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Ht 30221 pool heater

Ignites and flame comes up but no hot water coming out

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SOURCE: Heater kicks on, but kicks right off

There is a small probe that is heated by the pilot flame. This is called a thermocouple & keeps the gas valve open by generating a small electric current. Most likely the pilot flame is too small, or not heating the thermocouple properly. Either turn the pilot up a bit, or gently bent the thermocouple bracket to put it in the flame a bit more. Do not try to bend the thermocouple itself. If this does not help, a new thermocouple may be needed.

Posted on Jul 15, 2007

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SOURCE: heater trane xe 90 working iregular, set to 70 heats up to 64

Possible problemis due to a thermo-couple that has seen better times. If I understand your system correct I would check that.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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SOURCE: pool heater wont start but when i turn off the pump and start back again the pool heater comes on for 2 seconds and shuts off AGAIN

Heater must have water before it will fire up. There is a delay relay that may be dozing off. Not a bad thing but should be chk'd by a pool sevice.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: after the normal delay period, my heater ignites

flame sensor rod is probably not bad but just has a soot build up on it. take some steel wool or I use a soft brass brush and make the rod shine. DO NOT USE ANYTHING COARSE, if you scratch the rod it will rust, then it is bad

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: m55 flame does not ignite

propane heater or kerosene?

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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