Question about Teledyne Laars Laars Lite 2 Pool Heater 325,000 Btu / Natural Gas
Assuming the spark unit is clean and properly gapped, and all connections are clean and tight, check the ground connection at the module. Turn the unit's power off, and look for a green wire coming from the module. This should land somewhere on the unit's body. Be sure this wire lands tightly and on a paint and rust free area of the body. Also, check that the spark unit itself is tightly grounded. This is often accomplished via the sparker's mounting assembly.
--Hope this helps, Joe
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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