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Spa issues i have an in ground pool and when i turn the heater on to heat up the spa, it turns on but the water keeps flowing thru to the pool.

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Is the spa inground also? If so you need to turn off the filter return at the pump and use the circulation pump only. this is only a best guess as I am unsure of the pump setup.

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VERY low water flow!
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This heater as all heaters do, need to have sufficient water flow thru them, or else they Bang like this.
This then creates a problem, for future banging - due to lime up!
The minimal water flow gets so Overheated, that it turns to steam! The steam knocks and pushes the heater around, then the Minerals will precipitate out of the water and forcefully attach to the inside walls of the heat exchanger! Which will then drastically reduce the inner diameter of the exchanger making a much smaller passageway for water to travel thru! This is a major problem to remain this way. It will then need to be dismantled and de-limed to increase the holes once more, and allow a proper water flow.

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If water is flowing thru the panels/collectors, (look to see if the valves are opened to allow water to the collectors) if the water is flowing and it is flowing through the collectors/panels, then the water is being heated!

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When i turn on my spa and heater it states on the outside unit "no air flow" and it won't heat up


that is usually an indicator of water flow not the air flow.
What does the hot tub do when you turn the breaker from off to on?
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is it kicking out the GFCI?
if it is not tripping the GFCI then you most likely have either too little water flow for the heater to kick in or not enough water flow to activate the heater.
Try taking out your filter and see if that solves the issue.
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My heater rattles I took off the inlets and saw a piece of loose metal between the inlet and outlet


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That is the diverter plate and it should be welded into the header. It helps direct some of the water flowing thru into the heat exchanger to heat the water. If the weld fails the diverter can interfere with that flow and cause overheating or poor flow thru the heater which in turn can lead to the problems you describe.


Remove the inlet side hose once you have blocked the flow of water from the pool and you should see the diverter in the inlet. If you can move it then it is broken and needs to be fixed back in place or the whole heat exchanger needs to be replaced.


If you can weld then tack in back in place. If not a local rediator repair shop MIGHT be able to fix it or else you need to replace the whole heat exchanger assembly.


If this answer does not fix your problem, please comment with additional details prior to rating the answer. You may also contact me thru our website at www.arrowpools.net. Positive feedback is appreciated once your problem is solved!


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I have a hayward H100ID above ground pool heater. Recently the heater is making a rattling sound and the in and out hoses are bucking or pulsating. The water is still being heated but somehting does not...


Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.


The Hayward H100 has a diverter plate welded into the header that helps direct some of the water flowing thru into the heat exchanger to heat the water. If the weld fails the diverter can interfere with that flow and cause overheating or poor flow thru the heater which in turn can lead to the problems you describe.


Remove the inlet side hose once you have blocked the flow of water from the pool and you should see the diverter in the inlet. If you can move it then it is broken and needs to be fixed back in place or the whole heat exchanger needs to be replaced.


If the diverter is not moving then your issue is likely an overall water flow one and the next place to look is the filter. Poor overall system flow may be enough to close the pressure switch telling the heater the pump is on but not enough to keep the water in the exchanger from getting too hot, again causing the symptoms you describe.


If this answer does not fix your problem, please comment with additional details prior to rating the answer. You may also contact me thru our website at www.arrowpools.net. Positive feedback is appreciated once your problem is solved!


John

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Hayward spa heater about 5 years old, when we turned it on for the first time in probably a year as soon as the water heater came on it started making a loud clanging sound


Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.


For starters you will need to proceed carefully...the noise you hear is water beginning to boil within the heat exchanger. The pressure that results can cause the unit to rupture or worse, blow. DO NOT ALLOW THE HEATER TO OPERATE IN THIS CONDITION FOR MORE THAN A MOMENT OR TWO as you attempt to repair it.

Water boils in a heater due to low flow, allowing the water to get too hot as it passes thru, or a faulty part or parts within the unit. We'll start with parts:

The bypass valve inside the header may be the issue if it is stuck closed. You will also want to inspect the thermostatic control valve in the header (if one is present) and inspect the overall condition of the heat exchanger. It is likely aggressive water has damaged some or all of these parts causing the banging noise you hear.

If the heater checks out then flow is the likely cause. It is possible there is an issue with the pump and/or filter not getting enough flow thru the heater. Check the overall system flow. If it is reduced too low the water inside the heater gets too hot and begins to boil causing the noise you here. Speeding the flow back up will eliminate the issue. Check all the trap baskets and the filter for debris and clean up what you find; backwash a sand filter or clean a cartridge or DE unit. If your pressure gauge is broke replace it and check system pressure. If it is low again that is a sign of a flow problem. If flow is low and all these items check out open up the pump and inspect the impeller for clogged vanes or a blocked inlet eye.


If this answer does not fix your problem, please comment with additional details prior to rating the answer. Positive feedback is appreciated once your problem is solved!

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