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Pull off top then start taking shields off until you get to exchange then replace
Posted on May 19, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your water pressure switch. There could be a clog or it could be defective. I think Id remove it, turn on your filter pump and blow out some water then replace it. You can check the switch with an ohm meter. Remove the leads from the switch. With the pump on, the switch sould read "short". With the pump off, the switch should read "open".
For your heater to work, you must have fuel (gas or what ever) and you must have water pressure (your circulator pump operating).
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
Rust is coming from the cast iron inlet/outlet header. Make sure your chemistry is balanced. If you winterize your pool, make sure the heater is completely drained. If you have an automatic chlorinator, make sure you have a chemical resistant check valve between the chlorinator and the heater. You can remove the inlet/outlet header and clean it before you start the system up. The copper heat exchanger should not emit any staining substances unless your pH is allowed to drop below 7.2, then you will see copper sulfate stains on your plaster (turquoise color).
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
It's not that hard if you can get the old plug out. This is located benith the water pipes and is a 2" plug. If you have a cast or bronze header (where the water pipes connect) It's simpley a matter of unscrewing with a pipe wrench and the thermal govenor just pulls out and slips in then put the plug back in. If you have a plastic header you unscrew the plug using a square shaft screwdriver or like pry bar, you can also use a large set of waterpump pliers most people won't have these on hand. The problem comes at this point the plastic will have a tendesy to stick to itself, meaning the threads will stick to the header and may stripp off when you unscrew the plug. If this happens you will need to replace the header. If your pool company abaonded the job this may be the case. If not you may want to take the whole header off and replace it from the back this is harder but safer. Good luck with your project.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
SOURCE: rp2100 raypack pool heater pilot
Several issues can cause a pilot to go out. The flame must be stable and high enough to prevent a wind gust from blowing it out. There is an adjustment screw on the gas valve that can adjust it up or down. If there is dirt in the orifice it may be a weak flame. In addition, if the thermocouple is worn out it may not provide enough current to keep the pilot pulled in. In addition things can go wrong in the valve that prevents the pilot solenoid from holding in.
I would first look at the flame and see if it seems weak and easy to blow out. Turn it up a little and see if it is harder to blow out. If you are not successful and it still goes out then it is probably something in the thermocouple/pilot valve that is defective.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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