Jacuzzi is a well-known name in the spa industry. Jacuzzi spas are known for their excellent craftsmanship, reliability and exquisite appearance. Most of the time, Jacuzzi spas run well but they do have problems. One common source of problems is the motor pump, which pushes water through the jets and into the tub. Clogs, power problems and broken parts can all cause the motor pump to work improperly, but you can diagnose many of these issues on your own at home.
Check the Jacuzzi spa motor's wiring and installation. Read the motor nameplate, and make sure you connect it at the proper voltage. Let the motor cool down, connect it at the right voltage and ensure that you've placed the wires on the proper terminals. Try to use the pump again. Call an electrician if you continue to have problems.
Push the "Jets 1" button on the display several times if there is no water flow into the spa. Open all jets. Open all air controls by turning them counterclockwise. Do not leave the motor on for longer than five to ten seconds. If this doesn't help, turn off the power, and loosen the cap on the diverter valve if you have one, or remove the filter. Clean the filter if necessary. Tighten the diverter valve, replace the filter, turn on the power and restart the pump.