Question about Hayward H Series Induced Draft Abg 100,000 Heater
I'm assuming that you have checked the water circuit and have bleeded it correctly and thoroughly - air bubbles will cause that when they go thru the heat exchanger.
The banging and shaking are caused by the blower from the burner- it's either:
1 - the motor is dislodged from its casing and the blades of the propeller fan are hitting the case walls - the casing will have to be opened and the motor refitted properly;
2 - the bearings of the shaft of the motor of the blower are damaged and the shaft oscillates - the entire blower will have to be replaced, here's a new one - number 2http://www.poolpartsonline.com/p-11-hayward-h100id1-h100idp1-above-ground-heater-parts.aspx
3 - the propeller is loose on the shaft - the blower will have to be dismantled and the propeller reattached .
Here is an exploded diagram to help you with the dismantling
Posted on May 29, 2011
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