It attempts to light up 3 times before finally giving me the Ignition failure error code on the panel. It is always a good idea to have a pool heater serviced in the Spring by a gas tech. There is one panel held by four large headed phillips screws. Contemporary pool heaters have digital thermostats that allow you to lock a temperature setting. Not to mention how common it is for rodents to make nests in them as they are insulated.
Condensation This is normal and there is no reason to be concerned Water coming from bottom of unit Possible water leak. His hobbies include horses, motorcycles, road racing and sport fishing. The feature is useful for preventing someone from manually adjusting the temperature higher or lower than desired. I would have hoped the heater would have worked for a longer period of time. So in my experience it has been the display circuit board each time - and it only takes a phillips-head screwdriver and about 10 minutes to get it out.
Good luck, Chris I received new board and installed. That sometimes clears the error. Usually, those are not repairs that are acceptable. Turn unit off to prevent compressor damage. Possible downdraft of burner flame. I have found that after heavy rains the combustion fan switch gets water in it and then the heater will cycle like you describe.
Part Number: Part Number: Part Number:. The picture is of the new board I just purchased. You may also have faulty wiring or a poor connection. Soft lock out after 3 attempts- automatically resets after 5 minutes. Ensure Display Interface Plug is securely attached to Control Module. This should have no significant effect on your water temperature. The fault code is displayed in 3 big letters in the lower left of the display.
Replace the cover and apply the tape in the manner explained and you will fire right up. I remember pool service checking the connections and also checking the voltage, saying it was where it was supposed to be. I removed the small copper jet tubes from the gas pipe and 3 of the 5 were completely blocked by spider webs. If the diverter is not moving then your issue is likely an overall water flow one and the next place to look is the filter. Heat Pumps are designed to shut off when the air can cause icing and automatically restart when it is safe again as the air temperature goes over 50°F. Manual does not say how to fix this.
Otherwise wait for a dryer day and try the heater again. We have had repeated starting problems when it is damp or wet outside. I have looked for Rheem and Raypak manuals and they have nothing on this code. I'm at work and can't look at it now, but i swear it has an electrical conduit. The issue seems like that water pressure switch is not receiving enough pressure to give the ok for your heater to ignite. My new flame sensor and installation will be free of charge.
If not, then the customer may have accidentally put the heater into remote mode -by depressing the up and down arrows for three seconds or more. Hairs on my arm were singed and the gas company was here in 3 minutes. The web is impossible to see without removing the nozzle. You may also contact me thru our website at. Heater Not Powering Up cont. The center nozzle is directly below the ignitor. Hi Ricardo — First time here…I have a Pentair Easy Touch with a Raypak heater 207A-407A.
Assuming that the pump is running, the water inside the header will cool down and the high limits will reset- allowing the heater to fire up again- until the point where the water in the header exceeds 135 degrees and the process will repeat. The safes method to use is the 60% rule of thumb. On my board and on the bad one from last year, yes I saved it, both have the same R15 at bottom center that looks blown. I had the guy come out again and it started right up for him. They know who buys there produces. It's 2 unplugs to remove so shouldn't be a reason for repairman as he is just going to get me a new board again.