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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes. open cover, set to pilot and push in then light with a long nosed butane lighter like the ones used for lighting stoves. Hold pilot in for a few minutes, then close pilot cover and turn pilot knob to on position. that should take care of it unless you need a new coupler. good luck as the couplers go out on these heaters prematurely.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
In Ontario, we use a sanctioned set of calculations that takes into account the exposed area of each wall, roof and floor, factors in orientation of each surface and makes a parallel set of calculations for the windows and door openings. In Ontario, the institute managing this process is HRAI and installers/designers should carry an HRAI card showing that they have passed the (non-trivial) exams. I'm quite sure the HRAI process is based on similar ASHRAE-prescribed processes and other jurisdictions may refer directly back to ASHRAE or to some other local authority which in turn bases its process on ASHRAE, much as HRAI does.
In your case, there are two sets of calculations required. One is, as you point out, the HL (and HG for summer) calculations (HL = heat loss; HG = heat gain). The second set is to calculate the layout and BTU-delivery capability of your radiant system and identify those areas (lots of glass, typically) which will need supplementary heat, such as higher-temperature radiators like the models of Runtal.
I'm authorized only to do the first set of calculations in Ontario. There are usually independent guys who work free-lance for heating contractors and who might be able to help you out.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Try the owners manual for these pool heaters. They have a detailed troubleshooting guide that should let you know what you need to do.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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