But the main reason I’m writing this review about barefoot spas is about how the installation went, and the barefoot spa wiring connections. At first, I tried to do it myself, and ended up getting in a little over my head! I’ve dealt with 200v before when I hooked up my HVAC unit, but the hot tub was a little different. Long story short, after I hooked it up, the breaker kept tripping. The spa would run for a few seconds, then it would cut off. After hours of troubleshooting, I gave up and called an electrician. He had the problem fixed in just a few minutes. My ground wire was not hooked up properly. That’s all it was!
The customer service for barefoot or the warranty department, whatever you want to call it at the factory helped out a lot. My guy decided to call the manufacturer before he did the repair. He had the warranty dept on speaker, and I could hear everything they said. Very good and very helpful in that department with the wiring of the barefoot spa. They sent me this barefoot spas wiring diagram for future reference. I told them I might move next year. It’s a good thing to have. When I hooked it up the first time, I just kinda figured it out.
I’m gonna try and upload the diagram incase anybody else reading this needs it for reference
Read other Barefoot spas 88LP reviews