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COOL NIGHTS SERIES

OWNERS MANUAL

11620 - 54th Street North


Clearwater, FL 33760 (727) 573-9888
www.GulfCoastSpas.com

Premier Spas and Custom Wood Products

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.2
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INTRODUCTION.3
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....3
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INSTALLATION...5
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS.6
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STARTUP PROCEDURES....9
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CHEMICAL-FREE AQUACLARA WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.10
SARASOTA INSTRUCTIONS. 11
ONE-TOUCH CONTROLS (Cape Haze, Englewood, Rotunda and Boca Grande)....1115
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PROGRAMMING FILTER CYCLES (Cape Haze, Englewood, Rotunda and Boca Grande)..12
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS...13
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE...14
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MAINTENANCE and CARE15
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SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES16
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SARASOTA SCHEMATIC..17
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CAPE HAZE SCHEMATIC.18
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ENGLWOOD SCHEMATIC19
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ROTUNDA SCHEMATIC20
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BOCA GRANDE SCHEMATIC..21
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WARRANTY CLAIMS.22
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IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION...23

INTRODUCTION
Your Choice of a Gulf Coast spa indicates that you are devoted to excellence. The
management and staff appreciate your patronage and takes pride in the tradition of quality spas that
our company represents.
In order to get the most out of your spa, we strongly suggest that you take time to read through
this manual before you hook up and operate your spa. This will acquaint you with the operating
features; hook up procedures, and maintenance, and safety procedures, ensuring an enjoyable
experience right from the start. Gulf Coast Manufactures has tried to anticipate all of your needs and
desires: however, if you need any additional information, feel free to call your authorized Dealer.
WARNING! This manual was written to ensure the proper use and installation of any Cool
Nights Series spa. Any modifications to the procedures outlined in this manual may result in your
warranty being void. Please take the time to read this manual to avoid any unnecessary problems
with your brand new spa and equipment.
THIS MANUAL AND ITS CONTENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
ALTHOUGH GULFCOAST MANUFACTURER HAS PREPARED THIS MANUAL AS ACCURATE
AND PRECISE AS POSSIBLE, WE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS, INJURY OR DAMAGES
CAUSED BY IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR USE OF SPA (IMPROPER OR OTHERWISE).
This Manual Covers the COOL NIGHTS SERIES
(Sarasota, Cape Haze, Englewood, Rotunda & Boca Grande)
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When installing your spa and using this equipment, always follow basic safety precautions including
the following:
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
DANGER: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY, do not permit children to use this product unless
they are closely supervised at all times.
Your Gulf Coast spa is meant to be enjoyable, healthful and relaxing. Some basic safety rules do
apply when using the spa. Here is a small list of things to remember:
1) Always check the temperature of the spa before entering. Excessively high temperatures can be
hazardous to your health.
2) Persons suffering from heart disease, diabetes, high or low blood pressure and pregnant women
should consult a doctor before using the spa.
3) Persons under the influence of medication, drugs or alcohol should not be allowed into the spa.
4) Do not allow children to use the spa without supervision of an adult.
5) Do not use the spa alone.
6) The GFCI breaker should be tested monthly to ensure it operates properly.
7) Any electrical devices near the spa must be GFCI protected and out of reach from inside the spa.
8) Keep all breakables away from the spa area.
9) Lock the hard cover on any outdoor spas when not in use. Position spa to provide drainage of the
compartment for electrical components. For floor recessed spas, install to permit access for servicing
from above and below floor. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
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TO AVOID INJURY, EXERCISE CARE WHEN ENTERING OR EXITING THE SPA OR HOT TUB.
POUR EVITER LE SOIN D'EXERCICE DE BLESSURE EN ENTRANT OU SORTIR LE SPA OU LE
BAQUET CHAUD.

WARNING SIGN MUST BE POSTED


The (red) WARNING sign above is packed with your new Gulf Coast spa. This sign must be posted in
a prominent place in close proximity to the spa installation site immediately upon completion of spa
installation.
WARNING SIGN It is extremely important that this sign be permanently placed in clear view of any
persons using the spa. Occasional spa users may not be aware of some of the dangers hot water
poses to pregnant women, small children, and people under the influence of alcohol. If you did not
receive a warning sign or your sign has become damaged, please contact your spa dealer or
manufacturer.
DANGER A wire connector is provided on this unit to connect a minimum No. 8 AWG (8.4mm2)
solid copper conductor between unit and any metal equipment, metal enclosures of electrical
equipment, metal water pipe, or conduit, if that item is located within 5 feet (1.5m) of the unit.
DANGER RISK OF ACCIDENTAL DROWNING: Extreme Caution must be exercised at all times,
to prevent unauthorized access by children. To avoid accidents, ensure that children cannot use spa
unless they are supervised at all times. Cover spa and use safety locks to prevent accidents.
DANGER TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY: The suction fittings in the spa are sized to match
the specific water flow created by the pump/pumps. Should the need arise to replace the suction
fittings or the pump/pumps, be sure that the flow rates are compatible (100 GPM - Maximum Flow
rate for current used suctions).
DANGER RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK: Install at least 6 feet (91.5m) from all metal surfaces.
As an alternative, a spa may be installed within 5 feet (1.5m) of metal surfaces if each metal surface
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is permanently connected by a minimum No. 8 AWG (8.4mm2) solid copper conductor to the wire
connector on the terminal box that is proved for this purpose. Do not permit any electrical appliance,
such as a light, telephone, radio or television within 5 feet (1.5m) of the spa, unless factory installed.
Position spa to provide proper drainage of the compartment for electrical components. For floor
recessed spas, install to permit access for servicing from above or below floor. Consideration should
be taken for water splash out. Water can ruin wood floors and some finishes. DO NOT use a wall
switch, ground fault circuit interrupter, circuit breaker, fuse, or plugging and unplugging the spa as a
means of turning on or off your spa for normal everyday use. DO NOT block access door. Set the spa
on a firm level (flat) surface. DO NOT set spa on blocks as structural damage may occur to spa.
WARNING To reduce the risk of injury. The water in a spa should never exceed 40 degrees C (104
degrees F). Water temperatures between 38 degrees C (100 degrees F) and 40 degrees C (104
degrees F) are considered safe for a healthy adult. Lower water temperatures are recommended for
young children and when spa use exceeds 10 minutes. WATER TEMPERATURE IN EXCESS OF 38
DEGREES C MAY BE INJURIOUS TO YOUR HEALTH. AVERTISSEMENT: DES TEMPERATURES
DE L'EAU SUPERIEURES A 38C PEUVANT PRESENTER UN DANGER POUR LA SANTE.
L'AVERTISSEMENT: LA TEMPERATURE D'EAU DEPASSANT 38C MAI EST NUISIBLE A VOTRE
SANTE.
Since excessive water temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during early
pregnancy, pregnant or potentially pregnant women should limit water temperatures to 38 degrees C
(100 degrees F). Before entering a spa, the user should measure the water temperature with an
accurate thermometer. The tolerances of water temperature-regulating devices vary. The use of
alcohol, drugs, or medication before or during spa use may lead to unconsciousness with the
possibility of drowning. Persons suffering from obesity, medical history or heart disease, low/high
blood pressure, circulatory system problems, or diabetes, should consult a physician before using a
spa. Persons using medication should consult a physician before using a spa because some
medications induce drowsiness while others may affect heart rate, blood pressure and circulation.
HYPERTHERMIA Prolonged immersion in hot water may induce hypothermia. A description of the
causes, symptoms, and effects of hyperthermia are as follows:
Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a level several degrees
above the normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees F (37 degrees C). The symptoms of
hyperthermia include drowsiness, lethargy, and an increase in the internal temperature of the body.
The effects of hyperthermia include.
Unawareness of impending hazard; Failure to perceive heat; Failure to recognize the need to exit
spa; Physical inability to exit spa; Fetal damage in pregnant women; and Unconsciousness and
danger of drowning.
INSTALLATION
Proper planning is an important consideration when installing your new spa. Site selection is a critical
step and should be given some serious thought. Planning ahead, before the delivery of your spa, will
make the process of installation easier. The following information is provided to assist you in site
preparations.
1) Check out the local building codes with respects to gates, fences etc.
2) Be sure the spa will have proper access to water, drainage and electricity.
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3) Check with your dealer on how to support the weight. In most cases, the best answer is a 4-inch
thick cement pad. However, there are many ways to support your spa. Please consult your spa sales
representative before constructing a base.
4) Be sure your spa will fit into the space you have chosen, and insure there is proper access into the
area of the spa for repairs if necessary.
5) Ventilation may be needed because of the humidity from the spa. In most cases, a Spa Hard Cover
is sufficient.
5) Check the load carry capabilities of the floor. Most homes meet the requirement of 125 pounds per
square foot.
6) Protect pump and all equipment from the weather. In many cases the equipment already is
installed and needs no further protection.
IMPORTANT! When building a skirt or sinking a spa into a deck or ground, easy access must be
provided beneath the spa. This will ensure proper serviceability to the plumbing and equipment.
Please allow 36 inches. This is a minimum figure only! Consider your design carefully. The more
access the better. Make the access door in a logical place (i.e. near controls and equipment). Consult
your authorized dealer for more details.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
IMPORTANT! Qualified and licensed electricians must perform all electrical hookups. The following
specifications must be followed in order to ensure proper performance and safety.
CAUTION! Failure to abide by specifications listed may result in damage to the equipment and may
void the warranty.
ITEMS
Voltage
Cape Haze-Single Pump
5.5 KW Heater
Single Pump With Blower 230 VAC
Cape Haze-Double Pump
Englewood, Rotunda, Boca
Dual Pumps 230 VAC
Sarasota-Single Pump
1.5 KW Heater 120 VAC
5.5 KW Heater 230 VAC

