An estimated 5,600 Limelight Hot tubs and Hot Springs Spas have been recalled due to overheating and fires associated with their usage. Due to a loose electrical contact, these hot tubs can overheat and if left unchecked. According to consumer reports received by the manufacturer, these spas have overheated in at least 33 cases and ignited at least five fires in the past year. The manufacturer – Watkins Manufacturing Corporation, doing business under the name Hot Spring Spas and Limelight Hot Tubs, and located in Vista, California — recommends unplugging the products included in this recall immediately and contacting the company for further instructions and to schedule an appointment with a licensed technician who will come and replace the heating unit at no cost. The hot tubs included in this recall are 11 models of Hot Spring Spas and Limelight Hot Tubs brand spas installed with Therm Products No-Fault Water Heaters — the Aria, Envoy, Flair, Glow, Grandee, Jetsetter, Prodigy, Pulse, Sovereign, Vanguard and Vista. They were sold at independent spa dealers across the United States from March of 2011 to March of 2012 for between $6,000 and $12,000. This recall has been announced by the manufacturer on a voluntary basis in cooperation with a request from the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, which is currently still interested in hearing reports related to this or other safety issues presented by this product. Reselling or attempting to resell a product that has been recalled due to safety issues is prohibited under United States law.