Question about Sta Rite 200 Btu Propane Gas Heater Maxetherm Sr200lp
This is probally a water flow thing. Check your filter and baskets for clean and your impeller for junk in itbu reaching into the pump from the hole behind the basket with long nose pliers. Then ck your by-pass if you have one to be sure it's almost closed. This will be a valve between the intake and outlet pipes. When closed it forces water through the heater. If not any of those you have an internal by-pass in the manifold of the heater itself. This requires breaking the heater down and pulling the manifold off. So get out the book or you may want to get a repairman involved at this point but check the other things first.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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