Question about Pentair MiniMax 100 Aboveground 100,000 BTU Propane Gas Electronic Heater
Need to replace a gas valve-natural gas robertshaw in my pool heater.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Dianostic Lights when trying to start the heater is where to go next. When you tried to start the heater manually, did you have your automation system turned off so you can start it manually? If you did, when you tried to start the heater, wht happened? Did you receive any error codes? Were any of the System Indicator lights on? If you open the right hand side door, there will be a part with FENWAL on the sticker-near the top of the heater. Next to the word FENWAL, you should see a small arrow pointing up, there is a Red Diagnostic light above the arrow, is it flashing, and if so, how many times?
If you do not have an Owner's Manual for the heater, follow the link below and it will take you to one online. There are some trouble shooting ideas there also.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
This is a fan falure code. It can mean the fan has problems (not likley if the fan goes and isn't labored) You have a sensor in your exaust (probally not this if you don't get a good start) The culperet is probally in the negetive pressure sensor. This is a 2-3 inch disc with wires going to the controls and a rubber tube going to the fan. Pull the tube from the fan and make sure the fan fitting is clear (poke with a tooth pic) Be sure their are no kinks in the hose. If the heater is 4 years old the diaprahm could be bad in the pressure sensor. Check the other things first but this is probally your problem. Good luck, hope this helped.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
So I assume you have pressed the button by pool to select the pool thermostat? If this doesn't work sounds like another mother board problem, or try powering down the unit a few minutes then restart. IF you haven't pressed the pool button, the read this: The heater comes factory set at 78° F. for the pool mode and 100° F. for the spa mode. If it's in spa mode it's trying to get to 100F. Using the up and down arrows,you can set the thermostats to a minimum temperature of 65° F., or a maximum of 104° F. If you desire to heat only one
body of water, the thermostat is capable of an off mode. As an example, if you only wish to heat the pool and not the spa simply depress and hold the spa down arrow, and the thermostat will lower its setting to 65° F. then go to an off mode. Here is a link to your manual :http://www.pentairpool.com/pdfs/MasterTempOM.pdf
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Let me give you my opinion. If someone that has gas flow experience responds to your question, that would be better.
I would think that if you have a gas regulator serving your home that it would regulate all gas pressure for all devices regardless of the number of devices as long as the total gas consumption is less than what the regulator delivers.
I would have someone else quote on any additional work.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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