Before performing any electrical or mechanical maintenance work, make sure that the machine has been disconnected from the power supply and that the start-up devices have been not locked out.
Do not handle the equipment with a wet body or feet.
You must disconnect the power supply before performing any work on the hot tub (residual-current device in OFF position or disconnect the cable from the mains).
This system cannot be connected to a simple plug.
It requires a suitable electrical installation. This should be done by a qualified person, following the electrical safety regulations applicable in each country.
The hot tub’s power supply must always be protected by a highly sensitive residual-current device. We recommend a 30mA residual-current device.
Earthing is essential. The building’s earth circuit must always be in a perfect condition to guarantee the safety of the hot tub user. If in doubt, get a suitably qualified person to check your earth circuit. The manufacturer will not be liable for any injury and/or damage caused by inadequate maintenance of the earth circuit.
Use a cable with a cross-sectional area that is suitable for the hot tub’s power and the distance to the electrical panel.
Always follow the instructions in chapter: 2. Precautions and preventive measures.
Do not attempt to access any electrical component if you are not technically trained.
Never access the electrical components if you have wet feet.
The building’s electrical system must have a mechanism to disconnect the hot tub from the mains supply, in accordance with the current regulations.