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Heater won't maintain program high temperature

Made several attempts to program temp at 104 degrees, continuously returned to 255degrees. I believe the board is failing? I have the actual part number from my heater board as 42001-0096, the manual says we should have 42002-0007S the model number of the heater is SR400NA, does anyone know which is correct?

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Not sure which one is correct but here is a link to the Pentair/sta-rite site so you can get the information.
Sta-rite Heaters

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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