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I have a Pentair pool heater. E04 code

I have a Pentair pool heater. I am getting the error code E04, this is Fan Failure. Does this mean the fan needs to be replaced? If so I only see what is called the blower on the parts break down, is that the fan they speak of?

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  • doleary2 May 07, 2010

    It looks like it sits in front of what they call the heat exchanger

  • doleary2 May 07, 2010

    It looks like it sits in front of what they call the heat exchanger

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Should be the coolant fan thats in front of the raidiator

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