SPECIFICATIONS:
Breaker
Size:(amp/GFI)

Wire Size (Gauge)

50 Amp Dedicated

6/3 With Ground

60 Amp Dedicated

6/3 With Ground

20 Amp Dedicated
50 Amp Dedicated

12/3 Standard Size


8/3 Standard Size

ALL SPAS WITH DUAL 5.0 HP PUMPS MUST BE WIRED WITH A 60 AMP BREAKER. FAILURE
TO DO SO WILL CAUSE EQUIPMENT DAMAGE AND WILL NOT BE COVERED UNDER
WARRANTY.
ALL SPAS MUST BE PROTECTED WITH AN OVER CURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICE WITH
BUILT-IN GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI) IN THE SERVICE PANEL.
CANADA/EUROPE:
CAUTION: CONNECT ONLY TO A CIRCUIT PROTECTED BY A CLASS A GROUND FAULT
CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER. ATTENTION: CONNECTER UNIQUEMENT A UN CIRCUIT PROTEGE
PAR UN DISJONCTEUR DIFFERENTIEL DE CLASS A.
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CSA Enclosure 3 CAUTION: TEST THE GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER BEFORE EACH USE
OF THE SPA. TOUJOURS VERIFIER L'EFFICACITE DU DISJONCTEUR DIFFERENTIEL AVANT
D'UTILISER LE BAIN. BONDING LUGS. COSSES DEMISE A LA MASSE. USE THE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY. EMPLOYER UNIQUEMENT DES CONDUTEURS DE CUIVRE.
WARNING: DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL POWER BEFORE SERVICING. AVERTISSEMENT:
DISCONNECTER DU CIRCUIT D'ALIMENTATION ELECTRIQUE AVENT L'ENTRETIEN. BEFORE
OBTAINING ACCESS TO TERMINALS, ALL SUPPLY CIRCUITS MUST BE DISCONNECTED.
EN60335-1 and EN60335-2-60. 230vac/50Hz. 2x16A Single Phase. IPX5. Spa Model. Gulf Coast
Spa Manufacturers
Parts containing live parts supplied with safety extra low voltage not exceeding 12v must be
inaccessible to a person in the bath. Earthed appliances must be permanently connected to fixed
wiring. Parts incorporating electrical components, except remote control devices, must be located or
fixed so that they cannot fall into the bath. Appliances should be supplied through a residual current
device (RCD) having a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30ma.
Means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.

IMPORTANT
6 Gauge Wire
MUST
Be Used!

Breaker Box
60 AMP GFCI

Load 120 Volts (RED)


To Spa

Load Neutral (WHITE)


To Spa

Load (RED)
INPUT

60 Amps

Load 120 Volts (BLACK)


To Spa

Load (BLACK)
INPUT

Pig Tail (WHITE)


From GFCI Breaker
Going To Neutral Bar
In Box

Load Neutral Bar


Load Neutral
(WHITE)
INPUT

Ground Bar Attached


To Box (GREEN)
INPUT & OUT

IMPORTANT NOTE: Installation of


this GFCI-Circuit Breaker,
including ampere sizing and
selection of conductor size and
type, must be accomplished by a
qualified electrician in
accordance with the National
Electrical Code, or The Canadian
Electrical Code, and all federal,
state and local codes and
regulations in effect at the time of
installation.

Power
Source
IN

Ground (GREEN)
INPUT

To Spa

Ground (Green)
To Spa

NOTE THIS: The white Neutral wire from


the back of the GFCI MUST be connected
to an incoming Line Neutral. The internal
mechanism of the GFCI requires this
neutral connection. The GFCI will not
work without it.

