Question about Intex 10x30" Metal Frame Pool w GFCI
Posted by Anonymous on
Unplug the unit. The E90 code on the intex spa is due to a dirty water flow sensor. Remove the control panel and all the screw holding the casing on. In the white plastic piece on the discharge, top hose, you will see a silver nut with a black wire coming from it. That's the sensor. The black wire is plugged into a white wire, carefully unplug it and unscrew the sensor. Clean it good and blow out the hole it goes in. This will fix the code and you will be back in business!
Posted on Oct 04, 2015
Here's the problem after going through 5 control base's yes that's where the pump is located i was beyond mad that this keeps happening so i got my tools out and took the pump apart. Well i did find the problem and yes i fixed it. Here's the deal the pump has a impeller like your fish tank filter pump has in it well it spins on a shaft guess what the shaft is some cheap ol plastic that breaks. Beings that the impeller is magnetic you have to use something that is not magnetic so i bought some round brass rod at hobby lobby and made cut one to size put it back together and it works like a champ!! I have 4 others to fix and store away i may make a Youtube video just sucks that intex can't spend .25 cents and make these things stay going.
Posted on Jun 03, 2016
Hi. Not sure if I get any reply as this is quite an old post but I have decided to fix my E90 fault by myself :)) followed a video on YouTube and found a problem in the actual pump. I need to get the brass shafft. I have the old plastic one but as it broke into 3 pieces I am worried if I even get a tiny measurement wrong it won't work. So does any of you know the actual size of it? I am from UK and spoke to intex today and they said I need to buy the whole pump which is £60 with delivery. So I said to myself I will try to fix it and if I am unlucky I can always buy it. So please if any of you knows the exact measurements of the brass shafft please get back to me :)
Posted on Apr 24, 2019
The water flow sensor is located next to the heating unit. You can rem9ve it with4 screws on the top. It apears to be a a contavt switch thay raises up to make contact when water flows thru.
Posted on Jun 04, 2017
I recently bought a Pure Spa and within 30 minutes of operation I got the E90 error, the problem is that if there are any air bubbles in the filters it will not flow water and give the error.
Just take off the filters, shake them around under the water to remove the trapped air and put them back on - that's all it takes. I was going to send the tub back, its amazing that Intex doesn't know about this issue.
Posted on Oct 27, 2017
The pump is a one piece plastic magnetic with a flimsy thin ceramic shaft that breaks intex does not sell placement or have a repair kit the following link shows how to take apart the pump and reuse shaft best is to go to homedepot and for 10 bucks by i think was 3/16 flux welding or brazing rods =clean flux off rod [its brass ] and cut to length and use as replacement shaft
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Posted on Apr 20, 2017
Has anybody encountered these symptoms my hot tub was left of running at 40 degrees as per usual next day i go out to find the error code alarm sounding off with error code e98 with a low temperature displaying straight after the error code their absolutely no water flow and cannot bypass the error code to use any other functions theirs seems to be sand and debris at the bottom of my pool as i emptied it is does anybody know is their a possibilty my unit is clogged up with dirt or if not what the problem may be
Posted on Dec 17, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dry fire protection is when the heater has a call to heat but it is sensing NO water flow, therefore heater will be disabled.
A dry fire is when the heater comes on with NO water flow - damaging your heater beyond repair.
Causes: No water in tub, closed valves, clog restricting water flow, or the pressure/flow switch had failed?
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