I'm a pool newbie, but I'm learning a lot from this site. I have an 18x33 above ground pool that was installed about a month and a half ago, and all is well. We love the pool, the kids are having a blast and so are the parents.
My daughter has a labor day birthday, and the wifey has decided we need to have a pool party that weekend. September in NW OH usually brings high temps in the 70's, so I'm not sure how many people will actually be in the pool, but I'd like to have the water toasty warm anyway. The long range forecast is promising, with a heat wave the week before, but I've been lied to by a weather man before.
With that in mind, I've acquired a heater from my boss that he is not using. It's been sitting in his barn for who knows how many years now. As far as I can tell it has a build date of 1989. It is a Comfortzone PSG II 255N. At some point, it may or may not have been converted to propane. I've taken pictures of the valve and the nozzles, and I'm pretty sure they're both converted, but go back to my first sentence about being a newbie.
I'm planning on taking it apart as much as I can and cleaning it up. Other than completely installing it, is there any way to tell if it will still work? It appears to be a millivolt unit, so I can't plug it in. I'm going to try to attach some pictures. Any and all advice is welcomed!
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I also have the tube for the far right side in the last picture. For whatever reason, it was taken out. It looks fine to me.