg Electrical 240VAC 48A 60Hz GFCI...
  • Page 49 LE 852 Callouts Floor Drain/Wall fitting (Gr), 7818, 7379 Drain Valve, Economy 212-9879PSEDSG, Ozone Jet (SS/Gr); 211-0320G Straight Body 212-1679SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Directional (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring Body 212-1789SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Rotational (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring ; Body 212-8449S-DSGSM, Mini storm Jet, Directional 3-5/16"...
  • Page 50 LE 850 (Model 1404) Specifications* Dimensions 91”L x 91”W x 36”D Seats (2 lounges) Jets Capacity 375 USG /1,420 L Dry Weight 900 Lbs/408 Kg Filled Weight 4,030 Lbs/1,828 Kg Electrical 240VAC 48A 60Hz GFCI (Not included) * Specifications are subject to change without notice. Page 48 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 51 LE 850 Callouts Floor Drain/Wall fitting (Gr), 7818, 7379 Drain Valve, Economy 212-9879PSEDSG, Ozone Jet (SS/Gr); 211-0320G Straight Body 212-1679SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Directional (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring ;Body 212-1789SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Rotational (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring ;Body 212-8449S-DSGSM, Mini storm Jet, Directional 3-5/16"...
  • Page 52 LE 742 (Model 1406) Specifications* Dimensions 84”L x 84”W x 36”D Seats (1 Lounge) Jets Capacity 310 USG /1,173 L Dry Weight 840 Lbs/380 Kg Filled Weight 3,427 Lbs/1,554 Kg Electrical 240VAC 48A 60Hz GFCI (Not included) * Specifications are subject to change without notice. Page 50 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 53 LE 742 Callouts Floor Drain/Wall fitting (Gr), 7818, 7379 Drain Valve, Economy 212-9879PSEDSG, Ozone Jet (SS/Gr); 211-0320G Straight Body 212-1679SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Directional (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring ;Body 212-1789SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Rotational (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring ;Body 212-8449S-DSGSM, Mini storm Jet, Directional 3-5/16"...
  • Page 54 LE 630 (Model 1407) Specifications* Dimensions 84”L x 78”W x 36”D Seats (1 Lounge) Jets Capacity 285 USG /1080 L Dry Weight 710 Lbs/322 Kg Filled Weight 3091 Lbs/1402 Kg Electrical 240VAC 40A 60Hz GFCI (Not included) * Specifications are subject to change without notice. Page 52 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 55 LE 630 Callouts Floor Drain/Wall fitting (Gr), 7818, 7379 Drain Valve, Economy 212-9879PSEDSG, Ozone Jet (SS/Gr); 211-0320G Straight Body 212-1679SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Directional (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring ;Body 212-1789SM-DSGS, Cluster storm Jet, Rotational (SS/Gr); 218-5150, 212-1550G Compensator Ring ;Body 212-8449S-DSGSM, Mini storm Jet, Directional 3-5/16"...
  • Page 56 LE 744 (Model 1408) Specifications* Dimensions 84”L x 78”W x 36”D Seats Jets Capacity 320 USG/1211 L Dry Weight 845 Lbs/383 Kg Filled Weight 3,514 Lbs/1,594 Kg Electrical 240VAC 48A 60Hz GFCI (Not included) * Specifications are subject to change without notice. Page 54 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 57 LE 744 Callouts LE 744 Parts, Domestic Page 55 For HELP, call 727.573.9611...
  • Page 58: Certificate Of Verification

    C e r t i f i c a t e o f V e r i f i c a t i o n Your new hot tub is engineered from concept to completion with its reliability and your long-term satisfaction in mind. Your new hot tub is constructed to our strictest quality standards.
  • Page 59 W a r r a n t y Lifetime Spa Structural Warranty  Premium Leisure LLC warrants the Leisure’s Edge spa shell structure against the loss of water through the fiberglass laminate of the  shell caused by defects in materials and workmanship for as long as the original purchaser owns the spa.  Contact manufacturer if  you have any questions concerning warranty issues.  Five (5) Year – Spa Surface Warranty  Premium Leisure LLC Warrants the Leisure’s Edge interior acrylic spa surface against blisters, cracks, or delaminating resulting from a  defect in the acrylic surface material for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase, based on the following formula:   Suggested retail price divided by months covered (60), multiplied by months owned plus shipping = replacement cost.     Lifetime Manifold Plumbing Parts Warranty  Premium Leisure LLC warrants the Leisure’s Edge plumbing manifolds, fittings, and parts to be free of defects in materials or  workmanship for as long as the original purchaser owns the spa.  Two (2) Year – Limited Spa Equipment Warranty  Premium Leisure LLC warrants the Leisure’s Edge electrical equipment and components to be free of defects in materials and  workmanship for a period of two (2) years on major spa components (electrical system, spa controls, motors) and two (2) years  authorized field service on these items.  Ninety (90) day (Parts ONLY) Limited Warranty on all optional accessory items (optional  cabinets, fixtures, trim kits, skirts, CD & MP3 players, all other music and video devices, ozone, waterfall assembly, LED lighting, etc).   All perishable, cosmetic or owner serviceable items, spa cover, light bulb, light lenses, fuses, headrests, cabinet, filters, cover‐lift, spa  drain, jet inserts, etc are warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship at the time of delivery.  These items may be  covered by a manufacturer’s warranty.  Premium Leisure LLC may serve as an agent in presenting claims under the manufacturers’  warranties, but disclaims any liability there under.  In the event Premium Leisure LLC provides parts to replace an alleged defective  part under warranty owner will be billed for the cost thereof and credited, minus freight, upon both the defective part being  returned to Premium Leisure LLC and the manufacturer of said part accepting warranty claim.    Warranty Performance  In the event of a suspected defect, under the terms of this Limited Warranty, notify manufacturer.  Use all reasonable means to  protect the spa from further damage.  A service representative will provide the technical labor only, to affect the repair subject to  the terms and conditions contained in this Limited Warranty.  The service representative may assess reasonable travel charges.   Visits to simply diagnose, troubleshoot, or inspect problems are not covered under this Limited Warranty.  If we determine that  repairs are not feasible due to functional defect, we reserve the right to provide a replacement part or spa in lieu of repair.  We will  replace with a part of value equal to the original purchase.  In such event, owner is responsible for expenses including removal,  shipping, and re‐installation of the existing or replacement hot tub.  The replacement spa or part will carry the balance of the  original spa’s warranty, if any.  Either party’s waiver of any breach or failure to enforce any of the terms or conditions of the  warranty shall not in any way affect, limit or waive such party’s right at any time to enforce strict compliance with every term and  condition thereof. ...
  • Page 60 6101 45 St. N. St. Petersburg, FL 33714 727.573.9611 www.PremiumLeisure.com...

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