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Finding the right heater for your system is imperative in properly repairing your spa control system. Generally speaking, you can find the proper part number from the label located on your heater housing. If it is a Balboa Water Group heater, which will be covered here on this page, the heater number will be on the label which should look something like the following:
#1 - This is the Heater Description #2 - This is the Heater Part Number
The heater part number, as shown in the heater label above, is listed as 58083***1005140015. The first five numbers before the asterisks (*), is the heater part number. Therefore, in this instance, it is 58083, which is one of Balboa's more popular heaters used in most modern spa systems. If you have now been able to determine your heater part number, then simply use our search function above and enter the five digit part number and hit enter. It will take you to the appropriate heater replacement part that you need. If you have been unable to determine which part number you have, maybe because the heater label has been removed, or it is blocked by other spa equipment and you cannot see it, or better yet, you are no where near your spa system right now, but know what spa you have, we can assist you further here below...
You can use our HEATER LOCATOR to locate the correct heater for your spa system. It will guide you through the process of looking up your spa control system part number or model number to locate the correct heater. Finding the correct part should be fairly straight-forward and easy.
DISCLAIMER: The information contained here is here to assist you with your hot tub or spa.. If you feel unsure or uncomfortable in these types of repairs please
contact a qualified spa technician. The use any of the information contained herein is completely AT YOUR OWN RISK. These instructions are primarily intended for
use by qualified personnel specifically trained and experienced in the installation and repair of spas, electrical equipment and related system components.
Installation and service personnel may be required by some states to be licensed. Persons not qualified should not attempt to install this equipment nor attempt
repairs according to these instructions. Please remember that water and electricity DO NOT MIX. If you are not capable of performing a repair yourself, please
contact a local spa professional or a licensed electrician in your area. This information is presented for informational purposes only, and we will not be held
liable for any injuries that may result from the troubleshooting or installation of any electrical components in your hot tub or spa. Continue reading this article
only with the affirmed understanding of what you just read.