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Hayward H100 nat gas heater stopped burning. Ignites, runs a few seconds, shuts down, it does this 3 times and quits, fan continues to run. Likely cause? Ran fine for 2 hrs.

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Poor water flow or dodgy sensor probe

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SOURCE: the airconditioning fan runs for a few seconds then quits. The rear operates fine.

Sounds like your blower motor has quit if it is inop on all levels. If high speed works and the other speeds do not, then its probally the rheastat or resistor pack

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: goodman 075-3 fan runs but no voltage going to igniter

One thing you can checkmis the continuity through the ignitor itself if you have continutity through that there is also some safeties it has to go through but the board is where the voltage is supplied for the ignitor. I would check the high limit and the roll out before condeming the board.

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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SOURCE: My hayward h400ed2 heater starts for 2-3 seconds

Have you installed anything in your home that uses gas? Alot of times it due to low gas pressure.

When you checked the orfices did you actually remove them? or just stick a paperclip inside and clean them?

If the heater is firing ..even for 2-3 seconds the ignightor is fine. If it wasnt it wouldnt lite, period... bad call on hayward

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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SOURCE: hayward pool heater h series

It could be that your gas connection has a blockage that is preventing adequate fuel for from getting to the heater. If that is not the case, try consulting your owners manual for these pool heaters. There is an online copy at the link below.

http://www.backyardcitypools.com/images/Hayward/H100-Manual.pdf

Posted on Dec 07, 2010

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SOURCE: igniter goes on blower runs

there should be a flame detector sensor. it is in the flame. this will need to be cleaned with a wire brush or scrapped with something to get the carbon build up off of it.
you will see something that in in the flame area that is kind of charred and black with a wire coming out of it.
this is designed to tell the unit that there is a flame present and if that flame is not there after serveral attempts it will shut it down. because it there was no flame there you would get gas fumes pumped into you house.
you could change it out or usually you can just clean it and it will work fine.

hope this helps
rick

Posted on Jul 15, 2011

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