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garrygoeson, Home Appliance Technician
Category: Pool and Spa
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Experience:  Over 27 years Repairing Pool & Spa Equipment,Gas Heaters,& Whirlpool Bath Tubs. Certified by many Pool & Spa Manufacturers.
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I have a Raypack 400000 btu propane pool heater. the screen

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HI PEARL, I have a Raypack 400000 btu propane pool heater . the screen is reading Low Voltage. it won't fire up.
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Customer: I did replace the circuit board once last year, i have the 1.03 version.
JA: Do you plan on doing the work yourself?
Customer: If i can mange it, i am pretty handy and I am licensed Engineer. sometimes the electrical circuitry gets me confused.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Pool and Spa
Expert:  garrygoeson replied 1 year ago.


My name is Garry. I'll be glad to assist you with your heater.

Expert:  garrygoeson replied 1 year ago.

When the heater goes through the Self Test and "LOW VOLTAGE" is displayed, this indicates power supply from the transformer is below 20 Volts A.C. (VAC). 24-28 VAC is required for reliable operation. Verify the correct voltage is going into the heater. It should be 120 or 240 volts, depending on the power supply being used.

Expert:  garrygoeson replied 1 year ago.

Do you have a volt meter to check supply voltage? There may be a good possibility that something occurred when replacing the timer!

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hi Gary. I had to get to a job. I do have a Voltmeter but I don't be able to get to it until later tonight.
Expert:  garrygoeson replied 1 year ago.

OK. Just make certain the wiring from the time clock is connected properly to the heater. If you find the voltage correct, the heater should fire.

Expert:  garrygoeson replied 1 year ago.

Just wanted to follow up to see if you still need help with this? Please let me know as this question is showing as open. Thank you.