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I cannot adjust the temperature of my pool...I have a hayward H250ED2 heater and the electronic display is stuck at 90 degrees is there a replacement part for this?

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SOURCE: I have a Hayward pool heater. It's about 5 years

would not suggest trying to manually light,its an electronic ign model so you may damage some wires with an open flame.try powering off then turning back on and see if display retuns to normal

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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Yes it does. Flame rectification is carried back through the ignitor assembly ground. Be sure all the points of contact are rust free between the ignitor assembly and the chassis.

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: HAYWARD H250ED2 HEATER WILL NOT GO ON EVERYTHING CHECKS OUT FINE.

agreed; it's usually the diode D1 on the board...a 75 cent part

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Hayward H400 Pool heater will not stay lit

"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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agreed; it's usually the diode D1 on the board...a 75 cent part

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