Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub Spa 90427E Owner’s Manual

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This PDF manual is for the Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Hot Tub Spa.

Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub Spa with LED Lights (2-4 person)

SKU: 90427E | S100105/S100205 | 110-120V~ 60Hz, 12A at 68°F (20°C)

The Coleman® SaluSpa® Tahiti AirJet™ provides a soothing massage experience for up to 4 people, while still being quick and easy to set up. Simply attach the pump and watch as it inflates. LED lights are also included to add ambiance and personality to your spa environment. Soothing Massage System: The AirJet system features 120 jets which release bubbles from the bottom of the spa to create a warm, bubbling hot tub environment. These soothing bubbles will help you relax and unwind right from the comfort of your home. Durable Construction: This spa’s inflatable walls are made of durable, puncture-resistant, DuraPlus™ material to prevent damage and to retain its shape no matter how many times it is inflated and deflated. The included Freeze Shield™ automatic heating function prevents inner components from freezing during colder temperatures ensuring you can enjoy your spa year after year. Contents: Equipped with a pump that quickly inflates the spa, heats it up, runs filtration and controls the massage system, this spa is both simple and convenient. The pump can easily be reached from inside the spa and features cup holders for drinks and snacks. Also included is a ChemConnect™ dispenser that maintains clean, healthy water by evenly dispersing the proper amount of chlorine. To top it all off, the Tahiti spa comes with a reinforced cover that locks in heat while not in use, as well as keeping dust and debris from collecting on the water.

Carefully read, understand, and follow all information in this user manual before installing and using the spa. These warnings, instructions, and safety guidelines address some common risks of water recreation, but they cannot cover all risks and dangers in all cases.
Always use caution, common sense, and good judgment when enjoying any water activity. Retain this information for future use. In addition, the following information can be supplied depending on the spa type. Keep these instructions in a safe place.

(PDF) OWNER’S MANUAL in English (EN) language.



– How often should i replace suction fittings?
– Winterizing instructions


– Check List: check the parts printed on the package, verify that the equipment components represent the model that you had intended to purchase.
– Choose The Correct (indoor/outdoor) Location. The surface chosen to install the pool must respect the certain technical characteristics.

INSTALLATION. How to install Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Hot Tub Spa.
– Recommendations During The Installation
– Inflation Information
– Hand Pump Pressure Gauge
– Air Valve Check
– How to assemble Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Hot Tub Spa.
– How to disassemble Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Hot Tub Spa.

USING THE SPA. How to use Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Hot Tub Spa.
AirJet (AirJet with Wi-Fi) Control Panel:
– Lock/Unlock Button: The pump has a 5-minute auto-lock, this light will turn on. To lock or unlock the pump, press the lock/unlock button for 3 seconds.
– Power-Saving Timer Button: Designed to help avoid wasting power by setting the time and duration of the heating cycle for the spa, follow these steps to activate the POWER-SAVING function.
– Heat Button: Press “Heat” button to activate the heating system. When the light of the “Heat” button is red, the heating system is activated. When the light is green, the water reached the set temperature. If the heating system is activated, the filtration system will automatically start. After turning off the heating system, the filtration system will continue to operate.
– Massage System Button: Press “Massage” button to activate the massage system, which has a 30-minute auto-shutoff feature. The light of the button becomes red when activated. Do not run the massage system when the cover is attached, air can accumulate inside the spa and cause irreparable damage to the cover. Heat and massage system can be activated at the same time.
For Spa equipped with Wi-Fi only:
– 2-Level Massage Regulation: Push once for the full power massage, push again to stop, push again for lower power massage, and push again to shut off.
– Temperature Adjustment Buttons: Pressing the UP or DOWN button, the display starts to flash showing the set temperature for 3 seconds, after that it will show again to the real water temperature. When it is flashing you can adjust the temperature using the UP or DOWN button. The default temperature is 35°C (95°F). Temperature adjustment ranges from 20°C (68°F) to 40°C (104°F).
– On/Off Button: After activating the PRCD, press and hold the “Power” button for 2 seconds. The “Power” button turns to green and the control panel is activated. Press and hold “Power” button for 2 seconds to turn off all currently activated functions.
– Celsius/Fahrenheit Toggle: The temperature can be displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
– Water Filter Button: The Water Filter button turns the filter pump on and off. The Water Filter button turns to red when activated.
For Spa equipped with Wi-Fi only:
– Wi-Fi Activation: For the Wi-Fi operation instruction, read the spa Wi-Fi instruction leaflet included in the package.

The WATER HEATER rate may change in the conditions below:
• When the outdoor temperature is below 15°C (59°F).
• If the cover is not in position. Always keep the spa cover on when the spa is not in use; it avoids dust contaminating the water and it minimizes heat loss.
• The water temperature shown on the display may not be correct, if the filtration system is not activated. To read the correct water temperature on the display, run the filtration system for at least a minute.
• The water temperature as tested by an external thermometer may vary from the temperature as displayed on the spa panel by as much as approximately 2°C (35.6°F).

