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Is it difficult to change the governor in a raypack heater? I have the replacement (pool comp. confirmed old one was bad and ordered new one - company abandoned job - no other company wants to do work on the device they didn't install)Please illustrate and or explain.

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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.

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