Sundance Spa Cameo 880 series

Our GFI breaker is tripping. Water temp is @ 46 just opened up the hot tub after close down over winter
concerned freezing will occur

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  1. Nigel

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    Shelley, many things can cause a GFCI to trip. Most likely after a fresh fill of your spa it is one and only one appliance tripping the GFCI ie a locked up pump impellor, a bad ozone unit, a bad heater or a leakage of moisture into one of the electrical appliance areas. The easiest thing to do is look in the equipment area for visible leaks. If you see no leaks try unplugging your ozone unit and resetting your GFCI. If the GFCI still trips try unplugging each appliance one by one til you find where the problem lies. Start with your heater. As long as the day time and night time temperatures stay above 0 degrees you likely won’t end up with anything freezing even with the spa not circulating. If all else fails contact your local Sundance Support Desk to book a diagnostic and repair of your Sundance Spa.

  2. Johnny Coenjarts

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    I cannot find the location of the temperature sensor for my 880 series Sundance cameo hot tub. I know where the wires are connected to the circuit board and have trace the wires to piping and from there I do not know where the actual temperature sensor location is inside the hot tub. I’m sceptical as my PDF states a gravity drain and wondering if the temperature sensor is located there.

    • Nigel

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      Johnny the temp sensor is located on the wall inside your filter compartment area. It is threaded into the shell of the spa.

  3. Gavin

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    My cameo Sundance 880 has been working fine until we had a local power outage. Once the power came back on the GFI keeps tripping. Any idea what could be wrong?

    • Nigel

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      What region are you in Gavin?

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