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is the heater running ? did u raise the temperature higher that the existing water temperature in pool ? are u running the pool pump long enough to achieve the temperature that you want ? IF CHECK (OK) 1- check the internal flow valve control is located between the cold and hot water little black cap, check the condition ,make sure no calcium deposit build inside, 2-is the water temperature in the heater is the same as the pool temperature ? is the pump got full prime with no air ? is the filter is clean ? is this heater propane or natural gas ?
Just about all internal combustion engines have some type of air filter. Clean air to any engine is extremely important. Most engines always have the air filter located ahead of the carburetor or the fuel injection system. Yours is probably located on the side of the engine under a cover with a screw in it. The cover may look like part of the main engine cover, but it will be smaller. Check on both sides of your machine, just behind the front of the engine.
Most all motorcycles air filters are located underneath the fuel tank. take off seat...turn fuel selector to off...disconnect hose from fuel filter, take off hold down bolts for tank then have some rags ready for a little fuel leakage and since your going to change or inspect air filter now would be a good time to change or spray clean your fuel filter. if the air filter is not under the tank, then just follow back from your carburetor manifolds tubes.