Raypak Heat Exchanger

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Raypak Heat Exchanger

Postby njchino0726 » Tue 20 Sep, 2022 10:24

Hello,

I have the following heater: Raypak Digital Natural Gas Pool Heater 266k BTU | Electronic Ignition | P-R266A-EN-C 009217 P-M266A-EN-C 009963. Unfortunately the heat exchanger needs to be replaced. Is this something that is super difficult to do? My pool guy told me I'd be better off replacing the entire heater, but the heater is only 2 years old.

Thoughts?

Thanks,
Gabe


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Re: Raypak Heat Exchanger

Postby Teapot1 » Tue 20 Sep, 2022 11:22

Cant help I'm sorry, hopefully someone will be able to answer. We are all heat pumps in the EU.
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Re: Raypak Heat Exchanger

Postby Denniswiseman » Wed 21 Sep, 2022 01:38

Maybe your first thought would be why did it fail
The other would be to get more quotes for a new heat exchanger fitted and a new heater fitted
One thing to bear in mind is that spares are more expensive than a finished product ( that if you was to build a product from spares it would be grossly expensive)

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