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I need to trobleshoot the pilot generator for a Laars pool heater model lg125n


First, check to ensure that the pilot generator is fully bathed in the pilot flame. If it is not, that must be corrected first. Once the generator is fully bathed, it should put out at least 500 millivolts. New generators will easily exceed this level, but you want to see at least 500 mV. I have personally seen heaters continue to work properly with mV outputs as low as 400 mV, but spec calls for at least 500. If you are not getting 500 mV minimum, replace the pilot generator.
Testing the gas valve itself involves jumpering the valve such that the 500 mV from the pilot generator goes straight to the valve coil, bypassing all the components such as thermostat, high limits, pressure switch, etc. I generally recommend that homeowners avoid playing with the valve if they are not trained to work on gas appliances. It is one thing for a homeowner to do the simple repairs, like changing a pilot generator (which is a piece of cake for someone with even moderate skills). It is a completely different matter to play around with the valve if you don't really know what you are doing.
As a final point, unless the heater has some age to it, most millivolt gas heaters will have more issues in the components than in the valve or pilot generator. Even the pilot orifice is more likely to be a problem. I'm not saying that you don't have an issue with the valve or generator. I'm just saying they are less likely to be the problem and are always the last items I check on these heaters.

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Iam working on a reznor 200e comercial heater. the pilot light lights but the main valve fails to open and the module times out, error code 2 (retry). if i remove the mv wire and jumper off the pv lead mv...


Have you checked to make sure that the new module is passing voltage to the MV terminal on the gas valve? I have seen the solder joint loosen on these things and intermittedly pass voltage. Could also be the relay in the module. Your meter will tell you which it is.

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sounds like the hi limit switch is shutting it down,because it is not getting enough water,cloged filter, valve to heater notopen,bypass valve not closed,open up the water releif valve with the pump running should be alot of water running coming out of it.

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If thermopile generates 700mv...the stat is ok and no open limit then it is bad valve...touch the 2 thermopile leads direct t TH and PP on valve to bypass limit and stat...if it works direct...then a limit or stat is open

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Have you checked your pilot generator voltage while everything is connected properly? You may have a shorted wire or limit or even thermostat. If you jump the TH connections on the gas valve, it would lead to shorted, inoperable safety, thermostat.

If everything is connected properly, the MV reading should be 500+, less than this and you are losing power somewhere.

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