STARTUP PROCEDURES
IMPORTANT! Read these step-by-step startup procedures before starting your spa. Failure to follow
any of these steps listed may result in damage to the equipment and may void the warranty.
NOTE: Running the spa pump dry (without water running through it) could cause IMMEDIATE
damage! Be sure the following conditions exist:
The spa has been installed properly in accordance with the instructions in this manual.
All valves must be open from the spa to the spa pack. These are usually located to the left of the
pump and to the right of the equipment head. Be sure the Slide Valve T-Handles are pulled out
completely.
Slide Valve
T-Handle

Union

Check and tighten unions at each end of the heater tube. CAUTION! DO NOT use a wrench. These
are hand-tightened unions and over tightening may cause damage to unions and gaskets, which may
not be covered under warranty.
Clean out the spa and remove any foreign material. Gel Gloss Acrylic Polish or any type of soft paste
wax is recommended for polishing the surface of your spa. Fill spa with water (hard water is
recommended) to approximately 4 inches from the top of the spa. Simply put a garden hose directly
into the spa. CAUTION! Be sure drain bib is closed before the water is turned on. DO NOT turn
pump on until the spa is filled to the required level. Running the pump dry may cause
IMMEDIATE damage, which will not be covered under warranty!
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Once the spa is filled to the proper level, check to make sure the valves are open at the pump. Start
the pump and watch for some water to come out of the jets.
If the water is running smoothly through the lines, open the air valve (AVC) to the jets and you should
see a great increase in jet pressure.
CAUTION! The water from your hot water tank should not be used to fill the spa.
SPECIAL NOTE: If you are unsure of any of the above startup procedures, please call the 24-hour
Gulf Coast Spa Manufacturers service line at (727) 573-9888.
CHEMICAL-FREE AQUACLARA WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM*

Chemical-Free Hypoallergenic Easy-To-Use


Gulf Coast Spas now offers a chemical-free water purification system for your spa.
You NEVER have to worry about:

Testing or balancing your purifier


level
Testing or balancing your pH level
Testing or balancing your total
alkalinity level

Testing or balancing your calcium or


hardness level
Adding clarifier
Adding scale remover
Adding stain or scum remover
Adding foam remover

Plus, the AquaClara Water Management System removes harmful metals and makes your water feel
softer without adversely affecting valuable minerals.

All without using chemicals!


With the combination of the copper and zinc media in our exclusive AquaClara Water Management
System our patented AquaClara Disc, the Ozonator, the Vortec Filtration Method, and Microban
the need for excessive chemicals is eliminated. You will save hundreds of dollars annually with this
easy-to-use system.

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How it Works
Microban is an antimicrobial agent impregnated into the acrylic for the life of the spa that
repels bacteria off the spa shell
The Ozonator hyperoxygenates the water to kill algae, viruses and bacteria in the water
The Vortec Filtration Method then filters solid particulates out of the water
Water then passes through the copper and zinc ions on the AquaClara Disc, removing harmful
elements such as lead and inorganics while creating a bacteriostatic environment in the filter

*AquaClara Water Management System must be used in conjunction with a sanitizer. Do not exceed 02 filtration cycle while using the AquaClara
Water Management System. Place TWO to THREE AquaClara Tablets UNDER the AquaClara Disc weekly. Go to www.GulfCoastSpas.com/store for
details.

AquaClara Does this For You!


There is no maintenance required for your spa shell, simply keep it clean.
When you are ready to drain the water, attach a garden hose to the drain bib and open the valve.
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SARASOTA INSTRUCTIONS
The Sarasota is designed to seat two adults. The 15 hydrotherapy jets can be regulated to provide a
relaxing massage to sooth away stress and the air control valve can be turned to adjust the strength
of the water massage. The Sarasota holds approximately 222 gallons of water and offers an
automatic, programmable heating (94 to 104) and filtration system.
The guidelines below explain how to properly use the Sarasota. Follow these guidelines to maintain
the spa for your long-term vacation at home.
Plugging in the Sarasota

Plug the power cord directly into a dedicated,


grounded circuit capable of carrying 20 or more
amps. No other appliances should be on the
same circuit. Immediately replace the power
cord is it becomes damaged.
The power cord is equipped with a Ground
Fault Circuit Interrupter located at the end of
the power cord. You always should test the
GFCI before using the Sarasota.

Make sure the cut-off valves to the pump


are open and fill the spa with water. Plug in the
power cord and turn the spa on. Note: The first
time the power cord is plugged in, the spa will
turn on automatically.

First, press the pump button on the console to


turn on the Sarasota. Second, press the GFCI
test button. The Sarasota should turn off.
Third, press the GFCI reset button. The
Sarasota should resume normal operation. If
the Sarasota continues to run after the test
button is pressed, the GFCI is damaged. Do
not use the Sarasota until a qualified electrician
repairs the GFCI.

Starting the Sarasota


Once you have tested the GFCI, you should verify the water flow from the pumping unit. Set the air
control on the console to the lowest setting (see console diagram). The pumping unit will heat the
water as it pumps. Place the cover tightly on the Sarasota. The water will heat at approximately 3.4
per hour with the cover on. If you are using the spa indoors and the room temperature is maintained
at 70F, it will take approximately eight hours for the water to reach the set temperature. See the
console diagram for help setting the temperature.

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Sarasota Console Diagram

Using the Sarasota Console


Pump Key: Press this key once to turn the pump on low speed. Press this key a second time to turn
the pump on high speed. Press this key a third time to turn off the pump. Unless manually turned off,
the pump automatically will shut off after 20 minutes. The indicator will illuminate while the pump is
running in high speed and flash while running in low speed. If the filter indicator is lit, a filtration cycle
has begun and you will not be able to turn off the pump.
Air Control: This easy-to-use, oversized knob determines the amount of air that is released in the
spa jet system when the pump is on. Turn the control to the left and more air will flow through the jets
providing maximum hydrotherapy. Turn the control to the right for less air in the jets and softer
hydrotherapy.
Light Key: This button turns the light on and off. When the light is on, the indicator above the button
will be lit. The light automatically will turn off after two hours.
Temperature Keys: Press the up arrow key to increase the temperature. Press the down arrow key
to decrease the temperature. The temperature can be adjusted in 1 increments between 41 F and
104 F (5 C and 40 C). The new setting will remain on the screen for five seconds as a confirmation.
During this time, the Temperature Set Indicator will be lit, informing you that this is the desired
temperature not the actual temperature. After five seconds, the display will return to the current
temperature reading. When the temperature drops to 1 F below the set temperature, the system will
call for heat. The Heat On Indicator will be lit while the heater is on and flash when there is a call for
heat and the heater has not yet been activated.
Freeze Protection: If the water temperature drops below 49 F, the pump and heater will turn on for
two minutes or until the temperature reaches 50 F. FrE will be displayed throughout this cycle. All
functions (except the alarms) will be disabled while the freeze protection is active.
High Temperature Protection: If the water temperature exceeds 115 F at the Hi-Limit sensor, the
system will display an HL message and the heater will turn off. If the water temperature exceeds 122
F at the Hi-Limit sensor, all outputs will be shut off. After the water has cooled, press any key on the
console to resume normal operation. If the water temperature does not seem to be elevated, poor
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water flow or electrical line interference (thunder storms, voltage surges, etc.) may have caused the
HL message. Simply reset and monitor the system.
Programming Filter Cycle: You may choose to filter the spa one, two or three times a day as
required to keep the water clean and sanitary. Press and release the pump key and up arrow key at
the same time. The current setting will be displayed. Press the up or down arrow keys to increase or
decrease the frequency of the filtration cycles. To save the new setting, press and release the pump
key and up arrow key at the same time. The cycles will repeat every eight, 12 or 24 hours. Gulf Coast
recommends setting the filtration cycles opposite sleeping hours.
Programming Filter Cycle Duration: You may choose to filter the spa 60, 120 or 180 minutes per
cycle as required to keep the water clean and sanitary. Press and release the light key and up arrow
key at the same time. The current setting will be displayed. Press the up or down arrow keys to
increase or decrease the duration of the filtration cycles. To save the new setting, press and release
the light key and up arrow key at the same time.
Note: If no key is pressed within five seconds during programming, the system will revert back
to the monitoring mode. If the pump and/or light were turned on during programming, turn them off.
The system will revert back to display the water temperature within five seconds.
Sarasota System Messages
FLC Flow-related
FLO Flow-related

