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I have a Teledyne oil pool heater that I need to replace -

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Customer: hi - I have a Teledyne oil pool heater that I need to replace - where can I find a used one since they discontinued making them or is there another brand I cold buy?
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Customer: I need to replace my Teledyne laars oil pool heater - where can I find one used or new?
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Pool and Spa
Expert:  Fix my Pool and Spa replied 1 year ago.

You probably will not find that heater anymore. You need to verify the BTU of your old heater to make sure you get the same size replacement. Here is just one of the places you can buy a new oil fired heater but be prepared they are expensive.

http://bostonheatingsupply.com/thermo-dynamics.aspx

Here is one from Laars. the newest version.

https://www.aquapoolstore.com/heaters/Laars-Jandy-XL3-Oil-Pool-Heater.htm

Just make sure you know the sizing of your old one.