Question about Raypak Pool & Spa
Water is flowing through the heater
Clean out pump basket, backwash filter for starters. jump the pressure switch if nothing changes. if burners fire then replace the pressure switch
Posted on Mar 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some raypaks have a remote setting. I cannot remember the exact keys to hold to change it but i think that you hold both the up and down arrows for like 10 seconds. The instructions on the particular heater that i was working with were right on the display panel, but if its not there it will be in your owners manual.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
I had this problem with ours last year. I replaced the water pressure switch and it began working fine. We later had a symptom that the blower would start but it would not ignite. The ignitor rod was corroded so I took it out and sanded it with some sandpaper---worked fine...until I dropped it trying to reinstall and it broke. Bought a new one and it works fine now.
Today's problem is related to the blower now.... it is always something, isn't it?!?
Posted on May 30, 2009
Adjust the switch fully in the opposite direction. If you are at 1.5 you are at the light end of the adjustment range of that switch, which can be adjusted up to 5psi. Then let it back off until it works reliably. Rarely do you need to adjust a pressure switch on an above ground pool so it should end up about in the middle of the adjustment scale.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
For the heater to burn, there must be water pressure and flow - and the heater must know of it. It is not enough that you know the pump is on, the heater must know it. Check your heater's water pressure switch.
What about the filter pressure ... high filter pressure would indicate need for a backwash. dirty filters slow the water flow. If your filter normally runs at 20 PSI (when clean) it should be backwashed at 30 PSI, rule of thumb = 10 psi over 'startup pressure'.
Your heaters job is to heat the water ... think of it as a very agressive bully. The water is absolutely necessary to keep the bully in check.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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