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Air energy electric pool heater shows low pressure, low temperature and will not turn on


low pressure will either be gas or water. technician with a manometer can check gas inlet and manifold pressure. ensure adequate water flow from pump. pressure switches generally close at 2psi. you can jump the pressure switch if you think its faulty, or use ohm meter and check continuity of pressure switch

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Require a wiring diagram for a raypak gemini 3 gas pool heaters


Have you tried http://www.raypak.com/productDocumentSearch.aspx
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Needs a model number...but I looked at some of the pdf manuals there and they do have wiring diagrams in them

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I receive Lo H20 message at an air energy heat pump. Probable problems?


This is pretty common for LOW FLOW through the heater. Most of the time, homeowners turn the bypass the water away from the heater and this reduces the amount of water flowing through the heater. Check the bypass to ensure that you have enough water flowing through the heater.
There is nothing else that will throw this code unless the flow sensor is bad altogether.
Once you have inspected your bypass, and the code reappears, you will need to have the heater inspected and possibly change out the flow sensor.

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What does service ags mean on a LAARS LX pool heater?


AGS stands for Automatic Gas Shutoff. This means the heater failed to sense a flame or flame rectification. When this occurs, the the gas valve will close as a safety precaution. The heater will have to be reset to get another call for heat.

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Heater reads spa water 15 degrees higher than it is


if a 3 wire system put pool at temp desired and spa at 104 if 2 wire to firemans switch run heater all the way up to 104 the system will control the temp

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