Hayward heater problem

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Old 05-23-04, 04:18 PM
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Hayward heater problem

I have a Hayward 100,000 btu propane heater on an above ground pool.
It has worked perfect since we put it on 3 yrs ago. just the other day it started to kick the GFI outlet after running for a couple of hours. When you reset it & plug it back in it sounds fine & acts fine but kicks the outlet after time. The propane tank has 50% on the gauge(200 gal tank). If just the filter(doughboy) is plugged in it runs fine. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks, Mike
 
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Old 01-13-05, 07:50 AM
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Hi racefan, question, is the heater the only thing you have plugged into the outlet ? as the heater if it is a late model electronic only has a transformer to power up, the circulation pump needs to run in order for the heater to work, perhaps they both share the same circuit ? or maby the gfci has gotten wet or maby time to change it . also check for loose wires / maby the wiring has gotten wet where it connects inside the heater.

steve
 
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