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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cannot get temp to raise
I would go for the sensor first. It is in the easy to afforde range and easy to install along with more sucpeteable to falure.If that dosen't help then you can still try the board.
Posted on May 28, 2010
If the Easy Touch is reading the correct temperature, but the heater is not - you need to double check the temperature of the pool water with a standard pool thermometer.
Other things to consider:
1) The water is traveling too slowly through the heater. If the water is heating too quickly, then it will shut it off. If it takes a while for this to occur, then this would not be the issue.
2) Thermostat/thermistor is incorrectly reading the temperature of the water prematurely shutting the system down.
Make sure you really are checking the temperature of the water and matching this temperature up with one of the two readings that you are getting. Don't just take the word of the displays on either unit.
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
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Error code E05 can be caused by many failures in several places. The owner's manual has a decent flow chart in it to help diagnose where the trouble lies. You will find it on page 43 here...
Identifying problems with an electronically controlled pool heater is not a job for most homeowners without training and/or experience with this type of equipment. If you are unsure how to proceed no amount of tips from a site like this will replace experience. You may want to consider hiring a professional to look at your heater.
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Posted on Feb 28, 2011
SNS means Sensor failure, Water temp. below 36°F or above 110°F
You will need to replace the temperature sensor. Here is the sensor and PC board:
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
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