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Lb white flame is traveling down the gas pipe from the firepot. Is this correct?

L.B White heater. Flame is traveling down the large pipe from the firepot. Is this correct? it has a pilot.

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No it isn't. You need to get it serviced. It will cause parts to get hot that shouldn't.

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IT TURNS ON THEN SHUTS OFF,DISPLAY FLASHES SERVICE AGS


Per your owner's manual:


AGS

(automatic gas shut-down)


1. Oscillating pump pressure.

1. Clean filter or identify and repair cause of pump oscillation.

2. Low gas supply pressure.

2. Identify and repair incorrect supply pipe size or pipe line blockage.


Refer to qualified service personnel.

3. No flame at burners.

3. No flame at burners. 3. Identify and correct loose wiring connections, or problems with igniter, flame sensor, gas valve, or ignition control.


Refer to qualified service personnel.


For more info the manual is here:
http://www.jandy-downloads.com/pdfs/LXandLT_H02140B.pdf

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On the jandy 400 lt its displaying the AGS code... what does that mean?



Per your owner's manual:


AGS

(automatic gas shut-down)


1. Oscillating pump pressure.

1. Clean filter or identify and repair cause of pump oscillation.

2. Low gas supply pressure.

2. Identify and repair incorrect supply pipe size or pipe line blockage.


Refer to qualified service personnel.

3. No flame at burners.

3. No flame at burners. 3. Identify and correct loose wiring connections, or problems with igniter, flame sensor, gas valve, or ignition control.


Refer to qualified service personnel.

For more info the manual is here:
http://www.jandy-downloads.com/pdfs/LXandLT_H02140B.pdf

John

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