Question about Jandy Laars Lite2 Pool & Spa Heater - Electronic Dual Ignition - 125,000 BT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to make sure the heater is wired for 110v where you hook the wires up to it. Depending on model it has a red and a black and a red tracer and a black tracer wireyour leads hock to two and the other two wire nut together It will have a tag or scematic to tell you how in a couple of places on the unit. If not that it will simpley be a plug that pulls out in one place and plugs in another. On the early units of that model it may be you just need to reverse polarity also. One more thing if it is a forced draft (with an internal fan) It is imperetive that you gas meter and gas line are sized correctly or it won't fire at all.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Aside from the other suggestions made here... make sure you have the inlet, and outlet pipes from the heater routed properly. If you have them backwards, the unit will fire, then kick off shortly after.
Reason for this is because the unit kicks off when the water temp at the inlet reaches a specific temp, if they are swapped, it's measuring the water it just heated, not the water coming back from the pool/ spa. Make sense?
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
A. Check fuses on igniter wires. Identify and correct loose connections or broken wires. B. Measure room temperature resistance and ensure value is in the correct range. See manual for details. C. Replace igniter.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
It sounds as if when the valve is in the "off" position it may be causing a build up of pressure on the valve. When the valve is "on" the water is nit restrictes and the bwck pressure is reduced to a point that allos thw valve to operate without leaking. the fix may be as simple as replacing the orings. Generally, a rebuild kit will cost $15.00 and can be installed by most homeowners. If that does not solve the problem, the valve may be worn out and need to be replaced. Over time, the holes that the screws around the top screw into just wear out to a point thqt they cannot be fully tightened.
Good luck and if you need to purchase a new valve, or would like to try a rebuild kit, call us at 602-74-3880.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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