There is nothing more relaxing than a whirlpool jet roiling the water around while you enjoy your soak in the
Some Jacuzzis have a built-in timer to control the jet's operating times. Your timer may be set to an interval that needs adjustments if it does not come on when you try to take your bath. You may need to adjust the timer to intervals that will better suit your needs. This should resolve the issue. However, if it is not working at all, the timer may need to be replaced to make the jets work again.
If the unit does not come on at all, you may have tripped the breaker. You should check the breaker box, and reset the breaker. If it still does not work, you should check to see if the tub has a manual reset button. Also, the unit may have a separate breaker for the Jacuzzi. If these do not help, you may need to call a professional to solve the issue.
You may have problems with the existing pump. You should get someone to measure the voltage at the pump to see if it is making a power connection. If you do have voltage at that point, it may need to be replaced. If there is no voltage to the pump, the problem may be with the switch or open circuits. Disassemble the pump to see if there are any obstructions. A closed gate valve or clogged filter could also cause the pump to quit working.
The ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is a device that turns an electrical circuit off and on if the current travels in an unexpected path, such as water splashing on the device. The GFCI prevents the risk of electrical shocks. For best results, your tub should have one close by in case water tries to enter the electrical board. If it trips, try to reset it. If it turns off again, you most likely have a pump motor that is malfunctioning.
Much of the work concerned with a Jacuzzi is