Default System Operation: When power is applied


or there is a temporary loss of power, the system will
initiate its default programming. The filter cycle will
begin 24 hours after the system has been powered
up. The filtration cycle will be active for one hour and
will repeat every 24 hours. The temperature will be
maintained at 95 F. Freeze protection will be active.

PrH Hi-limit sensor


Prr Temperature sensor
FrE Freeze protection engaged

For troubleshooting assistance visit


www.GulfCoastSpas.com or call Gulf Coast
Spas 24/7 service hotline at (727) 573-9888.

HL Hi-limit protection

Three flashing dots mean the system has detected a problem with the
pressure switch or the high limit probe. Check and open water valves.
Clean filter or add water if necessary. Shut power off and power up the
spa again to reset the system.
Flashing water temperature on the display means the water
temperature has reached 112 F. Remove spa cover and allow water
to cool down. The system should reset itself when the water cools
down to 109 F.

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ONE-TOUCH CONTROLS

Top Side Control


Functions

The Quick Reference Card provides a quick overview of your spas main
functions and the operations accessible with your digital control
Starting Pump 1:

Press Pump 1 key to turn Pump 1 on


at low speed. Press a second time to
turn Pump 1 to high speed. A third
time turns pump 1 off. A built-in timer
automatically turns pump off after 20
minutes, unless manually deactivated
first.
The Pump 1 indicator lights
up when Pump 1 is on.

Turning on Light:

Press Light key to turn Light on. Press a


second time to turn light off. A built-in
timer automatically turns Light off after 2
hours, unless it has been manually
deactivated.
The Light indicator lights
up when Light is on.
Setting Water Temperature:

Starting Pump 2:
Press Pump 2 key to turn Pump 2
on. Pressing a second time turns
Pump 2 off. A built-in timer
automatically turns pump off after 20
minutes, unless it has been manually
deactivated.
The Pump 2 indicator lights
up when Pump 2 is on.

Starting the Blower:


Press Blower key to turn Blower on.
at low speed. Press a second time
to turn Blower off. A built-in timer
automatically turns pump off after 20
minutes, unless it has been manually
deactivated.
The Blower indicator lights
up when Pump 1 is on.

Use Up or Down arrow key to regulate


water temperature. The temperature
setting will be displayed for 5 seconds
to confirm your new selection.
The Set Point symbol indicates
the desired temperature, NOT
the current water temperature!
Water temperature can be
adjusted by 1 increments from
59 to 104 F.

Automatic water heater start:


When water temperature is 1 F (0.5
C) lower than the Set Point, the heater
will automatically turn on until water
temperature reaches Set Point plus 1
F (0.5 C).

The Heater indicator lights


up when the heater is on.

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PROGRAMMING FILTER CYCLES


The system automatically performs two cycles per day, at 12-hour intervals. During a filter cycle:
- Pump 2 and Blower run at high speed for one minute;
- Pump 1 runs at low speed for a programmed number of hours;
- Ozonator is turned on.
To set the filter cycle duration:

Press and hold Light key


for 5 sec. The display will
show xx, with xx
representing the number of
hours Pump 1 will be
running at low speed.

Use Up or Down arrow key


to change setting.
00 = no filtration
12 = continuous filtration.

When the desired setting is


displayed, press Light key
again to confirm.
The Filter Cycle indicator
lights up when a filter cycle
is on.

An irregularly flashing Filter Cycle indicator means that the system has stopped filtering after 3 hours
because water temp, exceeds Set Point by more than 2 F (1 C). If temperature cools down before
the scheduled end of the cycle, filtering will resume for the remainder of the programmed cycle.
Note: After a power failure, the filter cycle duration will return to its default value (6 hours). In this
case, the first filter cycle will start 12 hours after power has been restored. The filter cycle will be
suspended if the user enters the spa and activates a pump or blower manually. This is to prevent
unnecessary operation of the ozonator. The cycle will be suspended for 40 minutes beyond the last
manual activation of any accessory. The filter indicator will flash on the display while the filter cycle is
suspended.

GULF COAST MANUFACTURERS


EQUIPMENT PACK
Color Coded Spa
Equipment Hook
ups.

Pressure Switch

Heating Housing and Heater Element Inside Tube

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Who do I call for warranty information or service?
Trained representatives from Gulf Coast Spas are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to
meet all of your needs. Call (727) 573-9888.
Who are the service companies in my area?
Gulf Coast Spas contracts with several service companies in your area to ensure the best possible
response time. Gulf Coast customers are guaranteed to receive service response priority. If you
encounter a matter that cant be easily resolved over the phone, a local technician can be dispatched
to your home. Call our service department at (727) 573-9888.
What happens when my warranty is expired?
Gulf Coast Spas will continue to service your spa after your warranty has expired via its 24/7 service
hotline (727) 573-9888.
Are the jets removable? Interchangeable? Replaceable?
Most jets are made removable for easy cleaning and customized hydrotherapy. We recommend you
remove them every 3 months, clean with a citrus-based product, rinse thoroughly and replace.
How do I adjust my jet?
Simply turn the jets counterclockwise to open and clockwise to close. Be careful not to overturn the
jets, as damage can occur.
CAUTION: DO NOT TURN OFF TOO MANY JETS AT THE SAME TIME. THIS WILL
CREATE BACKFLOW AND POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO YOUR SPA!
How do I maintain my cabinet?
California Redwood is virtually maintenance free. A thin coat of linseed or cotton oil treatment applied
twice a year will help maintain the cabinets luster.
What is the insulation made of?
Gulf Coast uses a five-step Thermazone process to fully insulate all of its hot tubs. First, the bottom
of each tub is blanketed with a thick layer of solid-cell, high-density insulating foam. Second, an outer
layer of insulation is added. Third, an inner layer of insulation is wrapped around the entire cabinet.
Fourth, a bottom layer of insulation is added on the floor. Fifth, a 5-inch thick tapered cover is
included.
How do I use aromatherapy?
Remove scented bead cartridge from plastic cover. Twist off aromatherapy injector valve cap on top
of spa (refer to No. 20 on your spa schematic sheet). Insert scented bead cartridge. Replace cap.
What does my spa weigh and how much water does it hold?
SARASOTA

