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SOURCE: Swimming pool cleaning robot doesn't move

Sound like your filter is dirty. Try backwashing if you have a sand filter, or clean your cartridges if that's what you have. A dirty filter will reduce water flow, which in turn affects the Nav.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009


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SOURCE: Pool heater cabinet gets so hot it burned the wires

That condition is from rollout of the burner flames. Check the underside of the heater top for a buildup of debris. Clean it if necessary. You may notice your heat echanger looks like a BBQ pit. If so it is sooted over and needs to be thoughouly cleaned before further use.

If you find this condition, you should also look at your burner tubes once the exchanger is cleaned and the heater is operating. Be sure the flames are nice and blue and 3 or 4 inches tall. If they are not, and especially if they are mostly yellow/orange, you need to do some more inspecting for what is messing up your combustion, which would have led to the soot.

Finally, if none of the previously mentioned conditions exist, consider wind pressure over the top of the heater. In windy areas and in certain installation conditions, you may needa high wind stack to provide positive drafting of exaust gas.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009


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Ask the schematic finding experts -
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Posted on Jun 30, 2009


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SOURCE: I have a versa gas heater for my above ground

I have often found spiders or other **** nesting in the pilot tubes of these boilers which blocks the flow of gas. You will either need to have it professionally serviced or you can attempt to do it yourself, which I do not recommend.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009


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You have to circulate the water or it shuts down.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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