Unfortunately, when I turned the power back on it would only do the "sleep" cycle. That keeps it from freezing, but is not warm enough to actually use.
I called the guy who installed it; he said it needs something new, and called the hot tub store where I bought the thing to have them order it. Of course the warranty has run its course.
The part will probably arrive in July.
When we bought our Artesian hot tub from The Waterhole in Independence, Missouri, the owner of the store told us he'd throw in an ozonator, since he had a whole shelf full of them. From the research I did online, it seemed as though an ozonator was a pretty useless item to have; but by george, it was free and I wanted it.
When the hot tub guy came to install our spa, he discovered that the ozonators the store had on the shelf didn't work on our model. So they ordered one from the manufacturer. It was over a month before the thing came in.
So I'm not holding my breath until our hot tub gets fixed.
It doesn't help that the hot tub guy seems to think thirty miles is a long trip for him. Let's face it, he can charge whatever he wants; why would he not just charge enough to pay for his long trip?