CAPE HAZE

ENGLEWOOD

ROTUNDA

BOCA GRANDE

DRY: 470 lbs (213 kg)


FULL: 2,246 lbs
(1,018 kg)
222 gallons (842
liters)

DRY: 590 lbs (267 kg)


FULL: 3,142 lbs
(1,425 kg)
319 gallons (1,209
liters)

DRY: 730 lbs (331 kg)


FULL: 3,610 lbs
(1,637 kg)
360 gallons (1,365
liters)

DRY: 790 lbs (358 kg)


FULL: 4,790 lbs
(2,172 kg)
500 gallons (1,892
liters)

DRY: 790 lbs (358 kg)


FULL: 4,229 lbs
(1,918 kg)
430 gallons (1,630
liters)

17

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Gulf Coast Spa Manufacturers always has endeavored to represent spas that are second to none in
terms of quality. Problems may arise that may or, or may not require service. If a problem does arise,
check the following troubleshooting guide for a solution. If the problem cannot be solved in this
manner, please call our service hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (727) 573-9888 or refer to
the interactive SpaTech located at www.GulfCoastSpas.com.

PROBLEM
95 FLASHING ON TOP SIDE
CONTROL
CAUSE: Power to spa has been
disrupted.
PROGRAMMED FILTRATION
CYCLE HAS STOPPED
PREMATURELY
CAUSE: Light was turned on.
NOTHING WORKS
CAUSE: Breaker has tripped.

SOLUTION
Reset desired temperature and filtration cycle,
resume normal operations.
Turn off light by pressing light key. Filtration will resume and
complete the programmed cycle 40 minutes beyond the last
manual activation/de-activation.
Check and reset breaker. If the problem persists, check all
electrical connections to ensure none are loose.

WATER WILL NOT HEAT


CAUSE 1: Filter is dirty.

Check and clean filter.

CAUSE 2: Thermostat is too low.

Check and reset to desired temperature.

CAUSE 3: Fuse is blown.

Check and replace fuse.

CAUSE 4: Slide shut-off valves


are closed partially or completely.
POOR JET PRESSURE
CAUSE 1: Filter is dirty.

Check and open all valves.

CAUSE 2: System is air locked.

Purge/bleed system at heater tube. (see


www.GulfCoastSpas.com)

Check and clean filter.

CAUSE 3: Jets are closed.


Open jets by rotating counterclockwise.
WATER IS TOO HOT/OVER
TEMPERATURE
CAUSE 1: System is filtering too
long.
CAUSE 2: Thermostat is set too
high.

Reduce filtration time to 01.


Reset temperature to lower setting.
(If the weather is extremely hot, remove the spa cover. Running
the blower may help cool the water. Add cold water if
necessary.)

18

MAINTENANCE and CARE


IMPORTANT! The warranty on your spa and equipment is dependent on proper use of the
AquaClara Water Management System. A special section of this manual will cover the AquaClara
Water Management System. In addition, the following maintenance procedures must be followed
periodically.
FILTER The filter in your spa should be cleaned every week. This will ensure that the water is being
filtered properly, and there is no restriction in the filter due to dirt and grease.
IMPORTANT! Cleaning the filter can be done easily using pressure from a hose to remove debris
from the paper element. It is recommended to have a second filter, which can be swapped between
cleanings. This will enable you to quickly exchange the dirty filter with the clean one and immediately
start your spa again.
WATER Depending on usage, the water in your spa should be changed every 1-3 months. Upon
each change of water it is good practice to wipe down the spa. This will open the pores of the acrylic
and remove dirt and scum while putting a protective coating on the acrylic keeping dirt and scum from
permanently staining the spa acrylic.
To Drain the Water: 1. Remove cap from drain bib. 2. Turn knob counterclockwise (open) until
it stops. 3. Pull knob firmly for full flow. 4. Drain. 5. Push knob back in place. 6. Turn knob clockwise
(closed) until it stops. 7. Replace cap on drain bib.
SPA CONTROL PACK The spa support pack requires very little maintenance over its life span.
When changing the filter, simply inspect the spa packs self-monitoring lights. Wipe off dust from the
spa pack; this can increase its life by allowing better ventilation.
CABINET SKIRTING Maintenance on your skirt is minimal. It is recommended to treat the skirt
periodically with a water - resistant stain or a good grade linseed oil.
SPA COVER The 5-inch thick tapered cover on your spa is made from a weatherproof marine vinyl.
Your cover will last much longer if you heed the following suggestions:
1) Dont drag the cover on the ground; wearing of the vinyl could easily develop into a tear.
2) The insulating foam in your cover is not designed to hold the weight of a person or an animal.
IMPORTANT! Cracked foam in the cover is not covered under warranty!
3) Occasionally wipe the cover, inside and out with soap and water, or vinyl cleaner. This will help
make the finish last longer and look better.
4) Dura Shine applied to the cover & stitching once yearly will keep your cover looking better longer.
5) Do not lift the cover by the safety straps, they are made to secure the tub to the cabinet and may
tear.

19

SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES
Your spa must be emptied approximately every 1-3 months to ensure the spa water is clean and safe.
Follow these step-by-step procedures whenever you need to empty your spa:
The spa must be turned off. Simply turn off the heater switch or turn down the thermostat to the
lowest setting. Turn off the pump.
Connect a hose to the garden hose bib on the spa and open the garden hose bib valve.
Drain the spa until the waterline is just above the bottom suction of your spa in the foot well.
CAUTION! DO NOT let the pump run dry. IMMEDIATE DAMAGE may result which could void the
warranty.
Bail out the remaining water (using a Wet Dry Vacuum).
LONG-TERM SHUTDOWN: If you wish to shut down your spa for an extended period of time, certain
requirements must be met. A long-term shutdown may be due to an extended vacation or a
mechanical failure. Due to possible cold weather, a number of special accessories may be
neccessary to facilitate a long-term shutdown. These include:
Sump Pump
Wet Dry Vacuum
Small electric heater (MUST be used in cold weather)
RV recreational antifreeze (MUST be used in cold weather)
If in winter, your spa pack fails and service is not immediately available to you, follow the above
shutdown procedures in addition to the following:
Drain the spa until absolutely no water remains. Use Wet Dry Vacuum if necessary to either blow all
lines clear or to suck all lines clear.
Place a small electric heater under the skirting of the spa.
Unhook the suction and return lines by loosening both unions on the heater tube and drain lines as
much as possible. Remove filter from canister.
If possible, remove the spa control pack from the spa (see page 12) and bring inside for protection
from freezing. If the spa is to be out of service for a long time, it may be necessary to squirt RV
antifreeze into each jet to prevent any freezing.
Vacuum out Jets, Pump, Heater, and Filter Canister with a Wet Dry Vacuum.
WARNING! If these steps are not taken during cold weather when the spa is shut down, serious
damage to the lines and spa may result! Freezing of the spa and/or equipment is not covered under
warranty. If necessary, call the Gulf Coast 24-hour technical support hotline at (727) 573-9888.

