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    Jandy Legacy inground pool heater

    When I turn the heater on after a minute or so it shuts off and display says; check Ign control. Should I change the ignition control or could it be something else? Thanks

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    Re: Jandy Legacy inground pool heater

    It sounds like the flame sensor isn't sensing flame. So it lights and then goes out? Does it attempt to re-light?

    Pull the front panel off and look for a small grey box like item. That would be the ignition module. See if it has a red LED on it and if so, when this error comes up, is it blinking in a series of blinks?
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    Re: Jandy Legacy inground pool heater

    Quote Originally Posted by RD1379 View Post
    When I turn the heater on after a minute or so it shuts off and display says; check Ign control. Should I change the ignition control or could it be something else? Thanks
    PS0303, I have already ordered the sensor. Thanks for your help.

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    Re: Jandy Legacy inground pool heater

    Well I changed the sensor but that didn't work. I looked at the ignition module and it doesn't blink at all. it does try to re-lite it self 3 times before coming up "Check Ing control". My next option seems to be to change the ignition control. Am I correct or am I just wasting my time and money?

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