Question about Hayward H Series Induced Draft Abg 100,000 Heater
When I turn the heater on, it comes up with a code F1 and shuts down. I have the gas on and cleaned out all the burners. Wondering if it's the igniter?
I've had problems every year at start up with this heater.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hayward pool heater h series
the issue is a broken baffle in the system. there is a baffel that directs water into the heat exchanger and back out into the system. The welds that hold the baffel in place have broken off. It can be repaired if you take the unit to someone with a mig welder and have them re-weld it (muffler shop, mechanic?). there needs to be a weld on both sides. You can see the baffel if you remove the unit and look down the inlet and outlet tubes.
Posted on May 25, 2009
Actually, the clicking is likely causing the shaking. Inside the manifold of a H100 is a stainless steel diverter plate that send some of the passing water into the heat exchanger and lets the rest past and back to the pool. When it breaks, you will hear a 'clicking' noise at it rattles in the water path. When it breaks, the flow to the heat exchanger is intermittent and you will begin to boil the water, causing the shaking. This situation is dangerous, especially without a pressure relief in the heater or pipe. As long as your water chemistry is sound, Hayward will usually cover this under warranty even if the unit is over a year old. Contact them to get a factory authorized repair rep out at: http://www.haywardnet.com/locator/
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
check for continuity at all control and safety components,i.e. press switch,high limits,thermostat,on/off switch and flame roll out switch
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Sounds like it is cycling on high limit; causes are related to water flow through the heat exchanger or a faulty high limit(doubtful given the heater cycles back on). Check the internal bypass for obstructions; has anyone worked on it recently? There are usually two high limit switches with different trip temperatures; installing the wrong one could also be the culprit. Does the heater "bang" before it goes off (a sign that the water is boiling inside the tube bundle)?
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
"IF" - Hayward Pool Heater Fails to Ignite: the most common reason for this problem is insufficient gas supply. The Hayward heater LED display will show a diagnostic fault code of "IF" which stands for Ignition Failure. Undetected gas pressure problems if not investigated properly may result in unnecessary replacement and servicing of your Hayward Pool Heater.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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