20

INTERIOR & PLUMBING PARTS


SPA MODEL
SPA DIMENSION
NUMBER SEATS
WATER JETS
AIR JETS
WATER CAPACITY (USG)
DRY WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
FILLED WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
ELECTRICAL RATING (VAC/AMP/HZ)
GFCI (AMP)

5000/SARASOTA
73" X 79" X 30"
3 ADULTS
15
0
222
470/213
2,246/1,018

REF. #

ITEM DESCRIPTION

GULF COAST PART #

QTY

ADJ. CLUSTER STORM JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1507S

120/240/16/40/60
20/50

AIR INJECTOR JET

7377

NON ADJ. CLUSTER JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1497S

MINI ROTO JET

ADJ. EURO JET

POLY STORM ROTO JET (LARGE FACE)

POLY STORM ROTO JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8017S

POLY STORM DIR. JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8057S

POLY STORM TWIN ROT O JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8177S

ADJ. DIR. MINI JET

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7927S

10

JUMBO STORM JET

711-0090, 210-6817S

11

POWER STORM JET

212-2010G, 218-6680, 212-2067S

12

AIR CONTROL

660-3587(660-4407)

13

HI-FLO SUCTION

10-6764(GREY)

14

WATERFALL 6"

675-4007

3111

15
16

LIGHT ASSEMBLY
DYNO-FLO SKIM FILTER W. 35 SQ. FT. FILTER

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7937S


210-1627
212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8147S

NOTES

0
6
0

510-6547HS, 817-3501

1
1

17

FILTER LID

3003

18

35 SQ. FT FILTER CARTRIDGE

817-3501

19

PILLOW 12"

3012

20

AROMATHERAPY INJECTOR

23041001

21

AROMA GARDENIA

23040500

22

ACRYLIC 78" X 90"

GR 7021078090

23

SPA FLOOR DRAIN WITH VALVE

7381, 7379

24

THERMOWELL

7380

25
26

SPA SIDE CONTROL


SPA COVER (BROWN)

6103, 6105
7550

1
1

27

WALL FITTING

212-1827

28

WATERFALL VALVE

600-4367

IF SUPPLY SEPARATELY

CS6100-VDS
76" X70" X 6RC H21

MODEL: 5000/SARASOTA
EQUIPMENT ASSEMBLY & MANUAL
N/A
N/A

ELECTRICAL CONTROL, FACE PLAT E G.C.


P1 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)

N/A

P2 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

20A GFCI W. CORD


BLOWER
OZONE GENERATOR
OWNER'S MANUAL

6087, 6089(CS6100-VDS)
5040,6071, 310-1143HS, 400-4060(2PER PUMP)

1
1

120/240V/16/40A/60HZ
115V/16.4/4.4A,1.5/0.25HP/60HZ

0
2475
6080
7382, 7384
7068

1
0
0
1

12/3 CORD
115V/1HP/60HZ
115V/60HZ
GULF COAST

INTERIOR & PLUMBING PARTS


SPA MODEL
SPA DIMENSION
NUMBER SEATS
WATER JETS
AIR JETS
WATER CAPACITY (USG)
DRY WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
FILLED WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
ELECTRICAL RATING (VAC/AMP/HZ)
GFCI (AMP)

7000/CAPE HAZE
81" X 81" X 35"
6 ADULTS
21
10
319
590/267
3,142/1,425

REF. #

ITEM DESCRIPTION

GULF COAST PART #

Q-TY

ADJ. CLUSTER STORM JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1507S

5
10

AIR INJECTOR JET

7377

NON ADJ. CLUSTER JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1497S

MINI ROTO JET

POLY STORM ROTO JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8147S

POLY STORM ROTO JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8017S

POLY STORM DIR. JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8057S

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8177S

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7927S

240/40/60
50

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7937S

POLY STORM TWIN ROT O JET (LARGE FACE)

0
0

ADJ. DIR. MINI JET

10

JUMBO STORM JET

711-0090, 210-6817S

11

WHIRLPOOL JET

212-2010G, 218-6680, 212-2067S

12

AIR CONTROL

660-3587(660-4407)

13

HI-FLO SUCTION

10-6764(GREY)

14

WATERFALL 6"

675-4007

15

LIGHT ASSEMBLY

3111

510-6547HS, 817-3501

16

DYNO-FLO SKIM FILTER W. 35 SQ. FT FILTER

NOTES

17

FILTER LID

3003

18

35 SQ. FT FILTER CARTRIDGE

817-3501

19

PILLOW 12"

3012

20

AROMATHERAPY INJECTOR

23041001

21

AROMA GARDENIA

23040500

22

ACRYLIC 90" X 90"

GR 7021090090

23

SPA FLOOR DRAIN WITH VALVE

7381, 7379

24

THERMOWELL

7380

25
26

SPA SIDE CONTROL, OVERLAY G.C.


SPA COVER (BROWN)

6070, 6084
7552

1
1

27

WALL FITTING

212-1827

28

WATERFALL VALVE

600-4367

29

SUPER HI-FLO SUCTION

640-3607

IF SUPPLY SEPARATELY

CS6230-VDS
80" X 80" X 6RC H22

MODEL: 7000/CAPE HAZE


EQUIPMENT ASSEMBLY & MANUAL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ELECTRICAL CONTROL, FACE PLAT E G.C.


