Question about Pentair Minimax NT Heater
Start at the begining, make sure you have power going to the heater and check to see if it is 110 or 220v. If you have power and it is correct the next stop is your transformer and how it it wired. You should have a diagram inside the main power junction box for the heater. If you have good power in to the transformer and 24v coming out it will be in your safty circut. Roll out switch and pressure switch are good places to start. The main power or transformer are probally where you should look.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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