Question about Raypak DOOR ASSEMBLY
I have a Raypak Pool Heater (using Gas). I was advised by the technician to turn it on once a month after I have him fixed the pilot.
Last week, when I tried to turn it on, it shows [SPK], but no lighting sounds come out. Last time, when it is operational, there is a sound like pilot igniting the burner.
What should I do to fix the problem?
Check to see if ignitor is lighting if so check gas line to ignitor if no ignitor replace and check safety circuit
Posted on May 25, 2016
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Sorry, no solution, but I have a similar problem, so if you could let me know how things get resolved, I'd greatly appreciate it.
On mine (a 2100 model R405A), this is especially likely to happen during or after wet weather. Not sure if the ignitor is the problem. After power on, I hear the ignotor clicking for a bit and often then I hear an odd sound and then the clicking stops. My LCD is totally gone (a whole separate issue), so I can't tell you what message is there. But, usually after a good period of drying out, the unit fires up ok.
Seems to be getting progressively more prone to this as it ages (installed 2002).
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Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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Its just after 1 am here as well, Ontario Canada. Yes, you have to remove the front lower panel by raising it then pulling out at the bottom. Then compare the valve you have with the 2 in the picture on pg 5. If it is easier, you can have your husband call me while doing this and I can talk him through it. My contact information is located on the main page of my company website www.emshvac.com
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
My Rapak gas pool heater burner will not ignite. I changed the flame sensor and then the main gas valve (on a recommendation of a heating contracter) and after spending almost $300 on parts, I may have not needed, it still will not ignite. The water temp has been around 80 using the solar cover but now with the air temp in the 50's at night and only in the 70's in the day the water is a brisk 70 degrees. We would like run the heater now, so we can use the pool for a bit longer this fall.
Any ideas? Some people told me there is a valve that senses the proper amount of water is flowing around the boiler so it doesn't burn up, is this possiblely the problem that the valve is not opening?
Joe Snyder, Toledo, Ohio
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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