G.F.C.I Trip Test for Bullfrog Spas

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The 2013 Bullfrog spas are programmed with a GFCI trip test feature which ensures a GFCI breaker is properly installed. THE ELECTRICIAN INSTALLER MUST PERFORM THIS TEST AFTER WIRING THE SPA TO ENSURE PROPER SPA FUNCTION!!  If running GFCI test in a dry (non-filled) spa, this test must be completed within 90 seconds to avoid running heater and pumps in a dry condition. Use the instructions below (per applicable control pad type)
A900 5 Button Control Pad (Bullfrog A Series)
   1. Set dip switch #1 on main control board to the "ON" (up) position. The display will show "TEST" on the main screen.
   2. Navigate (down arrow key) and select (center button) the "SETTINGS" option. Scroll down through settings and select "UTILITIES" then select the "GFCI Test" option, then select "TEST".
   3. The GFCI breaker should trip within several seconds. Reset the breaker to restore power to the spa. If spa is not filled with water, immediately turn GFCI breaker off until spa owner has filled the spa. Return dip switch #1 back to "OFF" (down). If the the GFCI trip test failed, the control panel will display "FAIL" and disable the spa functions until the GFCI breaker is wired properly or replaced. The spa MUST have a working GFCI breaker installed by a licensed electrician and properly wired (two hots, neutral and a ground) before this GFCI trip test will pass.
R600 and S600 6 Button Control Pad (Bullfrog R Series and SportX Series)
     1. Set dip switch #1 on main control board to the "ON" (up) position. The display will show "TEST" on the main screen.
     2. Press "WARM" then "MENU" repeatedly until "UTIL" (utilities) appears on the display.
    3. Press "WARM" then "MENU" "GFCI" should now appear on the control panel display.
    4. Now press in this order "WARM" , "MENU" , "WARM" and "WARM" again.
    5. The GFCI breaker should trip within several seconds. Reset the breaker to restore power to the spa. If spa is not filled with water, immediately turn GFCI breaker off until spa owner has filled the spa. Return dip switch #1 back to "OFF" (down). If the the GFCI trip test failed, the control panel will display "FAIL" and disable the spa functions until the GFCI breaker is wired properly or replaced. The spa MUST have a working GFCI breaker installed by a licensed electrician and properly wired (two hots, neutral and a ground) before this GFCI trip test will pass.
TP400 4 Button Control Pad
    1.  Set dip switch #1 on main control board to the "ON" (up) position. The display will show "TEST" on the main screen.
    2. Press "TEMP" then "LIGHT" repeatedly until you see "UTIL" (utilities)
    3. Press "TEMP" then "LIGHT" "GFCI" should now be showing on the control panel display.
    4. Then press in this order "TEMP" , "LIGHT" , "TEMP" and "TEMP" again.
    5. The GFCI breaker should trip within several seconds. Reset the breaker to restore power to the spa. If spa is not filled with water, immediately turn GFCI breaker off until spa owner has filled the spa. Return dip switch #1 back to "OFF" (down). If the the GFCI trip test failed, the control panel will display "FAIL" and disable the spa functions until the GFCI breaker is wired properly or replaced. The spa MUST have a working GFCI breaker installed by a licensed electrician and properly wired (two hots, neutral and a ground) before this GFCI trip test will pass.

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