Question about Lite On Laars Lite 2 Heaters: 250,000BTU MV Heater
Water is leakinf from the inside of the heater when the pump is running
Take the top part of the heater off, this will expose the manifold and heating coils. If you did not perform a good winterizing job the manifold cracked due to freezing water expanding.
This happened to me, I took the manifold off which is cast iron and took it to a welding shop, for $65 US dollars it was repaired, I reinstall everything and I'm up en running.
You can do this yourself if you have some basic tools.
All in all I spent $163 dollars getting my heater going. Its better then paying $1400 - $1500 for a new one.
At the end of the season I will be doing a better job getting the water out of the heater before first freeze.
Best of luck!
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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