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check gas pressure if too low it will soot and overheat correct gas pressure and clean out outside of heat exchange so heat can go up through vent make sure level also if leaning back flame will come forward
According to the owner's manual for this pool light, a blinking red light indicates that an error has occured during charging. It says that if you have unplugged and tried again and still have a blinking red light, the condition of the battery is questionable and it might need to be replaced. The only place that you can purchase these replacement batteries is from an authorized pool store or directly from the manufacturer. You will not be able to replace the batteries yourself.
After raising the water level in the pool I had no results. I bypassed the pressure switch and nothing happened so it was not the switch. Then I turned on the current for a few minutes, this moved something as it works now. So I conclude that the problem came from letting my water level get a little low.
LO usually indicates low water pressure. Check the pressure in your filter. You may need to backwash. If the filter is to clogged then the water pressure in the heater is so low that it won't activate the pressure switch. While checking the pressure turn the pump off and then on to make sure the pressure gauge is actually working. Also check the pressure coming out of the inlets into the pool. You should be able to tell if you have sufficient water pressure.