It is important to follow the suggestions in this user manual if you are setting up the spa during the winter period. This will prevent any damage to the spa heater and material of the liner, extending the life of your product drastically.
Heating Time: To reach 40°C (104°F), the heating duration required is based on the starting water temperature and ambient temperature, the data in the table is purely for reference. To display the current water temperature, run the filter system for at least a minute.

Power Rate: 110-120V AC, 60Hz, Single Phase 12A at 20ºC
Massage Tube Blower: 6.5A
Heat Element: 11.3A at 20ºC
Water Pump: 0.7A

– LINER: How to maintain the liner.
– COVER: How to clean the cover.
– FILTER CARTRIDGE: check and clean your filter cartridge every day. How frequent should I change the filter cartridge.
– WATER: Depending on hygienic condition, cleanliness, visibility, odour, debris and stains, it is recommended to change the water completely and clean/disinfect the spa.
– Chemical Tablets

– How to drain the spa
– How to dry the spa and its parts
– How to clean the spa
– How to deflate the spa
– How to repair the spa with patches
– How to store the spa


Pump does not operate:
– Power failure
– Power circuits is broken

Pump does not heat properly:
– Temperature set too low
– Dirty filter cartridge
– The thermal cut-out cut off
– Spa is not covered
– Heating element failed

Massage System does not work:
– Air pump is overheating
– The massage stops automatically
– Air pump is broken

Pump adapters are not level with the spa adapters
– One characteristic of PVC is that it changes shape, which is normal

Spa pool leakage:
– Spa is torn or punctured
– Air valve is loose

Water is not clean:
– Insufficient filtering time
– Dirty filter cartridge
– Improper water maintenance

GFCI test failed:
– There is a defect in your spa

Control panel is not working:
– The control panel has an auto-lock, which is activated after 5 minutes of inactivity. The LED display has one icon: “Lock” If the lock icon is highlighted, the control panel is locked.
– Control panel is not activated.

What kind of chemicals should be used for water maintenance?
– Please consult your local chemical supplier for information about chemical maintenance. Pay close attention to the chemical manufacturer’s instructions.

Water leaks from the adapters between the pump and spa:
– Seals are missing inside the pump adapters
– Seals are not in the correct position
– Seals are damaged
– Adapters are not tightened correctly

TROUBLESHOOTING for SPA equipped with Wi-Fi

The Wi-Fi setup is not successful:
– The pump has been connected to the wrong band
– The spa pump location is too far from the router.
– Set up with the wrong network name
– The Wi-Fi password used during the connection is wrong
– The strength of the Wi-Fi signal is not stable
– There is an appliance near the spa pump or the router that creates signal interference
– Your phone will not connect to the Wi-Fi network during the registration
– APP Feedback

Indicator light flashes slowly – Waiting to connect to the router
Indicator light is on – Connected to the router
Indicator light flashes quickly – Lost Wi-Fi signal
Indicator light is off – Light damaged / Wi-Fi module has problem


The water flow sensors work without pressing the filter or heat button.
1. The water flow sensor flags didn’t fall back into the correct position.
2. The water flow sensors are broken.

After starting or during the functions of filtering or/and heating, the water flow sensors do not detect water flow.
1. You forgot to remove the 2 stopper caps from inside the pool.
2. Filter cartridges are dirty.
3. Activate the filter or heat system and put your hand in front of the outlet pipe inside the pool to check if you can feel water flowing out.
a. If no water flows out the water pump is broken.
b. Water flows out but the alarm E02 appears, the water flow sensors are broken.
4. Filter blockage
5. Bent pipes or poor water flow through the plastic pipes of the liner
6. Debris screens are blocked: Debris screens can become blocked by hard water due to calcium build-up.
7. Perished washers. The washers within the spa couplings may have become perished or worn.

The pump’s thermometer reads the water temperature below 40°F (4°C).
1. The water temperature is lower than 40°F(4°C).
2. If the water temperature is higher than 44.6°F(7°C), the pump’s thermometer is broken.

The pump’s thermometer reads the water temperature over 119°F (48°C).
1. The water temperature is over 119°F(48°C).
2. The ambient temperature is higher than 104°F (40°C) or the spa is exposed to direct sunlight for an extended period of time.
3. If the water temperature is lower than 113°F(45°C), the pump’s thermometer is broken.

The pump’s thermometer connection has issues.
1. The pump’s thermometer connectors don’t work properly.
2. The pump’s thermometer is broken.

The thermal cut-out cut off.
1. The ambient temperature is over 122°F(50°C) or the pump is directly under the sunshine.
2. The thermal cut-out is broken.

Wi-Fi module connection failed.
– Wi-Fi module is damaged

The Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti AirJet Hot Tub Spa Owner’s Manual is your handy guide for setting up, using, troubleshooting, and maintaining your spa.

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