20 Most Recent Jandy Lite2 Lj175n 175,000 Btu Natural Gas Heater Questions & Answers


Before you undertake this project, you should know that you will not just need the orfices. You will also need a different gas valve.

gas valve part number is : r0096900 for propane ($300.00+)
orfice part number: L0032900 (set of 2) ($3.00)

As you can see, this gas valve is not cheap. The lite2 is a very reliable heater, but chances are that if its been out of service, yo will also have to replace the thermocouple which will be another $75-$100.

Its very unlikely that anyone at your local pool supply store will have the gas valve in stock. They will definately not have the orfice in stock. Your best bet if you still want to proceed is to purchase these parts off the internet. Just google Jandy pool parts. then goto a few sites, search for the part numbers i gave you, and check for the best price.

Jandy Lite2... | Answered on Aug 10, 2011


DO YOU HAVE ALL THE WIRES CONNECTED? IF YES POWER MODULE MUST BE REPLACE

Jandy Lite2... | Answered on Oct 15, 2009


clean the filter first

Jandy Lite2... | Answered on Oct 15, 2009


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I side the heat pump will be a small temp sensor mounted on the side of the inside area. Trace wire back and disconnect from control board. Replace the same way you removed the old one.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Feb 10, 2020


Make sure you have the correct version pda and antenna. The new 18 function white/black pda will not interface with the old gray antenna. Likewise, the new black antenna will only interface with the white/black remote.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Feb 10, 2020


Internal bypass rarely goes bad. More likely the high limit switches have corrosion on them and have failed. Pull the high limit switches out and see if there is corrosion on them. If there is replace both high limits and put a dab or white lithium grease on top before installing.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Feb 10, 2020


One of your actuators more likely the suction side is bad or the toggle switch on the bottom or side of the actuator is in the off position.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Jun 17, 2019


It is very likely that your exhaust Fuselink is faulty. There are two types of fuselink used on the LXI, commonly called the upper (exhaust) high temp and the lower (combustion intake) low temp. Make sure you purchase the correct part for the right location and ALWAYS turn off the power to the heater when changing the sensor.

Jandy Pool & Spa | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

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