The purpose of this article is to help you get the most out of your Master Spas Spa Pool. Today we will talk about how to clean your filters. You can watch a video clip on how to clean the filters.
Let’s start with the question – why clean the filters at all? Clogged filters reduce pump performance, make it difficult to clean water, and in some cases prevent the heater from working. If your spa pool is equipped with a touchscreen, you will see the following messages: insufficient water flow; no water flow; there is little water in the heater; there is no water in the heater. If there is no touchscreen, then you will see these messages in abbreviated form: HL; LF; Dr; or Dy.
The frequency of cleaning the filters depends on several factors. First, what kind of water do you have? If you filled the spa pool with water a few days ago, and one of the messages that we talked about appears, then the filters must be cleaned. In addition, the more often you use the spa pool, the more often you need to clean the filters. Under normal conditions of use, we recommend cleaning the filters once or twice a month. For this simple job you will need: a garden hose, a bucket, a filter cleaner and a towel.
First, unplug your spa pool from the power supply. If this is not done, there is a risk that particles of debris can get into the filter slot, which is completely undesirable since debris can enter the spa system of the pool. Now we take out the filters. The number of filters in different Master Spas models is different, from one to four.