Hayward Heater: Millivolt vs. Electronic

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Hayward Heater: Millivolt vs. Electronic

Postby Guest » Tue 22 Dec, 2009 15:58

It sounds like your pot senser is going bad-- To test it you have to get to the back of the control panel where it is plugged in and pull the plug.Then with the heater on lick your finger and touch the two prongs where the pot was plugged in (this will create the resistance of the senser )and hold till the heater lights--about 3 to 9 seconds--If it lights its your pot senser if not its your panel --- KEN


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Hayward Heater: Millivolt vs. Electronic

Postby Guest » Tue 22 Dec, 2009 18:00

Great tip Ken

Thanks :thumbup:
rich

Hayward Heater: Millivolt vs. Electronic

Postby rich » Sun 20 Jun, 2010 08:08

HAS ANYONE HAD THE PROBLEM OF THE PILOT LIGHT NOT STAYING ON AFTER YOU RELEASE THE
PILOT BUTTON?

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