Question about Jandy Laars Hi - E2 350,000 Btu Heater
The unit is 5 yrs old with average use, has a salt generator attached. some corrosion has appeared; a few electric parts have been replaced but it was running well there after; lots of condensation flowing out of tray but also there is some moisture on heater bottom and around heater on floor; its in a pool house; the latest trouble sign is there is light brown liquid that has left drips of liquid here and there and the new ignitor that was installed
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure the drain pan on bottom isnt plugged or hose make sure to change out rocks and fill pan with water
Posted on Jun 07, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this problem with ours last year. I replaced the water pressure switch and it began working fine. We later had a symptom that the blower would start but it would not ignite. The ignitor rod was corroded so I took it out and sanded it with some sandpaper---worked fine...until I dropped it trying to reinstall and it broke. Bought a new one and it works fine now.
Today's problem is related to the blower now.... it is always something, isn't it?!?
Posted on May 30, 2009
It shounds like that you might have a mustard algae issue. It feeds on chlorine. It is possible that your unit is producing chlorine but the algae is consuming it as fast as it can be made. You will need to do a shock treatment and use an Algae 30. It could be something else, but this is likely. You can google mustard algate treatments and read up on it to see if you have other symptoms.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
order the flow switch open the door take off hoses take screws off reverse with new air swtch just dont send the old one
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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I would suggest you hire a local pool heater technician to diagnose the problem for you. Any decent tech can ID the problem and likely have it fixed in an hour or so and it could be something as simple as a blown transformer which with parts and labor would be under $200; far less than a control board and a fraction of the cost of a new unit. Questions to ask a potential tech would be how much an hour? Is there a service call or travel fee? Do you carry replacement parts on your truck or stock them nearby? How long do you guarantee your work?
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Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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