Balboa 5.5 KW Heater Assembly for Balboa M7 58123

Item #: 58123
$114.95

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Item Details

Balboa Heater Assembly for the Balboa M7 Control Systems

Description:
  • Stainless Steel 2" X 15" Heater Assembly
  • 5.5 kw Heater Element
  • 2" Split Nuts and Slip Fittings
  • 2 Sensors (Replaces Balboa 32016)
  • Operates Operates on either 110V or 220V
Also Known As:
  • Balboa 58123
  • HydroQuip 26-58083-K
  • Therm Products C2550-0807-TPS
Product Note:
  • If your plumbing is 1-1/2" simply use a 2" to 1-1/2" Reducer Bushing to change the plumbing on the heater from 2" to 1-1/2".
  • Does NOT include pressure switch.

Customer Reviews

Based on 164 reviews
90%
(148)
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(14)
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T
T.S.

Good product

J
J.N.
Heater

Worked perfect??

D
D.V.
Balboa 5.5 KW Heater Assembly

Installed the new part with very little effort...customer service was excellent!

M
M.K.
Hot Tub Heater Replacement

Great Price, Great Product, Fast Shipping, A+++

S
S.C.
Replacing the heater

The unit was a perfect match and fit perfect

J
J.S.
Heater

Service was great, product arrived on time in good condition and working.

D
D.L.
Replacement spa heater

The heater I ordered came in a timely fashion and the install went smooth. The price was very reasonable and competitive. I am having some issues with error codes but I’m not sure that it is related to the heater replacement?

L
L.E.
Working great

Working great half the price of other companies

S
S.
Fit Perfectly

In starting up our dormant hot tub this fall, the breaker popped immediately each time I tried. OMG How many $$$$$ am I going to be out when I call the repair guy. I relied on my inflated sense of handiness and decided to diagnose and (is it possible?) repair the problem. Since we have a quite new pump motor (Which I waaaay overpaid for through our spa repair guy - what a sap I was), I thought it might be the entire circuit board/heater unit which is nearly a thousand bucks even if I were to do it myself. I then noted inside the circuit cover that the heater tube seemed to be held on by only two nuts and the nuts on the flat copper contacts (plus the threaded plumbing fittings on the 'in' and 'out' PVC pipes). I took the heater tube out, flipped the breaker back on (only for a few moments) and IT DIDN'T POP!!! Diagnoses: Bad heater tube. Found it online at the Hot Tub Warehouse for around $120... put it in rather easily... and VOILA!!! ...Repaired! Works perfectly. I feel like I'm the King of that thing!

P
P.D.

Balboa 5.5 KW Heater Assembly for Balboa M7 58105

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Customer Reviews

Based on 164 reviews
90%
(148)
9%
(14)
0%
(0)
1%
(2)
0%
(0)
T
T.S.

Good product

J
J.N.
Heater

Worked perfect??

D
D.V.
Balboa 5.5 KW Heater Assembly

Installed the new part with very little effort...customer service was excellent!

M
M.K.
Hot Tub Heater Replacement

Great Price, Great Product, Fast Shipping, A+++

S
S.C.
Replacing the heater

The unit was a perfect match and fit perfect

J
J.S.
Heater

Service was great, product arrived on time in good condition and working.

D
D.L.
Replacement spa heater

The heater I ordered came in a timely fashion and the install went smooth. The price was very reasonable and competitive. I am having some issues with error codes but I’m not sure that it is related to the heater replacement?

L
L.E.
Working great

Working great half the price of other companies

S
S.
Fit Perfectly

In starting up our dormant hot tub this fall, the breaker popped immediately each time I tried. OMG How many $$$$$ am I going to be out when I call the repair guy. I relied on my inflated sense of handiness and decided to diagnose and (is it possible?) repair the problem. Since we have a quite new pump motor (Which I waaaay overpaid for through our spa repair guy - what a sap I was), I thought it might be the entire circuit board/heater unit which is nearly a thousand bucks even if I were to do it myself. I then noted inside the circuit cover that the heater tube seemed to be held on by only two nuts and the nuts on the flat copper contacts (plus the threaded plumbing fittings on the 'in' and 'out' PVC pipes). I took the heater tube out, flipped the breaker back on (only for a few moments) and IT DIDN'T POP!!! Diagnoses: Bad heater tube. Found it online at the Hot Tub Warehouse for around $120... put it in rather easily... and VOILA!!! ...Repaired! Works perfectly. I feel like I'm the King of that thing!

P
P.D.

Balboa 5.5 KW Heater Assembly for Balboa M7 58105