P1 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
P2 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
20A GFCI W. CORD

6099, 6101
7136/6071/310-1753HS/4005650(2PER
PUMP)
7135/6076/310-1753HS/4005650(2PER
PUMP)
2475

N/A

BLOWER

6080

N/A

OZONE GENERATOR

7382, 7384

N/A

OWNER'S MANUAL

7068

1
1
0
0
1
1
1

240V/48A/60HZ (CS6230-VDS)
230V/12/4.4A/60
230/12.0/60
12/3 CORD
115V/1HP/60HZ
115V/60HZ
GULF COAST

SPA MODEL
SPA DIMENSION
NUMBER SEATS
WATER JETS
AIR JETS
WATER CAPACITY (USG)
DRY WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
FILLED WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
ELECTRICAL RATING (VAC/AMP/HZ)
GFCI (AMP)

8000/ENGLEWOOD
86" X 86" X 35"
7 ADULTS
33
12
360
730/331
3,610/1,637

INTERIOR & PLUMBING PARTS

240/48/60
60

REF. #

ITEM DESCRIPTION

GULF COAST PART #

Q-TY

ADJ. CLUSTER STORM JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1507S

7377

12

AIR INJECTOR JET

POLY STORM DIR. JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8167S

MINI ROTO JET

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7937S

POLY STORM ROTO JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8147S

POLY STORM ROTO JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8017S

POLY STORM DIR. JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8057S

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8177S

12

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7927S

7
8
9

ADJ. DIR. MINI JET

10

JUMBO STORM JET

711-0090, 210-6817S

11

WHIRLPOOL JET

212-2010G, 218-6680, 212-2067S

12

AIR CONTROL

660-3587(660-4407)

13

HI-FLO SUCTION

10-6764(GREY)

14

WATERFALL 6"

675-4007

15

LIGHT ASSEMBLY

3111

510-6547HS, 817-3501

16

Seat 5

Seat 6

POLY STORM TWIN ROTO JET (LARGE FACE)

DYNO-FLO SKIM FILTER W. 35 SQ. FT FILTER

17

FILTER LID

3003

18

35 SQ. FT FILTER CARTRIDGE

817-3501

19

PILLOW 12"

3012

20

AROMATHERAPY INJECTOR

23041001

21

AROMA GARDENIA

23040500

22

ACRYLIC 90" X 90"

GR 7021090090

23

SPA FLOOR DRAIN WITH VAL VE

7381, 7379

24

THERMOWELL

7380

25
26

SPA SIDE CONTROL, OVERLAY G.C.


SPA COVER (BROWN)

6070, 6084
7554

1
1
1

27

WALL FITTING

212-1827

28

WATERFALL VALVE

600-4367

29

SUPER HI-FLO SUCTION

640-3607

NOTES

IF SUPPLY SEPARATELY

CS6230-VDS
84" X 84" X 6RC H22

MODEL: 8000/ENGLEWOOD
EQUIPMENT ASSEMBLY & MANUAL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ELECTRICAL CONTROL, FACE PLATE


P1 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
P2 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
20A GFCI W. CORD
BLOWER
OZONE GENERATOR
OWNER'S MANUAL

6099, 6101
7136/6071/310-1753HS/4005650(2PER PUMP)
7135/6076/310-1753HS/4005650(2PER PUMP)
2475
6080
7382, 7384
7068

1
1
1
0
1
1
1

240V/48A/60HZ (CS6230-VDS)
230V/12/4.4A(SEATS 1,2,3,WF)
230/12.0(SEATS 4,5,6,7)
12/3 CORD
115V/1HP/60HZ
115V/60HZ
GULF COAST

SPA MODEL
SPA DIMENSION
NUMBER SEATS
WATER JETS
AIR JETS
WATER CAPACITY (USG)
DRY WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
FILLED WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
ELECTRICAL RATING (VAC/AMP/
GFCI (AMP)

9000/ROTUNDA
95" X 95" X 40"
7 ADULTS
28
10
500
790/358
4,790/2,172
HZ)

INTERIOR & PLUMBING PARTS

240/48/60
60

REF.
#

ITEM DESCRIPTION

GULF COAST PART #

Q-TY

ADJ. CLUSTER STORM JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1507S

5
10

AIR INJECTOR JET

7377

NON ADJ. CLUSTER JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1497S

MINI ROTO JET

POLY STORM ROTO JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8147S

POLY STORM ROTO JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8017S

POLY STORM DIR. JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8057S

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8177S

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7927S

7
8
9

ADJ. DIR. MINI JET


JUMBO STORM JET

711-0090, 210-6817S

11

WHIRLPOOL JET

212-2010G, 218-6680, 212-2067S

12

AIR CONTROL

660-3587(660-4407)

13

HI-FLO SUCTION

10-6764(GREY)

14

WATERFALL 6"

675-4007

16

LIGHT ASSEMBLY
DYNO-FLO SKIM FILTER W. 35 SQ. FT. FILTER

3111

510-6547HS, 817-3501

17

FILTER LID

3003

18

35 SQ. FT FILTER CARTRIDGE

817-3501

19

PILLOW 12"

3012

20

AROMATHERAPY INJECTOR

23041001

21

AROMA GARDENIA

23040500

22

ACRYLIC 100" X 100"

GR 7021100100

23

SPA FLOOR DRAIN WITH VAL VE

7381, 7379

24

THERMOWELL

7380

25

SPA SIDE CONTROL, OVERLAY G.C.

6070, 6084

CS6230-VDS

26

SPA COVER (BROWN)

7556

93" X 93" X 6RC H22

27

WALL FITTING

212-1827

28

WATERFALL VALVE

600-4367

29

SUPER HI-FLO SUCTION

640-3607

EQUIPMENT ASSEMBLY & MANUAL


N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

10

15

Seat 5

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7937S

POLY STORM TWIN ROTO JET (LARGE FACE)

NOTES

IF SUPPLY SEPARATELY

MODEL: 9000/ROTUNDA

ELECTRICAL CONTROL, FACE PLATE


P1 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
P2 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
20A GFCI W. CORD
BLOWER
OZONE GENERATOR
OW NER'S MANUAL

6099, 6101
7136/6071/310-1753HS/4005650 (2PER PUMP)
7135/6076/310-1753HS/4005650 (2PER PUMP)
2475
6080
7382, 7384
7068

1
1
1
0
1
1
1

240V/48A/60HZ (CS6230-VDS)
230V/12/4.4A (SEATS 1,2,3,7,WF)
230/12.0/60 (SEATS 4,5,6)
12/3 CORD
115V/1HP/60HZ
115V/60HZ
GULF COAST

SPA MODEL
SPA DIMENSION
NUMBER SEATS
WATER JETS
AIR JETS
WATER CAPACITY (USG)
DRY WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
FILLED WEIGHT (LBS/KG)
ELECTRICAL RATING (VAC/AMP/HZ)
GFCI (AMP)

10000/BOCA GRANDE
94" X 94" X 35"
6 ADULTS
43
14
430
790/358
4,229/1,918

INTERIOR & PLUMBING PARTS

240/48/60
60

REF. #

ITEM DESCRIPTION

GULF COAST PART #

ADJ. CLUSTER STORM JET

212-1550G, 218-5150, 212-1507S

Q-TY
9

7377

14

AIR INJECTOR JET

POLY STORM DIR. JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8167S

MINI ROTO JET

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7937S

10

POLY STORM ROTO JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8147S

POLY STORM ROTO JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8017S

POLY STORM DIR. JET

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8057S

POLY STORM TWIN ROT O JET (LARGE FACE)

212-0400, 218-4010, 711-4400, 212-8177S

ADJ. DIR. MINI JET

212-0300, 718-6960, 711-6900, 212-7927S

10

JUMBO STORM JET

711-0090, 210-6817S

11

WHIRLPOOL JET

212-2010G, 218-6680, 212-2067S

12

AIR CONTROL

660-3587(660-4407)

13

HI-FLO SUCTION

10-6764(GREY)

15

LIGHT ASSEMBLY

3111

510-6547HS, 817-3501

16

DYNO-FLO SKIM FILTER W. 35 SQ. FT. FILTER

17

FILTER LID

3003

18

35 SQ. FT FILTER CARTRIDGE

817-3501

19

PILLOW 12"

3012

20

AROMATHERAPY INJECTOR

23041001

21

AROMA GARDENIA

23040500

22

ACRYLIC 100" X 100"

GR 7021100100

23

SPA FLOOR DRAIN WITH VALVE

7381, 7379

24

THERMOWELL

7380

25
26

SPA SIDE CONTROL, OVERLAY G.C.


