Question about Hayward 100,000 Btu Heater For Ag Pool And Spa H100id1
I open the pool this yr and the heater makes a nocking nosie runs for about 2 min then starts nockingI have 30lb of propane left from last yr. do In need to fill the tank with new propane or dose the burner need to be cleaned?? Please help
Jun 18, 2009- Hi John224
i pulled the hose's off and check the diverter it seems to be atatched to a tube on the inlet side. but dose move a little bit it not welded tight.
Jun 19, 2009- John224
Hi John the heat exchanger was new last yr. could it be the combustion blower not venting fast enough ?? it making a squeaking noise.
Jun 21, 2009- Hi John224
I took the heater apart and had it arc welded work's great now. [/end-quote] what did you arc weld to?? or did you just keep it from moving it up down the tube?? i am wondering if can be just kept from moving by other means (instead of welding). anyway; i have the same nonsense going on and really dont see why i should have to pay $350+ if its not under warranty. Seems like Hayward has designed a defective part. And i dont see how it could be dangerous it is if the limit switch shuts it off anyway.......
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
The diverter inside your manifold is likely broken. You should stop using the heater immediately as the nocking is from water starting to boil in your heat exchanger. This can lead to a dangerous situation if a limit switch does not act in time.
Pull the inlet hose from the heater and you should see a plate just inside. If you can move it around it is broken and the fix is a new exchanger assembly.
You can fin these online and we sell them at www.arrowmotor.net
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A pressure regulator and pipe or hose. Whoever is selling you the tank/propane should be able to help you size everything based on the tank hook-up and tank pressure. The heater nameplate will tell you the proper inlet gas pressure that the regulator will need to reduce the tank pressure to.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
This is something your gas company should figure and supply for libality reasons. they will be responseable for any damage done from improper pressure. They will need to figure along with heater size and tank size, pipe size and run of pipe along with other varebeles like number and type of fittings on line and other appliences on the feed.
Posted on May 01, 2010
I have a hayward h-2001 natural gas heater that I wish to change to propane. perhaps we can swap parts. email@example.com 920-324-5652
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
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