SPA COVER (BROWN)

6070, 6084
7558

1
1

27

WALL FITTING

212-1827

28

WATERFALL VALVE

600-4367

29

SUPER HI-FLO SUCTION

640-3607

NOTES

IF SUPPLY SEPARATELY

CS6230-VDS
92" X 92" X 6RC H22

MODEL: 10000/BOCA GRANDE


N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

ELECTRICAL CONTROL, FACE PLAT E G.C.


P1 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
P2 ASSEMBLY (MOTOR, CORD, W ETEND, P. UNION)
20A GFCI W. CORD
BLOWER
OZONE GENERATOR
OWNER'S MANUAL

6099, 6101
7136/6071/310-1753HS/4005650 (2PER PUMP)
7135/6076/310-1753HS/4005650 (2PER PUMP)
2475
6080
7382, 7384
7068

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240V/48A/60HZ (CS6230-VDS)
230V/12/4.4A(SEATS 2,3,4,WF)
230/12.0(SEATS 1,5,6)
12/3 CORD
115V/1HP/60HZ
115V/60HZ
GULF COAST

WARRANTY CLAIMS
IMPORTANT! Gulf Coast Spa Manufacturers is dedicated to offering you the best in customer
satisfaction and service. The warranty is a manufacturer's warranty and is included in this manual. Be
sure to read the warranty to ensure you understand what you are entitled to in terms of service. If you
have any questions whatsoever, do not hesitate to call Gulf Coast for more details. SPECIAL NOTE:
When calling for service, it is imperative to have your sales invoice in hand to expedite the servicing
of your spa. Keep your invoice in a safe and accessible place. You will be required to give the spa
serial number and date of purchase before service can be provided. The unique 8-digit spa serial
number is located on the cover of your owners manual and/or on a faceplate affixed to the cabinet
panel near the drain valve.

Serial Number
Locations

CONDITIONS OF WARRANTIES:
All warranties provided hereunder extend only to the original consumer purchaser of the spa if
purchased and installed within the boundaries of the United States or Canada and terminate upon
transfer of ownership from original consumer purchaser.
The warranties will not include any shipping cost and/or taxes incurred.
The warranties will not include any cost of repair incurred by a non-factory-authorized agent. To
obtain service, the parts must be returned to the manufacturer at the cost of the consumer if beyond
the boundaries set forth in the warranty card from the date of the original spa purchase.
All repairs will be made in accordance with the warranty card. This does not include mileage or travel
charges depicted by your authorized Gulf Coast Spa service company.
Failure due to an improper electrical installation will not be covered under the terms of the warranty.

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Lifetime Warranty for Portable Spas
Gulf Coast Spa Manufacturers Inc. warrants only Gulf Coast manufactured acrylic spa shells, cabinets and equipment assembled at a Gulf
Coast manufacturing facility. Gulf Coast warrants to the original buyer of its spa shell, that the shell is free of defects in material and
workmanship, and will repair or replace the shell at our option if any of the following occurs:

1. Lifetime Warranty of Heater Element.


2. Lifetime Warranty against defects in material and workmanship on PVC Fittings and Hoses.
3. Lifetime Warranty against permeable leakage of water due to defect in the Fiberglass Laminate.
(Cracking, blistering, fading or delaminating of the surface for a period of Ten (10) years, prorated after the first year.)
Gulf Coast extends to the original purchaser Five (5) years parts warranty for all mechanical and solid-state components (prorated after the
second year). Labor is included for Two (2) years from the date of purchase.

Gulf Coast warranty does not cover failures resulting from neglect or misuse, improper installation, improper use of spa chemicals or cleaners containing
solvents; spa water temperature below 33 degrees Fahrenheit, or above 110 degrees Fahrenheit. This limited warranty applies only to the original purchaser
and terminates with any transfer of ownership. This limited warranty does not apply to any spa used for commercial, rental or club purposes. To ensure proper
warranty performance, you must notify Gulf Coast upon discovery of defect. (727) 573-9888. A Gulf Coast authorized service representative will correct the
defect subject to the terms and conditions contained herein. The service representative may assess reasonable travel charges during inspection or repairs. An
authorized Gulf Coast representative must perform all warranty service. Unauthorized performance of service is not covered and shall void all warranties.
Improper electrical installation shall void all warranties. The spa owner is required to provide adequate access to the spa for any repair or inspection. Gulf
Coast shall not be liable for loss of use of the spa or other incidental or consequential costs, expenses or damages, which may include, but are not limited to
any surface that the spa is placed on or near (i.e.; wood, carpet, etc.) that can be damaged by water or chemicals. Performance of any Lifetime warranties does
not include any shipping or handling fees associated. The spa owner shall be responsible for all costs for the removal of the defective spa and delivery and
installation of the replacement spa, including but not limited to shipping charges, or special consequences concerning the replacement or removal of the spa,
or any permanent deck or other custom fixture. Under no circumstances shall Gulf Coast, or any of its representatives be held liable for injury to any person
or damage to any property however arising. This warranty gives you specified legal rights and you may have other rights, which vary from state to state. No
Agent, Dealer, Service Company or other party is authorized to change, modify, or extend the terms of this Warranty in any manner. No other warranties
expressed or implied, are valid. This warranty applies to Gulf Coast spas purchased after January 1, 2004 and supersedes all previous warranties printed or
implied.
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IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION


The warranty card MUST be filled out completely and mailed within Ten (10) days of purchase to validate warranty
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Spa Model
Spa Serial Number
Customer Name
By signing this Warranty Card, you have read
and understand the Owners Manual in its entirety

Customer Address

Dealer

City

Dealer Address

State

City

ZIP

ZIP

Daytime telephone

Date

Date of purchase

Customer Signature

E-mail address
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Stamp

_________________________
_________________________
(Return Address)

11620 54th St. N.


Clearwater, FL 33760
www.GulfCoastSpas.com